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SOUTHAMPTON AND
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DISTRICT PICTORIAL.
August 21, 1912.
Situation* Vacant.
DITANTED, UPPER-HOUSEMAIDS. £2«-£26; W p.rlourm.id,, £J8^£26-£22; Cook., £35 -£30—£26; Cook General*, £22—£18; General, £20 —£18; House^ Parlourmaids, £20—£18, Alrerstoke, Romsey, Southampton; Housemaids, £18; Nur#em, £20—£16; Kitchonmaid*. £20—£16; Betweenmaids. £12.—Mm. Lumby's ' Registry, Bedford pi act, Southampton.
Educational Advertisements.
XTOICE PRODUCTION SINGING, PIANO-V . PORTE.—HAROLD BINNING, Tenor Ro-busto, Pupil of Madame Amy Sherwin, the eminent Teacher, and now of Herr Julias Walther, late Wagnerian Tenor, Covent Garden, and Carl koea Opera Co., RECEIVES PDPIL8.
Foundation Studies a speciality.—Apply, 13, Avenue-road, Southampton
HUB8T LEIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. POLYGON. First Class Modern Education. Prospectus for all Exams.
Motels, Restaurants, Ac.
Bournemouth. — rosemount boarding establishment, 5, Branksome-terrace. Two minute: sea; central for town, Winter Gardens, and all attractions. Terms moderate.—Apply, Proprietress, Mrs. Humprey.
Cycle Advertisements.
f YCLE ACCESSORIES.-W, are the LARGEST v> RETAILERS of Cycle Accessories in the BRITISH EMPIRE. Wo guarantee all goods we supply. We do not keep old stock, but every-thing of the best—clean and smart, at prices that will surprise you. Send for our illustrated
__________ Largest stocks—lowest prices.-
The Halford Cycle Co., Ltd., 92, Above Bar, Southampton. __
■election and value. Baby's comfort made special study. Sole agents for " Empire " Folding ing Cars, the Birmingham and Coventry Cycle Go., Above Bar, Southamtpon.
"DICYCLES Enamelled and Overhauled, from •D 12s. 6d. Satisfaction guaranteed. Tel. No. 749, and we collect.—Duke Cycle Motor, and Enamelling Works, 289, Millbrook road, So'ton.
riYCLEB OF RENOWN. L#m Frances, Singer, Dursley Pedersen, Swift, etc. Sole agents, the Birmingham and Coventry Cycle Co., Above Bar, Southampton. Special line in adults and juvenile at £3 19s. 6d. Toy Tricycles "from 17s. 6d.
HAVE YOU BEEN the O.K. PRECISION MOTORS? AN INSPECTION will wall REPAY YOU.
Si h p. from £35 10s.
31 h p from £42 10s.
4j h p. the side-car model, from £45 10s.
Can be bad with 2 or 3-spcod Hub Gears, or 2-spewl Counter-shaft Gear.
Dktrlct Apntr-ALFRED E. PATERSON. 164, bhirley-road, Southampton.
And at Eastleigh.
,T5l7l COLLINGS, Cycle and Motor Cycle Engi-* * • neer.—Douglas Motor Cycle Repairs a speciality. Repairs to Mailoarts and Daawncttea, by experts. B.S.A. Bicycle* and Motor Bicycles, perfect in every part, supplied and rooora men rind. Cycle snd Motor Cycle Repairs a speciality.—334, Shirley-road, Southampton.
Motor Car Advertisements.
MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE.
Up-to-date Landaulettes at Taxi rates. Special terms for long journeys or week-ends.
Phone No. 000. Addreea-CANUTE HOTEL, SOUTHAMPTON.
Miscellaneous Advertisements.
A -WANTED, OLD FURNITURE: Olmm, China, Silver Plato, Snuff Boxes, Ivories.— Cunonty Shop, 74, London road, opposite Ordnance, Southampton.
ANTIQUES Wanted; old-faahioned Furniture, . Chin*, Engravings, Silver, etc., highest
Eicee given; distance no object.—T. Rudd. Ltd., ports and Dealers in Antiques, 106, High-street, ■ Southampton.
A VISIT to PALMER'S Olde Curloelty Shoppe, 52, Shirley-road, Southampton (opposite Waterloo-rd.), will interest visitors and residents. Genuine antiques bought, sold, and exchanged.
ALAHCE SKI.ixTIWN OK WKDDIXG STA-TIONERY, including Cards, Invitations, Service Forms, etc., printed on the shortest notice,
BEIjew!l
Miscellaneous Advertisements.
FURNITURE RANTED.
TlfESSRB. BAILEY AND ALLBOPP, COM-PLETE HOUSE FURTCIBHERB, of 3, 4, 5, and 6, ORCHARD LANE, Southampton, will be pleased to estimate for the purchase of FURNI TUBE IN ANY QUANTITY.
Established over 40 years.
Telephone, 245*
TOHN COX, WHOLESALE CONFECTIONER", 17, Bridge-street, Southampton, Caterer f*r every kind of Boiled Sweets and Chocolates. Trade supplied. First-class TEA-ROOMS, and every accommodation for visitors.
--ruuui liuiu . vjoihic-
men's Flannel Trousers carefully cleaned in two or three days, Is. per pair.—CARTER'S DYE WORKS, 3, East-street and 38, Above Bar, South ampton. (Telephone Nos. 63 and 948).
TICKETS ON BOARD ONLY,
Daily^ Marine Excursions from Royal Pier, Southampton, (Sundays included), By the Pleasure Steamer
"ALLEYN"
(Weather and circumstances permitting),
Leaving^ Royal Pier Daily at 8.40 a.m. lor SourtiseA DIRECT. Returning from South/Parade rier,Southsea,at 8.15p.m.
LONG DAY AT
SOUTHSEA
Money Advertisement*.
MATTRESSES Re-made from 3s. 6d. Blinds well-made and fixed at lowest prices. Bay Poles fixed complete, from 5s. Estimates free. —M. H. Sprague, Complete House Furnishers, Shirley, Southampton.
MOURNING. MOURNING. — CLOTHING 1*1 DYED BLACK In 12 HOURS, at the SUN LIGHT DYE WORKS and LAUNDRY, South ampton. Post card for price list, depots—Shirley-road and Oxford-street. Telephone 894.
MRS. STRUBELL. WARDRORE DEALER. 330, 6HIRLEY ROAD. Southampton. Buys Left, of CLOTHING ef ALL KIND& Boot., Shoe., Line*, etc.
AUSTRALIA, and all parts of the world, by tin
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UGHOOL TRUNKS, Play Bow. Hand Bagm.-^ Bur of the makers.—Leather Goods Company, 12, Leedon road, Southampton.
OECOND-HAND TRUNKS, Bag,, Suit Cases, ^ and Ladies Basket Trunks for Sale.—Leather Goods Company, 12, London road, Southampton.
TTBEFUL PRESENTS IN GREAT VARIETY. ^ Lady's Companion, Brush, and Comb Cases, Fancy Inkstands, Ingersoll Watches, View Books, Crest China, etc., al G. F. WILSON and CO.'8, 116, East-street, Southampton.
COOK'S SUMMER EXCURSIONS.
Obtain Programme of COOK'S Excursions to the MIDLANDS, NORTH OF ENGLAND, and SCOTLAND, BELFAST, DUBLIN, and ISLE OF MAN, by direct route via Cheltenham ; Excursion Bookings to Scotland and North Eastern Towns via London, also Programme of Excursions from St. Pancras, London, to the PROVINCES and all parts from :— THOS. COOK a SON, 32, OXFORD STREET, SOUTHAMPTON.
-----------.- broken GOLD and SILVER,
JEWELLERY, Plate. ArtiScial Teeth, Old China. Oirioa, etc., to R. GENEEN, Ye Old* Curi osity Shoppo, 28, Canal-walk, Southampton, where best prices are given.
/"10RK LINO.—Cork Lino and Floorcloth, 12 V yard*. 7s., fit room 4 bv 3. Remnants, all j sixes. Largest variety, and cheapest house in j town. Furniture and Pianos bought, sold, or ox _ changed; full value given.—Hill. Northam-raad and 28, St. Mark's rd, Six Dials, So'ton. Tel. 9y3. |
DISC WIAMOPHOXK DOUBL&81DRD RE-CORDS, la. Gd. each. All the latest and ! best titlea.-GALE and SINCLAIR. 30. Canal walk, Southampton, cheapest and best bouse in the town for REPAIRS OF ALL DESCIUPTIOX TROLLY TUIfS and ICECREAM TUB*, all I
sixca in stock, or made to order, and all das, of Cooperage. —MOREY, COOPERAGE, STRAND Southampton.
FOR SALE, 500 Men's up-to-date Twoed Trousers, at 3s. lid. and 4s. lid.—Scotch House (Nothing Stores, Kaat street, Southampton. UTERW PHISM FIEIJ) GLASS, by Alien. I^n.
don. £3 15*. Powerful Marine Gla*s. by Row, £1 IBs. 6J.—Binning, Pawnbrokers, French-stieet, Southampton.
BARGATE RAZOR.
Block Handle, 3/0 each.
REAL HAMBURG. HOLLOW GROUND.
- W COX & SON, Ltd., -
The SOUTHAMPTON Cutlera, 28. HIGH ST & 7. BERNARD ST.
morning, while out
•ontrnctor haa he minor de-a keen eye. ifjHcting the work ail way, he picked
RETURN FARE.
9d.
Including Southsea
EVERY WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY—
SEA VIEW, I. of W.
Leaving the Royal Pier 8.40 a.m. Return from Sea View 5.30.
RETURN FARE 1/6.
EVERY SATURDAY—
COWES.
Leaving the Royal Pier at 10.45 a.m. and 2.45 p.m. Returning from Cowes xa.o and 4.45 p.m. Five or One Hour ashore. FARE 1/- RETURN.
At 6.0 and 8 p.m., TH1P ROUND tho CALSHOT, 3d.
Manager—R. R. COLLARD.
MONEY.
fh* Old-Established LONDON AND PROVINCES DISCOUNT
COMPANY, LTD.,
Continues to Lend from £10 to £5,000 on all kinds of security and on NOTE OF HAND ALONE. Moderate Interest. Easy fcepayments. Strict Privacy. Write' to MANAGER, :g, Lansdowne Road, Croydon.
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YOU WANT MONEY?
If so, refuse to do buainctn with any person who will not quote the rate of interest, or who demands exorbitant fees, but apply, personally or by letter, to
W. G. GOATER,
7 and 9, PORTSWOOD-ROAD. SODTHAHPTON, stating nature of security (if any), you may obtain (free of charge) the exact amount oLjntereet
__1. ha. . _■ 11 kn..A ,« . fn. an
PI/\ to £5.000 TO LEND, on promise to repay, X/l\J life policies or furniture. Easy repay-lonta. Moderate interest. A genUsnmn ""
cationa mean local knowledge. Distance no ob-iect to the actual Jeiden., F. LAWRENCE. LTD., DON CHAMBERS. CHEESE MARKET. BRISTOL.
THE JUNCTION"
Registry Office for Servants,
202, Above Bar, SOUTHAMPTON.
Call or write.
Hours 10.0 a.m. to 7.0 p.m.
MONEY TO LEND: £20 to £1,000.
Having retired from business, and having considerable Capital at my disposal, I am prepared to ADVANCE ta LADIES and GENTLEMEN. CLERGY, FARMERS, TRADESMEN, and all re-sponsible people any amount on note of hand, without fuse and money-lending routine.—Apply, in confidence,
MR. N. SIMON, Private Banker,
11, St- John's-square, Cardiff.
NaL Itl. 003.
"ALL SCOTCH.'
JOCK KIRKPATRICK,-A.W.S.,
MHGienL SCOTCH HUMORIST___
If you want a first-class Pianist, Concert Artist of any description, or Concert Party
"K1NL0CH,"
CHAFEN ROAD, BITTERNE MANOR.
SOUTHAMPTON.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
GUARANTEED WATERPROOFS,
FOR ALL CLIMATES.
— SMART RAINCOATS. — MOTOR CYCLE OUTFITS.
ONLY Aonaaas
COMRIE, 23, BRIDGE STREET,
(Six doors from Holy Rood Church),
SOUTHAMPTON. REPAIRS.
Mr. P. Millar, who Is 3, put up a were of 78 in the monthly medal competition of the Stoneham Club on Saturday, which is very high class golf.
His handicap, however, put him behind Mr. A. W. "Abbott, whose net score on a handicap of 9
Mr. C. C. Cook was third (91-10-81), and Mr. R. S. Day fourth (91—8-83).
Writing in the depths of despair caused by the weather, someone *aid the other day that the golfers were the only folk who wute enjoying themselves by the seaside.
j The reason was that they scorned the weather, ! and got on with the business of enjoying them-I selves as well as they could. „
They found the conditions a severe test of their fame, and for this reason have returned in some •ases a little discontented with their performances.
Tho result of the pressure upon holiday courses, where the tournament* have been in full swing,v ' has been to deplete the big inland courses, making them more comfortable for the novice, who likes ) solitude.
COUNTY CRICKET.
DEAN PARK GROUND, BOURNEMOUTH.
MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY,
AUGUST 26, 27 & 28,
HANTS, SURREY
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY,
AUGUST 29, 30 & 31,
HANTS,WARWICK
MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, ]
SEPTEMBER 2, 3 & 4,
HANTS, S. AFRICA
Play to commence first day of each match — at 12 noon, other days at 11.30.— LUNCHEON first day of each match at
- 2 P.m., other days at 1.30. -
REFRESHMENTS served on the ground.
dray Iwdt .lying by the 1 l'u walked to where the nun wore work on tho nxul. "Look here," he railed out ie of' tho workmen, "how is it tliat I find I Itolte. lying about -wasted? 1 have to pay for : tlk'ie things, you know." "Why, where did ! >ou get that, air?" "I found it a little way up the.line bore;" "t>h. did yen?" cried the | workman. "I'm much obliged to you, sir, for j I've been hunting for that Wit all the foie-110011, and wasted a morningV-worth of ycur ! money. I knew there wmy one miaaing." The . I a 11 trust vn>ntractEven that is in danger for a well-known golfer has been telling the readers of his weekly column of the glories of golfing on the big home tount? courses when it is possible to have a clear field, with no one in the way ahead, and
THE MUNICIPAL MILITARY BAND
Will (by kind permission of I he Mayor and Cori>oraiioo)
PLAY EACH DAY.
The result may be a rush home again from the seaside, which will result once more in the lull glare of the limelight falling upon the novice, who must then, presumably, return to the seaside courses, which will soon be empty.
TRIORS OK ADMISSION:
GROl'NI) ONLY 1 /- cach (Boys and Girls under 16 half-price). After 4 p.m. first two days of each match and after lutnh on third day, 6d. F.nclosuie and Grand Stand 2 - each extra (no half-price)!
Cheap Railway Fares rom all prrts (see Railway Bills)*
F. II. BACON, Secretary, H.C.C.C..

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