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Public Notices. FIRST-CLASS AMERICAN ORGAN, NEW. ;. AN Opportunity offers:to obtain one of Cornish's celebrated American Organs on exceedingly favorable terms. Height 45 inches, Length 46 inches, width 23 inches. ?Five Octaves^ 14 stops, 2 octave couplers, and 2 knee swells. 1 Above can.be supplied direct from the Manufactures at considerably less than usual price. • Apply " Mail" and " Guardian" Office. , 5 201 jQ O pt (~\ /^ To lend on approved d*J £ O \ls \J freehold security. JOHN O. CORR*, Barrister & Solicitor » Burnett St -Ashburton.

: THE ;- SONS & DAUGHTERS OF TEMPERANCE FRIENDLY BENEFIT SOCIETY. THE Special Advantages offered by this Society are—lst, a large'invested fund; 2nd, the funeral donation being reassured by the National ; 3rd,'a liberal relief during sickness, with choice of any doctor within the district for members and their families, and as large funeral donation as is consistent wish safety. : The Grand Division has. established a Central Sick Fund, which secures uniformity of fees and benefits throughout New Zealand ; allows members to .move from one division to another without any increase of contributions* and affords absolute security to small or weak divisions, : Benefit fob. Male Members :—First six months' sickness, 20s per week; second six months, 13s ; afterwards, 10s; death of a member, £30^ death of a member's wife, £10. Half the above benefits are received by female members. ; > Honorary t Members of both sexes shall be entitled to* the services of the physician and apothecary, providing they pass a satisfactory medical examination,'and recoup to the Division the amount of fees payable by it to those officers on their account. , The pledge originally adopted has remained unchanged until the present. time, and by if i all forms of intoxicating drinks are proscribed. f'f I!he position*' the Sons arid Daughters of Temperance occupy is a standing testimony iof the value of Total Abstinence principles, and compares favorably with any j other Friendly Society;, the eickne s rate showing one-third less than that of, other Societies not based on total abstinence principles; the death, rate being only six per thousand hi the Sons and'- Daughters of Temperance, as against nine per thousand, the yearly average death rate of other Societies. ■ .'" ' This Order should command the support and attention of all earnest temperance ■ workers,, as it gives incontrovertible testi■mony of the value of total abstinence to the health of the body; exerts a decided influence on public opinion, and provides an opportunity for total abstainers to . make provision for themselves in case of sickness,' accident, or death. The Lodge meets MONDAY, 12th. May, and each alternate Monday, at the Templar Hall, Ashburton, at S p.m. Evzrt Total Abstainer Should Join.

Ma 6. Restell, GEIvERAL MERCHANT ■ . WEST STREET, i ashkueton HAS now! in Stock, arid is prepared to sell at Lowest Current Rates,— Building Material of all descriptions, consisting of— '' ' ' , Red and White PINES Boards and , ■ ' . .Scantlings, , ■ ' Black PINE, . . .-.'"*■ TOTARA, .. ; KAURI Shelvings, Lining i■ ,' ' and Flooring. \ V.D.L. Timber for Bridge Work,-. . ' also for Hurdle and Gate-ma king. ..Bffc'and 6ft PALINGS. . ; Galvanised IRON, Lysaght's Orb, the best Iron manufactured, < , CEMENT,. LIME, etc., , WERE,' Barbed and Plain, arid .'■. . Fencing Staples, Posts, Stakes, Strainers. ' ' c o~"al Best NEWCASTLE, " COALBROOKDALE, r And MOUNT SOMERS. Horse Feed—OATS, whole ' .. . . .; - . OATS, crushed Oaten Sheaf CHAFF, Bran, etc, , „ Also,— Sharps for Pig Feed, and a quantity of Barley, whole or crushed. • .' ■ STATION AND FARM STORES, Consisting of ; Sugar, Candles, arid Groceries, in who c sale lots,,and the Celebrated CEYLON AND INDIAN TEA In its imported state Not Blended. '

STEPHENS BROS, BURNETT STREET, BEG to introduce to their Customers and the Public a NEW LINE OF KEROSENE,Which they have just landed, and 5, for which the Manufacturers claim many advantages over the ordinary oil now in the market, inasmuch as it is almost odourless and free from offensive smell. It is extra refined, and perfectly pure, and will, therefore,' produce a much softer and more BR[LLIANT LIGHT. It will Not Dazzle or Injure the Eyes and altogether dispenses with the risk attached to the ordinary lower grades, as well as being very much more economical for household purposes, stoves, etc., etc Although being a little more costly, yet, to keep pacewith the times,- we will , RETAIL IT at the USUAL .PRICES, So Farmers and Householders will do well in Securing a Winter Supply, and in so doing we are satisfied they will be pleased with their.purchase. , '■' '' We'have, also, to hand a GOOD ASSORTMENT OF CANDLES, Both English and Colonial, including , Carriage, Bedroom, Piano, etc. ; ■ Our Stock of TEAS is also Increasing, and we have, therefore, a Better Seleqtios* for Blending purposes and to select f£om, and desire to Draw Special Attention to our INDIAN, CEYLON, DARJELING PEKOE, ASSAM PEKOE, and several other varieties in packets or in bulk, so Customers favoring us with a call will receive our efforts to give satisfaction. i We will be pleased to wait upon 'Customers if requested, and orders by'post will be despatched without delay Orders delivered in Town or Suburbs STEPHENS "DUOS

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2432, 4 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2432, 4 June 1890

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