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Tenders. TENDERS XTSTANTUP~~Teuders f°r Papering and »* Painting throughout Seven-roomed House, at Hinds. Tenders close on May 2nd, with D. MILLEE & CO., 4 368 Hinds. Ashburton Gas Company. nnENDEES are invited for about 100 JL Chains of Trenching. Tenders close on THURSDAY,, Apiil 27th, at 4p.m. Full Particulars may be obtained at the Gas Works. J. C. CAWSEY, 4 320 Manager. Tinwald Domain Board mENDERS are invited by-FRIDAY, JL April 28th, 1905, for Leasing portions of the Tinwald Domain. For conditions apply to A. A. FOOKS, 4 171 Secretary Tinwald Domain Board. Tinwald Town Board. TENDEES are invited to be sent in n«t later than FEID AY, 28th April, 1905, at & p.m., for Forming part of Wilkin Street, from Grove Street to Angle Street. A. A. FOOKS, Surveyor to the Tinwald Town 4 301 Board. Upper Ashburton Road Board. npENDERS are Invited for Shingling .JL some 140 Chains (more or less), of Wilsen's Eoad, from Winchmore Road (at the School), some 20 yards Shingle to the chain. Tenders to be addressed to the Chairman of the Board, marked " Tender," aud left at the Board's Office, before 10 o'clock a.m. of MONDAY, May Ist. Particulars of the work can be had on application to the Clerk. The Lowest or any Tendsr not necessarily accepted. By Order, JOHN DAVISON, 4 341 Clerk. South Rakaia Domain Board. mENDERS, addressed to the UndorJL signed will be received up to 9 a.m. on MONDAY, Ist MAY, 1905, for Leasing the Domain for Five Years. Two crops Oats to be taken. Aleo for Cropping the Old Post Office Eeserves. Particulars can be seen at Messrs Hardy and Co.'s. L. OXLEY, 4 232 Secretary. Wanted. WANTED— Boy to Milk, and make himself useful. Wages, 10s per week and found.—T. Rolmtt, Wakanui. 4 378 WANTED to purchase—Young Quiet Cow ; one newly calved preferred. Apply S. Crusi, Bollevue Gardens, Princes trtreefc, Ashburlon. 4 374 WANTED— An Office Boy.~Apply Guardian office. WANT ED-A Lady as Help, or a young girl, to assist with housß work or Cooking, where another is kept; wages 13s per week. Apply Mrs. T. Eollitt, Wakanui, Ashburton. 4 384 y-iALEDONIAN Quadrille Assembly, \j Oddfellows' Hall, To-morrow Night. Ladies and Gentlemen taught 7 to 8 4 385 MEMBERS of Mrs Horace Gates Dancing Class are requested to meet To-morrow (Thursday), 3 p.m. Cox Street. 4 372 FATHER HAYS' Lecture, Oddfellows' Hall, To-night. Entrance for ticket holders by stage door up to 7.30. Doors open 7 o'clock. Chair to be taken 8 o'clock. Admission Is. 4 373 WANTED Known—Your Photo one shilling per Dozen in three positions ; Studio at Commercial Hotel. For limited time only. 4 354 LOST, from Willowby, on Friday—One Black Draught Gelding, with cover on, Information as to whereabouts will be received at this Office. LOST, on Tuesday, from Lyndhurst—A 3-year-old Bay Mare ; white on hind foot and front foot. . Has cover on. Reward on returning to J. A. Stephens, Storekeeper, Lyndhurst. • 4 338 LOST, between Lyndhurst School and Mr Hunter Morris's—Brown Fur. Finder please return to Maid Office. 4 379 FOUND— Silver Watoh on the Wheatstone Road. Owner can have it by giving full descriptions, and paying expenses.—Apply to William Wilson, Ashton. 4 377 FOUND— Black Sheep Dog, about a week ago. Owmerc^n have same by paying expenses.—H. Griffith, Willowby. 3 387 O<OCIAL in Allenton School on Friday, )O April 28th inst., in aid of Debating Class, good programme. Admission, adults li, children 3d. Ladies of class to find refreshments. Open to all comers. Start at 7.30 p.m. 4 383 * S TjIORD Motor Car," 10 8.H.P., HoriJU zontal Opposed Cylinders, no vibration, silent running, high, on account of water races, etc., no unnecessary details; carry four. £295, with full course of tuition. Apply G. Pobtkr, Box 48, Ashbiirton. 4 380 WANTED, mHEEE or FOUR BOAEDEES ; ComX fortable Home. Cheap Fruit, Confectionery, and Vegetables kept. Mrs James, Near the Commercial. WELDON'S " Home Dressmaker "and "Home Milliner" just arrived. Also April No. of " Life," and March No. of " Pearson's " and " Munsey " Magazines. New stock of sixpenny editions by the leading authors, at Chas. Thomas's Bookshop, East Street, Ashburton. WANTED— Ploughmen, Ronseabouts for farm work; Youths to learn ploughing ; good plain Cook for hotel, no washing, 17s a week; Housekeeper, 15s a week. — Chas. Thomas, Stationer, Fancy Goods Vendor, and Labour Agent, East Street, Ashbutton. 7U"ECKLETS & Pendants in Metal, Gold JL^I Filled, and Gold. Finest Selection in Ashburton from Is 6d to £2. —Frank Curtis. t/ J_ v/ been thoroughly overhauled, and new tyres, new chain, and new Brook's saddle fitted; splendid machine for tall rider. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot JUST ARRIVED—New Season's Blankets, Rugs, Flannels, Curtains, Quilts, Towels, Hosiery, etc. ; all marked at finest ready money prices.—E. Gibbakd, Tancred Street, opposite Arcade. /"j£| —Gent's " Premier," in perfect 3t»'*'• order ; just been re-enamelled and plated; guaranteed in perfect order. Inspect at Johnston* Cycle Depot, Burnett Street, Ashburton. jfi S O — Lady's Eudge-Whitworth cXi \hdm bicycle, fitted with free wheel beautiful running machine; 12 months guarantee. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton. 1 W SECOND-HAND Bicycles at prices XD never before heard of in Ashburton. Come and see for yourself. —Johnston's Cyole Deoot, Burnett Street, Ashburton. 4]»O GENT'S Columbia, as good as new '~-'>~miJr cost £2G, Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton. /JA- LADIES' Sterling Bicycle; a at'C/ Beautiful Machine, in perfect Order. Inspect at Johnbton's Cyole Bepofc, Aehburton, i

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6554, 26 April 1905

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