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BUSINESS NOTICES. AUTTMN & WINTER FASHIONS. A DISPLAY of Autumn and Winter Fashions wi'.l be given by us on Wednesday, Thursday, «& Friday, 15th, 16th, and 17th MARCH. Our Extensive Additions to Showroom will enable our Lady customers to see the Goods to much greater advantage than hitherto. ANDREW OKR & CO., LTD. East Street Abshurton *

RELIABLE WATCHES! DON'T be Deceived. We have a reputation dating back to the Seventies for FIRST-CLASS WATCHES, and as we vrant your Custom,! we are prepared to show you Watches which for GOOD VALUE, HIGH-CLASS FINISH, AND RELIABILITY, cannot be excelled by any Firm in the Colony. Gents' Watches from ... 12s 6d Ladies' „ „ ... 20s Od We stock no Watches that we cannot honestly recommend. G. jibSON. BUENETT STREET, ASHBURTON. (ESTABM3HED 1876). Wfq 9 | rt S. g. _•- s- __, 2 «- Q"3 H1 % Eg. v O3i £ s h> © £=* a n Mo& 3 * I Pi I I I I I tt»- £ S 5 g IM « » ? * 3gs | c ? ****** i O ft t". cr o »©g » g S?e M ? ___J |__. O w & [w p §: .s- » k .SB H& » a NOTICE OPJREMOVAL. J. L. HIGGS XT AS found it neceseary to take a Large. Shop to carry on his increasing business. He be found in the Shop Next Door to Kia Ora, Fowler's Buildings TANCRED STEEET, where he is showing a Large and Varied Stock of PAPERHANGINGS, PICTURE MOULD INGS, &c, At Reasonable Prices. Nothing but the Best ia good enough. Come and See. J. L,TEaGGS' PAINT SHOP, TANCRED STREET. ' R. €LARK, CARRIAGE PAINTER. npWENTY Years with J. R. and F. and X H. Steel, Ashburton, begs to notify the public that he has discontinued Carriage Painting for Davis and Tisoha (late Steel), and being now entirely on his own account, intends to make a Big Reduction in Painting. No Middle Man's Profits. Best Material and Workmanship guaranteed. Repairs Neatly Executed. Address—Opposite Church of England, Tancred Street. 3 30 Motor Cars, MOTOR CARS. BATTERIES BATTERIES CAN now be Charged at any time of the day by an ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION lately imported from the well-known Firm of Electrical Engineers, Messrs CROMPTON & CO., LTD., of Chelmsford, England, and set up in the Premises of T. B. KILWORTH, Engineer, Plumber, etc., who wil' bo pleased to shew the process to those interested in MOTOR CARS & MOTOR CYCLES. FOR SALE, Cheap—One small vertical Steam Engine and Boiler. Price -325. Thos. E. Kilworth, Engineer. Plumber. Etc, TANCRED* ST. ASHBURTON, QwuMiz Swiss Mv& Whatever you do, doh jt forget, my Chocolate. Remember it mu_t be Callier's.

• \a 'f k y I; VA^^-V-^V I On the back of each bottle of Lane's Emulsion you will find a label with these words,— ••SPECIAL NOTICE.—Lans'S Bmui,sion has a rich, distinctive flavour, due to finest quality Beechwood Creasote, a very valuable ingredient. If you wieh to avoid taste pour dosg into a little cold water in cup Q|" glas6, and drink without stirring. Cold | water tones down taste and richnc»«, but do?s not alter medicinal • propertifif." 0 I The taste of Lane's Emulsion is peculiar to and original with Lane's. It is the Creasote that is prominent, and is a decidedly important ingredient. While the taste of Lane's Emulsion is liked by many people, it is objected to by others. The taste, however, like that of tomatoes, is easily acquired, and after a few doses is really enjoyed. To arrive quickly at the point of enjoyment pour your dose of Lane's into a little cold water and drink without stirring. If those who object to the taste of Lane's Emulsion will do this a few times an appetite will soon be acquired, and the good health results to be obtained from this fine lunghealer and health-maker wiil quickly be apparent. * 137 1 Legal Notice. I HAVE decided to Visit Ashburton every FRIDAY (Court Day), and have appointed Mr C. J. STYCHE, of West Street, my representative, who will receive instructions on my behalf. I have Various Sums of Money to Lend on Freehold Security at Lowest Current Rate. , ; F. K. HUNT, 30 Solicitor. LEGAL jBTOTICE, NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned have this day entered into Partnership as Barristers and Solicitors, at Christohurohand A_Jb>burton, under the style of Wilding, Rolleston, & AcLand. The business will be carried on as heretofore at Christchurch and Ashburton. MR WILDING will visit Ashburton once a week, and MR ACLAUD will reside permanently at Ashburton. (Sgd) F. WILDING. A. C. ROLLESTON. H, D. ACLAND. March 24, 1905. 331 Legal Notice. TITOTICE ia hereby given that the Firms J3I of DUNCAN AND COTTE RILL and T. W. STRING-ES have been amalgamated from this date, and that MB J. D. HALL has been admitted as a partner in the amalgamated business. The business will be carried on by H. Cotterill, T. W. Stringer, and J. D. Hall under the style of DUNCAN, COTTEEILL and STRINGER, at Christcburch, and at Mr John Davison's Office, Ashburton, as heretofore. Dated this 21st day of February, 1905. (Sgd.) H. COTTERILL. (Sgd.) T. W. STRINGER. (Sgd.) J. D. HALL. Loans up to any Amounts, on approved Securities, at Lowest Current Rate, of Interest. DUNCAN, COTT BRILL AND 4 102 . STRINGER. Notice to Insurers. MEG. If. BUCHANAN. Solicitor, Burnett Street, Ashburton, has been appointed District Agent for the National Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of N.Z., vice Mr Chas. Braddell, deceased. W. M. JOYNT, 3 388 Manager, Canterbury Branch, 11, BVSHELL. II L Oil IS T, FRUITERER, GBEEN 1 GROCER & SEEDSMAN (Next to Ashburton Club>. Fresh locally grown Grapes every day. Orders left for Tomatoes will be promptly attended to. Rainbow] ASK FOR WSPEM OUT, the Champion COUGH MIXTURE. It is the Best Money can Buy. ASK FOR WIPBM OUT, the Champion COUGH MIXTUEE. I At all Stores; it has no equal. I A BBEY Boot Polish won't become hard A DMIRAL Blue the Best Blue.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6554, 26 April 1905

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