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Business Notice. I(> ■Hi m n « JT--W Pl™|7^'KJ"lB l*t^ cV I''l f* TV ■ *•"* ft " " * ■> "* M * (1 *^ A i "I" IT* H MIV n " M ■» «■■ XI *l»*•*• " J PRICE LIST. Finest Holier Flour— 2oolb Sacks 18s loolb Bags gs 6d solb Bags 5s 251 b Bags 2s gd 7lb Bags lid New Gore Oatmeal— 251 b Bags 2S 6d. 71b Bags i-id Finest Cane Sugar, Auckland No. la— 561 b Bags 12s 6d, or 2fd per lb White Rose Kerosene— 3s gd per tin, 7s 6d per case , We give a Discount Ticket (eaual to a direct Bonus of 3 to 5 per cent) with Every Article purchased. Extra Choice New CURRANTS 3jd per lb Choice New SULTANAS id per lb Finest White SAGO—Slba for Is, or 12lbs for Is 5d Finest Flake or Pearl TAPIOCA—BIbs for Is, or 121b3 for Is 6d Finest Japan RICE—2d per lb, or 121bs for Is lid SAND SOAP, 4, large Cakes for Is A full Price List will be published m the course of a few days Remember we give a Discount Ticket with every article sold. Return £5 of our Discount Tickets and you can choose an article to the value of 5s m Platedware, Cutlery, or Chinaware. Return .£5 of our Discount Tickets nnd we will give you 4s of Groceries, or, if preferred, will receive 3s m Casb. Our Next Tea Competition closes on August 31.

' Wanted, WANTB D—An Office Boy.—Apply Guardian office. WANTED— Two or three Gentlemen Boarders: good home; central position.-—Apply Mail Office. 4 406 ■ WANTED to Sell at once—Young Cow m profit; second calf; very quiet.— Apply E. Bax, Netherby. WANTED Known—Last few days of Sale. Great reductions at Miss. Heski/tine's, Somerset Buildings. 4 424 WANTED Known—Your Photo one shilling per Dozen m three positions ; Studio at Commercial Hotel. For limited time only. 4 354 TO LET—Five-roomed House, with 1 acre orchard, m Tinwald. Apply to S. J. Gudsbiili, Tinwald. FOUND— Black Sheep Dog, about a week ago. Owner can have same by paying expenses.—-H. Geiffith, Willowby. 3 387 WANTED, nnHEEE or FOUR BOARDERS ; ComJL fortable Home. Cheap Fruit, Confectionery, and Vegetables kept. Mrs James, Near the Commercial. WANTED— Situation as Housekeeper, by thoroughly experienced woman who understands housekeeping; also light work for two men at gardening, gome grubbing, etc.; vacancy for a good nurseneedlewoman, wages 11s 6d per week. Wanting billets—several ploughmen and ronseabouts. — Chas. Thomas, Stationer, East Street, Ashburton. WELDON'S " Home Dressmaker "and "Home Milliner" jusb 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, Ronseaboufcs for farm work; Youths to learn ploughing ; good plain Cook for hotel, no washing, 17s a week; Housekeeper, 158 a week. — Chas. Thomas, Stationer, Fancy Goods Vendor, and Labour Agent, East Street, Ashburton. TVTECKLETB & Pendants m Metal, Gold 1A Filled, and Gold. Finest Selection m Ashburton from Is (3d to £2.— Frmjk | Curtis. JUST ARRIVED-New Season's Blankots, Rugs, Flannels, Curtains, Quilts, Towels, Hosiery, etc.; all marked at finest ready money prices.--E. Gibbakd, Tancred j Street, opposite Arcade. 1" IFE (April), Pearson's, Lady's Realm, J Weldon's Home Dressm»U«r. Home Milliner, Lmly's Companion, and others for March. New Books- Old Gorgon Graham (by Lorrimer), the Prodigal Sou (by Hall Ca'ine), a Crime of the Under Seas (Guy fioothby), The Powers of Oarknees (Miall), The Houseboat Mystery (John Leys), The Head oE Gold (Mark Ashton). . | H. M. JOOTS, Bookseller and Stationer. WANTED— Buyers for our new Bed steads, just arrived. Beautiful designs, and from 15 to 20 per cent cheaper than usual. Undrill & Co., FurnishersTancrod Street. WANTED— Buyers for Bedroom Sets from 10s 6d, Dinner sets from-30s set, Tea Sets from 10s 6d set, Fancy Cups ■ and Saucers, all prices, large variety at Undbill & Co's Furnishing Warehouse Tancred Street EOR SALE—Mitchell Motor £32 10b Marsh Motor (new) £30. Forty second hand Cycles to be cleared this month regardless of cost. We want the money, and will not refuse a reasonable offer for any machine. The G. H Carson Cycle and Motor Works, Tancred Street.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6556, 28 April 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6556, 28 April 1905

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