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BUSINESS NOTICES. AUTTMN & WINTER FASHIONS. 4 DISPLAY of Aufcuiiia and Winter Fashions will be given by us on Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday, 15th, i6th, and 17th MARCH, Our Extensive Additions to Showroom will enable our Lady customers ,to see the Goods to much greater advantage than hitherto. ANDREW ORE, & CO., LTD, East Street Abshnrton

Legal Notice. I HAVE decided' to Visit Ashburton every FRIDAY (Court Day), and have I appointed Mr C. J. STYCHE, of West i Street, my representative, who will receive instructions on my behalf. I have Various Sums of Money to Lend on Freehold Security at Lowest Current Bate. F. K. HUNT, 30 Solicitor. LEGAL JOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned have.this day entered into Partnership as.. Barristers and Solicitors, at Christohurch. and Aahburton, under the style of ' Wilding, Rolleston, & Acland. The business will be carried on ».b heretofore at Christohurch and Ashburton. MR WILDING will visit Ashburton once a week, and MR ACLAND will reside permanently at Ashburton. (Sgd) P. "WILDING. A. C, ROLLESTON. H. D. ACLAND. March 24,1905. 331 Legal Notice. "VTOTICE is hereby given that th« Firms J3I of DUNCAN AND COTTERILLand T. W. STRINGER have been amalgamated from this date, and that MR J. D. HALL has been admitted as a partner m the amalgamated business. The business will be carried on by H. Cotfrerill, T. W. Stringer, and J. D. Hall under the style of DUNCAN, COTTERTLL and STRINGER, nt Christchurch, 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. &. HALT/. Loans up to any Amounts, on approved Securities, at Lowest Current Bates of Interest. DUNCAN, COTTERILL AND .4102 STRINGER. Notice to Insurers. MR G. 1L BUCHANAN, Solicitor, Burnett Street, Ashburton, has been appointed District Agent fpr the National Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of N.Z., vice Mr Chas. Braddell, deceased. W. M. JOYNT, 3 388 Manager, Canterbury Branch. T. H. ELLIOTT, West Street. TELEPHONE 83, , ASHBURTON. Coals m StockNewcastle. > Westport, Mount Somers (new and old) Purponga, East Grita, Palmain, Coke. AGENT ALLANDALE COAL CO. Posts, Rails, Stakes, Firewood. All at Lowest Current rate 3. Orders promptly attended to. A trial will convince. Orders for Truck Loads sent to any Station A Few Pertinent Reasons why the Phonograph is the Best Talking Machine to Buy, FIRST —There ia an absence of the annoyining scratching sound to be heard m all disc machines. SECOND—The Phonograph Records may be played 1.000 times without noticeable deterioration; a disc record played half that number of times would have degenerated into a diurnal wheeze. THIRD—The Phonograph has no Needle to change after every tune. FOURTH—Any size of Horn may be used to suit a large or small room. FIFTH—Any Deaf person may enjoy the Phonograph by attaching Hearing Tabes. SIXTH — You can Make your own Reoords; this is impossible on a disc machine. SEVENTH — The advertiser, who has had a large experience with all kinds of Talking Machines, uses the Phonograph m his own home, and his advice is: Buy the machine that sings sweetly, gives you no trouble, and will last practically for ever. A. T. H. WILLIAMS. Bookseller, Stationer, Etc, East Street Money to Lend, I HAVE various Sums for Investment on . Town and Country Securities at Lowest Current Rates of Interest. • G. 11. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, BURNETT STREET, Ashburton H, BUSH ELL. ■pi IrO B I S T, • FRUITERER, GKEEN GII6OER & SEEDSMAN (Next to .Ashburton OlubV Fresh locally growu Grapea every day. Orders left for Tomatoes will be promptly attended to. A DMIRAL Blue the .Best Blue. A BBET Boot Polish won't become hard

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6557, 29 April 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6557, 29 April 1905