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Wanted, WANTED, ut once, by Young LadyBoard and Lodging 1. Private Family preferred. Apply M., Guardtan oißce. WANTED afc oncß—Throe or four Men to dig about 2 Acres of Potatoes. Payment by the sack. Apply Mail office. LOST, between Burnett Streak and Moore Street — A Gold Locket. Finder please return to Guardian Office. 5 9 A FULL Attendance of Hakntere Footc%.. bailers is requested at the Rooms To-night— G. Thomas, Hon. Sec. 5 10 LEFT outside Guardtan Office on Saturday Evening—A (ient'a Bicycle. Owner can bavo same by giving particulars and paying- expenses, on application at Guaebian Office. 6 11 LOST, between Presbyterian Church and Alford Forest Eoad, yesterday—A Pair of Spectacles in case. 10a Reward on returning to Mbs McAhthur, Eacecourse Road. 5 12 WANTED Known—Your Photo one shilling per Dozen in three positions ; Studio at Commercial Hotel. For limited time only. 4 354 "OT7 OULD persona who took Straw from t» my farm kindly return same, or proceedings will be immedietely taken.— W. J. Gudsell, Tinwald. 4 425 npINWALD Dancing Class — Tuesday, JL May 2nd, Long Night. Admission: Ladies, Kefreshmeuts; G-ents, 2s 6d.~D. Sutherland, ' 4 447 |7^MPLOYEKS requiring reliable Farm JGJ HaDds, and those requiring employment should write to Jaxon's Labour Exchange, Timaru. 4 445 TVTECKLETS & Fondants in JMetal, Gold li Filled, and Gold. Finest .-.election in Ashburton from Is 6d to £2.— Frank Curtis. WANTED, npHEEE or FOUR BOARDERS ; ComJL fortable Home. Cheap Fruit, Confectionery, and Vegetables kept. Mrs James, Near the Commercial. yUST ARRIVED-New Season's BlanO kets, Rugs, Flannels, Curtains, Quilts, Towels, Hosiery, etc.; all marked at iinesb leady money prices.—E. Gibbahd, Tancred Street, opposite Arcade. WANTED—Situation as Housekeeper, by thoroughly experienced woman who understands housekeeping; also light work for two men at gardening, gorse grubbing, etc.; vacancy for a good nurseneedlewoman, wages Us 6d per week. Wanting billets - several ploughmen and rouseabouts. — Chas. Thomas, Stationer, East Street, Ashburton. WELDON'S "Illustrated Dressmaker" and " Bazaar of Children's Fashions" just arrived. Also April No. of " Life," and March No. of " London," " Rapid Review,"" Review of Reviews " Magazines. New stock of 6ixpenny editions by the leading authors, at Chas. 'J'homas's Bookshop, East Street, Ashburton. WANTED— Ploughmen, Rouseabouts for farm work; Youths to learn ploughing ; good plain Conk for hotel, no wnshing, lvs a week; Housekeeper," 15s a week. — Chas. Thomas, Stationer, Fancy Goods Vendor, and Labour Agent, East Street, Ashburton. CHEAP RBADrNG for the Win'er Evenings. Books afc 6d each by the following Authors —• Max Pemberton, Oppenheim, Couls-ou Kornahan, Win. Lb Queux, A. C. Gunier, Guy Booth by, Drummond, Max Adeler, L. L. Meade, Wilson-Barrett, Fenimore Cooper, Marryat, Lytton, Scott, Poe, Mrs Henry Wood, and others. H. W. JONES, Booksellei and Stationer. Public Notices. Eangitata Road Board. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given in pursuance of the provisions of " The Public Works Act, 1894," that the above proposes to stop the following portions of two Roards in the Rangitata Road District, namely :—"That portion of the road in the Westerfield Survey District, Block XIII., commencing at the South-west corner of Section 16068, and adjoining sections 16068, 16670, 17404, and 16067, and terminating 130 links from the southernmost point of Section 17404." Also, " That portion of the Road commencing at the southernmost point of Section 17404, and adjoining Sections 17404 and 16956, and terminating afc the boundary of Section 16990." A Plan has been prepared of the abovementioned Roads, and will be open for public inspection at the Board's Office, Lismore, during eight consecutive weeks from the first publication of this notice. By Order, H. J. C. HARPER, Clerk to the Rangitata Road Board. 24th March, 1905. 3 351 OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. Therefore it will pay you to> Buy from us. 150 Test Kerosene 7s 6d per case, 3s 9d per tin. Finest Cane Sugar, 12s 6d per bag, or 2fdperlb. Finest Japan Kice, 8a 6d per bag. Best Flour, 2001b Bags, 18s 6d; 1001b Bags, 9a 6d; 501b Bags, ss; 251b Hags, 2s 9d. Finest Oatmeal, 251b Bags, 2s 6d. Large Tins Pineapple 6Jd. Seeded Raisins s^d per lb. Real Good Tea Is per lb. We Sell More Pork, Ham, and Bacon. There is nothing nicer. Cash Register Coupons with every Cash Purchase at— JOHN MOFPAT & CO.. Opposite the Railway Station. POULTRY. POULTRY. POULTRY. 30,000 Head Wanted for Export, CR. WILSON is the Largest and Best » Buyer for Cash of Ducks, Roosters, and Hens, afc the following Prices on train at Ashburton, or your nearest Station, free of Railage and Commission. Railage and Cartage only charged on Empty Crates. Ducks —3s 3d per pair. Roosters—Claes A, weighing 2$ to 3-jlbs, 2s 6d pair ; Class B, weighing 3£lb and over, 3s Id pair. Hens—Class A, weighing 2| to 3Jibs, 5s Id pair; Class B, weighing 3slbs and over, 2a 9d pair. The above Prices are paid for all Poultry that pass the Government Poultry Grader. Consign your Poultry to Government I'oultrv Dopot, Christchurch, on account C. K. Wilson, not later than THURSDAY of each week. Account Sales with Cheques posted every TUESDAY. Crates are supplied when ordered. C. R. WILSON, Auctioneer and Agent, 4 44fi Christchurch. TWTEW Bibles to hand ranging in Prices J3I from Is to £2, or from the midget Pocket Bible to the Two Clasp Family Bible. A. T. H. WILLIAMS, Bookseller, Etc. # RENOWNED« FOR pyeiTy^^sTßEiTH 11l MOATE&C 0: 8 i j QUALITY VALUE |

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6558, 1 May 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6558, 1 May 1905