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BUSINESS NOTICES SILE —OF— SAMPLES, Bought «t 13s 4«l m the & ALL NEW GOODS THIS (SEASON, including— Men's .Shirts, „ Hats, n CaP s > * n Ties, „ Underwear, Children's Hats, Caps, Etc, AND Several Special Lines, MUST GO THis MONTH. W H. Pearce, Draper and Clothier, East Street • ■ _ i j MOUNT SOMERS COAL, T>TJr THEjjBEST FEOM THE | WOOLSHED CREEK COAL COMPANY. PRICE--14 s 6 D PER TON At Mount Somers Eailway Station. Orders may be left with— J. OEE & CO., Ashburton. W. T. DOAK, Mount Somere. For Private Sale, 2i Acres, Tinwald, first-class Land, with Cottage, 5 rooms, Stable, ' Sheds, etc. 24 Acres, Seafield Eoad, with Cottage, 4 rooms. A very cheap property. |-Acre, with a neat little Cottage, 4 rooms; nicely laid out; m a good locality, Allenton, just off N.W Belt. i-Acre, with Good Dwelling of 7 rooms, Bathroom, Washhouse, Concrete Paths, Aitken Street. A splendid Gentleman's Eesidence. £-Acre, and Dwellings Eooms,Bathroom, Scullery, Washhouse. Cameron Street. i-Acre, and Dwelling of 6 Booms, Bathroom, etc. A very couveniently built place, situated m Grey Street near High School. First Class Threshing Plant, complete Engine, Combine and Elevator, Hut, etc., by Clayton and Shuttleworth. £ Acre corner N.J. Belt, owner left the district, and the section can be procured at a very reasonable figure. 200 Acres, East Chatton, near Gore, with dwelling, stables, and other buildings; one mile from school and Post Office. — £5 per acre. I have also several suburban properties for sale from 2 acres to 52. Also about 100 Properties m the Mataura and Southland District. Particulars on application. HENRY STEPHENSON, Auctioneer, land, Estaleand Commission Agent and Valuer. CLEAEING SALES held m any part of the District, at Lowest Bates. Advances made on all Goods placed m my hands for Sale. AGENT for— Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Sooiety. Dresden Piano Company, Cannon's Sheep Dip, and Cyclone Oil Company. KAYE& CARTER. Grain and Seed Merchants. CHEISTCHUECH AND LYTTELTON OUR representative attends at the Office of THE CHEISTCHUECH MEAT CO. ON Tuesdays and Saturdays. ("ash Buyers of WHEAT, OATS, EYEGEASS COCKSFOOT, &o KAYE ANITcARTER. Revolution m the Bedstead Trade Holmes & Sons, Bedstead Manufacturers! TUAM STEEET, iCHEISTCHUECH. ANNOUNCE they are supplying the Public with every description of Bedsteads at wholesale price, direct from their Factory. No middle profits; Bend fot Illustrated Catologue and price list, which we will forward you by return mail.' The following are a few quotations:— Iron Bedsteads, full size, from 235; Brass Eail Bedsteads from 30s; Massive Bedsteads, 2 inch posts, from 70s; Italian Bedsteads from 635. We also give the Public Is m the Pound Cash Discount. Pay us a visit when m town and we wil' show you the largest and best assorted stock of Bedsteads ever shown m New Zealand. HOLMES & SONS, Bedstead Manufacturers, ! 141 TUAM STEEET, Chriatchurch. MONEY TO LEND ON approved Freehold Security m Sum of £ 100 to at Bates varying from 4i pe* it>nfc. per annum. Perry. Perry & Kinnerney. Solicitors, Timaru. ' rainbow! ask itoe WIPEMOUT, the Champion COUGH MIXTUEE. It never fails to cure. askfoTwIPBMOUT, Lthe Champion Cure for COUGHS, COLDS and'ASTHMA. J Royal Standard Pill. THE very best for Constipation. Mr Smart, Avon street;, reports: For years I have been troubled with Conßtipation,and always required four of the strongest Pills. Since taking B.S. Pille, about 5 m all, lam quite regular. Is per box—Chemists and stores. A DMIEAL Blue won't Streak Clothes.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6559, 2 May 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6559, 2 May 1905

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