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BUSINESS NOTICES Messrs Gr. Ingram & J. A. Carlson WISH to notify to the Public of ' Ashburton that they have just started business as Cabinetmakers & Carpenters. A Specialty is made of Picture Framing and Jobbing Work. Closed on Saturdays. Note tho AdJress— INGEAM AND CAELSON, Moore Street (Just round the Corner from East Sbreet). H, BDSHEIiL. FLORIST, FRUITERER, GREEN GROCER & SEEDSMAN (Next to Ashburton Glub\. Freeh looally grown Grapes every day. Ordora left for Tomatoes will be promptly attended to. FOR LUNCHEON AND AFTERNOON TEA Try " KIA ORA " ROOMS. TANCRED STREET (Opposite Union I Bauk. 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Daily; Saturdays 9 p.m. SALE —OF— SAMPLES, Bought at 13s 4d m the £, A LL NEW GOODS THIS SEASON, J3u including— Men's Shirts, „ Hats, „ Caps, „ Ties, „ Underwear, Children's Hats, Caps, Etc, AND Several Special Lines, MUST GO THIS MONTH. W H. Pearce, Draper and Clothier, East; Street. MOUNT SOHERS COAL. ■T>Ur THE^BEST FROM THE WOOLSEED CRE3SK €OAL COMPANY. PRICE--14 SI6 D PER TON At Mount Somers Railway Station. Orders may be left with— J. OEE & CO., Ashburton. W. T. DOAK, Mount Somers. For Private Sale, 24 Acres, Tiinwald, first-class Land, with Cottage, 5 rooms, Stable, Sheds, etc. 24i Acres, Seafield Road, with Cottage, 4 rooms. A very cheap property. i-Aore, with a neat little Cottage, 4 rooms; nicely laid out; m a good locality, Allenton, just off N.W Belt. £-Acre, with Good Dwelling of 7 roomß, Bathroom, Washhouse, Concrete Paths, Aitken Street. A splendid Gentleman's Eesidence. i-Acre, and Dwellings Rooms, Bathroom, Sculler)', Washhouse. Cameron Street. i-Aore, and Dwelling of 6 Rooms, Bathroom, k etc. A Tory conveniently built place, situated m Grey Street near High School. First Clasa 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, I Auctioneer, land, Estate and Commissic | Agent and Taluer. CLEARING SALES held m any part of the District, at Lowest Rates. Advances made on all Goods placed m my hsvnds for Sale. AGENT for— Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society. Dresden Piano Company, -Cannon's Sheop Dip, and Cyclone Oil Company. ASHBURTON Permanent Building and Investment Society. Deposits—Kate of Interest At Gall on Every Day's Balance: 3| per cen* up to £200. On Fixed Deposit: For six months, any sum, 3£ per cent. For twelve months, any sum, 4 per cent In the event of Fixed Deposits being paid before due date, call rates will fee allowed. ALBERT ROBERTS 5 21 Manager. * RAINBOW 1] ASK FOR WIPBM OUT, f the Champion COUGH MIXTUEK. | It never fails to cure. | ASK FOR WIPBM OUT, I tho Champion Cure for COUGHS, I COLDS and ASTHMA. J& Royal Standard Pill. THE very best for Constipation. Mr Smart, Avon street, reports: For years I have been troubled with Constipation.and always required four of the strongest Pills. Since taking R.S. Pills, about 5 m all, lam quite regular. Is per box—Chemists and stores. C^HIP Tomato Sauce is Delicious. A DMIRAL Blue isiGood Blue. A T3BEY Boot Polish Shines Brightest. j A BBET Boot Polish^th© very Best.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6562, 5 May 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6562, 5 May 1905

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