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I This is not | I a Bad Way WOLFF S w Hot with Lemon at i I BEDTISVIS I || Is fln ribsnlute Preventive Jf f?* and Cure for Jf \ C3LDS 8i IRFLUENZA. $ \ -'V . ytf'.T Public Notices. PRIZE ESSAY COMPETITION. t i » mO PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS EESIDING IN THE ASHBURTON ELECTOKATE. First Priza — £1 10s Second Prize — £1 Third Prize — 10s a ME JOHN McLACHLAN, M.H.8., has donated the sum of .£3 for Prizes for the BE IT ESSAY ON— "How I Spent My Easter Holidays, 1995." The conditions of the Competition are: — 1. That Essays inußt be the bona lido work of competitors, who muat be primary echool pupila residing m the Ashburton Electorate. 2. Essays tansfc not excaed BCO words. 3. That all Essnys must bs addressed to, and be in 1 the hands of the proprietor o* the Ashburton Mail and Guardian not later than SA.TUBDAT, May 13th, i 905. They must be signed m norn do plume only (initials will not be allowed, and their use will disqualify competitors). Tho envelope enclosing the Essay must bo endorsed "Prize Competition Easter Holidikys." In a separate envelope, endorsed " Prize Competition E-ister Holiday*, Name only," the norn do plume adopted, and the name und address of th» writer must be enclosed. 4. The- prize Essays, and any others which may be deemed of sufficient public interest will be published m the Ashburtou Mail and Goabdfan, the propvii tor of those journal?, *vith tho consent of IV'r .MoLachlan, reserving to himself n l.' pnblicafcioa righfci. The Essays wi i become th« property of the donor of th>» prizas, and cannot be returned to competitors. Wanteds. WE pay Best Prices for Scrap Tron, Brass, Copper, Zinc, Lead, Sac!:?, Casis, Bottles, Horse Hair, Cow Tails, Bones, etc. Prices on Application. BOTTLE EXCHANGE, Christchurch. 47 Colombo Strrctit. WANTED KNOWN -Switches of Hair from 4a 6d. Fringes of natural curl 5s 6d upwards. Transformations and Hairwork of every kind to order. Fully illustrated catalogue of latest designs posted free.—A. M. Hendt, Hair Specialist, Dunedin. WANTED— Buyers for Bedroom Sets from 10s 6d, DiDner sets from 30s set, Tea Sets from 10a 6d set, Fancy Cups and Saucers, all prices, large variety at Unpkill & Co's Furnishing "Warehouse Tanored Street MOKO, the Great COUGH CURE, obtainable at Tinwald, Ashburton, Chertsey, Eabaia, Hethven, Lauriston. Grocers and Chemists, Is 6d per bottle WANTED— Buyers for Washstands at 10s each, Tableß at 8s each, Chairs 49 each, Oilcloth Is 3d per yard, Linoleum 2yds wide at 3a 3d per yard, fitted and layed on your floor. Undrill &Co , Tancrecl Street, opposite Arcado. WANTED KNOWN—A Beautifully Illustrated Catalogue of Switches Fringes, Transformations, and Toilet Bequisitos oi every description sent post free, under cover any address, on application to A. M. Hendt, Hair Specialist, Dunedin. WANTED Known-That M. & T. are showing Choice Novelties m Licp Good. That the newest o£ the New Jackets are to be seen at M. & T.s That you are welcome to looV round «VT. & T's Boom, without the necessity of making a purchase. That M. & T.s Blouse Flannels are specially selected pattcr.sf". ', hat M. & T, iira lunrtir;;. fy Wha*.i;K".ne, speci&l v»iluc m CTTTANTEI) —lJuywrs for our new 130 l Vt stearls, just arrive"!. Beautiful ridsigns, and from 15 to 20 per ennt. cheaper than usual. IJNDitii-b & ('o., Fori.isher.sTancrnd Street. WANTKO KtfOWN—Mil llkndt, Hair Fprtfinli^.t, Punedin, invites ladies interested m Artistic Hairdrossing, to send for new Illustrated Catalogue of Specialties, including Fringes, TransformaMon-?. Switches, Hair Frames, Pads, etc., postec: under cover to any a,ddre«-R^ OKO, the Great CO UGH CUK£ ior Coughs, Bronchitis. Acts like Magic, la" fid, Grouers and Chemists everywhere. ' WANTED— Buyers to uall and inspect our Large Stoaks of Household Furnißhiag3. Everything you Rant, irora a Wooden Spoon to a Houseful of Furniture.—T. H. Undbill & Co. Tancred Street TO ABEIVE IN A FEW WEEKS,— Foster Praaer's New Work on "Canada." Price* Post Free, 3s 10d p. W. Hutton & Co., Bookswllars, Timara. ADMIRAL Blue won't Streak Clothes. A SBEY Boot Polish the very Beat.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6563, 6 May 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6563, 6 May 1905

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