BUSINESS NOTICES. PREPARE FOB .THE WINTER Special Prices at "The Corner." Large Purchases of all Woollen Goods before the rise m Wool. Full Weight Colonial White Blankets— 15s 6d, 19s 6s, 22s ffd, 29s 6d pair Full Weight Colonial Grey Blankets-15s 6d, 19s 6d, 25s 6d pair GREAT VARIETY IN DOWN QUILTS. Imported Down Quilts, large size, 15s lid, 19s 6d f 29s 6d, 39s 6d, 50p Pram Size Frilled Down Quilts 7s lid, 8s 6d, 9s 6d, 10s 6d each, G. HEFFORD & CO., . Milliners, Dressmakers, Drapers* and Clothiers. EAST STREET 'ANDREW ORR & CO- j Mid-Winter Season. Magnificent Display of Furs, Jackets, Inverness Capes, Flannel Blouses, Blousing, Dress Tweeds,, and Trimmings, m all the most Fashionable Colours -i- IMPORTANT. -:- We have now opened up the Largest Stock ever shown by us of Ladiea' '■"'• ; and .Gents' Woollen Underwear, WHICH IS WARRANTED NOT TO SHRINK. BLANKETS. The increasing popularity of the Local Woollen Mills has made ua inveßt very Largely m Ashburton Blankets. We have also m Stock a Large Assortment from the other Leading New Zealand Mills. N.B.— All our Woollens were bought prior to the rise m Wool, whioh. enables us to Sell at our Last Season's LOW PRICES. BOOTS. Our BOOTS and SHOES are the Best that money can buy. And the success of this Department proves that Oar Customers know it. ANDREW ORB, & CO., LTD. East Street Abshurton
The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd, LAND SALE. AUCTION MART. TO - MORROW,
Saturday Next, May 13th, 1905. At 1.20 p.m. WE have received instructions from Mrs Mary O'Connor to sell, m conjunction with MESSRS MAUDE AND HARMAN, on the above date, Her Splendid CATTLE FARM AT MAYFIELD, Comprising— C\Cy Acreg 3 roods, with house, isjml stables, outbuildings, subdivided into seven paddocks, etc. For terms and particulars apply to the Agents, THE N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION OF CANTERBURY LIMITED (ABhburton Branoh). MAUDE AND HARMAN, 5 120 Joint Agents. - i" AUCTION MART r West btreet, Ashburton. TO-MORROW, Saturday, May 13th. OUR Weekly Sale will be held as usual, commencing at 11.30. a.m. Poultry Pigs j Cattle ; Horses j Implements Potatoes, Etc. t. F. GlSSON,°Manager, ,H A. LLOYD. Auctioneer.
Public Notices. _ __ _ LOST— Two Horses; both bays, half clipped. One with new and one with old Cover on. Finder rewarded on giving information as to whereabouts to— J. G. DOYLE, 6 161 Mayfield. MUSIC. PIANOFORTE, Singing, and the Theory of Music m all its Branches. Mrs Donald McLean* Mus. Bac, Will Resume Teaching on SATURDAY, MAY 27th. Music Room — The Triangle, Wakanui Road. 5 162
DENTAL NOTICE, MY Assistant, Mr J. M. WILKIE, will be m attendance every Saturday Night from 7 to 0 p.m., to Extract Aching and Useless Teeth, Free of Charge. G. F. DODDS, 4 145 . Cass Street. 3' mHE METHVEN-ASHBURTON X COACH will run every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, instead of Tuesday and Saturday, as previously. The change will commenoe on WEDNESDAY NEXT, May 17th, 1905, leaving Methven at 8 a.m. and leaving Ashburton at 4 p.m. 5 156
LAND TRANSFER ACT NOTICES. NOTICE is hereby given that the several parcels of land hereinafter described will be brought under the provisions of " The Land Transfer Act, 1885," and its Amendments, unless caveat be lodged forbidding the same on or before the sth day of JUNE, 1905 :— 10j053, Thomas Crooks.—2 Rpods 16 Perches, part of Rural Section 4904, I Hampstead Town District. Occupied by Applicant. Diagrams may be inspected at this Office. Dated this 2nd day of May, 1905, at the Lands Registry Office, Christohuroh. G. G. BRIDGES, 6 139 District Land Registrar. TVR McINTYRE'S Extra Strong Female JLJ PUls. 4s 6d, from Chemists, or Postage Free from, Alfred Ovxdavus, Chemist, Dunedin.
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