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ff%\ Fun and frolic,' I Jk^sp —running and /ft&A jumping." Yes. / W$U I that's alright for well chiidJ^jJ^^\ ""• but the «S^^ZV*N \i ot^er kind, — Lvs?y~Jjbk. the ? ickly> tlie ' peevish, thenoV^] appetite child]lf ren, — there's £ 3£g*£S£S£^not much fun I """* or enjoyment j! for them until they get well, f Give three doses each day of 7 the wonderful medicine-food, and watch the daily increase ill good health and bonny looks. Lane's contains just the help that nature needs. Fat making and boue making foods and medicine. Lane's Emui^sion turns sick and delicate boys and girls into the kind that parents love to see and , own You can buy Lane's at any chemist's or store. 2/6 and 4/6 per bottle. v 139 —MB—a——MWUUtt- 'JTII. HlilMmßbaßfflß——' HMMBriwMßMW—JiMßEaaaiaigaßggßraTSJ-A--»■-'--.-Public Notices. PEIZE ESSAY COMPETITION. mo^PRiMAEY school; pupils EESIDING IN THE ASHBURTON ELECTORATE. First Prize — £1 10s Second Prizo — £1 Third Prize — 10s MR JOHN McLACHLAN, M.H.R., haa donated the sum of 1^63 for Prizes for the BB3T ESSAY ON— " How I Spent My Easter Holiday^ 19G5." The conditions of the Competition are t— 1. That Essays must be the bona fide work of competitors, who must be primary Bchool pupils residing m. the Aahburton Electorate. 2. Essays must nob exceed BCO words. 8. That all Essays must be addressed to, and be m the hands of the proprietor of the Ashburton Mail and Guardian not later than SATURDAY, May 13th, 1905. They must be signed m norn de plame only (initials will not be allowed, and their BBc will disqualify competitors). The envelop© enclosing the Essay must be endorsed "Prize Competition. Easter Holidays." In a separate envelope, endorsed " Prize Competition. Easter Holidays, Name oniy," the norn de plume adopted, and the name and address of the writer must be enclosed. 4. The prize Essays, and any others which may be deemed of sufficient public interest will be published m the Ashburton Mail and Guardian, the proprietor of those journals, with the consent of" Wr Moliachlan, reserving to himself all publication rights The Essays will become the property of the donor of the prizes, and cannot be returned to competitors. Jl?~I -| WILL Bay nearly new Lady's 0%/XJL Eclipse Bicycle ; fully guaranteed. The G. H, Carson Cycle and Motor Works. Tancred Street. Wanteds, aTgrr ANTED Known — Mitchell and V V Turner for Tailor-made Costumea. WANTED Known — Mitchell an» Turner for Wool Underclothing. TT7ANTED Known — Mitchell and Vv Turner for OairacueCoats. WANTED Known — Mitchell and Turner for Smart Millinery. WANTED Known — Mitchell and Turner for La-lies' Coata. WANTED Known — Mitchell and TuKNRRfor Gloves. WANTED Known — Mitchell and Turner for Hosiery. WANTED Known — Mitchell and Turner for Dresses. WE pay Best Prices for Scrap Iron, Brass, Copper, Zinc, Lead, Sacks, Casks, Bottles, Horse Hair, Cow Tails, Bones, etc. Prices on Application. BOTTLE EXCHANGE, Christchurch. ! 47 Colombo Strrcet, 66 TfTHAT'S Right?" "The nimble JL sixpence, better than the slow shilling." Come along to GI&BARVS Bendy-Money Draper, and see this principle m acfciva operations. Quick turnover, smallest expenses, finest profits, and best all round value to all customers. Note ■ Address — Tancred Street, Opposite Arcade. OKO, the Great COUGH CURE" The riBW specific for Coughs, Bronchitis, Colds on the Chest. Is 6d, Grocers and Chemists. WANTED— Buyers for Washsfcands at. 10a each, Tables at 8s each, Chairs 4s each, Oilcloth 13 3d par yard, Linoleum 2yds wide at 3s 3d per yard, fitted and layod on your floor. Undru.l &Co , I Tancred Street, opposite Arcade. i "STHTANTED KNOWN -Switches of Hair , p V from 43 6d. Fringes of natural enr 1 6a 6d upwards. Transformations and Hairworkof every kind to ordor. Fully illustrated catalogue of latest designs postedffee.—A.tcc.—A. M. HENor, Hair Specialist, Dunedin. WANTED— ■Rnyp.ra for BodrioTi Sp'p from IP- «<'", Dinner si.i? fi-xo 30,-- j set-, \i '(•■■i Sets fn>:u lUs I'd vt-i, Kjmty Cnp.; and iSivucor?, ;-.H prico?, Uv^o vni-iety or UKDiin.r, <t Co's Farnisbin^ Wamhou.-a Tancrod Sirppft "Ion" ANTED KNOWN — A LViutifully y V liliistra,t-»f1 Ca)iftlo<jH4 of .-J-bitches Fringes, !jY&nst'-.>inia.lion3. »•':'■' Toilet Bequisites of evoiy doscrij.tion a-nt post free, undar cov«i- any aW'lress, on application to A. M. Übndy, Hair Specialist, Danedin. WANTED— Buyers for our new Bod Bteads, just arrived. Beautiful deBigns, and from 15 to 20 per cent cheaper than usual. Ukdbill & Co., FuroiaheraTancrod Street. M^ OKO, the Great COUGH Cfi'Kß for Cougbs, Bronchitis. Acts like Magic. Is 6d, Grocers and Chemists everywhere. WANTED KNOWN—Mb Hendt, Hair Specialist, Dunedin, invites ladies interested m Artistic Hairdressing, to send for new'lllustrated Catalogue of Specialties, including Fringes,. Transformations, Switches, Hair Frames, Pads, etc., posted under cover to any address. WANTED—Buyers to call and inspect our Large Stocks of Household Furnishings. Everything you want, from a "Wooden Spoon to a Houseful of Furniture.—T. H. Undeill & Co. Tancred SfcreeK M" OKO, the Great COUGH CUKE, j L*<iy writes: "Please send two boteles of Great Cough Cure; it is a 'wop^rful mediuiae,"

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6568, 12 May 1905

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