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David Thomas. Elliott's Gardens, Alford Forest Road. Thursday, May 18 th, 1905. \m R DAVID THOMAS has received JjjL instructions to Sell as above,— 50,000 Strawberry Plants 2 Tons Parsnips 2 Tonß Carrots 500 Rhubarb Roots i-Acre Broccoli J-Acre Savoys I £-Acre Turnips Large Bed Asparagus; Lot Cow Cabbage, Lot Market Gardener's Sundries. To be Sold in Lots to suit Purchasers. All Lots to be shifted by Ist Jane. The above Strawberry Plants are the best in the County. Sale at 2 p.m.

D. THOMAS, 5 86 Auctioneer. ARCADE HOESJE FAIB. MY Next Horse Fair will be held in the Arcade on FRIDAY, JUNE 9th, 1905. And throughout the Year on the Following Dates, viz. :— FRIDAY, JULY 21; FRIDAY, AI'GUST 25; FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, FRIDAY NOV. 17, and FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. DAVID THOMAS, 1 70 Ashburton.

Wright, Stephenson & Co, Sale of Moa Flat Estate, Otago, New Zealand. 64,780 Acres Freehold Land, Subdivided Into Farms. Exceptionally Easy Terms, WRIGHT, STEPHENSON & CO. have received instructions from the Proprietors of the Moa Flat Estate to Sell by private treaty the Whole of the Property, subdivided into suitable-sized Farms. Moa Flat is a magnificent block of Country, at present carrying tipwardb of seventy thousand crossbred sheep and a thousand head of cattle, and a finer, healthier lot of stock is not to be found in New Zealand. It is all splended lambing ground, being warm, dry and well sheltered. About fifteen thousand acres have been cultivated, and the bulk of the remainder is well suited for cultivation. English grass, turnips, wheat, and oata grow to perfection, and the Property con tains a large area of the finest fruit growing land in the Colony. Prices for the purely pastoral country range from 203 to 40s per acre, and for tho mixed pastoral and agricultural land, from JS3 to £7 per acre. Buyers of the land will be given an opportunity ef acquiring some of the sheep on the property at reasonable rate 3 and without public oom- ] petition, and they will thus have paying going concerns from the outset. Tho Edievale Railway Station is withia three miles of the Property. TERMS—Fifteen per cent, cash, 5 per cent., in one year, 5 per cent, in two years, 5 per cent, in three years, and the balance in five years from the date of purchase interest on unpaid balances at 5 per cent per annum. Plans, Pricos, and full particulars on application to — WRIGHT, STEPHENSON & CO., Dunedin, Invercargiil, Gore, 230 or Kelso. Since the above advertisement was first inserted, over 20,000 acres of the Moa Flat Estate have been sold, and the auctioneers would urge upon all who are open for the purchase of farms to come at once and inspect.

Public Notices. Trespass Notice, A NY Person or Persons Found Trespassing on the Riversdalo Estate in pursuit of Game or otherwise will be PEOSECUTED. 4 448 ff. S. STEANGE.

X>Tm mHE JOLLIEST Game XTX. X • X ever invented. Price, Post Free, 2s 2ck P. W. Hutton & Co., Booksellers, Timaru.

POULTRY. POULTEY. POULTEY. 30,000 Head Wanted for Export, CB. WILSON is the Largest and Beat • Buyer for Cash of Ducks, Boosters, and Hens, at the following Prices on train at Ashburton, or your nearest Station, free of Bailage and Commission. Bailage and Cartage only charged on Empty Crates. Duoks—3B 3d per pair. Roosters—Class A, weighing 24 to 3£lbs, 2s 6d pair ; Class B, weighing 3Jlb and over, 3s Id pair. Hens—Class A, weighing 2| to Shlbs, 2s Id pair; Class B, weighing 341bs and over, 28 9d pair. The above Prices are paid for all Poultry that pass the Government Poultry Grader. Conßign your Poultry to Government Poultry Depot, Christchurch, on account C. B. Wilson, not later than THUESDAY of each week. Account Sales with Cheques posted every TUESDAY. Crates are supplied when ordered. C. E. WILSON, Auctioneer and Agent, 4 448 Christchurch.

Our Windows show you that our Wall Decorations ARE QUITE EXCLUSIVE IN 81. design & colouring.; Our Shipment ex-Tongariro, is absolutely the Finest Selection EVER SHOWN IN ASHBURTOIC

Before selecting elsewhere, MAKE A POINT o! Visiting our Establishment, and Inspect Our Designs, Which are the LATEST & MOST UP-TO-DATE j Ever introduced here. CHAPMAN & i TEKRIS, BURNETT STREET. 3 367

CHEF BAKING POWDER guaranteed ure (OtHIP Tomato.Sauce ie Delicious.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6569, 13 May 1905

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