*««—» . P-Pii?. 638 Notices 1 ZEALANDIA CYCLE AND MOTOR WORKS, Burnett Street, Asliburton. HAVING TITCBN OVKR the l^iness known as M. A. KORFF & CO . Tancrcd btreej and also having enlarged and improved our own THKNKW WORKSHOP aro being eampped *Uh mo 4 modern machinery and appliances, and will be m charge of MB M. A, KOIi.FF, whose reputation is unsurpassed. * Special provißU.n has biwn mivio in the building in crder to accommodate the .l.rjjeat .MOTOR CAR over mr.de. *S J, 8"00*11? 6UPeryiseaU work, and every olasa of REPAIRS relating to xXaS* Maohkery> Guvs« TypoWli"rSj Inventors' Sample » Patents," Sewing Machines, etc. All Work at Reasonable Kates; ■ ■ S\ li 9lu i t^a? 1 « i% a / iP I \ f J/'v i * /"^ VJiLIJJjD 9 LUWiii ffluO, Largest Cycle and Motor Works in N,Z. Ashburton Branch—Burnett Street. W. SCHWARTZ, Manager. Licensed to Bell PETROL, BENZINE, Etc. Telephone 48. KUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. AS we have SOLD OtfKl BUSINESSS to MESSRS MANCHESTER BROS., of Waimate, we desire to THANIC the Public for their patronage and liberality in the past, and hope that the same will be extended to our Successors, CAKSON AND CO. In reference to the above, we dosire to state that we have Purchased the GENERAL GROCERY BUSINESS of MESSRS CARSON. & CO., and hope that by stocking only one quality of Goods (the best), by Selling at the Lowest Prices, and by careful attention to Customers, to merit a fair share of public patronage. MANCHESTER BROS.
NOTE THE ADDRESS— Next "THI-1 COKNEU/M'ancrel Street. d-^356 fflk i"\^^- rices represent exceptional value, if ■ByJEH as we ordered our Blankets before the |1 fifij HH rise in Wool, This advantage we hand over |j| $IM agi «| to you, as the following prices clearly show :— W& EH S9 Single Bed Siza Threa-qr. Bed Size Doable Bed Size M «g "~^3- — — - t _ ll IJ IV! £3 El> ("A j1"( m. a "**„ amumMAT^-t ~ I 'Oitlftd aloug your old Bicycle, and I will allow you a good price as part payment on a BEESTON HU2UBER or BUDGE-WHITWORTII. I do I^OT sell Cheap-Jack Bicycle?,
11. D. JOHNSTON, BTO*BSSr' ~WA^M TTNDEBCLOTHINGFor Winter Wear, NEW ZpALANTfj Vttlm'ml Knitted Pants 4s 6d to 10s r^iostial Kttifietf ITsukrshiHs 4s iU\ to lO.s Ptannei Undershirts «s lid to 7s 6<l Heavy Slcri«Ji P«wstssßi;d Shirts 2s 6d to ssj (Jd i'j-g&iiiii Suits 5^ 0d to IBs 6d HS«h*s Vvo^l >f'iH'ks Ss to 2s Jif.Z. GIMMIXN& EACTOIIY, .. •' . . ' ALEX HENDEY, Manager. .jnmLJimiion.iin* i ii ' | ~"-'■■-*~''"'^''"'-w'T''~'-* *"^'y'^"'**^-^^^^^'m^^^^j"^"~""^^"f-r^^J'"*'r^w*rr^^ PKEPAKE FOKTHE WINTER Special Prices at "The Corner." large Purchases of all Woollen Goods before ihc rjge sis Wool. Full Weight Colonial White Blankets— 15s 6d, Ids Qd, 22s 6d, 29s 6d pair Full Weight Colonial Grey Blankets—lss 6d, 19s 6d, 25s 6d pair GREAT VARIETY IN DOWN QUILTS. Imported Dowfi Quilts, large size, 15s lid, 19s 6d, 29s <sd. 39s 6d, 50s! Pram Size Frilled Down Quilts 7s lid, 8s 6d, 9s od, 10s 6d each, G. HEFFORD & CO., ■ JSliUinerß,»Dre3sinakers, Drapers, and Clothiers. EAST 6TEEST
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6571, 16 May 1905
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