Wantec-s, etc. WANTED—GirI to assist m Refresh-. ment Room. Apply Huoheb's Fruit and Confectioner's Shop, East Street. "TTSTANTED — Everybody to remember V ¥ the Foresters' Auuual Social next Thursday; danciDg 8 p.m. sharp. Don't forget to come. WANTED TO RENT—2O to 60 Acres for Horses. Must hare good Fences and Water. D. Thomas. 5 199 W'ANTRD— Varried Man as Ploughman. Apply Ma m Office. 5 206 WANTED— A Good General, able to cook and do laundry ; two other servants kept; good wages to capable girl. —Chas ThoMAs's Registry, Ashburton. M.U., I.O.O.F.—Wanted, Past Grands to meet at Lodgeroom To-night, 8 o'clock.—C. Campbell, Secretary. D 223 SONS of Temperance Benefit Society Meeting at Templar Hall, To-night, 8 o'olock sharp. Initiation. Full attendance requested. 5 220 HAKATERE Juniors are reqnested to meet at their Rooms on Thursday, at 2.30 sharp.—W. Page, Captain. 5 217 T7IUCHRE Tournament—Hakatere Club -Hi v Southern Cross on Thursday next All members are requested to attend. MORRIS'S Dubbin, exhibited by New Zealand Government at the World's Fair $ best thing for saving boots, harness, etc. Sold everywhere. Made m Dunedin. Price Is. 5 222 LOST, from Giesler's Stabler last night —A Cheßtnut Mare, bang tail. Finder please return to Dv Clark. 5 208 STRAYED —A Chestnut Hack Mare and Foal; last seen m Riverbed, near Greenstreet. Information of same thankfully received by G. Meddins, Alford Forest f Road. 5 221 X7KTANTED Known—Book, " Glory of 1 t T Woman," espect any day Ashburton, Tinwald, Longbeach District, and Geraldine. 5166 I^TORTHERN Star Seed Potatoes, the -L™ heaviest cropping Potato knowD, also reported to resist the Blight. We are now Booking Order 3 for this Famous Potato at Is per pound. As the supply is limited early application is necessary.— Fletcher Bros., Cash Supply Stores. A DISCOUNT Ticket (equal to a Bonus of 3 to S per cent,) given with Every Article purchased from Fletcher Bros. Cash Supply Store. i TKTECKLETS & Pendants m Metal, Gold J3i Filled, and Gold. Finest Selection m Ashburton from Is 6d to £2.—Frank Curtis. T7IMPLOYERS requiring reliable Farm ! _E!i Hands, amd those requiring employment should write to Jaxon's Labour Exchange, Titnaru. 4 445 MY TUNER (MR HARROW) is m Ashburton this and next -week. All Orders for Tuning and Repairs to Pianos and Organs will receive immediate attention, H. M. JONES, Booksellei and Stationer. BUSINESS NOTCCE3. 66 A NIMAL LIFE "—A magazine of J3l natural history, with beautiful illustrations, coloured aud otherwise, of every animal and insect to be found. A short history of each aud short anocdotes.
Handsomely bound m 2 volumes. Sole representative for Ashburton County— CHAS. THOMAS, Stationer, News AgQnt, etc., East Street. - don't forget. - H. O. AMOS, (Successor to E. Gibbard) ... WILL OPEN ON ... SATURDAY, 20th MAY. BARGAINS FOR ALL. ADDRESS— 1^" The Ready-Money Shop, «s* Tahcbed Street, Opposite Arcade. PRANK CURTIS, F.P.O.C DOCTOR OF OPTICS, OCULISTS' OPTICIAN, MAY be consulted on all Defects of the Eyes remediable with Glasses. My spacious and newly constructed Consulting Room, lit by artificial light, is fitted with the Newest and most Expensive Optical Instruments, specially imported for this work. Having thus every convenience for accurate results, and having passed my degree under the instruction and examination of Celebrated Oculists, patients can rely on their defects being correctly diagnosed, and the proper lenses prescribed. CONSULTATION FREE. Children's Eyes a Specialty. Doctor's Prescriptions Accurately Made Up. Charges Strictly Moderate. TJI W I H O 3 o O X WILL Buy Lady's Massey-Harris oWO Bicycle, A Bare Bargain. The G y H, Carson Cycle? and Motor Works.
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