Ladies' Tailoring.—We are now making a speciality of this department. Ladies who appreciate a good fit, good work and up-to-date neat and durable costumes, jackets, etc., at very moderate prices, are respectively invited to inspect our new Autumn and Winter goods. "The Ladies' Tailor" magazine and fashion plates from London every month.—Craighead & Berrysian. Mr G. H. Carson reports having placed several motor cars, m conjunction with Messrs Skeate3 and Bockaert, and also Messrs Adnms Star Cycle Co., whose agencies he holds for this district. Mr Carson will be pleased to give any information required by intending buyers. 5 0 Rheumatism is one of the most painful diseases. Many sire bent and physically disabled by the torture and suffering inflicted by this dreadful scourge. The disease may settle m the large muscle 3of the back, neck, or thigh; m the joints of the arms or legs; or the pains may dart from one muscle to another. The pains may be constant or occasional, but all are produced by the same cause—excess of uric acid m the blood. RHEUMO is the best, the only cure for rheumatic pains. It neutralises and drives out the poisonous acid, relieves the pain, removes the swelling, and effects a speedy and permanent cure. A trial will satisfy you of its merits. Sold by all chemists and stores at 2s 6d and 4s 6d a bottle. 3
Henry Stephenson Clearing: Sale ...0P... Household Furniture & Effects Saturday Next, May 20th, TTTNpER instructions from a Client, who XJ is leaving the District, [ will Sell at my Rooms, as above, a Quantity of Household Furniture, comprising—
1 very large Dining Table, 2 Kitchen Tables, 1 Round Table, 3 Dressing Tables, 2 Washstands and Ware, 1 Duchesse Chest, 1 Sitting Room Suite Furniture, 1 Single Iron Bedstead and 'Mattrass, Double Iron Bedsteads, Chairs, I Baby'a High Chair, Stretchers, Oilcloth, Wheelbarrow, and Garden Tools, etc., etc. Also,—3o Purebred Blaok Orpingtons Without Reserve. HENRY STEPHENSON, 5 233 Auctioneer.
Public Notices. Ashburton No-License Council Monster Tea. Lecture by Eev. L. M. Isitt. Oddfellows' Hall, MONDAY, June 5. Tickets for Tea—Adults Is 6d, Children 1«.
Mount Hutt Koad Board. TtTOTICE is hereby given that the Mount JIH Hutt Eoad Board intend at their next Meeting, to be held on MONDAY, June sth, to levy a General Rate of threeeighths of a penny m the Pound on all rateable properties m the District* for the year ending March olst, 1906, under the provisions of the Eoad Boards Act, 1882J Section 114, the Eating Act, 1894, Seotions 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, and 60, and the Rating Act Amending Act, 1895, Section 4i payable m one sum on July 14th, 1905. G. H. ALINGTON, 5 228 Clerk,
IMPOUNDED at South Rakaia Pound, on May 16th, 1905, from Baker's Road—One Half Draught Bay GELDING, with cover on; shod, oollar mark on off shoulder, about five years old. If not claimed and expenses paid will be sold at 12 Noon on THURSDAY, Ist June, 1905. JAMES BROWN, 5 229 Poundkeeper.
INDOOR GAMES—Fresh Supplies every week. We have just unpacked a further supply of " Ludo," " Ring Quoits," "Halma," "Motor Car Race," "Dick Turpin," " Flags of the World," " Snakes and Ladders," " Snap," " Obskittal," " Word Making and Taking," "Yacht Race," " Bicycle Game," Draughts, Dominoes, and Others. A. T. H. WILLIAMS, Bookseller, Etc, East Street.
Money to Lend, ' I HAVE various Sums for Investment on Town and Country Securities at Lowest Current Rates of Interest. G. H. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, BURNETT STREET, Aehbnrton
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6573, 18 May 1905
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