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' RELIABLE WATCHES! DON'T be Deceived. We have a reputation dating back to the Seventies 1 for FIRST-CLASS WATCHES, i and as we want your Custom, we are pre- ; pared to show you Watches which for i GOOD VALUE, HIGH-CLASS FINISH, AND RELIABILITY, cannot be excelled by any Firm in the Colony. I Gents' Watches from ... 12s 6d Ladies' „ >, ... 20s Od We stock no Watches that we cannot honestly recommend. G. jissON, ; BURNETT STREET, ASHBURTON. (established 1876). Motor Oars, mwR cars. BATTERIES BATTERIES CAN now be Charged at any time of the day by an ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION lately imported from the well-known Firm of Electrical Engineers, Messrs CROMPTON & CO., LTD., of Chelmsford, England, and set up in the j ; Premises of T. B. KILWORTH, Engineer, Plumber, etc., who will be pleased to shew the process to those interested in MOTOR CARS & MOTOR CYCLES. FOR SALE, Cheap—One small vertical Steam Engine and Boiler. Price .£25, Thos. E. Kilworth, • Engineer! Plumberi Etc., i TANCRED ST. ASHBURTON, F. R. HYI»E & €O M SANITARY AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, PLUMBERS, GASFITTERS, AND SHEET METAL WORKERS. Just arrived a large Stock of Acetylene ; Incandescent Gasfittings, combined with 1 1 the Latest Novelties in Pendants, Bracket ■ Lights and Ball Joints for the coming season. Acetylene Gas Installations. j The best thing in Lighting, and most! Successful Gas Generator ever invented gaining the highest and only awards where- ■ ever exhibited. ; Acetylene beats any other self-generating j Gas for high pbwer Light. { These Plants where erected are giving J every satisfaction. ;. Quotations on Application. ; Sole Manufacturers and Patentees. i All Work Executed by Competent Workmen. Telephone 31. j PUBLIC NOTICE. ! i A S THE UNDERSIGNED is now in ' the employ of MESSRS OATES, LOWRY ! i & CO., he will be pleased to see all his old ' Customers at his new address. j M A. KORFF, | „. i For Private Sale, j 24 Acres, Tinwald, first-class Land, with i Cottage, 5 rooms, Stable, Sheds,! etc. j 24 Acres, Seafield Road, with Cottage, 4 j rooms. A very cheap property. j i-Acre, with a neat little Cottage, 4 • rooms; nicely laid out; in a good ! locality, Allenton, just off N.W j Belt. j i-Acre, with Good Dwelling of 7 rooms, i Bathroom, Washhouse, Concrete j Paths, Aitken Street. A splendid j ' Gentleman's Residence. | i-Acre, and Dwelling 5 Rooms, Bathroom, I Scullery, Washhouse. Cameron Street. i-Acre, and Dwelling of 6 Rooms, Bath-; room, etc. A very conveniently built place, situated in Grey Street near High School. First Class Threshing Plant, complete Engine, Combine and Elevator, Hut, eto., by Clayton and Shuttleworth. i Acre corner N. J. Belt, owner left the district, and the section can be procured at a very reasonable figure. 200 Acres, East Chatton, near Gore, with dwelling, Btablee, and other buildings ; one mile from school and Post Office. — ' £5 per acre. I have also several suburban properties for sale from 2 acres to 52. Also about 100 Properties in the Mataura and Southland District. Particulars on application. HENRY STEPHENSON, J 5 Auctioneer, land, Estate and Commission Agent and Valuer. CLEARING SALES held in any part of ! the District, at Lowest Rates. j Advances made on all Goods placed in my j hands for Sale. a AGENT for- q Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. S Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society, - Dresden Piano Company, ,{ Cannon's Sheep Dip, and X Cyclone Oil Company. ft .

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6577, 23 May 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6577, 23 May 1905

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