No-license CmcuiißS—An advertisement appears m another column asking those who have not replied to the circular sent out by Mr Hean of Wanganui, to ' return answers at once as any reply bearing a later post mark date than that of today will not bo included m the returns. Progressive Settlers. ■— In thanking those present at the presentation yesterday, Mr Thomas Harrison, late of Hackthorne, Raid that, although the weather conditions were somewhat unfavourable to farming m the Hills districts, the settlers appeared to have as much, if not more, go-aheadness m them than farmers m more favoured portions of the county. During the past few ypars the country under the Hills had been vasfly improved, so much so that those who had not visited the locality of late would hardly credit the change that had been effected.
Young PEOPiiß's Society — The usual j weekly meeting of the Primitive Methodist Young People's Society was held m the Church vestry last evening. The attendance was good, and the chair was taken by Mr Pr.ediijr. Miss A. Willers read a paper on " Bird's .o£ the 'Bible," which proved very interesting. On Friday the Society will pay a visit to the Tinwald Society. Next week the Ashburton Society will forgo its meeting on account of the harvest festival on that date. Another case of plague is reported at Paddington, Sydney. 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 prices, are reapeotively invited to inspect pur new Autumn and Winter goods. " The Ladies' Tailor" mag&zine and fashion plates from London every ,montk.rH?BAiGHEAD & Bebrtman.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6578, 24 May 1905
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6578, 24 May 1905
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