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BUSINESS NOTICES SALE —OF— SAMPLES, Bought «t 13$ id m the £, ALL NEW GOODS THIS ISEASON, including— Men's Shirts, „ Hats, „ Caps, „ Ties, „ Underwear, Children's Hats, Caps, Etc, AND Several Special Lines, MUST GO THIS MONTH. W, H. Pearce, Draper and Clothier, East^Street. XT Q ICE PRODUCTION, SINGING PIANOFORTE. Mrs Johnston, "Emden," Tangoed Stbeet, Resumed Teaching on THURSDAY 2nd February, 1905. Miss P. Buchanan, l.a.b. rpEACHER oi Violin, Pianoforte X Singing, and Theory. Resumed Teaching on WEDNESDAY, February Ist. Corner of Cos and. Williams streets Llewellyn Owen, (A. SltS., L.C.M.; A. MUS., M.1.C.) Pianoforte, Organ, Singing & Com position, ARCADE CHAMBERS. Students prepared for any practical or theoretical examination of the English Academies. Quarter of 12 Lessons starting from any date. Mount Somers Coal Co., Limited. (NEW SEAM). An Economical Coal. THE above Company is now offering to the Public Coal Bocond to none for Household and Steam Purposes, and at a Price well within the means of every one. Householders should give it a trial for this winter, and note the saving m their Coal Bill. The Company is now supplying Fuel for Steam raising purposes to several Large Consumers, all of whom speak highly of it. PRICE— Household Coal, 14s 6d per ton, Mount Somers. Seam Coal, 10a 6d per .ton, Mount Somers. To be obtained from all Ashburton Coal Merchants, or from our Agent, MR F. A. SAUNDERS, Mount Somers. Orders addressed to the Secretary, Ashburton, or the Mine Mannger, Mount Somers, punctually attended to. Note the Name of the Company— Mount Somers Coal Co., Ltd, (NEW SEAM). WILLIAM ALLEN, Secretary. H, A. GLENIE'S STABLES. (Late Claridge's). Tanoekd Stbebt, Ashbubton. f3 EST accommodation and attention for > Town and Country visitors. Horses and Traps always on hire. "Wedding and Picnic Parties catered for. Horses Clipped and Broken m. H. A. GLENIE, Proprietor. Telephone No. 91. POULTRY. POULTRY. POULTRY. 30,000 Head Wanted for Export, CR. WILSON is the Largest and Best • Buyer for Cash of Ducks, Roosters, and Hens, at the following Prices on train at Ashburton, or your nearest Station, free of Railage and Commission. Railage and Cartage only charged on Empty Orates. Ducks~3s 3d per pair. Roosters—Class A, weighing 2$ to 3£lbs, 2s 6d pair ; Class B, weighing 3ilb and over, 3s Id pair. Hens—Class A, weighing 2§ to 3slbs, *2s Id pair; Class B, weighing 3|lbs and over, 2a 9d pair. The above Prices are paid for all Poultry that pass the Government Poultry Grader. Consign your Poultry to Government Poulfcrv Depot, Christchurch, on account C. R. Wilson, not later than THURSDAY of each week. Account Sales with Cheques posted every TUESDAY. Crates are supplied when ordered. C. R. WILSON, Auctioneer and Agent, 4 446 . . Christchurch. Charles Gieseler, HORSE BREAKER, Etc., Ashburton, TTfeESIRES to inform the General Public JU' that he is prepared to Break Horses to Saddle and Harness; also to do Clipping daring the season. For Full Particulars and Charges apply at " Tatterealls," Ashburton, where he has | good accommodation for carrying out his work. Every care token and attention given to all Horses entrusted to him. 4 294 cry / // x_^ ■, .> n _ BB— **»' JTZI H ' /If £■$•£&& -%f G CAIUtAJE SWISS MlUt Chqcolatc When you have 100 Callier's Coupons, Take them to your Confectioner. 'rainbow! ASK FOR WIPBM OUT, I the Champion COUGH MIXTURE. I It never fails to cure. I • ASK FOR WIPBM OUT, \ the Champion Cure for COUGHS, I COLDS and ASTHMA. I To those about to get married. Try It.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6578, 24 May 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6578, 24 May 1905

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