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Quality Right, Price Eight, IP YOU are not already using our Teas, try one £ Pound Packet, and,'we feel sure thafc you will have 110 other TEA. after using ours. . Note Price aud Eeduction foe 21b and 10lb Tins Per Pound By 51b Tin By 101 b Tin / COUNTESS Is4d Is 3d . Is 2d DUCHESS Is 8d Is 7d Is 6d CEYLON OKANaE PEKOE Is Sd Is 7d Is 6d EMPRESS ;islOd Is 9d Is Sd^ PRINCESS 2s Is Hd Is lOd A Coupon included m every Packet or Tin of our Tea A White Coupon is included m every £lb Packet » A Pink Coupon is included m every lib Packet, equals 2 White Coupons' A Green Coupon is included m every 51b Tin, equals 30 White Coupons A Yellow Coupon is included m every 101 b Tin, equals 20-White Coupons Our Next Tea Competition closes on August 31. First Prize—Cheque for £4 4s, or, if preferred, can have a Handsome Marble Clock, valued .£6 10s. Second Prize—Cheque for .£3 3s, or, if preferreJ, Handsome 70 Piece Dinner Set, every piece gilt Third Prize —Cheque for £2 2s. or, if preferred, Lady's Gold Watch or 54 Piece Dinner Set Fourth Prize—Cheque for ,£1 Is, or, if preferred, Lady's Silver Watch, or 26 Piece Dinner set Every Unsuccessful Competitor will receive m Cash One Penny for each White . Coupon sent m, or, if preferred, may choo3e an Article of Plated ware or Cutlery to the Value of Three Halfpence for Each White Coupon. Not less than 30 Coupons will be received. NOW BEAD OUR Price list of Groceries, « stc. Finest Roller Flour— 2oolb Sacks ißs ioolb Bags 9s 6d solb Bags 5s 251 b Bags 2s gd 7lb Bags rs New £*ore Oatmeal—--251b Bags 2s 6d. 71b Bags is Finest Ca«e Ssigar. Auckland No. U— 561 b Bags 12s 6d, or 2|d per lb White Eose KeroseneHighest test, 3s gd per tin, 7s 6d per case^ We give a Discount Ticket (eoual to a direct Bonns ' of 3 to 5 per cent) with Eysry Article purchased. .1 This is better than any Co-operative Concern can do for you
PEA SOUP SAU.SAGESJ Each Sausage makes 4 plates of Delicious Choice New Currants, per )b I^d Soup. We hff ye it m 4 varieties—Hani New Sultanas, per lb, 4d, by the box 3^d , Paeon, Mirjfc and Vegetables. Note our Finest White Sago, per Ib l^d, 12lbs for _Price, 4d each or 3s 6d dozen ' ' ' Flake ov Pearl Tapioca, per lb 1R 121bs y . CANDLES. "> . ■■v*^' forlssd [ Electric ,-tearmf, per lb, 5d Finest Japan Rice, per lb 2d, 121 b for Is j Colonial Wax, plain or fluted, per lb 6d, by lid, 56)bbagfor8s 6d i . \he box sfd Finest New Prunes, per lb 6d Pru'e s National Sperms, per lb 7d, by the ''■■ 1 Dozen Bottles of Essences—Vanilla, d . '-' - ■". ' Lemon, Cochineal, Peppermint, Clover, BUTTER CHEESE & LARD etc., etc. 3 bottles for Is Timaru Factory Butter, Acorn Brand, per Wotherspoons Corn Flour, 41bs for Is ]^ is J )ilo' - Sand Soap, 4 cakes for Is Finesfc Akaroa Cheese, per Ib 6d, by thff i cheese Bid ,"..'... '. Pure Factory Leaf Lard 7d Compare our Prices with the Prices you are paying (whether you are a Farmers' Co-operative Shareholder or not), an<L see the money you would save if you bought yonr Groceries from us, We Buy for Cash to get the Best Quality of Goods at the Lowest Possible! Price, We Sell |for Cash, which enables us to Sell our Goods at the Smallest Margin of Profit. -— Remember the Firm —— TPT TrnPnTTT?!? TRI2AQ <
Change of Business, i TJ AVI N G Sold my Drapery and Clothing Business to MR H. 0. AMOS, I beg to tender niy Sincere Thanks to all for the support received during the time I have been m Ashburton. My Successor is well known throughout this district, and I feel assured that my old Customers will stick to the old Shop and rally round the new man. B, GIBBARD. May 20th, 1805. Referring to above, I beg to ttaro that it is my intention to continue the Business on the lines adopted by Mr Gibbard. I shall fee pleased to see all my old friends, | as v/ell as those that have patronised the READY-MONEY SHOP, and assure one and all of my best efforts to MEET THEIR REQUIREMENTS, and to give them the BEST POSSIBLE VALUE for their Money. BEET AMOS. May 23rd, 1905. r^OK — 2f "Automotor" Motor oW^St) Cycle, with New Tyres, P. and K. Trembler Coil, P. and R. Accumulator, F.N. Carburettor. Overbauled-and guaranteed. ■''*■ THE G. H. CARSON CYCLE AND MOTOR WORKS.
B S Mi : Ph ! <S7OU GET me every time you spend a ! X Is at ALOOBN'S. When you get the " Alcorn Discount Book " full of me you can get a Present worth 255, so you see I am your little fiiond. P. ft. HY!>I & 110.,' SANITARY AND ELECTRICAL ENGINE BUS, PLUMBERS, G'ASFITTERS, AND . SHEET IRON WORKERS. In Thanking our Patrons for the liberal support accorded us m the past, we would like to direct the public generally to a few points of advantage respecting our latest Acetylene Gas Generators, which have found much favour at the hands of those whohnve brought our patent into practical use. In the first place the generators are absolutely safe and tiro proof, and the testimonials tha.% we have received unsolicited piace cur manufacture second to none m the market for superiority of light and make, economy, simplicity and general utility. Ifc manufactures the gas .as you require it, while it will supply a hundred or'-a thousand'lights as easily and as brilliantly as" it will supply one. To obviate any waste of gas, the generator is so contrived that the supply is m no case greater 1 hat the demand, which prevents accumulation of gas and renders a largo gasometer or reservoir unnecessary, and our generator can be re-charged with absolute safety, while the lights being of handy size, it can be placed m any building without occupying but a very small Ppaco. When illumination is not fenuu'i' 1, thfl generator does.not manufacture gas, fo that any waste of material ia out oY the question. In conclusion, we can sif fly and truthfully assert that our Automatic Acetylene (ins Generators are now being oxteusively recognised as the standard of excellence. They produce a good light, a cheap light, and a reliable light, and a light superior to either coal gas or electricity. Orders or enquiries will receive prompt attention. P. ».■ HYDE & CO., Sole Patentees and Manufacturers. Tancred Street, Ashburfcon. Telephone 81. 6 SAMPLE National Bicycle, high gra.de machines, 2 ladies', 3 gents' roadsters, and ono gents' path racer. To be cleared this month. All new and guaranteed. The G, H. Carson Cycle and Motor Works, Tanored Street,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6581, 27 May 1905
Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6581, 27 May 1905
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