BUSINESS NOTICES j OUR PRECES AftE RIGHT. Therefora it will pay you to Bay from us. 150 Test Kerosene 7b fid per case, 3s 9d per tin. Finest Cane Sugar, 12s 6d per bag, or 2fd per lb. Finest Japan Rice, 8s (id j-er bag. Rest Flour, 2001 b Bags, 18s 6d; 1001 b Bags, 9s 6d ; 501 b Bags, ss; 251 b Hags, 2s 9<5. Finest Oatmeal, 251 b Bagfl, 2s 6d. Large Tins Pineapple 6id. Seeded Raisins s^d per lb. Eeal Good Tea Is per lb. We Sell More Fork, Ham, and Bacon. There is nothing nicer. Cash Register Coupons with .every Cash Purchase at— JOHN IIOFFAT & CO.. Opposite the Bail way Station.
For Private Sale, 24 Acres, Tinwald, first-class Land, with Cottage, 5 rooms, Stable, Sheds, etc. \ 24 Acres, Seafield Boad, with Cottage, 4 rooms. A very cheap property. i-Acre, with a neat little Cottage, 4 rooms; nicely laid out; m a good locality, Allenton, just off N.W Belt. with Good Dwelling of 7 rooms, ] Bathroom, Washhouse, Concrete Paths, ■ Aitken Street. A splendid Gentleman's Residence. i-Acre, and Dwellings Rooms, Bathroom, Scullery, Washhouse. Cameron Street. i-Acre, and Dwelling of 6 Rooms, Bathroom, etc. A very conveniently built place, situated m Grey Street near High School. First Class Threshing Plant, complete Engine, Combine and Elevator, Hut, etc., by Clayton and Shuttleworth. ij 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, stables, 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 m the Mataura and Southland District. • Particulars on application. HENRY STEPHENSON, Auctioneer, I.and, Estaieand CommiEsior Agent and Valuer. CLEARING SALES held m any part of the District, at Lowest Rates. Advances made on all Goods placed m my hands for Sale. AGENT for— Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society. Dresden Piano Company. Cannon's Sheep Dip, and Cyclone Oil Company.
TT Q I C E PEC-DTD CTION, SINGING PIANOFOETE, Mrs Johnston, "Emdbn," Tancbed Street, Eesnmed Teaching on THUESDAT 2nd 1905. Miss P. Buchanan, l.a.b. . rpEACHER of Violin, Pianoforte JL Singing, and Theory. Eesumed Teaching on WEDNESDAY, February Ist. Corner of Cox and Williams streets ■ Llewellyn Owen, (A. XL'S., L.C.M.) A. MUS., M.1.C.) Pianoforte, Organ, Singing & Com position, AECADE CHAMBERS. Students prepared for any practical or theoretical examination of the English Academies. Quarter of 12 Lessons starting from any date.
Mount Soiners Coal Co., Limited. ' (NEW SEAM). An Economical Coal. THE above Company is now offering to the Public Coal second 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 saveral Large Consumers, all of whom speak highly of it. PRICE— Household Coal, 14s 6d per ton, Mount Somers. Seam Coal, 10s 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 Manager, 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). Tancbbd Stbskt, Ashbubton. OEST accommodation and attention for JL * Town and Country visitors. Horses and Traps always on hire. Wedding and Picnio Parties catered for. Horses Clipped and Broken m. H. A. GLENIE, Proprietor. Telephone No. 91. Charles Gieseler, HORSE BREAKER, Etc., Ashburton, DESIRES to inform the General Public that he is prepared to Break Horses to Saddle and Harness; also to do Clipping during the season. For Full Particulars and Charges apply at " Tattersalls," Ashburton, where he has good accommodation for carrying out his work. Every care taken and attention given to all Horses entrusted to him. 4 204
1 RAINBOW ASK FOE WIPBM OUT, the Champion COUGH MIXTUEB. It never fails to cure. ASK FOE WIPBM OUT, the Champion Cure for COUGHS, COLDS and ASTHMA. & BAKEE^ BROS, Complete Furnishing, UNDERTAKERS. Royal Standard Pill. npiHE very best for Constipation. Mr _IL Smart, Avon street, reports: For years I have been troubled with Constipation,and always required four of the Btrongest Pills. Since taking E.S. Pills, about 5 m all, lam quite regular Is per box—Chemists and Storu
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