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I Friedlander Bros., Ltd West Street Sale Booms. SATURDAY, 10th JUNE, 1905. WE have received instructions from Mr Thomas Woolley to Sell at our West Street Sale Rooms, on the above date— His Property situated at Lowcliffe, being Part R.S. 16018, and containing 144 ACRES. It is well fenced, and there is a grain shed on the property. Full Particulars at Sale. j Sale at 1.30 p.m. FRIEDLANDER BROS, LTD., 5 382 Auctioneers. FARM AT CHERT3EY. WE have been instructed by Mr E. W. Osborne, who has purchased land m Southland, to Sell by Public Auction at our West Street Sale Rooms, On Saturday, June 10th, 1905J His [Barm, known tut " Bushy Park," and containing 245 ACRES LAND. Situated 3£ miles from Chertsey, and divided into two Paddocks. ]t adjoins the Properties of Messrs White, Oakley, and Harrison. Full Particulars at Sale. Sale at 1.30 p.m. FEIEDL&NDEit BROS., LTD., 5 383 Auctioneers. Family Residence. TO LET. .

ripHAT very desirable FAMILY RESIJL DENCE at Tinwald, lately m the occupation of Mr Wm. Baxter, C.E. The Dwelling consists of 30 rooms, with Washhouse and Stable, Orchard, and about 2 Acres of Laud. For particulars apply— FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD., Farm For Sale. WE have been instructed to Sell by Private Treaty, a Compact Farm of 144 Acres on the Hinds. One hundred acres are m rape and turnips, ready for cropping, 40 acres m grass, balance plantation. For particulars and price, apply— FRIEDLANDER BROS., Ltd. liye^rass, Oats, and Wheat. TT^OR Prompt Delivery, we are CASH BUYERS, At Highest Market Rates, ofjNew^Seafaon's R^egrass, Oats, and Wheat. FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD.

The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd, HORSE FAIR. OUR NEXT HORSE FAIR will be held on FRIDAY, 23rd June, 1905. We are NOW BOOKING ENTRIES for the above. Commission 3£ pec cent.; Yard Fees Is 6d. T. F. GIBSON, Manager. H. A. LLOYD, {Auctioneer. BUSINESS NOTICES. Ohange of Business.

TT AVI N G Sold my Drapery and Clothing Business to MR H. O. AMOS, I beg to tender my Sincere Thanks to all for the support reoeived during the time I have bee am 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. E. GIBBABD. May 20th, 1905. Referring to above, I beg to state that it is my intention to continue the Business on the lines adopted by Mr Gibbard. I shall be pleased to see all my old friends, as well as those tbat 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. BERT AMOS. May 23rd, 1905.

BUSINESS CHANGE. TyriSSES OOBINSON Desire to notify that they have taken over the refreshment and fruit shop hitherto conduoted by Mrs Constable m Burnett Street. By strict attention to business they solicit a fair share of public patronage. Refreshments are available at all hours. 6 316 A BBEY Boot Polish Shines Brightest. CHEF BAKING POWDER guaranteed satisfactory QHIP Tomato Sauce ia Deliaious.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6584, 31 May 1905

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