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MR A. L.ZOUCH. D E N_T I S T. "O»00MS over H. M. Jone?, Stf.tioner, East Street, Ashburton. 5 40

Notice to Subscribers* and Advertisers. npHE AshbiiL'ton Guardian will not ba JL published on MONDAY, June sth, in honour of Prince of Walos's Birthday. ROBERT BELL, Proprietor.

! fob Settlements. —The Wellington correspondent of the" Lyttelton Times" r,«lo^raphs : —It is understood that the Government has acquired Mr Buchanan's Littie River Estate of 15,000 acres, in Canterbury, for closer, settlement. In order to save litigation the parties have mutually agreed on the terms on which the property will be handed over. It is iatonded that the work of subdividing the property into suitable allotments will be put in hand immediately. An Ui'-to-Date Cycle Mechanic— Cyclists will be pleased to learn shat there is now a thorough cycle mechanic in Ashburton. R. D. Johnston, of Burnett street, has now engaged Mr W. B. Johnstone, late of the Anglo N.Z. Cycle Co., Christchurch, who has had 15 years' experience of building J^nd repairing bicycles. Since beintr placed on Hie New Zealand market the Royal Standard Pills have'been m £?rea f demand. The Pills may now bn ■lira nun Irom ail chemists and grocers in Ashburton' 3 0 ;

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6586, 2 June 1905

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