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__ BUSINESS NOTICES. I ■ The N.Z. Farmers' Co-operative Association. <'ant''rbury, 14 mi ted. (AshlwiMon Krani'b). DRAPERY DEPARTMENT. . " Last Year's Low Prices Are Offering for the BALANCE of our ... OF ...

<»ro<'cry Department. Grocery Department. THE FOLLOWING ARE A FEW OF OUR PRICES: — Auckland No. la Sugar, 12s 6d per bag 1 Finest Ceylon Tea, from Is tj Is lOd Finest Oatmeal, 2s fid por ba^ per lb Kerosene, 150 test, 7^ 6d per case I Bacon. Bacon. Side3 7% per lbj Rolls8d; Flour, 2001b sacks 18s ; lOClb ba»s 9a 6d j I Hams 9d per lb 501b bags ss; 25!b bags 2s 93 | All other Goods equally as Cheap. FINE FITTING FOOTWEAR. npIHIS aptly illustrates the splendid BOOTS we are now offering at a GUINEA A PAIR. They are fine, fresh, up-to-date Goods, full of that snap and Etyle which appeals to well dressed Men. They put the finishing touch on at a cost o£ r.nd our Guarantee goes with them. THE BLUE BOOT STORE, Burnett Street, Ashburton.

BUSINESS. ANNOUNCEMENT. t k Swe have SOLD OUR BUSINESS to MESSRS MANCHESTER BROS., J\. of Waimace, we desire to THANK the Public for their patronage and liberality in the past, and hope that fche same will be extended to our Successors. CARSON AND CO. In reference to the above, we d^ire to "state that we have Purchased the GENERAL GROCERY BUSINESS of MESSRS CARSON & CO., and hope that by stocking only one quality or Goods (the best), by Selling at the Lowest Prices, and by careful attention to Customers, to merit a fair thare of public patronage. MANCHESTER BROS. NOTE THE ADDRESS— NeKt "THE CORNER," Tancre l\i treet. 4 356

DRESSES- DRESSES. DRESSES "THE CORNER." sh T"r-nxn"l7l/^"T>T\ "Q~ iTi<r\ HAVE PURCHASED this €r» HLJiIX! jbOl\»U fife %s\J* season Special lines in the n.ost fashionable DRESS GOODS at (3mat: Discount pricep. Call and Buy our Dr<»ss (jJoods.—Momi-y Saved— Heavy Grey Fancv Dress Tweeds 2s 6d, 2s lid Yard. All Wool Dress Serges, Navy and Black, Is lid, 2s 6d, 2s lid Yard (\U Wool Fancy Dress Tweeds, 33 6d» 4s 6d Yard AU colours in Vicuna Lebelines and Cashmeres. Hundreds of New Patterns in Blouse Flannels and Flannelettes. DRESSMAKING.—For perfect fit and reasonable prices, we are unsurpassed. G, I-IKFFORI) & CO., Cash Milliners, Dressmakers* Drapers and Clothiers, EAST STREET BOOT PALACE |_| AS a large assortment of Summer Boots and Shoes in *' ' GREAT VARIETY, Men's Light Walking Boots from •.. 6a 6d Men's Tennis Shoes ••• 4s »« Men's Cricket Boots •» °* ba Ladies' Louis Heel Shoes from ... Us 6d Ladies' Walking Shoes from ... 4a bd Ladies' One Bar Canvas Shoes at „. 4s bd Girls' School Boots—akl prices, all sizes Hoys' .School Boots—Strong and cheap Sandals—all shapes arid sizes Children's Tan and White Shoes a speciality REPAIRS done at shortest notice, STFEBT

i, BUSHGLL. ' Hiss I*. BiiCMMAiv, 1.4.8. pt,OR IB T. SS MaK E B . eBBH' CHER o , violin| pianoforte GROOEiT, & SEEDSMAN J_ Singing, and Theory. . t . vl . „ r.i M Resumed Teaching on WEDNESDAY, (ISext to AshburtouCluW. February Ist. \ —— Corner of Cox and Williams streets Money to Lend, — — ~~~ _ , , XT Q ICE PRODUCTION, SINGING T HAVE various Sums for Investment on y 1 Town and Country Securities at Lowest PIANOFORTE. Current Rates of Interest „—„ G. tt. BUCHANAN, \3 r s Johnston, Solicitor, ' « i^rnKi*." Tancrkd Stbest s : '' :■: „.„■„,.! 'iVj-.-Mn'/ f-u THURSDAY 2nd ■ i<u<jiut«y, 1905.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6587, 3 June 1905

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