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I Z££-^_——— I Ashburton High School. ?|IENDKRS are invited for iha supply JL of FDEL for the above School. Tenders will bo received by the understuned, West Street, Askburton, up to 12 o'clock Noon of SATUKDAY, June 10th. JOHN DAVISOX, 6 67 Secretary. Longbeach Road Board. riIENDERSare invited up to FRIDAY, JL June 9tb, for providing and delivering about 600 yar*-s of approved Shingle on MoLennnn's Eoad. A. A. FOOKS, 5 370 Surveyor, Longbeach Road Board. Wanteds, etc. WANTED— A Compotenb Honaemaid. Apply Mrs D, Thomas, Carter's Terrace, 6 59 WANTED— Two .Carpenters for the Country.—Apply GK W. Andrews, East Belt. 6 61 WANTED, at once, — Four-roomed House.—Apply Guardian Office. 6J>2_ TOT ANTED at once—A Girl for light ? t housework and to look after one chid. Apply Bert Am<>s, Ready Money Shop, opposite Arcade. 6 69 WANTED— Two or three Eoarders"^ladies or gentlemen. Apply " Dorset Villa," Aitken StreHr. 6 71 YOUNG MEN'S MISSION.—Rev. Chas. Porter will address a meeting m Baring Square Church To-night, 7.30. __,_„.___ 6_65 mO LET, for crr.p of Oats-34 Acres— JL Apply Mrs Cox, Racecourse Road. 6 45 LOS I', on Saturday, from Co-op, yards— One Young Sheep Dog; dark and yellow; nnswers to the name of "Glen." Binder please return to Farmers' Co-op. <MO LOST, on Tuesday, from Tinwald Saleyards or Glenie's Stables - One black and tan Sheep Dog. Finder please return to J. Fleming, Glenie's Stables. 6 72

fpINWAL-D Dancing Class—Weekly JL Assembly To-night (Tuesday); Gents Is. —D. Sutherland. 6 62 Tl N W A L D Debating Society—Tho Next Meeting of the above Clnb will be held To-morrow (Wednesday), June 7(.h, at 7.30 p.m.—W. Shearer, Secretary. 668 OEMOVING from Allenton.—Must sell Dl, surplus stock. FOR SALE-21 Buff Orpington Pullets, 10 Buff Orpington Cockerels, 3 White Wyandotte Cockerels.— E. M. Coleman. ¥> EAD FLETCHER BROS.' AdvertiseX\> moot for full particnlars of their next Tea Compatition, which closes on August 31st. IMew Supplies of their Celebrated Teas just to hand. PHOTO Pendant Chains from Is 6d to £2, at Frank Curtis, Jeweller, East Street. WANTED— Nursery-Governeas, 10s a week; also 6 good Generals, 103 to 15s j ciok for country, 15s.—Thomas's Registry, Ashburton. WANTED— Buyers for 14 Secondhand Bicycles. Any reasonable offer accepted. Apply co R. D. Johnston's Cycle and Motor Depot, Burnett Street, Ashburion. PAFNUf, Washes without rubbing. Wil* not injure most delicate fabrics. MOTORISTS will save money by buy ing their Petrol, Accumulators Tyres, Lamps, Belts, Volnieters, etc., etc., at Johnston's Cycle and Motor Depot Burnett Street, Ashburton. '.. QPECUL VALUE m Men's Knitted O Pants and Singlets, all wool Crimean Shirts, Overcoits, Colonial made Suits, Woollen Socks, Gloves, Mufflers, Knitted Jerseys, Blankets, Rugs, Eider Down Quilts, just opened. BERT AMOS, Ready Money Draper, Tancred Street, opposite Arcade. YOU'LL NEVER FEEL THE COLD it you get a supply of Blankets, Flannels, and Woollen Underwear. Bert Amos (successor to E. Gibbard), has a big stock of these, and prices are right too. You can save money at the Ready-money Shop, Tancred Street, opposite Arcade, THE New Wesleyan Hymn Book is now m Stock j Bound, either with or without Tunee, m a Great Variety of Bindings and Styles.

H. H. JONES, Booksellet and Stationer, PAINUI, Washing Fluid, the best composition for washing. No sots hands _ph9 — GENT'S Atalanta Bioyole, thorG%/ 4 oughly overhauled, and every part m perfect order. Splendid Machine for tall rider. Cash or Terms. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton.; LOOK HERE! Beet Amos is selling Strong Twilled Striped Flannelettes at 4?d; Heavy make Colonial Flannels Ud. AddressReady Money Shop, Tancred Street, Opposite Arcade. FOB One Mosth Only—every purchaser of " PAINUI" receives a, beautiful Album of "Japanese Views." "IT|T ANTED KNOWN—Just purchased ?t at a big sacrifice, nice" range of Children's Dresses and Coats, and Ladies' Woollen Singlets, which I am offering under usual wholesale cost. BERT AMOS (late E. Gibbard), Ready Money Draper, Tancred Street, Opposite Arcade. "H" INEN Marking—Your Full Name on JU Rubber Stamp, and Bottle Marking Ink, for stamping your Linen, 3s 6d. Post Free to any address.—At Chas. Thomas's, Bookseller, Newa Agent, Registry Office, East Street, Ashburton. LENDING LIBRARY—I have made arrangements whereby you can have the Reading of any Up-to-Date Book on payment of Small .Subscription,—Chas. Thomas, News Agent, Stationer, East Street, Ashburton.

DEADLY Soap Extraot means sore hands. " PAIN DI" Washing Fluid doesn't. _PQ "I (T\®- — Massey-Harris Bicycle c?S/O Iv m good running order Come and secure it today.—At Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton. _OO "I /^S— Lady's American Bicycle 3&O JL\/ m splendid running order equal to new; cash 02 terms. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton. THE best thing on Washing Day— "PAINUI" Fluid OO "I /"\S—Lady's Columbia Bi- , Xv cycle, just re-enamelled and plated; new tyres, new gear case 3 a very eaßy running machine. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton C*A GENT'S Massey-Harria Bicycle, cSsfTb m perfect running order; a bargain. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Aahburton. jOQ — GENT'S Remington Bicycle, m c%?O good running order. A rare nibble. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton BAD soaps and chemicals called Extract injure oloths. " PAINUI" doesn't WHY be worried with bad and leaky Tyres, when you can have new ones fitted to your Cycle while you wait at I Johnston's Cycle Depot, Rurnett St., Ashburton. Covers from 12s 6d, Tubes from 5s |6d.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6588, 6 June 1905

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