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j BUSINESS NOTICES I HENRY HTOHE3. ' (Estab. 1882) INTERNATIONAL PATENT OFFICE, 183 Hereford Street, Christchnrok Pamphlet free— " Advice to Inventors." Where to Stay m Christchurch. The Trocadero, Manchester Stebet ... Oheistchuecp ] One Minute's walk from Station. f^NTIRELY New Building 60 Bedrooma X2i on One Flat; newly furnished j ever/ convenience. TARIFF .. 6s Day, Special Arrangements for Boarders anc Families. Night Porter Kept. Letteis and Telegrams receive prompt attention II 43 E. C. DAVID, Proprietor. H. A. GLENIB'S STAB LES. (Late Claridge's). Tanored Street, Ashbueton. F> EST accommodation and attention for JL» Town and Country visitors. Horses and Traps always on hire. TVed-1 ding and Picnic Parties catered for. Horses Clipped and Broken m. '. H. A. GLENIE, , Proprietor. Telephone No. 91. Special Lines I ... AT ... i Special Prices.; J3LANKETS and Rugs, Woollen jD -Underwear, Ladies' Jackets and Rainproof Coats, and a Large Assortment | ol Seasonable Goods for Winter ' Wear at — It. C. Barrett's Drapery, Clotning, and Boot J Warehouse. ASHBURTON Permanent Building and Invest' ment Society. Deposits—Mate of Interest At Call on Every Day's Balance: j 3J per cent up to £20®. On Fixed Deposit: For six months, any sum, 3? per cent. For twelve months, any aum, 4 per cent In the event of Fixed Deposits being paid before due date, call rates wili be allowed. ALBERT ROBERTS | 6 55 Manager, Newmans Livery Staples (Behind Somerset Hotel), Ashburton. J NEWMAN notifies that he has • replaced some of his older Vehicles with new ones, and has put m thorough repair all his plant, so that all m need of good sound Traps for the summer season can rely on getting them at the Somerset! Stables. Saddle Horses always on hire. Best accommodation for visitors from town or country. Wedding and Picnic Parties catered for Charges Moderate Cabs meet all Trains. Stand for Bioyoles Horses clipped as arranged Telephone No. 40. J. NEWMAN, Proprietor, BUSINESS CHANGE. ■m/T I S S E S ~O OBINSON Desire to notify that they have taken over the refreshment and fruit shop hitherto conducted by Mrs Constable m Burnett Street. By strict attention to business they solicit a fair share of public patronage. Refreshments ate available at all hours. 5 316 qTTo~o tin a ■s~e"a~s"o~n NOBEL'S SPORTING BALLISTITE CARTRIDGES, English Loading, Smokeless Powder, Chilled Shot are Unequalled. Used by Sportsmen all over the World. NOBEL'S EXPLOSIVES CO., LTD., GLASGOW, Gained the Highest Award, THE GRAND PRIX, at the St. Louis Exhibition, 1904, for excellence of Manufacture.' OBTAINABLE FROM a. MEDDINS, BURNETT STREET. 6 328 Money to Lend, Q-j t£f\{\ —WE have a Special oWIOUUt Sum of £1500, besides several smaller sums, now awaiting invest* ment on trust securities. WILDING, ROLLESTON, & ACLAND. Ashburton. 5 36S Henderson and Batger. Splendid Sheep Farm, WYNDHAM DISTRICT, -a /£Oi"W ACRES, twelve miles From iDOv town; 1400 Acres m grass or cultivation, small area bush. Leasehold area of 260 Acres goes with the Freehold at rental of 2s 9d per aero. Buildings comprise seven-roomed Dwelling, 8-stalled Stable, Barn and Woolshed, and other Buildings. A really good property. All the country lies well to the sun, and is well sheltered. Price— £% 5s per acre. FIRST CLASS WESTERN DISTRICT FARM. 500 ACRES m best part of Southland, all m grass but 70 Acres Stubble. Good fences, mostly seedless gorse and post and wire. Land tile drained. Has always been iwell farmed, and is m capital heart. I Buildings—B-roomed House, large Brick Barn, Implement Shed, and all other Buildings usually found on a well farmed property. Orchard and Garden of 3 acres. Price, £9 per acre. Farms of all sizes m best grain growing and sheep farming Districts. Full information as to suitable areas and how to finance purchase forwarded on application. HENDERSON AND BATGER, Invercargiil, Gore, and Wyndham

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6591, 9 June 1905

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6591, 9 June 1905

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