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Friedlander Bros., Ltd ' West Street Sale Eoonis, TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, 10th JUNE, 1905. WE have received instructions from Mr Thomas Woolley to Sell at our "Vest Street Sale ltoonis, on the above date— HU Property situated at Lcwcliffe, beintf Part K.S. IGOIB, and coataiaing 144 ACRES. It is well fenced, and there is a grain shed on t-hs property. Full Particulars at Sale. Sale at 1.30 p.m. FRIEDLANDER BROS, LTD., 5 382 Auctioneers. Ryegrass, Oats, and Wheat. FOR Prompt Delivery, we are CASH BUYERS, At Highest Market Kates, of New^Seabon's R^egrass, Oats, and Wheat. FEIEDLANDES BROS., LTD. j The N Z Farmers' Co-Operauve Association of Canterbury, Ltd, AUCTION MART TO-MORROW, j WE Bhall OfEer on account of a i Client— I io Baconers, prime Also,— Number of Store Pig 3 i Potatoes, Fruit, Sundries, Etc. i Sale at 11.30 Sharp. ] T. F. GIBSON, Manager. 6 108 H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer. HORSE FAIR.J AUE NEXT HORSE FAIR will be held on FEIDAY, 23rd June, 1905. We aio NOW BOOKING ENTRIES for the above. Commiesion 3^ rer cent.; Yard Fees Is Gd. T. F. GIBSON, Manager. 11. A. I LLOYD, Auctioneer. W; M, Ashton and Co. North Island Farms. Settle m tlie North Island, FATTEN YOUR STOCK OFF THE GRASS. Winter Your Stock Without Artificial Feed. 1700 Acres Ideal Sheep Land, all cleared and laid down m best English Grasses; well subdivided and Watered by river, creeks, and springs. The Property comprises 500 Acres Rich River Flats, First-class fattening Country, grow ing grand crops of rape and turnips. Much of this portion of the run has been ploughed, and is suitable for any class of crop, being the very richest river deposit. The balance of the Property consists of healthy sheep bills, not steep nor high. There .is a First-class Homestead, with all conveniences,, large Woolshed, Yards, Dip, and Outbuildings m best of order. The Property winters the present Stock, 3600 sheep, and 400 head of cattle. Price. £10 10s per Acre. STOCK AT VALUATION, Situated 13 miles from Railway Station bj metalled Eoad. The above is one of the finest properties m the Wanganui Diatriot. W. M. Ashton & Co., STOCK & STATION AGENTS, J 225 Wanganui, Public Notices. 1 A LLENTON Debating Class—An EnJ$L tertainineat m connection with the above will be held m the Allenton Schoolroom THIS (Friday) EVENING, at 7.30 p.m. Admission—Gents Is, Ladies 6d.—J. Smith, Secretary. 6 94 DISCLAIMER. Tf T ANTED KNOWN —That the J. 9 V Hurgess whose namo appeared as defendant m a claim made by W. Huston at the Ashburton Magistrates' Court, on Friday, June 2nd, has no connection with the Undersigned. JOHN BURGESS, 6 102 May field. FOR SALE at Allenton.—2 Acres 21 Perches Firrt-class Land, together with 4-roomed House and Pantry, Fowlhouses and Runs, Pigsty, etc., thereoD. Having purchased a property m the Country, an immediate Sale is necessary. Apply to E. M. Coleman, Winter's Road, Allenton. 6 103 Educating the Morse. PROFESSOR T. LICHTWARK'S ENGAGEMENTS. Class Lessons CHERTSEY, m Smit by FRIDAY, Jane 9th, at 7 p.m. FRIEDLANDEE'S Horse Bazaar, Aehburton, MONDAY, June 12th, at 2 , p.m. j Class Ticket, £1 Is ; will admit to all j Lessons. 676 ! am L .ss&mk :• Yours. CTOU GET me every time you spend a X Is at ALCORN'S. When you get the " Alcorn Discount Book" full of me you can get a Present worth 255, so you see I am your little friend. Eoyal Standard Pill. THE very best for Constipation. Mr Smart, Avon street, reports: For years I have been troubled with Constipation,and always required four of the strongest Pills. Since taking R.S. Pills, about 5 m all,°l am quits regular Is per box—'Chemists and Stores

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6591, 9 June 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6591, 9 June 1905

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