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Eli Smith, <iDitl3's Wairarapa Land • .Agency, ■ , Masterton. La?jd for Sale ami Lease, 80-0.0 ;*'CRES Frrehold Sboop and <U>'i.P\J Oat.tie Hun, Kasfc Coast District, main Conch lioad; ring fenced, oscfipting about 1J nsDrf; back boundary, well subdivided aiid-wull watered, half m best English grasses, bounce rough native _ feed, all rolling couKtry. Good 9-roomed House, all cocespfiry Outbuildings, Price, £2 10s per aero. A real enip. (347) ,TO LEASE. A Government Grazing Run of 5000 ACRES, 10 miles from Te Puki. A large area been sown down m English grasses, fine healthy sbeep and cattle country, li sheep par acre. Subdivided into 9 paddocks by best of fences, 8-roomed House, Woolshed, Yards, etc. Upset Price £720. Terms can be arranged. (348) 1100 ACEES Freehold Sheep and Catfcle Farm, Wairarapa District, all m grass and crop. Well subdivided and watered. 100 Acres good flat, balance undulating, new 6roomed House, all necessary Outbuildings. Place now winters 1400 sheep and 170 cattle, and 28 horses. Cheapest place m tha market. Paice £4, per acre. (187) 177 ACEES First-clasa Dairy and dropping Farm, cloae to good Town, Railway, and Market. Good Homestead. Place ia well subdivided, well watered, and a bargain at .£3200. Terms, £1000 Cash, Balance at 5 per cent. (133) 150 ACEES Cheap Dairy Farm, m Wairarapa, all level, well watered and' . subdivided into 7 paddocks. Good Homestead, close to Town, Price £2000. Terms. (129) Write for Property List, "~ ELI SMITH, LAND AGENT,; 4 239 Masterfcon T. Bullock. <V^" FOR SAL'eT ~~" | 2 SHARES m No. 2 Industrial Building > Society. T. BULLOCK. Tinwald, FOR SALE. 3 Sections together with cottage, fronting : , Thompson Street j suitable 7for a I family man.as it is not far from the School. Easy terms of "payment. ' Apply to T. BULLOCK. FOR SALE. SMALL PROPERTY, Longbeach Dis trict, 21 Acres, being R.S. 24366, with . Plantations, etc., below Waterton Township. Price .£l3O. Easy Terms of Payment. T. BULLOCK. MONEY TO Lend on Approved Freehold Securities, special sums of .£2OOO, i>Boo, and £1600. T. BULLOCK. " to l7et. OFFtOE 1 or small Shoo m the Arcade. T. BULLOCK. TOTIiT. " i SHOP with dwelling rooms attached, situated m Mooru Street. 1 .. ■ -T. BULLOCK, —" - Agent. TO ~LET, DWELLING HOUSE of 6 roome, with I Verandah, detached Washho.use, etc, I Ait ben Street. " ■ T. BOLLOCK, ■ Agent. M 'BUSINESS NOTICES 1 P. R. HIM & CO., I SANITARY AND ELECTEICAL J ENGINEERS, . ■ PLUMBERS, GASFITTERS, AND '■ SHEET IRON WORKERS. ' I In Thanking our Patrons for the liberal ■ support accorded us m the past, we would ■ like to direct the public generally to a few . ■ points of advantage respectiog our latest ■ Acetylene Gas Generators, which have '■ found muoh favour at the hands of those -I who have brought our ra'ent into practical I use. In the first place the generators are ■ absolutely safe and fire proof, and tbe ■ testimonials that we have roceived un- I solicited place our manufacture second to fl none m the market for superiority of light S and make, economy, simplicity and general I utility. It manufactures the gas as yon ■ require it, while it will supply a hundred ■ or a thousand lights as easily and as I brilliantly as it wiil supply one. To fl obviate any'waste of gas, the generator ia fl so contrived that the supply is m no case greater that the demand, which prevents H accumulation of gas and renders a H larfife gasometer or reservoir unnecessary, .H and our generator can be re-charged fl with absolute safety, while the Jlights V beiDgof handy size, it can be placed m any fl building without occupying but a very ■ sttiall space. When illumination is not ■ required, tbe generator does not manufac- H ture gas, so that any waste of material is H out of the question. In conclusion, we H can safely and truthfully assert that fl our Automatic Acetylene U»s Generatora-■ are now being- extensively recognised as the^fl standard of excellence. They produce afl good light, a cheap light, and a reliable ■ light, and a light superior to either coal H gas or electricity. flj Orders or enquiries will receive prompt"H attention. iH P, R. HYDE & CO., . ■ Sole Patentees and Manufacturers. ■ H Tancred Street, Ashburton. Telephone 31, H Night Sight. I WINTER NIGHTS are easily ■ spent if you em read with' i comfort, but if your Eyes get tired S B or the print blurs and your head starts aching, it shows they require -~i^M . expert attention. The out of date practice of picking vp a pair of :^M Spectacles anywhere is highly unsatisfactory. I have the latest sight testing Instruments and a specially constructed Consulting Room, where you can be skilfully I fitted. Consultation free. I Charges most moderate, '^M | Frank Curtis, I | F.P.0.C., I 1 Doctor of Optics. H \ Oculists' Optician. H RELIABLE I WATCHES !| DON'T be Deceived. We have a repn^| tation dating back to the Seventi«^| FIRST-CLASS WATCHES, I and as we want your Custom, we are pre^| pared to show you Watches which for GOOD VALUE, H HIGH-CLASS FINISH, ■ AND RELIABILITY, H cannot be excelled by any Firm intfa^l Colony. ' , ,^^H Gents' Watches from ... 12s 6H Ladies' », 20s oH We stock no Watches that we cann^l honestly recommend. G, JESSON, * ■

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6593, 12 June 1905

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