j Tenders, Timvai'J Town Board. npENDERS aw v*r|<i>red not lafer than A it p.m. on FhID..vY, June 30th, 1905, for Kxeavatinjj Side Channel along Graham's Koad. A. A. FOOKS, 6 136 Surveyor to the Board. nnHE Ashburton GOLF CLUB invite JL Tenders for the WRAZIJNG (with Sheep only) of the inner portion of the Ashburton Racecourse Reserve, containing 70 Acres. Particulars may be seen at the Borough Council.Office, where Tenders will be rpceived till 11 o'clock Noon on SATUR DAY, the 24th Inst. H. H. FOOKS, 6 1G t Hon. Secretary. Ashburton Borough Council. o TENDERS are invited for the 21 Years' Lease of Borough Reserve T.S. 1108/9, Cameron Street West. Particulars at Town Clerk's Office, where Tenders will be received till 10 a.m. on FRIDAY, the 23rd June, 1905. H. H. FOOKS, 5 284 Town ClerV. Wanteds, etc. WAMTHD— Cjok-Laundress. Apply to I'.'k Hugo Fribddandbb, Burtott Street. 6 207 WANTED - Good General Servant. Apply Mus Johnston, "Eraden" Tancred Street. 6 213 ■ffTSTANTED at once—Housekeeper for v Working Man. —Apply Mas Nelson Eden, Cox Street. 6 188 LOST, Thursday Afternoon, botween West Belt and Oxford Street, by wpy of Haveiock and Wellington Streets-Gold Chain with Greenstone Heart. Reward. Apply GtrAßDrAtf office. 6 206 "gTTVENING WEAK—Just opened, BeauAII tiful New Silk Blouses, and Voile Siirts—Lyall Coombes. WANTED Known -I havo taken over tho business oi H. Robinson, Second-Hand Dealer, Triangle. All letters promptly attended to.—V. BLTSHNIE. EOR One Mouth Only-All Hats reduced and trimmed Dree of Charge—Ltalt, COOMBIi-6-MISS UE3ELTINE is giving up business. Everything must be -Sold regardless of Cost, within next Fourteen Days. 5 186 O"OUSEKEEPER wanted for Country, ITS- 4 Children, good home. Also—2 Good Generals for two real good situations m Ashburton. 12s 6d to 15s per week. Also —Several Lads 7s 6d to 12s 6d week ; Good Housemaid for Ashburton. THOMAS'S REGISTRY, Ashburton. WANTED— Buyer for Gent's Crescent Bicycle, m perfect order; price £6 10s.—Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton. O OUSEKEEPER, thoroughly experiOL enced, make butter and bake bread, wants a Situation m a Firat-class Place. Can show good references ; four years m last place. THOMAS'S REGISTRY, East Street, Ashburton. Oft "I /^S— Lady's Columbia BioWO JLv/ cycle, just re-enamelled and plated; new tyres, new gear case; a very easy running machine. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton KELLY Outrigger Reversible Handle Bars can be altered to ten different shapes; best Haudle Bars made. Price 15s, at Johnston's Cycle and Motor Depot, Burnett Street, Ashburton. /CELLULOID Mudguards, 7s 6d fitted ; V/> Oil Lamp* 3s 6d, 5a 6d, 7s 6d, 12s bd; Gas Lamps 8s 6d, 10s 6d, 128 6d, 15s, 17s 6d.—At Johnston's Cycle and Motor Depot, Ashburton. T" EATHER Covered Toe Caps, 2s pair ; JLJ Handle Grips from Is pair, fitted while you wait. Large Stock to choose from.—Johnston's Cycle and Motor Co., Ashburton. PHOTO Pendant Chains from Is 6d to £2, at Frank Curtis, Jeweller, East tStreet. MOTORISTS will save money by buy ing their Petrol, Accumulators Tyres, Lamps, Belts, Volmeters, etc., etc, at Johnston's Cycle and Motor DepotBurnett Street, Ashburton. FOR SALE at Allenton.—2 Acres 21 Perches First-class Land, together with 4-roomed House and Pantry, Fowlhouses and Runs, Pigsty, etc., thereon. Having purchased a property m the Country, an immediate Sale is necessary. Apply to E. M. Colbman, Winter's Road, Allenton. 6 103 NEW BOOKS. — Canada (J. Foster Fraser), The Never Never Land (Wilson Barrett), Sandy (Alice Hegan Rice), The Master Mummer (Oppenheim), Roger Trewinion (Joseph Hocking), A Courier of Fortune (Marohmont), Mr Pennycook's Boy (J.J.8., author of Wee MacGregor). H. M. JONES, Booksellei and Stationer. jrt J GENT'S Massey-Harria Bicycle, oWjD m perfect running order; a bargain. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton^ jOO -g /"VS—Lady's American Bicycle ?tmj€y JLv/ m splendid running order equal to new; cash or terms. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton.' «6 fi AN ADA, as it Is," by John Foster Vy Fraser, with 47 full-page Plates from Photographs. Price 3s 6d, posted 3s 10d, The Book of the Month. A. T. H. WILLIAMS, East street, Ashburton. WANTED— Buyers for 14 Secondhand Bicycles. Any reasonable offer accepted. Apply to R. D. Johnston's Cycle and Motor Depot, Burnett Street, Ashburton. Government Notices NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. Ashburton Winter S^iow, 23rd and 24th June, 1905. TTIXCTJRSION TICKETS at Fares of 2d JCJ per mile First Class, Id per mile second, minimum 4s and 2s respectively mileage counted one way only, will be issued to Ashburton from Christen urcb, Timaru, Methven, Springburn, and intermediate stations, for the morning trains m each case on the 23rd and 24th June, and for the 11.55 a.m. Express train from Christchurch on those dates, available for return till 26th June. On Friday, 23rd June, and Saturday, 24th June, the afternoon train from Ashburton to Springburn, will start at 5.0 p.m. and run 35 minutes later than timetable times. The afternoon train from Ashburton to Timaru will start at 6.30 p.m., and leave Tinwald 5.40, Winslow 5.55, Hinds 6.17, Eangitata 6.56, and arrive Timaru 8.35 p.m. 6 195 BY ORDER. r*^™*?**^""''' mmmmmmK ""**"™" ' ■' Church Notices. ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH —To-mor-row's services —8.30 a.m., Holy Communion ; 11 a.m., Matinß and Litany; 6.30 p.m., Evensong. Service at Tuarangi at 3 p,m. _ 6211 BARING SQUARE CHURCH. — Tomorrow—ll a.m. Rev. Peters j 6.30 p.m., Rev G. F. Stockwell. 6208 THE TABERNACLE — Pastor W. L. Salter. Morning, In Memoriam, the late Re 7. J. Hudson Taylor. Evening, " Steadfastness." 6 209 PRIMITIVE Methodiat Church.— Services To-morrow. 11 a.m., Mr B. E?ass; 6.30 p.m., Rev. R, Hall,
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