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Public Notices. Mayfield Pound. MR DAVID OLIVER , SEWELL, Junior, has been appointed Keeper of the Mayfield Pound. W. NOSWORTHY, , Chairman of Anama Road Board. Jane 7fch, 1905. 6 128 NOTICE, To Our Customers and the Public in General. OWING to the resignation o£ Mr "Wallace, we have appointed MR W. J. CUNNINGHAM, late of the Christchurch Works, aB Manager of the Ashburton Branch. MR CUNNINGHAM has had 19 years' experience of our business, and is thoroughly conversant with all its details. He will spare no pains to meet the requirements of our Customers. P. & D. DUNCAN, Ltd. Chrißtchurch. 6 148 mSSSTUPON YOUR GROCER % SUPPLYING % NELSON.MOATE&& ■piSR! ir TFST - NQRTHERN STAR - - POTATO- - THE TALK OF THE WORLD. TJEAD WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT JJU IT. Mr Thos. Thornton, a member of the Canterbury Fruit Growers' Association, from a single pound of the Northern Star Potato Sped planted last year, has just dug i 264 lbs of good quality.; A Grower near Dunedin dug 1,100 lbs from 7 lbs of seed planted. Another Grower states that he dug nearly 5 cwt from 2 lbs of Northern Star planted. We are taking Orders for this Famous Potato for delivery early in July, at Is pei Ib, or 12 lbs for 10s 6d. Fletcher Bros,, CASH SUPPLY STORES. PAINUI, Washes without rubbing. Wil not injure most delicate fabrics.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6599, 19 June 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6599, 19 June 1905

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