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X " ""_ BUSINESS "NOTICES 1 r A I I A FU TV\ h'U r\ iAI lr\ Ixl I 1 x l\j Li. .X. JSL JLJ JtLJijLr -BuJk. 1 _JS~ , JL. -A~ -M.—J r^_/« CHSISTCHUKCH, ' Announce Sonic Very Special Lines m BLOUSIIGS For Bay and Evening Wear. Very Pretty, all Wool Flannels, woven spots and figures, Is 6|d yard Navy Blue French Flannels, with the stylish White spots, 2s yard French Flannels, Cream ground with Colored spots, 2s ryard Half Mourning Flannels, Black and White, 2s yard Cream Delaines, Cream Flannels, also Cream, with Silk Embroidered spots and rings, 2s 9|d yard Coloured Nun's Veiling, 42 inch, full range of shades, Is 6|& yard All Wool Coloured Delaines, 42 inch, all shades, 2s 6d yard Japanese Silk, 27inch, 30 different shades, Is ll£d yard Coloured Yamagha Crepes, ior evening wear, 2s Gdyard Chene Blouse Silks, very effective, 2s 1W 3s 6d» 3slld yard Patterns Post Free upon application, J. BALLANTYNE AND CO., CASHEL AND COLOMBO STREETS, CHRISTCHURCH. FINE FITTING FOOTWEAR. mHIS aptly illustrates the splendid BOOTS we are now offering at A GUINEA A PAIR. They are fine, fresh, up-to-date Goods, fullJlof that^enap and style which appeals to well dressed Men. They put tbe finishing touch on at, a|{costjjof( and our Guarantee goes with them. SHPf \( mvC r INE ' THE BLUE BOOT STORE. Burnett Street, Ashburton.J ANDREW ORE &%CO.: Mid-Winter Season. Magnificent Display of Furs, Jackets, Inverness Capes, Flanne Blouses, Blousing, Dress Tweeds, and Trimmings, m all the most Fashionable Colours, -:- IMPORTANT. We have now opened up the Largest Stook ever shown by^us of Ladies' and Gents' Woollen Underwear, WHICH IS WARRANTED NOT TO SHRINE. BLANKETS. The increasing popularity of the Local Woollen Mills has made vi invest very Largely m Ashbacton Blankets. We have also m Stock a Large Assortment from the other Leading New Zealand Mills. N.B.—All our Woollens were bought prior to the rise m Wool, which enables us to Sell at our Last Season's LOW PRICES. BOOTS Our BOOTS and SHOES a the Best that money can buy. And the success oE this Depar'-'nent proves .Ixat Our Customers know it. ANDREW ORR & CO., LTD. East Street Abshurton AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Continued Prosperity. Phenomenal Success. THE FIFTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT TU3T ISSUED, DISCLOSES EXCEPTIONALLY FAVOURABLE RESULTS New Assurances issued for the year 1904 ... ... £ 3,739.301 Total Assurances m force (including bonus additions) ... 64,616,946 Accumulated Funds 20,567,134 Annual Income ... ... 2,706,470 Divisible Surplus for Year 618,485 YIELDING REVERSIONAHY BONUSES OF ABOUT ONE MILLION TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS STERLIMGK The Industrial Department is now m full working order. EVERY DESIRABLE FORM OF POLICY ISSUED BY THE SOCIETY FROM TO £10,000. DIRECTORS OF THE NEW ZEALAND BRANCH.—The Hon. Chas. John JohnstoD,M.L.C., Chairman; A. De B. Brandon, Esq., Deputy-Chairman; the Hon. E. Richardson, C.M.G., John Duncan, Esq., and Joseph Joseph, Esq. EDWARD W. LOWE, Resident Secretary. New Zealand Branch— Custom House Quay, Wellington Dietriot Office—Cathedral Square, Christchurch. G. F. FRANCIS, District Secratar r w

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6601, 21 June 1905

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6601, 21 June 1905