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T. Bullock. FOR SALE. 2 SHARES m No. 2 Industrial Building Society. T. BULLOCK. FOR SALE. SMALL PHOrjEK.'JY, Lor,<?Wn<>h Dia triut, 21 Axi'ts, heibfr K.y. 2-i;i(j(s, wilh Planr.iitions, t-to., i^!';\v Wat^rfcon Township, l-'rico -£130. liasy Ternij of Payment. '11.I 1. BULLOCK. ' TO LET DWELLING- Houses of 7 romrp, with verand'ih. bathrouin. d«*tacbe<i washhouse, and othnr convonioDCts, centrally situated m Burn«tfc St^oe^. Immediaba possession. T. BULLOCK, Tinwaid, FOR SALE. O Sections together with cotbure, fronting O* Thompson iii.iw^r ; &uitai.i« tor a family man,as ifc is m»t far from the School. Easy terms of payment. Apily to T. BULLOCK. MONEY TO Lend on Approved Freehold Securities, special" sums of MiOO, iJSOO, and £1500. T. BULLOCK". TO LET. /OvFFl'ji!. or small Shop m the Arcade. T. BULLOCK. TO LET. SHOP with dwelling rooms attached, situated m Moora Street. T. BULLOCK, Agent. TO ~LET, DWELLING HOUSE of 6 rooms, with Verandah, detached Washhouse, etc., Aitken Street. T. BULLOCK, Agent.

BUSINESS NOTICES REFRESHMENTS AND CONFECTIONERY ROOMS. "TTISITORS to Ashburton desiring a reV freshing Cup of Tea, Coffee, or Cocoa, together with specially prepared Confectionery (plain and fancy) should patronise Misses liobinson's rooms, Burnotb Street, opposite Mail & Guardian office. Charges reasonable, and every comfort, while patrons may rely on being well attended to. Fresh Fruit, Confectionery, and Drinks "always on hand. Refreshments ready at all hours. Note the address— T^/T ISSES OOBINSON Burnett Street. Haltoa? Halloa? What's This? WHY need Ashburton folk complain of the cold when (BERT AMOS), at the Ready-Money Shop, is selling Blankets, Rugs, Eiderdown Quilts, Furs, and Ladies' Wearing Apparol at Ridiculous Prices. Come along Ladies and see for yourselves, no one pressed to buy. Only too pleased to see old and new faces. Now Boys we can also give you splendid value ; don'b want to leave anybody m the cold; just walk right m and inspect the Rargains. Working Trousers 7s lid, Men's Suits (Colonial) 30s. Also, —A Fine Assortment of Ties, Shirts. Braces, Socks, Underpants, and Muillerp, Prices—Rock bottom. BOOTS ... As I have been asked by my many Customers for Boots, I have decided to keep various lines m Men' 3 Shooters &nd Balmorals, and I trust to receive a fair share m this lino. Thanking my Cu3tomers for treating me so well as they have done, and hope that they will never forget the name and address— Bert Amos, (Late X GIBBARD), The READFMONEY SHOP, Tancred Street ... Opposite Arcade.

Our Windows show you that our Wall Decorations ARE QUITE EXCLUSIVE IN DESIGN & COLOURING. Our Shipment ex-Tongariro, is absolutely the Finest Selection EVER SHOWN IN ASHBURTON. Before selecting elsewhere, MAKE A POINT of Visiting our Establishment, and Inspect Ossr Designs, Which are the LATEST & MOST UP-TO-DATE Ever introduced here. CHAPMAN & TERRIS, BURNETT STREET. 3 357

Trespass Notice, ANY Person or Persons Found Trespassing on the Riversdale Estate m pursuit of Game or orbenvii-e will be PROSECUTED 4 448 X. S. STRANGE, D O >T T !!! W' A^TE HARD-EARNKD CASH ON CHEAP YANKEE 1 TOY WATCHES. Let Reliability and Durability be your first consideration, L. S. McClurg IS AN EXPERT WATCHMAKER, nnd can give Clients the benefit of his experience. Address—Somerset Buildings. OAINUI (Plenty Good), Washing Fluid

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6601, 21 June 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6601, 21 June 1905

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