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Wanteds, etc.

WANTED— A Competent Housemaid, Apply Mrs D. 'Thomas, Carter's Terrace. 6 263 WINTER SHOW — Exhibition of Pluckiug, by Government Grader, Friday Nighb and Saturday, Mid-day and Afternoon. 6 256 LOST, from my Farm at Winslow, on Monday, 19th—Grey Hack Gelding, clipped trace high, with Cover on. Anyone giving information of his whereabouts to me will be rewarded. —A. Wilson. \Q 276 WINTER, SHOW—Did your Wife make those Scones ? Come and see. 6 278 THING AGE M ENT KlNGS.—Leonard S. $2A McCi.ueg will be offering a Choice Selection or" Artistic Rings on Friday and Saturdsy (Show Days). 6 273 WINTER SHOW—Friday, 2.30; Saturday, 10.30. Admission Is. 6 279 MR ROWLES, Strange'a Cutter at the Ashburton Agency, Saturday, with Wilson's Wholesale Stock of Suit Lengths. Prices Rock Bottom.! 6 274 WINTER SHOW—See the Opossum and the Six Legged Lamb. 6 280 J>EMN"ANTS, Remnants — Wilson's \i Wholesale Stock of Odd Pieces attracts crowds daily. Shop early. Strange and Co. 6 275 M JACKSON, Saunder's Buildings, « wishes to remind her numerous Frie'nde and Customers that during Show Days she will have Refreshments ready to suits trains Morning and Evening. Note address—Near Railway Station. 6 277

WINTER SHOW — Guessing Competition, Earn jour Sunday's Dinner. 6 281

|7\NGINE Driver, 14 years' experience, JLjJ First-class Certificate, seeks situation driving Traction Eogiae.either hauling or threshing.—Thomas' Registry, East street, Ashburton.

WANTED, by young man, situation as Improver witk Blacksmith, country preferred. Four years' experience among farm implements. Will accept low wage.—Thomas's Registry, East Street, Ashburfcon.

W INT KB SHOW.—Plucking Competition for All-comers, except Tradesmen. Post Entry. Saturday, 2 o'clock. Bring your own Bird. 6 257

Swift Cycles at the Show.

WANTED— Buyer for Gent's Crescent Bicycle, in perfect order j price £6 10s.—Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton.

See Carson's Display,

jpO I /\S—Lady's Columbia Bic^WO JL\_/ cycle, just re-enamelled and plated; new tyres, new gear casej 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 Handle Bars made. Price 15s, at Johnston's Cycle and Motor Depot, Burnett Street, ABhburton.

?ee Carson's Window for Bargains.

jQ.}j — GE^NT'S Abilanta Bicycle, thoroW § oujjhly overhauled, and every par in perfect ordev. Splendid Machine for tall rider. C&z-U or Terms. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, ABhburton.

TXTANTED KNOWN-The best place TV in Ashburton to have your Cycle or Motor repaired is Johnston's, Burnett St., Asbburton.

Second-hand Cycles at Carson's.

f| MHE Cbannings, Parkwater, Verner's fc- Pride, The Shadow of Ashlydyat, Treelyu Hold, Lord Oakburn's Daughter, Tho House of Halliwell, A Life's Seorefc, and others by Mrs Henry Wood. Price, 6d ; Post Free 7d. H. M. JONES, Booksellei and Stationer.

Go to Carson's,

OTTANTED Known—A special purchase Y? of Silk Velvets (14 shades), usual price 3s 6d, now selling at le lid. Mitchell and Turner

VI7 ANTED Known — That for the V * Smartest and Newest Clothing for Boys.— Mitchell and Turner are " right."

WANTED Known—sl Newest Inverness Coats tit Ot^e Guinea.— Mitchell and Turner.

WANTED Known—H different colors of Silk Velvet at Is lid, usual price 3s 6d.—Mitchell and Turner.

WHY Buy trashy Pattern Bicycles when you can have your Bicyole built to order with genuine B.S.A. Parts for £1 5.—At Johnston's, Cyoie and Motor Depot, Ashburton.

MOTORISTS will save money by buy ing their Petrol, Accumulators Tyres, Lamps, Belts, Volmeters, etc., etc., at Johnston's Cycle and Motor Depot Burnett Street, Ashburton.

WANTED— Buyers for 14 Secondhand Bicycles. Any reasonable offer accepted. Apply go R. D. Johnston's Cycle and Motor Depot, Burnett Street, Ashburton.

C*A GENT'S Maasoy-Harris Bicycle, caCnac in perfect running order; a bargain. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton.

OO "I /\S—Lady's American Bicycle S^C> JL\-J in splendid running order aqual to new; cash or terms. Inspect at Johnbton's Cycle Depot, Ashburton.

MOKO, the Great COUGH CURE for Coughs, Bronchitis. Acts like Magic. Is 6d, Grocers and Chemists everywhere

FUNERAL KOTH'K. THE Friends of Mr Thomas Andrews are respectfully informed that his Funeral will move from his late residence. East Belt, on FRIDAY, the 23rd inst., at 2.30 p.m., for the Ashburton Cemetery. BAKER BROS., 6 270 Undertakers. No flowers.

Public Notices. MASONIC, MEMBERS of the Ashburton Masonic Lodge, 1811 E.C., and visiting Brethren are reminded that the Installation of Bro, J. W. Timmins as Worshipful Master, and Investiture of his Officers takes place TO-NIGHl 1, June 22nd, at the Masonic Hall, Havelook Street. Lodge Tyled at 7.15 p.m. 6 272

Notice to Insurers. MR G. H. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, Burnett Street, Ashburton, has been appointed Distriot Agent for the National Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of N.Z., vice Mr Chas. Braddeli, deceased. W. M. JOTNT, 3 388 Manager,j|Canterbury f^O to CARSON'S for Winter CyoleXX alities,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905

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