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MANCHESTER BROS. IJ^^SonSgER?: aTGSERT H&« LS^J^Z d^f OCKEEY ' A COLOSSAL SALE FOE THREE, WEEKS.-From 9U& to »Oth'June. REMEMBER-This is a REAL LIVE SALE in all Departments, not merely a KcdnoMon of a few Catch Lines. Although many lines will be sold below landed cost wo will give m ' discount Tickets with all Oasts Purchases. Equivsl nfc to a l.!onus of 3 per cent, in Cash, or 5 per oent. in Goods. IPHT! A 1 We hay 3 been appointed Sole Agents in Ashburton for tne fsmous II^ZiU«J KOZIE TEA, considered by connoisseur* to be tha Finest Tea on the Colonial Morkefc. To popularise these Teas, we will, during the Sale, sell them at a Reduction of 2d per lball round. Usual Price Sale Price N.B.—Each Packet and Tin contains a No. 4— 2a Is lOd Coupon available for Koz;e Tea No. 3— is lOd is 8d Competition for Valuable Prizes. No. 2— Is 8d Is 6d We can supply excellent Teas from Is per lb. V*"C IT?TT?£>! We qa°tea few lines in Groceries, but everyVTXkJwOJC^JBXXjIIJOj thing ia reduced. We also wish patrons to note that wo stock only Goods of the Highest Quality, and most approved brands. Sugary Mb W 11. Bd, per lb ' 0 S* ££[ St^pTL^ X J Oatmeal ftejt) per 261b8 bag 2e4d f Candles (Stearin P )-per packet 0 5 71bsfor 010 London Wax „ 0 7 kerosene—per case 7s 6d, per tin. 3 9 Carriage 0 8 Curraats-(cleaned) per pound 0 3* Tobacco-Juno, per lb " 5 0 bul tanas— „ „ 0 4 Havclofk- a Seeded Raisins- „ „ 0 H " Derbt " I I Prunes- „ „ 0 5 " G Sle " 5 9 Mixed spice-pet packet 0 1 " D! a dem "1 m flavouring Easences-4 for 1 0 Starch-Col man's "„ 0 6 Icing Sugar—3lbs for 1 0 Borer's n fi Cornflour (best maize)— 4 for 1 0 " f?W n * Hudson's Extract~-10 for 1 0 " * " v ° sand solp-^for 1 o Crockery and Glassware. Washing Soda—per pound 0 1 Wo , , .. , . Soap— bar from 0 4 n 6 wonderful bargains in Blacking-per dozen 0 4 and Q]i«Bware, many lines Nugget Pol.sh-per tin 5d and 0 8 belng m!irked down fuily 50 per cent. \ Plaids Matches—per dozan 03J Best China Cups and S lucers 6s Od doz 250 Ve3tas „ „ „ 14 "Real Good „ „ from 4s 6d „ 1000 „ „ „ box 0 4 Some Beautiful Japanese Tea Sets, Wood „ „ packet 0 3 from 4s set Barley—per lb 0 2 TEAPOTS from U each ; a splendid Sago—l2lbs for 1 4. colleztion to choose from. Come Tapioca—l2!bs for 1 4 and see them. Rice-per bag 7s lOd, per pound 0 If htjihwwmbu ™- , Salmon (cutlet)-per tin lid, ( K ood) 0 9 WNNERWARE-We have a number Fresh Herrings „ „ 0 5^ of lines we wish to clear; Plates Kippered „ 3 tins for 111 from 2s doz Herring in Sauce 3 „ „ 111 BEDROOM SETS — Some beautifnl Groper— per tin 0 5 designs at unheard of prices Mackerel- „ „ 0 7 TUMBLERS, cut, 6s doz 2 jars for 1 2 _„We have a lar ?e stock of Nickel an Cream of Tartar—per lb 1 2 Plated Ware, suitable for Wedding an^ Carb. of Soda— „ „ 0 2 «lrthday Presents. As we intend to clear theso lines right out, we are marking them down in many cases below cost.

NOTE THE ADDRESS— MANCHESTER BROS., (Late CARSON & CO.) Next "THE CORNER," Tancred Street. 4 356

Friedlander Bros,, Ltd, Preliminary Advertisement, Wednesday, July 12th, 1905, MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS., Ltd., in conjunction with MR DAVID THOMAS, have received instructions from Mr Geo. Robertson, of Winchmore, to hold a COMPLETE CLEARING SALE on the above date of all his Sheep, Horses, Cattle, and Implements, Full Particulars of which will be advertised shortly. FRIEDLANDER BROS,, LTD., DAVID THOMAS, 6 262 Auctioneers.

FOE PRIVATE SALE. WE have been instructed to Sell by Frivate Treaty the following Plants, all in thorough working order:— 1 6-H.P. Traction Engine, by Burrell, llOibs pressure, Empire Chaffcutter, Travelling Hut, Dray and Tank. 1 8-H.P. Double-crank Comp. Engine, by Burrell, 1751bs pressure, Travelling Sawbench, 2 Hnts, Dray and Tank. 1 Threshing Plant, comprising 1 8-H.P. Engine (Burrell) 1851bs pressure, 1 Combine (sft drum), with Elevators attached, 2 Huts, Tank and Dray. Also— 2 10-ton Wagons, Cooper and Duncan, 2 5-ton Wagons. Corncrusher, Elevator, and Bagger 1 10-inch Chaffcutter (Andrews and Bevan) 1 Oil Engine, 31-H.P., by Reid and Gray Also, on account of a Client, — 1 8-H.P. Traction Engine (Fulton) 1501b pressure, with Hood over full length of Engine. 1 Andrews and Bevan Double bagger Chaffcutter, 14inch mouth 1 Combine (Fulton), double section sft drum, Elevator and Feeder, by Duncan, Men's Whare, 1 6-ton Wagon, Cook's Water Cart. The above Plant is in first-class order. Full particulars on application to FRIEDLANDER BROS. Ltd. Auctioneers.

Public Notices

npHE Channings, Parkwater, Verner's A Pride, The Shadow of Ashlydyat, Treelyn Hold, Lord Oakburn's Daughter, The House of Halliwell, A Life's Secret, and others by Mrs Henry Wood. Price, 6d j Post Freo 7d. H. M. JONES, Booksellei and Stationer.

WANTED Known—sl Newest Inverness Coata at One Guinea.— Mitchell, and Tueneb.

_p|— __ GENT'S Atalanta Bicycle, thorct/ 4 oughly overhauled, and every par in perfect order. Splendid Machine for tall rider. Cash or Terms. Inspect at Johnston's Cycle Depot, Ashburton.

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

PAINUI, Thousands have testified of its wonderful virtues.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6603, 23 June 1905

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