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I ... Commoncinif Fftl3)lY, Sum 23. ... I ISoineLGw Prices for Good Goods! I a »t ¥ M I I tXDER-PRTCKD Ux\JJEiIWEAU g 1 I E niWf menJ B e Woven Woollen Combinations, just as f J^SSi^ S M g illustrated, from 4s Gd, but hore are a few quotations:—- § %^o'afiM ffl m 1 Woven Woollen Combinations also as illustrated. \, Wm H S I Usual price 5s 9d, Now 4s lid X/# M a I Children's do. at 3s 9d and S3 lid 1 \\ff\\\vm m S H Women's V\ roollen Blootiora m Navy and Black, 9 ftnUilljill fl II £ • Usual price 5s 6d, Now 4s fid | MHUif, H if & Children's U Toollen Bloomers m Navy and BJack at i wijjif fl M a Women's Flanneiette NightH, white and pink, | ymM | H M i Sale price 2s lid, 4s 6d, &6s 3d | \j|jl}| BJ M ® Women's Flannelette Chemises, I " jngf "i M ffl b Salfi prices 2a 6d, 23 lid, &3s 6d I jcflr m m H Women's Flannelette Drawers, B " fl m M Sale price's U lid, 2s 6d, &3s3d § • & j fl M g Women's Woollen Singlets with long sleeves, /1 w" fl M g Sale prices 10J, Is 1 Id, &3s 9d ft fl M Women's Woven Vests, Hale prices Is 9J, 2s 3d &2s 9d £ fl I JBARGAIN IiASKETsI | t% FkS!S?| 1 1 I Will be found every- I g \WH | tge I 1 || where full of odd- I O W/ &«* I assortl J enfc S oi 1 B | inettj lv liUjbous, | < JfiVHS. S3" I b(>tter Stocks, Ifl I Lace, Embromene?, | g iM^\ "- | 1 usual price Is 1 B ■ Insertions, plain and | §7/7 \S^ £« gls 4d, &1? 6d, I B 1 fancy Handkerchiefs I U^ W &«£ 1 all now Sd gi I etCl g All the Good G oves I Ties m silk & fl EM n H will be gold at good I lace, ea'e prices g B MasinyiguiM^MiMMMßMi^ ■ c°ncesflion& S Is, la 3<i, la 9d | B |ffi^* During the Salo period all Millinary § I dren's honey I m A ' w.^ c t"mi»od with greaC care free 1 |[ combed dress I h| Hof charge as usual. n Bin cream, tvr 1 1 Hatav^Bßf A special line of smart Straws, trim- IS I quoiso, rose, & X Wi g mcd to order, for 10a 6d each. firaH navy to fit Girlsl fffi „ — I Beantiful hand-made Hats made to l^fg from Gto 15yrs g fffi lv- I your o"^ individual order for 15s Gd B: |i old, Sale prices I |"^i^l -^SZ^-wy, —It— iui I SK^^l^L 1 Over 10CO Pairs of Ladies' up to date nnd | M 1 I reliable Boots and Shoes are offered at this great M || S Sale. Beautiful Buttoned Boots m Glace Kid H 1 usually sold tit 15s Gd and 16$ 6J now offered B §1 fliP Kat 13s 9d. Another line selling now at 12s 6d Q £ 'i coais & Jacket* I j _ „. . I bf II I ! ancy rk« j § I | We have somothicg special to offer | i| 1 8 you m Jackets. Our usual 85a Coats I ' Ihe whole ot our g m § E■ m Inverness and other shapes we will @ l^magniGcent stock | M I I bbII at 10a 6d. 'g fil ot l ,^ noy ( , W J Ork I M § i Baby's Flfacy Coats at 63 lid, 83 lid,| j |will be offered at g| U t 13i Gd, 15s, 17s Gd a 1 simply ridiculous "S S g| J Fioocy Jams and B.^naots to those f ;< | reductions. | g E Coata from 2a each I 'i . 1 s; pJroCifa^^^^^^ff^tt**Wa%l §*J|?ml'^A'^SiiflßßßWßMßM@ Sill '^*k tfi* 4 nj

j^/|R. BBNEST A. CJ-iEMEJTT, of the Taita, who is m the employ of the Unit County Council, relates his remarkable case as follows:—Sir,—" About six years ago after playing m a football match, my body became covered with pimples which turned to Chronic Eczema, During those years I cannot describe the suffering caused nor yet count the number of ointments and the like that I tried to relieve this terrible complaint. When I used to perspire at ray work, thesmarting, itching, and yet burninr; irritation would nearly drive me mad. I have 7JCSD PTjANTEKPA OINTMENT with result that I hay« not the slig'UtesC trnca of the complaint loft, and my cJun is clear as rliat of a ltttlo child. While m a very heated condition I put on another football jersey m mistake for n:y own. I do not know if that had anything to do with starting my complaint, but a singular fact was that the irritation commenced at that time, and covered my body, arms and neck, while my face, legs, and hands were free. After my experience ?JJA*?TEKOA stand 3 without a rl^al. t

| I FREE BY FO&T.-liarge siza box of jl I I FZantekoa Cintmcnj for 2^ penny stanza, h A 1 Small earnplo box for Si^psnoa. g % I $ It 15

Tlie N,Z, Farmers' C?o-op4>rativ« Association (Akhbva'iQn ilramli), .BRiPSSY DSi'ARTMEKT. WvviM ffi?s*k'.'^. Wjiiicr ¥m% i IVmU'V Un<2crciotSiin^ : Special. Displays In all departments during Valh WCOk. THE POLfiOV/ISG AK2 A FEW OF OUR PR,[(JES:~ Auckla-adNo. la Sugar, 11s 8d per b.»(f s»iib 1 FI,S>:.ST MAOIIINE DRESSED b»?. , FRUITS. Kerosone. JSO t«*. 7s CJ por case, os 9 1 CarraQ , B 34a Fiour, d^P "gs,^ 9-j soib ■ ssanSi™ 6i a TOBACCO. „,-,■ ,- i Split Peas 2d per lb Juuo, 5s per lb, 11 sticks j£ ca 2d lb r Welcome Nugget, 6s 6d per lb ßßar]^r] 2d ]b Diadetn, 5s 9d per lb, 6J cakes „ *lb *" Derby, 5a 6d per lb, 74 CHkes baS° 1»d Per 1D Oolden Eagle, 5a 9d per lb, 7£ cukes Havelock, 6s 6d per lb, 7| cakes Finest Ceylon and Pekoe Tea, trom Is PRIZE BACO*. t0 ls lOd per lb Hams 81d per lb LLTj OTPIEE GOODS EQUALLY AS Sides 7.Jd per lb, by the Bide nprPAP -Bolls 8d per lb, by the roll \ CH&Ai. CROCKERY DEPARTMENT. •rvrM have just o,,i:UL-d n ? a -ioH r..-.;o uf T ,ILET which wo are soiling l»'V iit uiwu^-iwai** i Low

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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