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David ThomasFU3INITURE ULRARING SALE. »f R D. THOMAS has rpceived in--IVJL Btructions from MX. J. S. TEINNANT, who ia leaving che district, to sell at his Residence, Peter Street West (close to the County Hospital), on Thursday, SOSli tae, 1005, The Whole of His Household Furniture & Effects. Drawing Room Suite, comprising Easy Chairs, Couch, Occasional Tables, Fender and Irons. Dining Room Suite, Chesterfield Couch, Sideboard, Pedestal Writing Table, Book Shelves, Table, Coal Scuttle, etc. Three Bedroom Suites, comprising Double and Single Bedsteads, Duchess Dressing Tables, Washstands, Ware, Wardrobe (mirror front), etc. Kitchen Furniture and Cooking Utensils, Dinner Service complete, Crockery. Carpets, Linoleums, Lamps, Coal Scuttles, Wheel Barrow, Garden Tools, Lawn | Mowers, and Household Utensils of every description too numerous to particularise. Everything is m first class order, and well worthy of inspection. . —— Sale at 1.30 p.m. sharp. D. THOMAS, 6 IGO Auctioneer.

Auction Sale. ... AT ... Bullock's Arcade, .... BY : ,.. D. THOMAS ... ON .. SATURDAY Next, July Ist, At 2.30 p.m. Sharp. Af\ ATALANTA BICYCLES Af\ tCV/ ATALANTA BICYCLES *Jb\J Resiesiber— 1. The Vendors are not ashamed to disclose their name, as the Bicycles are absolutely the highest grade, and will bear the closest scratiuy by experts. 2. Every Purchaser will get a written guarantee, signed by OATEVLOWRY & CO., whose reputation for honest dealing is unquestioned. 3. There is no trickery about this Sale, as OATES, LOWRY & CO. are permanently established m Ashburton, and are not " here to-day and away to*morrow/' 4. That the Btcyoles will be on view on Friday and Morning of Sale. 6. That the Date ia SATURDAY, Ist July, at 2.30 p.m. 6. That the Place is ARCADE AUCTION ROOMS. Bicycle Auction Sale. G 313

I AM NOW BUYING €lo«d Sound Samples of WHEAT. D. THOMAS.

Henry Stephenson Great Benefit Bicycle Sale AT HENRY STEPHENSON'S Auction Rooms. SATURDAY, Ist July, 1905 fTIHE New Zealand Agents of the Advance Cycle Co., of Coventry, England, have received instructions to Offer for Sale, 200 Machines By Auction, Absolutely Without Reserve, The First Lot of 40 New Machines Wiil be sold by MR HENRY STEPHENSON at his Rooms, Havelock Street, Saturday, July Ist

The Advance Cycle Co. fully realise that a Sale of this character will probably result m direct loss of J6700, but they trust that the huge advertisement thus obtained will bring increased Sales m the future. The great and important feature about this Sale is that Every Bicycle offered is brand new, most modern design, and of highest grade. Equal to any Fikbt Grade Machine on the Market. The Machines are fitted with Plated Westwood Rims, Vulcanised Tyres, halfinch Roller Chains, Reversible Handle Bars, Latent Saddles, Free Wheels and Brakes, with all extras, and comprise the following— OA LADIES' MACHINES, assorted £j\j heights, with Free Wheels and Brakes Qf\ GENTS' MACHINES, all heights, 6J\f with Free Wheels and Brakes All English Made Machines. I Over 1000 of these Machines are now on the roads m Canterbury, giving first-class satisfaction, and all Machines are fully guaranteed ior 12 Months from date oi Sale by the Advance Cycle Co., England. i I The Machines will be on view at Mr Stephenson's Auction Room, Thursday, June 29th, and sold by Public Auction on Saturday, Ist July, At 2 p.m. Without Eksebve. HENKT STEPHENSON, 6 250 Auctioneer.

armr ANTED Known—A special purchase T ? of Silk Velvets (14 sha*-*), usual price 3s 6d, now selling at Is lid. Mitchell and Tceneb

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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