MANCHESTER BROS. FINDING that wo are very much overstocked m many lines m CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, and GROCERY, wo have decided upon holding A Colossal Sale FOH THREE WEEKS.—From .9th t<> 30th June REMEMBER—This is a REAL LIVE SALE m all Departments, not merely a Reduction of a few Catch Lives. Although many linos will bo cold below lauded cost, we will give jtfgconnt, Tickets with a!S <*asli Purchases. Equivalent to a Bonus of 3 per cent, m Cash, or 5 percent, m Goods. FTO A £< 1 "Wo hay 3 been appointed Sole Agents m Ashburton for tne famous JL JJJx3LO« J KOZIE TEA, considered by connoisseurs to be tha Finest Tea on the Colonial Market. To popularise these Teas, we will, during the Sale, sell them at a Reduction of 2d per lb all round. Usual Price - Sale Price N.B.—Each Packet and Tin contains a No. 4s~ 2s Is lOd Coupon available for Kozie Tea No! 3— Is ).0d Is 8d Competition for Valuable Prizes. No*. 2— Is 8d Is 6d We can supply excellent Teas from Is per lb. /"I TTft iO,iOiTr^~&">~u""TmC!l We quote a few lines m Groceries, but everytrUUUJCjUJLlii&j thing is reduced.
We also wish patrons to note that wo st and moEt oppr s d Sugar—per 501 b bag lls Bd, per lb 0 2£ Oatmeal (beet) per 2olbs bag 2s 4d, 71bs for • 010 Kerosene —p«?r case 7s fid, per tin 3 9 (.:urras.t3—(c;eaued) per pound 0 3-J Sultanas— „ „ 0 4^ seeded Kaisins— „ „ 0 H Prunes— „ „ ° 5 Mixed spice—pec packet 0, 1 flavouring Essences—4 for 1 0 Icing .Sugar—3l bfi for 1 0 Cornflour (best maize)— i for 1 0 Hudson's Extract—lo for 1 0 Klenzo-1 for 10 Snnd Soap—4 for 1 0 WaFhing So^a—per pound 0 1 „ Soap— „ bar from 0 4 Blacking~per dozen 0 4 Nugget Polish—per tin 5d and 0 S Plaids Matches—per dozen 0 3s--250 Vestas „ „ „ 1 * 1000 „ „ „ box 0 4 Wood „ „ packet 0 3 Barley—per lb ° 2 Sago—l2lb? for I 4 Tapioca—l2'bs for 1 4Rise -per bag 7s lOd, per pound olf Salmon (outlet)-per tin lid, (good) 0 9 Fiesh Herrings „ „ ° *H Kippered „ 3 tins for 111 Herring m sauce 3 „ „ . 1 H G roper— per tin 0 5 Mackerel— „ „ ° 7 Oysters— „ „ ° 6 Camp Pies— „ „ 10 Jams—3 tine for 1 0 „ 2 jars for * 2 Cream of Tartar—per lb 1 2 Carb. of Soda- „ „ 0 2
NOTE THE ADDRESS— MANCHESTER BEOS., (Late CARSON & CO.) Next "THE CORNER," Tancred Street. 4 356
Friedlander Bros,, Ltd. Saturday, July Ist, 1905. Alteration Date of Sale. "TVTOTIGE—The Properties of Mrs S. J. J_N Lowe, Lowcliffe, and Mr W. S. Helem, Tinwald, previously advertised to be Sold on SATURDAY LAST, will be offered on above date at our West Street Sale Rooms, At 1.30 p.m. 6 318 FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD.
HORSE FAIR. <jT\UR next Horse Fair will take place on Friday, July 14th, 1905, for which we are now booking Entries. FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD., R. FRIEDLANDER, 6 307 Auctioneer.
Public Notices. Educating the Horse. PROFESSOR THEODORE LICHTWARK; will give Class Leßsons m Mr Ironside's Smithy, Methven, on TUESDAY, June 27, at 7.30 p.m., and every Evening at 7.30 p.m. Class Ticket, M Is, will admit to all Lessons. 6 311 ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. A SPECIAL General Meeting of Members will be held TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), at 2.0 p.m. Bharp. BUSINESS—To conarm Rules and Regulations. The Ordinary Committee Meeting will be held at 2.30 p.m. on the same day. J. B. CHRISTIAN, 6 320 Secretary.
Change of Business. HAVING Sold my Bakery Business and Premises m Wills Street to Mr E. A. Constable, I hereby Thank my Customers and the Public for their Liberal Patronage during the last 20 years, and trust thes will continue to deal with my successor. WM. BRYANT. In reference to the above, I beg to inform the Clients of the Old Firm and the general Public, that I will continue to Supply the BEST BREAD and SMALL GOODS as usual, and trust to have a continuance of their patronage. E. A. CONSTABLE. 6 3i2
-T^TATURE STUDY BOOKS—"Nature J^l Study m New Zealand," " Plant Life," " Insect Life," " Nature m Außtralia," "Eyes and No Eyes/ "Animals of New Zealand." These Books should be m every home. H. M. JONES, Bookseller and Stationer.
FOR SALE. TVTEW Modern Workman's Cottage, J3l partly plastered, detached washhouse, etc., together with two sections. Liberal terms of payment. T. BULLOCK.
FOR SALE Suburban Property, what is often asked for. 5 ACRES, 2 roods, 14 perches, first-class Land, fronting the Mill Creek. Good sight for a House. Liberal terms of payment can be arrange d Apply to T. BULLOCK.
ENGINE Driver, 14 years' experience, Fir3t-class Certificate, seeks situation driving Traction Engine.either hauling or threshing.—Thomas' Registry, East street, Aehburton.
WANTED Known—sl Newest Inverness Coats at Otic Guinea.— Mitchell and Turner.
WANTED Known—l 4 different colors of Silk Velvet at Is lid, usual price 3b 6d.—Mitohsll and Turner.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905
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