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News in Brief

Fre3h tenders are invited for additions to the Orange Hall. Tenders, to close on Saturday, Ist pros, are invited fof ploughing about 280 aorea of grass land at Winalow. The New Zealand estate of the late Sir Frederick Sargood has been finally certified for stamp duty at .£200,838. The New Zealand Association Football tram at present m Sydney defeated a New South Wales team on Saturday by 6 goals to 4. .:., The properties of Mrs S. J. Lowe, Lowcliff c. and Mr W. S. Helena, Tinwald, will be offered by auction by Messrs Friedlander Bros., Ltd., on Saturday next. Messrs G. and C. Clark, of the Ashburton Nursery, have large stocks of forest and fruit trees, shrubs and flowering plants farm and garden seeds. As the planting sp.ason is now on, they invite inspection of their nursery. We are still selling far below any firm m Ashburton. Sugar, 561 b bag, lls 8d; Currants, 3£d lb ; Sultanas, 4d 1b; Electric Candles, 5d lb; Colonial Wax Candles fid lb; Floar, 2001 b 16s 6d, 1001 bßs 9d, 501 b4s 6d, 251 b2s 3d; Sand Soap, 4 cakes for Is; Sago, lid lb, 121 b for la 4d; Rice, lfd lb, 561 b bag 7s lOd; Corn Flour, 4pkts for Is ; Kerosene, 7s 6d per case, 3s 9d per tin. Discount tickets given with all cash purchases.—John Orb & Co. 6 0 Since being placed on the New Zealand market the Royal Standard Pills have been m great demand. The Pills may now be obtained from all chemists and'grocers m Ashburton 3 0

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News in Brief, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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News in Brief Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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