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David Thomas

FURNITURE <JLftARI\G SALE. MR D. THOMAS hns rpceired instructions from Mti ,). S. TENNANT, who is leaving the district, to sell at his Kosidonce, Peter Street West (close to the County Hospital), en Thursday, 291h Juno, 1905, The Whole of His Household Furniture & Effects. Drawing Room Suite, comprising Easy Chairs, Couch, Occasional Tables, Fender and Irons. fiiniug 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. bharp. D. THOMAS, 6 150 Auctioneer.

Bullock's Arcade. BATUttDAY,~I»t My, 1905* Good House, with 5 Acres Land. MR DAVID THOMAS has received instructions from Mrs A. J. Andrews, to Sell by Public Auction as above,--Her very Desirable Suburban Property of 5 Acres of Splendid Laud, being pait of the subdivision of the Lagbmor Estate, adjoining the Ashburton Bridge, together with 8-roomed House. 3 Stalled Stable, Trap House, Chaff House, Fowl House and run, Copper built m; Good Orchard, large Raspberry Bed. A Very Cainfortable Home. Inspection Invited, TERMS AT SALE. Sale at 2 p.m. D. THOMAS. 6 243 Ashburton.

BIOT'OZaB Auction Sale. ... AT ... Bullock's Arcade, ... BY D. THOMAS ... ON .. SATURDAY Next, July Ist, At 2.30 p.m. Sharp. AS\ ATALANTA BICYCLES Af\ 4l!\/ ATALANTA HICYCLEti 4fcv/ Watch Thursday's and Friday's Papers for Special details.

RfiUEMBER — l.Tbe Vendors aie not ashamed to disclose their name, as the Bicycles are absolutely the highest grade, and will bear the closest scrutiny by experts. 2. Every Purchaser will get a written guarantee, signed by OATE.S, LOWKY & CO., whose reputation for honest dealing is unquestioned. 3. There is no trickery about this Sale, as OATIfiS, LOWRY & CO. are permanently established m Ashburton, and are not " here to-day and away to-morrow." 4. That the Bicycles will be on view on Friday and Morning of Sale. 5. That the Date is SATURDAY, Ist July, at 2.30 p.m. 6. That the Place is ARCADE AUCTION ROOMS. Bicycle Auction Sale. AT ARCADE, 6 313

ARCADE HOKSE FAIR. MY Next Horse Fair will be held m the Arcade on FRIDAY, JULY 28th, 1905. And throughout the Year on the Following Dates, viz. s— FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 5 FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, FRIDAY NOT. 17, and FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. DAVID THOMAS, 6 334 Ashburton.

T A M NOW BUYING &ood Sound Samples of WHEAT. D. THOMAS.

Public Notices. Dr. Trevor Testimonial Fund. TTNTENDING Subscribers to the above JL Fund are notified that the following members of Committee, viz., Messrs C. J. Harper, H. Davis, T. Bullock, H. Friedlandor, C. W. Purnell, C. Peter, D. Cameron (Springfield), C. Reid, S. S. Chapman, J. Newman, D. Thomas, and Dr. Hunter ; also Messrs H. H. Stephenson, F. Ferriman, P. H. Cox, T. Gibson (Farmers' Co.-Op.), The Managers of the U.B.A. and Bauk of New Zealand, and the Secretary (Mr F. Mainwaring, County Council's Offices), will be glad to receive subscriptions. 6 322 nnHE following Subscriptions have been X received by Treasurer of Ashburton Scottish Society Pipe Band fund -.—George Lamb, sen., £5, John Lambie £2 12s, Peter Stewart .£2 10s, Charles Reid £2 10s, R. Y. Ferguson £2 10s, Duncan Cameron £2 2s, Hugh Muirhead £1 3s, Donald McLean £1 Is, Ashburton Club £1 Ib, T. H.Undrill £1 Is, Thomas Bullock £1 Is. The following have subscribed £1 each: —Jas. Cow, George Robertson, J. C. N. Grjgg, John McLecd, Vet. Sur.. J. MoKenzie, Wm. Pearson, P. G. Smith, J. McLachlan, M.H.R., W. G. McDonald, Thomas Blackley, D. G. Wright, J. W. Body, James Small, William Reid, George McKae, Andrew Lane, Charles Lamb, H. Sinclair, A. Molntosh, Lover of the Pipes, Joseph Adams, J. D. Stewart, Jameß Mellor, William Proctor, Alex. McKay, T. J. Harrison, Donald Connoll, Jamea Brown, Albert Crum, Robert Millar, Samuel Scott, sen., T. P. Upton, John Small, Donald Mclntosh, Alex. Kidd, H. Whittaker, Arch. McCormack, Thomas Stewart, Donald Cameron, George Scott, R. M. Dunlop, A. Leatham, John Shearer, A. McFarlane, jun., Keece and Son, Jas. Rettie, Thomas Langley. Rev. Dean O'Donnell 10s 6d, William Lane 10s, John Stewart 10s, James Smith 10s. Total—£7l 11s 6d. Further subscriptions promised will be ! acknowledged from time to time aB received. R. Y. FERGUSON, 6 325 Treasurer. FOR One Month Only—every purchaser of " PAINUI" receives a beautiful Album of " Japanese Views." MOKO, the Great COUGH CURE, Lady writes: " Please Bend two boteles of Great Cough Cure; it ig a wonderful medioine."

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6606, 27 June 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6606, 27 June 1905

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