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We are still selling far below any firm m Ashburton. Sugar, 561 b bag, Us 8d; Currants, 3|d lb ; Sultanas, 4d lb; Electric < -andl3s, 5d lb ; Colonial Wax Candles fid lb; Flour, 2001 b 16s 6d, 1001 bßs 9d, 50ib 4s 6d, 251 b2s 3d; Sand Soap, 4 cakes for Is; >-a?o, lid lb, 121 b for la4d; Rice, lsd lb, fifilb baty 7s ]0d ; Corn Flour, 4pkte for Is; Kerosene, 7s Od per case, 3s 9d per tin. Discount rickets given with all ensh purchases. —John Orb & Co. 6 0 Since bein;r placed on the New Zealand ir.arkefc the Royal Standard Pills have been iiigre.'i* dotnand. The Pills may now be oatair.ed Iroin all chemists and 'grocers m \.shburbou ' 33 Tho Moon!- Somors Coal Company (Ne iJea:n) iemiiid householders that their coal \* <me oi' tha beat and xnoax, economical on the market. Largo consumers for steam purposes* will also find thecoal vary suitable to their needs. 5

Train Services. Passenger trains depart from Ashburton daily as under: — FOG THE NOftTrl— 7.;:j0 a.m. 11.15 a.m. 3.23 p.m. (Mail) 3.40 p.m\ B.HO p.m. (Express) FOB THK SOUTH--6.50 n.m. 9.53 h.ib (Muil) 11.10 a.m. 1.45 p.m. 4.5 p.m. Tl)3 Spriufjburn train will leave Ashburtoy at 4.25 p.ica., and the train for Methven v.'il' depart "from Eakaia at 7 p.m.

Mail Hi)vices Mails for North and South close daily as follows: — Fur ChrisfcciiUrch and Intermediate S.-tationa :■— G.3C) a.m. —Fairton, Chertsey,Eakaia, and Christchurch. 10.45 a.m.— Christchurch. 'J.eO p.m (Express)-—Chertsey, Eakaia, Chrietchurch and Wellington. ;•;.!(), Dunsandel, and Burnharn. r'.2o p.m. (Express)— Christchurch. For Southern. Offices : — 6 a.m.—Tinwald, Winalow, Hinds, Baling, R;mcrifcata, Temuka, and Timaru. 9.20 a,m. (Express)—Dunedin and Intermediate Offices, p.Ki. (.yxprfjs)—Temuka, Timaru, Otuoaru, Palicdrsf.on, Dunedin. : j_3.) j l>m- — Tinwald, Winslow, Hmds, Timaru. R.. D. Dansey, Postmaster.

If he who grows two blades of grass Where ouly one had place, reserves the thanks of every clas3 And benefits the race. Then worthier still of honoured name, While coughs and colds endure, Emblazoned on the scroll of fame Is Woods' Great Peppermint Cube. PAINUI. " PAINUI" "I PAINUI," Washing Fluid, the best. WANTED Known—l 4 different colors of Silk Velvet at la lid, usual orico 3^ fid.—Mitchell and Turner. A iji^-Y Boju i oiiah is ypleudid.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6606, 27 June 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6606, 27 June 1905

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