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j b'USIKESS NOTICES - te— ~*jt' NEW tfTTfff BEDSTEADS; ; .^^j^,.),.^ q i^J &r^ji , <&> . Just Arrived. fe>v A ISSSA^^SI S A Manufacturer's Sample 'At sa^ie prices> a Full-sized Bedstead from KAPOK & OTHER BEDS, our own make, AT REDUCED PRICES. All Bedding Guaranteed Sweet and Pare. T. H. XMDBILL & CO. Cabinetmakers, Upholsterers, etc. Note address—Tattered Street, opposite The Arcade' •iT¥— r-vr iii i i ■n-irtir~Trw«-aTj~iiimi in in wimh« in»«i'ii(l n in ii m n ■wn—■—■— —WiWlWl—Mßti , SHIVERY DAYS. Follow the lead of thousands Of others, by using AULSEBROOK'S COCOA A Warming and Invigorating ) Drink at all times. SALE. J3AIJ3' SALE. NICHOLAS & PICKFORD —BEING OVEBSTOCKED AND IN WANT OF BOOM —■— In order* to reduce StooV and make room for goods arriving, we will hold a Pennine Clearing Sale for %l Days. The Stock must be reduced. No consideration of profit will be allowed to inteifere vrith this object. Discounts range irom 10 to 20 per cent. All in want of smart Shoes or Bocts for the coming holidays should make a point of visiting this Bale and securing some of the Bargains; Remember—The primary ooject of this Sale is to reduce stock. NICHOLAS & PICKFORD,; EAST STREET ASHBURTON I _ ■—" 45,000 , ' g^7~iHg| cooking 0^ ' w-^--J-^>^J''''''"''''''"^ r:'l^> ÜboUbo in the Colony. They btir Lignite m, <V>"".a-f iff^T*" c TrneCorl, or Wood, npto2ft6in. Q |^Hrriss>!' ;i No Setting Eeauired. "^?5 il <V!^*-2^*s» With Stove Pipe can be worked out a he ! <^:>2^li« open. Splendid Bread Bakera. With v i (*«"»*»j 3wß«s3saa«K==J| cast iron or copper boilers. The copper Isai T"mTTSt WMWMtM'' boilers are large and tin lined inside. fc. I.'. i', P? ' *l**" l"wr^: Bir^*^~"£^j~y( Repairs are a minimum. Made in all B^JflpmMmiH Xliiiiiwi hi"""' 1! T"T sizes, single or double. High or low pres ■^"'■" . ■'" . ''" ■ ■r*SSm^ sure boilers. ' Sold by all Ironmongers from whom •■ Catalogues can be obtained from the makers. M. E. SHAGKLOGK, LTD Southend Foundry, Princess -Street Dunedin v PROFITABLE SHL POULTRY FARMING. SSSS.--Tflf?i /"*i Q In larger numbers than before if you use SINGEE'S EGG ill V7T \Xk5 PRODUCER with your Poultry Food. TT'/~ N< /~1 d Get your Hens over their Moulting and sfcart themjlayingjby JUilXljrio using SINGER'S EGG PRODUCER. TTli^ rf^ C! Fertile Eggs, healthy Chiokß, prime poultry, [if .SINGER'S _CiV* XXKJ EGG PRODUCER is used in the first place. TPd^ /^ Q To win in the Egg Laying Competition bring up your Hens XU VT-IXO on STNGER'S EGG PRODUCER. PACKETS Is 6d, and Bulk STORES & BONNINGTON'S, CHRISTCHURCH AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Continued Prosperity. Phenomenal Success. THE FIFTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORTTU3T ISSUED, DISCLOSES EXCEPTIONALLY FAVOURABLE J RESULTS. New Assurances issued for the year 1904 ... ... £ 3>739-3 01 Total Assurances in force (including bonus additions) ... 64,616,946 Accumulated Funds 20,567,134 Annual Income 2>l Q Al° Divisible Surplus for Year ... 618,485 YIELDING REVERSIONARY BONUSES OF ABOUT ONE MILLION TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS STERLIMG. The Industrial Department is now in full working order. EVERY DESIRABLE FORM OF POLICY ISSUED BY THE SOCIETY FROM TO £10,000. i DIRECTORS OF THE NEW ZEALAND BRANCH.—The Hon. Chas. John Johnston, M.L.C., Chairman; A. De B. Brandon, Esq., Deputy-Chairman; the Hon E. Richardson. C.M.G., John Duncan, Esq., and Joseph Joseph, Esq. EDWARD W. LOWE, Resident Secretary. New Zealand Branch— Custom House Quay, Wellington Diatriot Office—Cathedral Square, Christchurch. \ imKam ■ ** G . £ FRANCIS, District Secretar 1

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6607, 28 June 1905

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6607, 28 June 1905

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