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Henry Stephenson. Great Benefit Bicycle Sale AT ■ HENRY STEPHENSON'S Auction Rooms. SATURDAY, tst July, 1905 nnHE New Zealand Agents of the Advance Cycle Co., of Coventry, England, have received instructions to Offer for Sale, 200 Machines By Auction, , Absolutely Without Reserve. The First Lot of 4.0 New Machines Wiil be sold by MR HENRY STEPHENSON at his Rooms, Haveloak Street, Saturday, July Ist.

Tha Advance Cycle Co. fully realise that a Sale of this character will probably result m direct loss of JE7OO, but they trust that the huge advertisement thus obtained will bring increased Sales m the future. The great and important feature about this Sale is that Every Bicycle offered is brand new, most modern design, and of highest grade. Equal to any First Grade Machine on the Market. The Machines are fitted with Plated Westwood Kirns, Vulcanised Tyrea, halfinch Roller Chains, Reversible Handle Bars, Latent Saddles, Free Wheels and Brakes, with all extras, and comprise the following— OA LADIES* MACHINES, assorted mA \j heights, with Free Wheels and Brakes 2f\ GENTS' MACHINES, all heights, \ / with Free Wheels and Brakes Ail English Made Machines, Over 1000 of these Machines are now on the roads m Canterbury, giving first-class satisfaction, and all Machines are fully guaranteed tor 12 Months from date of by the Advance Cycle Co., England. The Machines will be on view at Mr Stephenson's Auc tion Room, Thursday, June 29th, and sold by Public Auction on Saturday, Ist July, At 2 p.m. Without Reserve. HENSY STEPHENSON, 6 250 Auctioneer.

The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd AUCTION MART Saturday, Ist July. A SPECIAL PUREBRED POULTRY SALE will be held, commencing at 11.30 a.m., to be followed by the usual Weekly Sale of— Poultry, Pigs, Cattle, Horses, Sundries, etc. Special Entry on account of Mrs J. Studhohne, Coldstream— 12 Purebred Pekin Ducks Also, on account of a Client, — 9 Turkeys, T. F. GIBSON, Manager. 6 108 11. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer

Friedlander Bros., Ltd." HORSE FAIR. OUR 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.

Tenders.

TT^RESH Tenders are invited for AlteraJj tions to Orange Hall, Tailored Street. Plans and Specifications may b 9 seen on application to Mr R. Bird, Architect. Tenders to be addressed to the Chairman of Trustees, care of Mr R. Bird, accompanied with a deposit of .£lO, will be received up to SATURDAY, July Ist, at 4 p.m. Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. 6 3^

Public Notices. Ashburton Presbyterian Church, i WANTED— A Caretaker. Particulars re duties and salary on application at Andrew Obb & Co. W. LANE, 6 351 Hon. Secretary. SALE OF Bank of New Zealand Forfeited Shares, IN LOTS.

mENDERS are invited by "the Bank of I New Zealand for the purchase of thirteen thousand seven hundred and eighty three (13,783) Forfeited Ordinary Shares m the Capital of the Bank of New Zealand. Conditions and form of Tender may be obtained at any Branch of the Bank. Each tender must be accompanied by a deposit of £1 per share for each share applied for, m the form of a Bank draft on Wellington, New Zealand, payable to the order of the General Manager of the Bank, and must also be enclosed m an envelope, addressed to the General Manager of the Bank of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand, and marked " Tender for Shares," and must: reach the Head Office of the Bank m Wellington on or before 3 o'clock on the 17th day of OCTOBER, 1905. The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. All shares oarry the right to any dividend hereafter declared for any period subsequent to 31st March, 1905. Wellington, 21st June, 1905. By order of the Board. A. MACINTOSH, 6 857 General Manager.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6608, 29 June 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6608, 29 June 1905

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