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Henry Stephenson. TO-BORROW T WILL R HJ i. L RY PUBLIC JL AUCTION— 3 Sows, in Pig 20 Store Pigs 25 Woaners 1 Heifer (close to calving) Also— 1 Saddler's Sewing Machine, nnd a Quantity of Drapery, comprising Blaniiotp, T-Nigp, Jackets, TrousC>ats=, Carpet?, etc. HENRY STEPHENSON, 6 360 Auctioreer. TO-MORROW, Great Benefit Bicycle Sale

HENRY STEPHENSON'S Auction Rooms. Ncthing Succeeds Like Success. Nothing Succeeds Like Success. Euccti;aged by the splendid efforts of the advance Cycle Co. to place before the Public of Ashl urton and district a Line of I'.ic.vcle3 under Uosfc Pike, it is now confident that - - The Original Sale - - OP H»e Advance Cycle Co., COMMENCING AT 2 P.jr. ON .UTUIIOAY, Ist July, 1905 AT STEPHENSON'S AUCTION" ROOM?. Will to the Public be the Success that the rnteipiisd drs ryes. It 6hould bo noted I hat you are boing offered New Bicycles just landed from England, and not a li cilly bui'.t article of inferior parts, with the transfer of another make of machine upon them. These Cycles, the well-known Advance, are not shoddy Goods, but English Goods of high quality. Imitation is the sincerest flattery. Imitation is the tiucerost flattery. We confess to feoliog flattered at the kind attention bestowed on our efforts in the puny attempts of a suddenly created opposition to our GREAT JNETIALSALE. The public will ever be the judges of what i", and what is not. Wordy warfare to the keen instinct is but the vapouring of .the jaundiced equaller. Bold facts are the rock on which we stand. The public of A3hburton are no worse judges than the rest of shrewd individuals, hence on the present occasion the AbVANCE CYCLE CO. is content to leave the decision of This Great Initial Sale This Great Initial Bale In their keeping. Roll np to the Sale at 2 o'clock. ... Thr Tijir is 2 o'clock. ... ... Tub Time ib 2 o'clock. ... ... The Time is 2 o'clock. ... TO-MORROW, Henry St-pheuson's Auction Rooms. . .

Remember that we are neither offering to the Pubic n job Line of Stock nor Old Stock, of which we might have had too much. THE ADVANCE CYCLE CO. is coming to stay, and we know that you know in offering you Bicycles by Auction on SATUKDAY we are going to lose (because we cannot help it), and you have the unique opportunity of gaining thereby. Study closely the equipment. Study closely the equipment. English built, of English parts, completeness of detail, Free Wheels, Rim Brakes, Nickel-plated Rims, all Plating English,

Henry Stephenson's Auction Rooms. TO - MORROW, 2 p.m.

BUSINESS NO TICKS. FARMS FOR SALE. YTT E HAVE FOR SALETWO FARMS OF ABOUT 600 ACRES EACH, with Good Dwellings and OutbnildiDgs ; situate near Timaru. These Farms are in a high state of cultivation, and have all the advantages of Good Roads and Markets. ALLAN & LkCEBN, 3 364 Timaru.

Trees! Trees I ERUIT TREES, of all Varieties, Young and vigorous, at 103 per doz. All Apples on Blight Proof Stocks ROSES—An Unrivalled Colleotion, from 8s per doz. HEDGE TREES (Well Grown & Rooted) Laurels, 6trong 1 yr old, 10s per 100 Macrooarpa „ 2 yr old, 8s per 100 Matipo „ 2 yr old, 9s per 100 FOREST TREES Planted by Contract, a Speciality. GOOSEBERRY & CURRANT BUSHES At 4s per doz. The Largest Stock in thk County. Whinham's Industry Gooseberry— Gs per dozen. INSPECTION INVITED. J. Millicliaaip and Sons, Bridge and Terrace Nurseries, Ashburton. 6 361

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6609, 30 June 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6609, 30 June 1905

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