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R. Y. FERGUSON. For Private Sale. ~1 Qf\f\ A-Gi^s- Government Grazing IOUv Run, 5 years' Jensa to run at a low rental. Seasonable Goodwill E. Y. FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent. For Private Sale. 2M& ACRES Freehold, divided into 9 /O Paddocks, 7 room Dwelling. Waßhhouee, Shearing fehed, et%. K.K.f\ ACRES Government Leasehold OOy 3 years to run at low rental; given in with Freehold. For full particulars apply to E, Y. FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent. For Private Sa'e. mACEES Leaee-in-Perpetuity, divided into 7 Paddocks; all well fenced and watered. 3 room Dwelling, Stables, Chaffhouse, Shearing Shed, Yards, etc. Reasonable Goodwill. E, Y. FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent. For Private Pale. ~fl £$4~\f\ ACRES, divided into 1C iOly \J Paddocks; all well fenced and watered; 6 Roomed Dwelling, Stables, Woolshed, Dip, .Sheep Ynrds, etc. Close tc Post Office and School. Carrying 800 sheep and 50 bead cattle. Situated in Clutha District, Southland. Price M 5s per aore R. Y. FEBGUSON, Land and Estate Agent FOR PRIVATE SALE 1 f\ t^f\ ACRES, all well subdivided IUO\7 securely fenced and wel watered; all in best o£ heart. Good sheej Farm. 8-Roomed Dwelling ; Stables Woolshed, Yards, etc ; every convenienc* Easy Terms. R. Y. FERGUSON, Land and Estate Agent. FOE PRIVATE SALE. QAh ACB.ES, Lease in Perpetuity,^ Ot/ 9 Miles from Railway Station, £ m le from School; 6 room Dwelling, Wash' house, etc.; Shearirjg Shed, Stable, and all necessary buildiugs ; 14 Acres English Grass, balance tnssocW; all level land ; carrying 450 Breeding Ewes. Low rental; reasonable goodwill. For Private Sale. KQA ACRE Farm; in Ashbnrfcon OOU District; all well subdivided and watered ; 50 Acres Turnips, balance in English grass, most young Rrass ; all firstclass fattening country ; 7-room Dwelling, Stable, Woolshed, Yards, etc. ; in fact every convenience for working Property. Stock can'be taken with Property if required. fl. .Y. FEROU^ON LAND & ESTATE AGEtfT, ASHBURTON. BUSINESS NOTICES. ;a— wwii ■■"■'■ ""■■■ i"»— ■*" I millinery. j (Beautiiul and Artistic, but at j sale prices) i A SPECIAL LTNE lot Beautiful cJk hand-made Hats is now Leicg produced to your special order for 15s 6d. These Hats embody the i newest ideas in ttyle, while the ; moderate price for such really good || Hats undoubtedly facilitate? economy. ; For 10s 6d we are trimming Smart ! Straws in stylish fashions to suit all j tastes. Tree Planting Season. WE have a Large Stock of Forest Trees, all well rooted and well grown. Fruit Trees of every description true to name and on Blight Proof Stocks. Shrubs and Flowering Plants in great .atiti'y. We stock Seeds of all kinds for the Farm >nd Garden. NOW IS THE TIME TO PLANT. rnspection tnvitbd. Pbices on Application. G. & C. Clark, Asiiburton Nursery. 6 31 a. GIIESHAM, Surgeon & Mechanical DENTIST. By Examination, October, 18&7. SURGERY in Burnett Street, near Mitchell and Turner's. Local Amesthetics and Gas administered. Hours of attendance-—9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m, Pei/ate Residence—Havolock Street west Night Sight, | WINTER NIGHTS are easily j spent if you c n read with ) comfort, but if your Eyes get tired | or the print blurs ani your head starts aching, it shows they require expert attention. The out of date practice of pioking i*p a pair of Spectacles anywhere is h-ghly unsatisfactory. I have the litest sight testing Instrumouts end a specially constructed Consulting Room, rvhnre you can be skilfully fitted. Consultation free. Charges most moderate, Frank Curtis, F.P.0.U., Doctor of Optics, Oculists' Optician. TRY one of our Is Boxes of Stationery The quantity and quality can'fc be beat. The reason we are able to give our Customers such good values in Boxed Stationery is due to the fact that we buy right and we buy big, 1000 boxes at a time being our U3ual purchase.—A. T. H. WILLIAMS, Stationer, otc. East Street. DEADLY Soap Extract means sore hands. "PAINUI" Washing Fluid ; doesn't. i

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6610, 1 July 1905

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6610, 1 July 1905

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