BUSINESS NOTICES. ' " SALE. SALE. SALE;' " BOOTS, BOOTS. BOOTS- ■ At MELLOR'^ Zoalandia'Boot Store, FOR ONE MONTH only b«foro STOCKTAKING, JAS. MELLOR is holding his GREAT BOOT SALE of the Year. Every Fair Reduced in Price. StartliDg Reductions and Wonderful Bargains. Dozens and Dozens of Pairs almost g-.ven awny. Come and see for yourself. Now's your time to luy. Do not miss this chance, or you will always regret it. Remember that for years MELLOR has been noted for his high class BOOTS and SHOES. Every Pair of Boots guaranteed at MELLOR'S. WISE MOTHERS—Eemember that this Great Sale will run for ONE MONTH ONLY. So come To-day, and see the Bargains AT ■ MELLOB*S ■ Zealand ia Boot Store, Tancred Street, Ashburton.
( litingu of ftusincssHAVING Sold my Bakery Business and Premises in Wills Street to Mr j F. A, Constable, I hereby Thank my Customers and the Public for their Liberal Patronage during the last 20 yea^e, and trust they will continue to deal with my successor. WM. BRYANT. In reference to the above, I beg to inform the Clients qf the Old Firm and the general Tublitj, that I will continue to Supply the BE-T BEEAD and SMALL COODSas usual, and trust to have a continuance of their patronage. E. A. CONSTABLE. 6 3i2 FARMS FOR SALE. \7st E HAVE FOR SALETWO FARMS OF ABOUT 600 ACRES EACH, with Good Dwellings and Outbuildings ; situate near Timaru. These Farms arc in a high ?tate of cultivation, and have all the advantages of Good Eoads and Markets. ALLAN & LbCBBN, 3 364 Timaru. Trees Trees. AS the Planting Season has now commenced, I desire to call the Public's attention to my very Large Collection of Nursery Stock, the hardiest and best to be found in the County. Apples (all worked on the blight proof fctock) 103 per doz. Plums, Pears, Peaches, Apricots, Cherries, etc. Gooseberries and Currant 33s 6d per doz, Whinham's Industry Gooseberry 5s per dcz. Laurels, 1 yr, 9a 100. Cup. Macrocarpas, 2 yr?, 8s 100, P. Insignus, P: Muricata, Larch, S." Birch, tToliy, Lauristinus, Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, a great variety, including' Carnallias, Rhododendrons, Cedrns Deodara. < Roses from 8a doz. I have also a Large j Stock of Araucaria Imbrioata (M jnksy Puzzle)., Being the Oldest Established Nursery in the County. Custemors can rwly on getting the best at Lowest Prices. Planting done by Contract, and guaranteed 12 month?. INSPECTION INVITED. James Porter, Nurseryman and Florist, Allenton, ASHBURTON. 7 1 Public Notices. High Power &as Lamps. Reduction in Price, THE ASHBURTON. GAS CO., having hired a number of High Power Lamps for Lighting the Winter Show.are prepared to Sell them at a considerable reduction, to save the expense of returning the same. : On Exhibition in Arcade between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. THIS EVENING. NOTICE." HAVING sold my Livery and Bai Stables, in Wills Street, to Mr J. J. Lewis, and retiring from business, I hereby thank my numerous Customers and the General Public for their liberal patronage during the past 31 years, and trust they will give the same support to my Successor. 7 14 E- COOKSON. Canterbury Slaughtermen's Assistants' Industrial Union of Workers. IT is hereby notified for general information that the Award is now in force throughout Canterbury, and tha!} the Employment Book of the Union is at the Inspector of Faotories' Office, Ashburton. W. E. HENDERSON, President--7 19 GEO. F. GRAY, Secretary. Rangitata Road Board. T^TOTICE is hereby given that, afc an ordinary meeting of the above Board to be held at the Board's Office, Lismore, on THURSDAY, 3rd August, 1905, at 2 p.m., a resolution to take effect as a Special Order will be proposed, and, if thought expedient, passed, making By-laws under " The Public Works Act, 1894," and tho Acts amending the same, to prohibit the use of shoes, clogs, or spikea upon traction engines travelling on public roads within the Kangitata Road District; and also to regulate the width of the tires of waggons or lorries having four wheels or more and drawn by traction engines. A copy of the proposed By-laws is deposited at the Board's Office, Lismore, and will be there open to the inspection of all the ratepayers during office hours up to the 3rd August. By order. H. J. C. HARPER, Clerk of the Rangitata Eoad Board. July Ist, 1905. 1 21 I DRESS- I I MAKING! ||12s6d|| I T^UKING the Sale Period we H Jk3 are makiug Ladies' Dresses ■■ |H for 12s 6d. 'I he Dresses will be |H made in our usual high-class fll manner. This offer makes our Hj !! Sale prices for seasonable Dress H Stuffs doubly important. HI 9 )M\ /KV-§S?^ B O«§SS > B
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