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BUSINESS NOTICES. New Bakery BusinessHAVING purchased from Mr E. A. Constable hi 3 Triangle Bakery Business, I am now prepared to supply the best- Bread and Small Goods at the lowest current rates, and trust to receive a fair share of custom. Having engaged the services of a firstclass baker from Christchurch, ouetomers may rely on getting bread of the very best quality. H % Wi ROBINSON, 6 345 TRIANGLE BAKEEY. r QWotfw imW I&RQgaT QJSOJK It is just the thing. Our Windows show you that our Wall IRE QUITE EXCLUSIVE IK A. DESIGN & COLOURING. Our Shipment ex-Tonganro, is absolutely the Finest Selection EVER SHOWN IN ASHBURTON. Before selecting elsewhere, MAKE A POINT of Visiting onr Establishment,ti ' and Inspect Oar Designs, Which are the LATEST & MOST UP-TO-DATE Ever introduced here. CHAPMAN & TESRIS, BURNETT STREET. 35; y\UR!NG the Sale Period we H I_/ are making Ladies*' Dresses H tor 12s 6d. Ihe Dresses will be H made in our usual high-class |H I mauner. Th' 3 offer make 3 our pi i Sale pvicf'H for seasonable Dross |H m Stuffs doubly import int. Spectacles ... AND ... Eyeglasses. [Gold, Gold Filled, Nickel, andjg Steel. ■ I HAVE the LITEST and BEST Appliances for testing the ACUTENESS OP VISION, and can fit Glasses to Remedy any ERROR of REFRACTION, including " Astigmatism" CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. L. S. McCLURG, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN, Somerset Builings, Burnett Street,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6612, 4 July 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6612, 4 July 1905

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