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Wanteds, etc. WAN l ED. WA KTED-- A Ycun2 Woman <is Kelp ; mush be abe to do needlework, and ttsed to children. aUo liolp with hnnßework. Good wages to a suitable person Apply " E. 5.," 7 71 Guardian Offico. WANTED. T")fTANTED to Purchase in nny QuanH tity-S'COND HAND SACKS. A pp'y THE N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OPERA-TIVE ASSOCIATION OF CANTER, HURT, liTD. (Ash burton 765 Branch). WANT ED-Boy, to make himself generally useful. Apply, with references, Chertsey Hotel. 7 67 WANTKD— A Fmart Boy to learn the bakery trade.—E. Banuahan. j 7J38 A HUNDRED Piper 3 and a' and a' aft /I Pipe Bond Social To-Night, Oddfellow;,' Hall. 7 59 FOR SALE.—Purebred Wyandotto and Wliito Lpjfhom rallet-s.—Aj.ply IT. <;ox, o-<r I>. Th.-mas'Sto:e. 7 54 TOST, on Sunday, be-w^en Tanciod A an i Co «to ry—O h Gold *'vi witli sl.o ■ pendant. Fin dor j lease re uru to Mau-OHim. B w«nl. 774 \ %JAN I'i'D fftiowu—l liHvfi taken over •: $ the luibiness of H. Robinson, ' ec--Ind Hand Dealer, Triangle. All letters promptly aMej ded to.—V, BUSHNTPJ. \J¥T ANTED—Housekeeper for Wotting v » Blau, or Old Couple to live in house freni-. f'reo) and mind children. Also, Good Ploughman, Two Housfiniid-Wait-n.s. es for Boarding Houses Apply — THOMAS'S REGrSTRY, Fast Street ... Ashburton. X ATRST BOOKS-" My Fifieen Lost AJ Yeais," by ftfrs JVJaybrick, "Free Opinioufi " by Mnvio < orelli, " S^ndy " by Mrs Hegan Rice, " Canada As lb Is" by I'orfter t'ra?er. All at Thomas's Landing Library. ICO move Subf.c;nt'era wanted. " iua'l eubs'TipM m. CFIA-^. TUOMAS, Stationer nnd New 3 A^ent, last Street, Ashliu< ton. QAY !-People wha Buy tin ir Wedding O and En^a^enifnt Kin^R from Fkaxk Curtis aro Pi'ople who aare money and got tho -Newest and J'o*t Goody. WELDON'o Ladies' Journa', Baziav of Chiidren's Fashions, Illustrated Diessmaker, Lady's Companion, Young Ladios' Journal, and others just to baud. H. M. JONES, Booksellei and btationer. CARS—Several nearly new '«»fc Cars for salf>, prices from .£Bo— O. 11. CARBON, CYCLE & MOTOR WOKKS. MY WORD WHAT DO YOU THINK?"—BERT AMOS, at the Ready Monoy Shop, >s selling 50 dozen Ladies'Hoso at lOd pair, Sltirtn Is lid, Whit j and Unbleached Tabling Is 3d and Is Gd por yard, double size Whit* Colonial Blankets Ids 6d par par. Bargains to the right of you, Birgnins to the lefc of you; in fact Bargains all around you, "At the Ready Money Shop," Tancred Street (opposite Arcade). WANTKD - Buyer 3to call and inspect our Lsrge Stocks of Household Furnishings. .Everything you want, from a Wooden Spoon to a Houseful of Funrture.— T. H. Undutll & Co. Tancred Streak y;I OW is it that BERT AMOS caa sell ta. Drapery, Clothing, and Boots cheaper than any place iv town? Why h«.> sells for cash (no bad dobtb), email profits and quick returns. He certainly does not give you a bonus once a year, but ho gives them all the yeiir round. Yon jubt try the RKADY-MONEY SHOP Tancbed Street Opposite Arcade WANTED KNOWN—A Young Lady, well accomplished and of exquisite taste, wishes to correspond with a Gentleman with a view to matrimony, but the stipulates that the Drapery and Clothing must be purchased from BERT AMOS, who is the Cheapest and most Reliable Draper in the Town. Give him a turn, and you will then always deal at the RFADY-MONEY SHOP, Tancred Street (Opposite Arcade). Public Notices. 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 stock) 10s per doz. Pluuis, Pears, Peaches, Apricots, Cherries, etc. Gooseberries and Currants 3s 6d per doz, Whinham'fl Industry Gooseberry 5s per doz. Laurels, 1 yr, 9s 100. Cup. Macrocarpas, 2 yrs, 8s 100, P. Insignu,?, P: Muricata, Larch, S. Birch, Holly, Launetinus, Ornamental Trees and Shrub?, a gre'it variety, including Camellias, Rhododendrons, Cedrus Deodara. Roses f roia 8s doz. I have also a Largo Stock of Araucaria Imbricata (Monkey Puzzle). Being the Oldest Established Nursery in the County, Custemors can rely on getting the best at Lowest Prices. Planting done by Contract, and guaranteed 12 months. INSPECTION INVITED. James Porter, Nurseryman and Florist, Allenton, ASHBURTON. 7 1 JL I OjIJJk. xjULJL Lid* F.P.O.C, Doctor of Optics. HAVING devoted over five years to special study of the eye, and passed bis Doctor's Degree at the College of Philadelphia, may be consulted on all defects .of the eye remed'able with glasses. THE OUT-OF-DATE PR\CIICB of going to the ordinary optician, who tests with a trial case LARGELY BY GUESSWORK, or else sells over the counter, is HIGHLY DANGEROUS, as not beingable to distinguish BETWEEN OPTICAL DEFECT AND DISEASE, the sight is often ruined. RIY CONSULTING ROOM, lit with artificial light, and fitted with the FISEsT and MOST ELABORATE sight-testing apparatus in Canterbury is at your service. Consultation Free. PRICES STRICTLY MODERATE. Trees I Trees S ERUTT TREES, of nil Varieties, Young and vigorous, at 10s per doz. All Apples on Blight Proof Stocks ROSES—An Unrivalled Collection, from 8s per dcz. HEDGE TREES (Well Grown & Rooted) Laurels, f.trong 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 4b per doz. The Largest Stock in the County. Whinham's Industry Gooseberry— 6s per dozen. INSPECTION INVITED. J. Millichaiup and Sons, Bridge and Terrace Nurseries, Ashfourton. 6 3«1

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6614, 6 July 1905

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