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BUSINESS NO riCWS. JjJLO bOT Kjdfl Oj HOTOII (JARS BATTERIES BATTEtIIKS C.AN now bo Charged at any tirno of the day by an EIACIRICAL INSTALLATION lately import-oil from tlin well-known Firm of Kloctrical Entfinoor', Messrs CROMPTON & CO., LTD., of Cheltnsford, England, und sot up ia the Promises of T. E. KILWOKTH, Engineer, Plumber, etc, who will bo pleased tv shew the process to those interested in MOTOR CARS & MOTOE CYCLES. FOR SALE, Cheap—One small vertical Steam Engine and Boiler. Price v 825, Thos. E. Xi I worth, Engineer. Plumber. Etc.. TANCRED ST. ASHBURTON, -F. R. HYDE & (JO,, SANITARY AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, PLUMBERS, GASFITTERS, AND SHEET IRON WORKERS. In Thanking our Patrons for the liberal support accorded us in the past, we would like to direot the public generally to a few points of advantage respecting our latest Acetylene Gas Generators, which have found much favour at the hands of those who have brought our pa f ent into practical; use. In the first place the generators are absolutely safe and fire proof, and the testimonials that we have received unsolicited place our manufacture second to none in the market for superiority of light and make, economy, simplicity and general utility. It manufactures the gas as you require it, while it will supply a hundred or a thousand lights as easily and as brilliantly as it will supply one. To obviate any waste of gas, the generator is so contrived that the supply is in no case greater that the demand, which prevents accumulation of gas and rendars a large gasometer or reservoir unnecessary, and our generator can be re-charged with absolute safety, while the flights being of handy size, it can be placed in any building without occupying but a very small space. When illumination is not required, the generator does not manufacture gas, so that any waste of material is out of the question. In conclusion, we can safely and truthfully assert that our Automatic Acetylene Has Generators are now being extensively recognised as the standard of excellence. They produce a good light, a cheap light, aud a reliable light-, and a light superior to either coal gas or electricity. Orders or enquiries will receive prompt attention. F. R. HYDE & CO., Sole Patentees and Manufacturers. Tancred Street, Ashburton. Telephone 31. SALE —OF— SAMPLES, Bought at 13s 4d in the £, ALL NEW GOODS THIS SEASON, including— Men's Shirts, „ Hats, „ Caps, „ Ties, „ Underwear, Children's Hals, Caps, Etc, AND Several Special Lines, MUST GO OTIS MONTE. W. HTPearce, Draper and Clothier, East Street. - NORTHERN STAR - - POTATO. - THE TALK OF THE WORLD. T>EAD WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT JXt IT. Mr Thos. Thornton, a member of the Canterbury Fruit Growers' Association, from a single pound of the Northern Stai Potato Seed planted laat year, has just dug • 264 lbs of good quality. A Grower near Dunedin dug 1,100 lbs from 7 lbs of seed planted. ! Another Grower states that he dug nearlj 5 cwt from 2 lbs of Northern Star planted We are taking Orders for this Famous Potato for delivery early in July, at Is pei lb, or 12 lbs for 10s 6d. Fletcher Bros,, CA'-H SUPPLY STORES. Money to Lend, I HAVE various Sums for Investment oi Town and Country Securities at Lowesi Current Rates of Interest. G. H. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, BURNETT STREET, Ashburton Special Lines ... AT ... Special Prices. BLANKETS and Bugs, Woollen Underwear, Ladies' Jackets an 1 Rainproof Coats, and a Large Assortment of Seasonable Goods for Winter Wear at — 11. C. Barrett's Drapery, Clotning, and Boot Warehouse. POULTEY. POULTRY. POULTRY. LARGE ORDERS to Hand. A Rise in the Market. - CE. WILSON -- Is a Cash Buyer of Ducke, Rooster?, and Hens. Highest Prices given on Train any Station for all Poultry that pass Government Poultry Grader, Ashburton. Further Particulars apply C. R. WILSON, Auotioneer and Agent, 4 44fi Christchuroh. 1 RAINBOW^ ASK FOB WIPEMOUT, the Champion COUGH MIXTURE. It never fails to onre. ASK FOR WIPBM OUT, the Champion Cure for COUGHS, I COLDS and ASTHMA. J » H , | |M||| - —^

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6614, 6 July 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6614, 6 July 1905

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