David Thomas. linlke!;'^ A reside. TO - MORROW, "Saturday, July Bth, 1905. MR DAVID THOMAS will Sell as above, on account of Mr R. J. Guy, a Quantity of Household Furniture, etc., consisting of Iron Bedsteads, Spring and Wire Mattresses, Marble Topped Washstanc?. Dresser Carpe1 ', Sweepers, Carpets, Crockery, and a Larga Quantity of Sundries. ; Also— A FLW BICYCLES (Balance from laa fc Week's Sale, and FOUK 50lb Cases Orange Pekoe Tea. Si's at 2 p.m. D. THOMAS, 7 64 Auotionetr. Bullock's Arcade. TO-MORROW, Saturday, Bth July, 1905 MR DAVID THOMAS has received instructions from Mr W. H. Amoe,« to sell at the above date and fixture— TOWN SRCTION No. SOS, containing ■4 ACEB, situated in (.ox Street, Ash burton. ?ale at 2 p.m. D. THOMAS, 7 GO Auctioneer. A FINALE SALE. NEXT SATURDAY AT THE ARCADE, MR D. THOMAS will Sell by Auction the Balance of "ATALANTA" BICYCLES. 5 Ladies' [Bikes. 5 Gents' BJfccs REMEMBER—| THE SALE IS BY D. THOMAS, AT THE ARCADE. 7 76 A St € A S> E HORSE FAIR. MY Next Horse Pair will be held in the Arcade on FRIDAY, JULY 28th, 1905. And throughout the Year on the Following Dates, viz. :— FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 j FRIDAY, SEPT. 29. FRLDAY NOV. 17, and FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2. DAVID THOMAS, 6 334 Ashburton. Friedlander Bros., Ltd. TO - MOEBOW, SATURDAY, JULY Bth, 1905 IMPORTANT Sale of Town Property. Half Acre, with Two Dwell in go. Situated at Corner of Burnett and William Street. MESSRS FRIEDLANDER BROS., in conjunction with MR T. BULLOCK, have received instructions from Mr James Patterson to Sell by Public Auction at their Rooms, West Street, on the above date,— HIS VALUABLE PROPERTY, situated at Corner of Burnett and William Streets, as follows :— Town Section 444, containing J-Acre, fronting Burnett Street, on which is Erected a Substantially Built Dwelling House of 7 Rooms, Verandah, Bathroom, Pantiy, Hot and Cold Water, Detaohed Washhouse, etc., etc.; formerly occupied by Mr Patterson. Town Section 443, containing £-Acre, corner of Burnett and William Street?, in which is Erected Cottage of 6 Rooms, etc. The Owner having removed to New Brighton, is the reason of the Property being Sold. Inspection Invited, TERMS AT SALE. Note Time—l.3o p.m. R. FRIEDLANDER, 7 20 Auctioneer. HORSE FAIR. /"\UK next Horse Fair will take place on Friday, July Uih 9 1905, for which we are now booking Entries. FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD., K. FBIEDLANDBR, 6 307 Auctioneer. The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd AUCTION MART TO-MORROW, Saturday, Bth July. OUR Weekly Sale will be held as usual, commencing at 11.30. a.m. Poultry ; Pigs Cattle Horses Implements Potatoes, Etc. T. F. GIBSON, Manager. 6 108 H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer Public Notices. TO LET SMALL Butcher's Shop in Triangle Buildings, near the Post Office and Railway Station, Also, Office or small Shop in Arcade. T. BULLOCK. ! WANTED— Housekeeper for Working Man, or Old Couple to live in house (rent free) and mind children. Also, Good Ploughman, Two Housemaid-Wait-resses for Boarding Houses. Apply— THOMAS'S REGISTRY, East Street ... Ashburton. LATEST BOOKS—"My Fifteen Lost Years," by Mrs Maybrick, "Free Opinions " by Marie Corelli, " Sandy " by Mrs Hegan Rice, " Canada As It Is" by Foster Fraser.—All at Thomas's Lending Library. 100 more Subeoribera wanted. Small subscription. CHAS. THOMAS, Stationer and News Agent, East Street, Ashburton. SAY !—People who Buy their Wedding anj Engagement Rings from Frank Curtis are People who save money and get the Newest and B«et Goodi.
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