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Friedlander] Bros., Ltd FOR PKIVATE SALE. WE have been instructed to Sell by Private Treaty tho foiljwing Plauts, all in thorough working order: — 1 6-U.P. Traction Engine, by ITurreil, 1401bs pressure, Empire Chadcntter, Travelling Hut, Dray and Tank. 1 8-H.P, Double-crank Comp. Engine, by Burrell, 1751bs pressure, Travelling Sawbench, 2 Hats, Dray a ad Tank. 1 Threshing Plant, romprifeing 1 8-U.P Engine (Gurrell) 185U>s pressure, 1 Combine (sffc drum), with Elevators attached, 2 Hutf, Tank and Dray. Also— 2 10 ton Wagous, Coop9r and Duncan, 2 5-ton Wagons. Corncrusher, Elevator, and Bagger 1 10-inch Chaffcuttec (Andrews and Bevan) 1 Oil Engine, 31-H.P., by Eeid and Gray Also, on account of a Client, — 1 8-H.P. Traction Fngine (Pulton) 1501b pressure, with Hood over full length of Engine. 1 Andrews and Bevan Double bagger Chaffcutter, 14inch mouth 1 Combine (Pulton), double section sft dram, Elevator and Feeder, by Duncan, Men's Wbare, 1 6-ton Wagon, Cook s Water Cart. The above Plant i 3 in first-class order. Full particulars on application to FEIEDLANDER BROS. Ltd. Auctioneers. TO LET. z^ONVENIENTLY-Situated Offices in * > West Street, recently occupied by Mr H. D. Acland and Mr C. J. Styche. Apply Friedlander Bros., Ltd. Farm for Sale AN OPPORTUNITY NOT TO BE LOST ■VTTTE have been instructed to sell by Private Treaty, A SPLENDID AGRICULTURAL FARM Comprising about 1200 acres of excellent land in the County of Ashburtoa, within very short distance of a Railway Station. There is a 6-roomed dwelling on the property, with outbuildings and other accessories requisite for efficient and profitable farming. Apply FRIEDLANDER BROS, LTD. Traction Engines. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. fgIHE undersigned have pleasure in notiJL tying that they have been appointed Sole Agents in Ashburton County tor Aveling and Porter's InYJcta Traction Engines and Other Machinery and Implements. Particulars and Prices on application to FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD. Ryegrass, Oafs, ami Wheat. FOR Prompt Delivery, we are - CASH BUYERS, At Highest Market Rates, of New Seabon'a R}'egrass, Oats, and Wheat. FB.IEDLANDER BROS., LTD. Land lor Sale, Waikato. Q/2fe^ ACRFS, 8 mile? from CainC^vpO bridge, adjoining Creamery and Schi'ol, Now House and Outbuildings. All in cultivation. Price, £8 10s. 308 ACRES, on Hamilton-Ohaupo Road a Splendid Farm, everything up-to-date Price, J6ll. 100 ACRES, a Grand Dairy Farm, Good House, etc. Price, .£lfi 10s, 8000 ACRES, Hora Hora, in Lots to suit, 12 miles from Cambridge. Grand Grazing and Sheop Country. Prices from 25s to .£5 10s. Write for Further Lists to— W. SOUTER & CO, Land Agents, Cambridge. If visiting Waikato do not fail to see Cambridge District, the pick of Waikato. 6 330 It is just the thing. 1A Tea to yotip taste. 9 \ I IT IS RATHER IMPORTANT } Ij to know where your Tea conies f f from. Experts all agree that the I a best Teas are what arc known in C \ the trade as "hill-grown"; that / £ is, they come from the Ceylon \ a highlands, where the bushes grow \ \ slower because the climate is )'> | more humid. This gives the Tea \ | not only a finer quality, but it j l ff contains much more Tea juice \' J than valley-grown Teas. i j "STAND-OUT"! I TEA I I IS A BLEND OF THE BEST ' I HILL-GROWN TEAS OBTAIN- ! \ S ABLE, and coupled with its \ quality is its absolute purity. I ALL GROCERS. ( I Our> Guarantee.—Buy a tin, try , ' * the tea for three days, then if you f 1 do not like it return in Original % % Tin with Coupon toll. Wilson & Co., I f Dunedin, who '"'.ill cheerfully refund S I your money. J ASHBURTON PERMANENT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. Deposits—Rate of Interest At Call on Every Day's Balance: Si per cent up to £200, Oa Fixed Deposit: For six months, any sum, 3£ per cent. For twelve months, any sum, 4 per cent ALBERT ROBERTS, 7 39 Manager PAINUI, Washes without rubbing. Will not mjurojiHost delicate fabrics,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6615, 7 July 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6615, 7 July 1905

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