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I Tend< rs. TENDERS WANTED— 'JLVnders f-T 200 Chains of Gorse Cutting. Apply SAMUEL BROWN, 769 Wakanui. FOUTH RAKAIA EOAD BOAED. nnENDETtS for Gorse Cutting and ■ 1. Giuibing Close fit 4 p.m. on MON- , DAY, 17th July, 1905. Particulars at Office. L, OXLEY, 7 S3 Clerk. VV anted s, etc. WANTED. WANTED— A Young Woman SB Help must be able to do needlework, and used to children, also help with housework, Good wages to a suitable person Apply " H. 5.," 7 71 Guardian Office. WANTED -Sewing by tho day. Apply Miss Park, care of Mrs Arthur Cox Street. 7 93 FOUND— Tan and white Sheep Dog, Owner can have same on paying expenses.—Apply Office of this paper. 79? r ONG BEACH Horticultural Society— l_i Annual Meeting, Longbeach tchool, Tuesday next, 8 p.m. 7 94 TO LET—7 Roomed Dwelling and i Aore land on East Belt. Apply Guardian Office. 7 97 j EONAIiD S. iMcCLUBG has some aJ very piety Engagement Eings in stock. Prices to suit every ore. (Private room). Somerset buildings. 777 WANTED Known—l have taken over the business of H. Robinson, Second Hand dealer, Triangle. All lettarß promptly attended to.—V. BUSHNIE. "■C7 OUNG Man requires Situation Driving JL Cart, or Light Work of any description ; well educated, good references. Apply— THOMAS'S EEGISTRY, East Street ... Ashburton. f TTTANTED—GeneraI or Lidy Help for H Christchurch ; Nurse 10s, Genera' 128 for Ashburton, loth same place; 2 Housemaids 12s week. THOMAS'S REGISTRY, East Street ... Ashburton. SAY !—People who Buy their Wedding and Engagement Rings from Frank Curtis are People who save money and get the Newest and Best Goods, il 7 ANTED Known — That for the \'\ Smartest and Neweßt Clothing for Boys,--Mitchell and Turner are " right." WELDON'S Ladies' Journa', Bazaar of Children's Fashions, Illustrated Dressmaker, Lady's Companion, Young Ladies' Journal, and others just to hand. H. M. JONES, Booksellei and Stationer. MY WORD WHAT DO YOU THINK?"—BEET AMOS, at the tteady Money Shop, is selling 50 dozen Ladies' Hose at lOd pair, Skirts Is lid, Whit} and Unbleached Tabling la 3d and Is 6d per yard, double riza White Colonial Hiankets 15b 6d p9r pair. Bargains to the right of you, Bargains to the lofc of you; in tact B rgains all around you, " At the Ready Money Shop," Tancred Street (opposite Arcade). GAS LAMPS—Electro 7s 6d, Nordlight 12s 6d, Phenomenon 153, Phenomenon Motor cycle 20a; Kieman's Carriage or Car Gas Lamps from 35s each — G. H, Carson, Cycle and Motor Works. OIL LAMPS—Our Lamps stay lit. Millo 6s fid, Captain (made by J. Lucas & Sons) 7s 6d, Germania 10s 6d, Koh-I-Noor 14s 6d, Motor Cycie lamps at lowest prices. - The G. H. Carson Cycle and Motor Works, TANCRED STREET. WANTED Known—That great lumps ha?e been chopped off regular prices ready for the great sale at Mitchflii 6 Turksr's WATEEPROOF CAPES.—Prices from 103 to 15s ; Mudguards, Bluemel's Genuine Celluloid from 7a 6d ; Steel Guards fitted from 7s 6d, Mudguard Flaps 9d each, Saddle Covers, Lindsay's, 3s fid, 3 in 1 Oil for Cleaning and Preventing Rust, and for Lubricating. Trouser Cuffs, long, 3s 6d. The G. H, Carson C>cle and Motor Works, Tancred Street. MOTOE ACCESSOEIES.—Mica Spark Plugs 7s 6d, Porcelain Plugs 3a 6d, Genuine Da Dion Porcelains with wires 3s. Exhaust and Inlet Valve Steins, A.O.V. and M.O.V. Valve Springs. Single Switches with Plug. 2 Way Switches. Handle Switches. P. and E. Accumulators. Te=t Lamps. Voltmeters. Goggles. Leather Coats and Breeches. Tools, etc. Prices right. The G, H. Carson Cycle and Motor Works, Tancred Street. Public Notices. COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD. A COMPETENT, Energetic Travelling Representative is required for Ashburton District. Apply by letter to A. E. THOMAS, 761 District Manager, Christchurch. ALL Claims against the Estate of the . late John Ore are requested to be forwarded in duplicate to the Undersigned not later than July 20th. All Debts owing to the Estate are requested to be paid to The Executors of the late John Orr, C/o JOHN OER & CO., Ashburfcon. _7_4fl Methven Saleyarcls. mHE NEXT HORSE FAIR, Will be held, on Thursday, July 2<Hl* 7 78 G. H. ALINGTON, Secretary. Rangltata Road Board. "WfrOTICE is hereby given that, at an ordinary meeting of the above Board to be held at the Board's Office, Lismore, oc THURSDAY, 3rd August, 1905, at 2 p.m., a resolution to take effect as a Special Order will be proposed, and, if though! expedient, passed, making By-laws undei ''The Public Works Aot, 1894," and th« Acts amending the same, to prohibit th< use of shoes, clogs, or spikea upon traction engines travelling on public roads withir the Eangitata Eoad District; |and also tc regulate the width of the tires of waggons oc lorries having four wheels or more anc drawn by traction engines. A copy of the proposed By-laws is de posited at the Board's Office, Lismore, ant will be there open to the inspection of al the ratepayers during office hoars up to th< 3rd August. By order. H. J. C. HAEPEE, Clerk of the Eangitata Eoad Board. g July Ist, 1905. 7 2

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6616, 8 July 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6616, 8 July 1905