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BUSINESS NOTICES j Our Windows sSiow jou Uisit our Wall TlppnT*^ Ivi on ?j AHE QUITE EXOI.IT-'TVR IN A. DE.SIWN & COLOURING. Our Shipment ex-Tonpjanro, is absolutely tbo Finest Scle<lion EVER SHOWN IN ASHBURTON. Before selecting elsewhere, MATCJ3 A POINT of Visiting our Establishment, and Inspect Oar Designs, Which are the LATEST & MOST UP-TO-DATE Ever introduced here. CHAPMAN & TERRIS, BURNETT STREET. 357 Notice to Insurers. MR G. It. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, Burnett Street, Ashburton, has been appointed District Agent for the National Fire and Marne Insurance Co. of N.Z., vice Mr Chas. Braddell, deceased. W. M. JOYNT, 3 383 Manager, Canterbury Branch Change of Iliisincss. HAVING Sold my Bakery Business and Premises in Wills Street to Mr E. A. Constable, I hereby Thank my Customers and the Public for their Liberal Patronage during the last 20 years, and trust thej will continue to deal with my successor. WM. BRYANT. In reference to the above, I beg to inform the Clients of. the Old Firm and the general Public, that I will continue to Supply the BEST BREAD and SMALL GOODS as usual, and trust to have a continuance of their patronage. E. A. CONSTABLE. 6 3i2 OVERSTOCKED 1 Overstocked !— Is Boxes of Stationery for 9d. Being overstocked in Is Boxes of Stationery, we are offering 20G0 Boxes at .9d, for a Fortnight, after which time the usual price will be charged. Thesa Boxes contains 50 Envelopes, 50 Sheets Paper and Blotting Paper; all good quality Remember 3d saved is better than 3d earned.—A. T. H. WILLIAMS, Enst Street. • A Tea to yout* taste.' t IT IS BATHER IMPORTANT J i. to know where your Tea comes I from. Experts all agree that the \ \ best Teas are what are known in C the trade as "bill-grown"; that f is, they come from the Ceylon 5 ' highlands, where the bushes grow » slower because the climate ia J more humid. This gives the Tea * not only a finer quality, but it £ contains much more Tea juice / than valley-grown Teas. f "STAND-OUT" I TEA I I IS A BLEND OF THE BEST | I HILL-GROWN TEAS OBTAIN- I ABLE, and coupled with its f quality is its absolute purity. I !ALL GR3GER3. | Our> Guarantee.—Bll3' a tin, try | 1 ihe tea for thiee days, then if you * do not like it return in Original | Tin with Coupon io R. Wilson & Co., a Dunedin, who ■• ill cheerfully refund 1 your money | Land for Sale, Waikato. Q/^K ACRES, 8 miles from CamC^OO bridge, adjoining Creamery and School, New 1 House and Outbuildings. All in cultivation. Price, £8 10s. 308 ACRES, on Hamilton-Ohaupo Road a Splendid Farm, everything up-to-date Trice, £IU 100 ACRES, a Grand Dai s y Farm, Good House, etc. Price, £lfi 10.-?, 8000 ACRES, Hora Hora, in Lota to suit-., 12 miles from Cambridge. Grnnd Grazing and Sheep Country. Prices from 25s to £5 10s. Write for Further Lists to— W. SODTER & CO, Land Agents, Cambridge. If visiting Waikato do not fail to see Cambridge District, the pick of Waikato. 6 330 Brown's Patent STEEL ANTI-SLIPPING SHOES ri A N BE HAD AT KINGSTON'S VETERINARY SHOEING- FORGE. Evory Requisite for Comfortable Horse Shoeing kept in Stock. 6 342 ASHBUETON PKJIMANEKT BUILDUP AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. Deposits—Rate of Interest At Call on Every Day's Balance: H per cenf asp to ££00, On Fixed Deposit: For six months, any sum, 3£ per cent. For twelve months, any sum, 4 per cent ALBERT ROBERTS, 7 39 Manager The Mount Somers Coal Company (New Seam) remind householders that their coal is one of the best-'and most economical on the market. Large consumers for steam purposes will also find thejeoal very Buitable ;o their needs, 5

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6617, 10 July 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6617, 10 July 1905

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