Tenders, TENDERS fT'ENDERS Wiin'ed l\v MONDAY, July' .JL 17tb, for ' lining fr'in-reooti, near Lauriston. Specified tioiw at Alah< Office and Hibbs's Store, Moihven. 7 ICS H. C. TURNER. SOUTH RAKAIA ROAD BOARD. rpLNDERS for Gorse Cutting and ; k Grubbing Close at 4 p.m. on MON- | DAY, 17th July, 1905. Particulars at Office. L, OX LEY, 7 «3 Clerk. i"uDlic Nouces. STAR OF ASHBURTON LODGE, L.0.L., No. 23. MEMBERS and holders of Tickets are hereby notified that the Dinner and Social will be held on WEDNESDAY, JULY 12th, in the ODDFELLOWS' HALL, and nofc in the Orange Hall as stated on the Tickets. ALL Claims against the Estate of the , late John Okb 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 pud to The Executors of the late John Orr, C/o JOHN ORE & CO., Ashburton. 7_49 Methven Saleyards. m he, next hokse mm, Will be held on Thursday, July 20t!i. 7 78 G. H. ALINGTON, Secretary. Asfefourton Guards, R.V. Annual Ball, Under the patronage of Lieut.-Colonel Baucbop (Officer Commanding the District), and Staff. mHE Annual Military Ball will be held JL in the Oddfellows' Hall on WEDNESDAY, 19th July. Double tickets, sa, obtainable from members of the Corps. Extra Lady, 2s 6d. w. McAllister, sergt., 7 114 Hon. Sec. IWTOTICE is hereby given, in pursuance 13l of the Public Reserves Act, 1885, clauses 5 and 6, that the Ashburten Domain will be set apart for the Ashburton County Rugby Union's Football Match, Old Boys' Club v. Southern Cros3, on THURSDAY, the 20th day of July inst., on which day charges will be made for admission on the following scale :— For children under the age of ten years, free; for each child under the age of 15 years and over 10 years, sixpence; for each person of 15 years and over, one shilling; for each horse, one shilling 5 for each trap, one shilling. HENRY DAVIS, Chairman Ashburton Domain Board. 7 107 Trees. Trees. A S the Planting Season has now comii. mencod, I desire to call the Public's attention to my very Large Collection of Nursery Stock,.the hardieac and best to be found in the County. Apples (all worked on the blight proof stock) 103 per doz. Plums, Pears, Peaches, Apricots, Cherries, etc. Gooseberries and Currants 3s 6d per doz, Whinham's Indus- ] try Gooseberry 5s per doz. Laurels, 1 yr, i 03 100. Cup. Macrocarpas, 2 yrs, 8s 100, P. Insignu!?, P: Muricata, Larch, S. Birch, Holly, Launstinus, Ornamental Trees and Fhrubs, a great variety, including Camellia a, Rhododendrons, Cedrus Peodara. Roses from 8s doz. I have also a Large Stock of Araucaria Imbricata (Monkey Puzzle). Being the Oldest Established Nursery in the Couuty. Customers canroly on getting the best at Lowest Prices. Planting done by Contract, and guaranteed 12 months. INSPECTION INVITED. All Orders left at D. Thomas's, Arcade* will be promptly attended to. «J c&IHUo JTUI L»t?X j Nurseryman and Florist, Allenton, ASHBUETON. 7 1 1 _„ Spectacles ... AND ... Eyeglasses. Gold, Gold Filled, Nickel, and Steel, y H.*VK the LATEST and BEST 1_ Appliances for testing the ACUTE-Mv-S OF VISION, aud can fit Glasses to Remedy'any ERROR, of REFRACTION, including " Astigmatism" CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. L. S. McCLURG, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN, Somerset Bailings, Burnett Street. Trees! Trees! ERTJIT TREES, of all Varieties, Young aud vigorous, at 103 per doz. All Apples on Blight Proof Stocks ROSES—-An Unrivalled Colleotion, from 8s per doz. HEDGE TREES (Well Grown & Rooted) Laurels,. Ktrong 1 yr old, 10s per 100 Macrocarpa „ 2 yr old, 8s per 100 Matipo „ 2 yr old, 9s per 100 FOREST TREES Planted by Contract, a Speciality. GOOSEBERRY & CURRANT BUSHES At 4s per doz. The Largest Stock in the County. Whinham's Industry Gooseberry— 6s per dozen. INSPECTION INVITED. J. Millichamp and Sons, Bridge and Terrace Nurseries, Ashburton. 6 361 Frank Curtis, F.P.0.0., Doctor of Optics, HAVING devoted over five years to special study of the eye, and passed bis Doctor's Degree at the College of Philadelphia, may be consulted on all defects of the eye remediable with glasses. THE OUT-OF-DATE PRACTICE of going to the ordinary opticjan, who tests with a trial case LARGELY BY GUESSWORK, or else sells over the counter, is HIGHLY DANGEROUS, as not being able to distinguish BETWEEN OPTICAL DEFECT AND DISEASE, the sight is ofton ruined. MY CONSULTING ROOM, lit with artificial light, and fitted with the FINEST and MOST ELABORATE sight-testing apparatus in Canterbury is at your service. Consultation Free. PRICES STRICTLY MODERATE.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6618, 11 July 1905
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