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David Thomas. Eallo'-k"s Area c. ■ to-m;oekow, SATURDAY, July 15th, 1905 MX DAVID THOMAS will soil as above, on account of Mr R. J. Guy, a Quantity of Household Furniture, etc., consisting of— Iron Bedsteads, and Wire Mattres" sea. Marble Topped Washstand, Dues" ser, Carpet sweoperp,Carpels, Crockery and a Large Quantity of Sundries. Sale ah 2 p.m. D. THOMAS 7 150 AucD.oiieer. Saturday, July 15tli. Suburban Land, Allenton. Q,l A C R S P. Q,| O4i ACHE S. O^ Fronting the Racecourse Road. •%,$n l>. THOMAS will nffor by Pnhlii! ■ vj. Auction at tho Arcade f>n the above ditp, on aocoun*' of Mr '11.I 1. Bullock (Ag^nt for Mr Gco. Kobbins),— 31 ACRKS, beinfj X. w, 17225, fronting the Racecourse Koad. The Land is well tif^'ited, being only a short distance from Town. ~WM watered with County water races, Inspection Invited. Terms at Sale. Note Time—l.3op.n\ T. BULLOCK. 7 79 D. THOMAS, Auctioneer. ARCADE "iV« V Next Horse F;\ir will bo hold in the i.»_fl_ Arcade on FRIDAY, JULY 28th, 1905. Aud throughout the Year on the Foliov/ing Dates, viz. :— FRIDAY, AUGUST 25; FRIDAY, SEPT. 29. FRIDAY NOV. 17, and FRIDAY, ! DECEMBER 2. DAVID THOSTAS, fi 334 Ashburton. Friedlander Bros., Ltd. West Street Sale Rooms. Properties to be Sold by Public Auction. TO - MOBROW. SATURDAY, 15th July, 1905 TpETEDLANDER BROS., Ltd., instruci? ted by Mr G. J. F. Lublow, who ia leaving the district, will sell at their Sale Rooms on the above date the following:— LOT L—lßß acres 2 rood* 22 perches,being Lot 6 part of tha Winchmore Estate. A handy sized farm, in a good position, and close to school. LOT 2.—His residence at Tinwald, containing 4 Acre?, with 9-rooraed house, with hot and cold water and gas laid on, bathroom, wasbhonse, stable and orchard, and other improvements. LOT 3.—i Acre, corner of East and Cass Streets, with stable, brick well and p»mp thereon; a good building site. Our instructions are to effect a sole, as Mr Lnblow is shortly leaving for the North Island. We would recommend intending purchasers to inßpect these Properties and attend the Sale. Sale at 1.30 p.m. E. FKIEDLANDEB, 7 106 Auctioneer. i ; , Salt, Salt. WE have a shipment of AGRICULTURAL SALT arriving shortly, and are now booking orders ex ship at Lyttelton. FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD. The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd Auction Mart. SATURDAY, 7uLY 15th, 1905 WE shall offer on account 0! the Proprietor of the Wakanui Mills— 6 BACON PIGS (nice weights, bred by the vendor). On account of Clients— A Line of Good STORES. Also, on account of "W. P. Keylock, Esq.— Half-dozen Partridge Coohin Roosters* from prize strains. T. F. GIBSON, Manager. 7 151 H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer. AUCTION MART TO - MORROW, Saturday, 15th 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 T. Bullock ~ TO LET^ ~ TT|WELLING of 6 rooms, verandah, deJLJP tached washhouee, etc.; Cameron Street, West, upper side of Railway. Apply to T. BULLOCK, Agent. FOX IALBi DWELLING of 6 rooms, with verandah on two sides; bathroom, pantry, hot and cold water laid on, detached washhouse, etc ', together with 2 roods 30 perches of Land, conveniently situated, j fronting the Wakanui Road, just over East Town Belt. The property of Mrs Robert [ Meaclem. Inspection Invited. | T. BULLOCK, Agent. FOB ""SALE Suburban Property, what is often asked for. 5 ACRES, 2 roods, 14 perches, first-class Land, fronting the Mill Creek. Good sight for a House. Liberal terms of payment can be arranged T. BULLOCK. OVERSTOCKED ! Overstocked !— Is Boxes of Stationery for 9d. Being overstocked in Is Boxes of Stationery, we are offering 2000 Boxes at 9d, for a Fortnight, after which time the usual price will be charged. These Boxes contains 50 Envelopes, 50 Sheets Paper' and Blotting Paper; all good quality Remember 3d saved is better than 8d earned.—A. T. H. WILLIAMS, East Street. i

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6621, 14 July 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6621, 14 July 1905

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