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Presentation at Faibton. — A very pleasant gathering took place in the Fairton School last evening to present Mr Campbell, the master, with a token of their esteem and good will on the occasion of his approaching marriage. Mr J. M. O'Hagan occupied the chair. After a few humorous remarks on his part in reference to the proceedings and the guest of the evening, Mr W. Adams presented the master with a handsome piece of furniture in the shape of a large and beautifully finished hall-stand, also an easy chair on behalf of the pupils. The recipient responded ia a very feeling manner. Dancing was then indulged in for some hours. Mrs Marsden and Mr White gave several songs during the evening.

Wanteds, etc. "ITJTANTED at once—A Broody Hen. V T ADply D. McKkb, Mill Bridge. " 7166 rflO LET—A Four-Roomed House—HJL M. Jones. 7 164 WANTED to sell—Pony ; quiet in saddle and harness. Apply to G. Sproat, Cameron Street. 7 146 "OIANO—Free Tuning, £17 10s, 10a per JL month. We will allow the whole amount of purchase if exchanged for a new ono within two years. This means free tuning to the Purchaser. MILNER & THOMPSON, H. Stephenson, Agent. 7 168

SI RAYED into the Gravel Reserve, j Willowby—One Live Lamb. If not claimed before August Ist, will be sold to ; defray expenses.—J. Watson. 7 167 BJEMOYAL NOTlCE—Sarney & Neli) son, Dress and Mantle makers, removed to private residence, corner Park and Cameron Streets. 7 164 -QIANO-Second-hand .£lO. Ten ahilJL lings per month re will 1 allow the whole of the purchase money if exchanged within two years.—MILNER & THOMPSON, H. Stephenson, Agent. 7 157 '{ u"fANTED~Kiiown — That for the V ¥ Smartest and Newest Clothing for Boyp.~- Mitchell and Tubneb are " right." WE are still selling Is Boxes of Stationery for 9d, and will continue to do so until THURSDAY, July 20th, after which they will be sold at the usual price. Some of our customers are so pleased with the value offered that they are baying two and three boxes at a time. —A. T. H. WILLIAMS, Stationer, etc., East Street. WANTED— Several good generals for town and countrj. Housekeeper for working man; married couple for country, hupband to drive cart, wife to mind children, etc. THOMAS'S REGISTRY, East Street ... Ashburton.

EAST LYNNE, Red Court Farm, Verner's Pride, Lord Oakburn's Daughters, The Channings, Parkwater, The House of Halwell—by Mrs Henry Wood. Also The "Welsh Singer, and a large stock o£ other Books, all at 6d. H. M. JONES, Booksellei and Stationer. ~O EPINED elderly widow desires posi-1 JOU tion aa Lady Help in or near Ashburton. Four real- good ploughmen want situations, also two married conples for farm work; several young men wanting work driving oarts or labour of any description. THOMAS'S BEGISTBY, Essfc Street .- Ajhbwrton.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6622, 15 July 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6622, 15 July 1905

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