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BUSINESS NOTICES Rubber Hot - - - Water Bottles. - OUR WINTER SUPPLY lias arrived. We deal direct with the Manufacturers, and therefore our Prices are aa Low an any advertised, while tho Quality is the Bost. As!sbnr?<>» Ikiig C«>,» Ltd. Meweiiyu (fam®, (A. E L S., L.C.M.; A. M US., M.1.C.) Pianoforte, Organ, Singing & Com position, ARCADE CHAMBERS.! Students prepared for any practical or theoretical examination of the English Academies. Quarter of 12 Lessons starting from any date. Miss P. BuwiANAff, l.a.b. npEACHER of Violin, Pianoforte JL Singing, and Theory. Eesamed Teaching on WEDNESDAY, February Ist. Corner of Cox and Williams streets , - TTfffCE PEODUOTION. S NGING PIANOFORTE. Mrs Johnsto n, " Emden," Tanobed Street, Resumed Teaching on THURSDAY 2nd February, 1905. MOUNT SOSIERS COAL, T>UST THE BEST FROM THE WOOLSUED' CREEK COAL COMPANY. PRICE - 14? 6 D PEE TON At Mount Pomers Railway Station. Orders may be left with— J. ORR & CO., Ashburton. W. T. DOAK, Mount Somera. k It'sHONDAI LANKA!!" THAT'S THE TEA THAT MAKES YOU SMILE.

Legal Notice, TfcTOTICE is hereby given that the Firms i3l of DUNCAN AND COTTERILLand T. W. STRINGER have been amalgamated from this date, and that ME J. D. HALL has been admitted as a partner in the amalgamated business. ' The business will be carried on by H, Cotterill, T. W. Stringer, and J. D. Hall under the style of DUNCAN, COTTEETLL and STEINGEE, at Chriatchurch, and at Mr John Davison's Office, Ashburton, as heretofore. Dated this 21st day of February, 1905. (Sgd.) H. COTTEEILL. (Sgd.) T. W. STEINGEE. (Sgd,) J. B. HALT;. Loans up to any Amounts, on approved Securities, at Lowest Current Bates of Interest. DUNCAN, COTTERILL AND 4102 STEINGEE. IN WINTER TIME TOOTHING is more Comforting and J3l Refreshing than a Cup of Good Tea, properly brewed. The FLAVOUE of " Tiger Tea " is delightfully Eich and Fragrant. It is not a coupon Tea, but is admittedly the Standard of Tea Value. OEDEE A PACKET TO-DAY. Newman's Livery Stables (Behind Somersc 1" Ashburton. Saddle Horses always on hire. Best accommodation for visitors from town or country. Wedding and Picnic Parties catered for Charges Moderate Cabs meet all Trains. Stand for Bicycle* Horses clipped as arranged Telephone No. 40. J. NEWMAN, Proprietor. MOKO, the Great COUGH CUEE obtainable at Tiriwald, Ashburton, Chertaey, Eabaia, Methven, Lauriston. Grocers and Chemiiits 1b 6d per bottle

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6623, 17 July 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6623, 17 July 1905

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