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. \ .: >J M_N_W - N «.»TiO & 1 __ ■ w LJT \7 h;T? y I) Air R Ulil, ¥ JJJJL^j JL XJJOL. JL KJ Follow the lead of thousands Of others, by using A Warming and Invigorating Drink at all times. SALE. SALE. SALE. BOOTS, BOOTS- "BOOTS. At 11ELLOR'*- Zealandia Root Store. FOR ONE MONTH only before STOCKTAKING, JAS. MELLOB |isH|holdinhis GEE AT BOOT SALfI of the Year. Every Pair Reduced in Prtee. Startling Reductions and Wonderful Bargaius. Dozens and Dozens of Pairs • almost given away. Com* and see for yourself. Now's your time to buy. Do not miss this chance, or you will always regret it. Remember that for years MELLOR hns been no'ed for his high class BOOTS and SHOES. Every Pair of Boots gusranteed at MELLOE'S. WISE MOTHERS—Remember that this Great Sale will run for ONE MONTH ONLY. S© corae To-day, and see the Bargains AT MELLOR'S Zealandia Boot Store, Tancred Street, Ashburton. CLOTHING^ FACTORY. MEW CAPS-The Norfolk. '^^^^^^^hL Golf Caps Is, Is 6d, 2s, 2s 6d newzealand) MOTOR CAPS—Serge & Tweed NEW CAPS-Tho Balmaoewan. Boys' High School Caps Is 6d '"'" " "" SALE. kSALE. SALE. NICHOLAS & PICKFORD BEING OVEESTOCKED AND IN WANT OF ROOM «—— In order to reduce StocV and make room for goods arriving, we will hold a lieEHiMe Clearing Sale for 81- Days. The Stork must be reduced. No consideration of profit will be allowed to inteifere with this object. Discounts range from 10 to 20 pßr cent. want of smart Shoes or Bocts for the coming holidays should make a point ot visiting this Sale and securing some of the Bargains; Remember- The primary ooject of this Sale is to reduce stock. I%J' I"«jT^ $""& d~\ I AC* J? 13 T "f" %tT WP'i~\ "O W\ EAST STEEET ASHBURTON

MSWPdtJ»JiMBM!iaBC»'IM*MP»OT«wm lll«B3gW ■■ ill W—WIIIIMII "Hlll»iaiaißß«afW 45,000 mt— —{Qk COOKING < ". im- l>- r -:^^^ =SsCT'brJlilp, - r^™'->JiL Be in ne Colony. They bur Lignite *^r>3tK True Cor 1, or Wood, up to 2ft 6in. " 5 '||Sl»| n't/^^> P No Setting Reauired. "{g**."] " i— With Stove Pipe can be worked out n he «jjjggg§ !^<l/« X open. Splendid Bread Bakers. With I ' I fc^ja I ' Ss^*""****!; ca^ ron or COPP6r boilers. The copper I ***, \j&^J*' iH^^l^^^S. boilers are large and tin lined inside. feii l l,n4; ll ljft ""feT'? - Eepairs are a minimum. Made in all J^jSjj^mmmfmi^^^KmSma^^^ sizes, single or double. High or low pres Sold by all Ironmongers from whom Catalogues can be obtained from the makers. j H. E. SHACKLOCK, LTD Southend Foundry, Princess Street Dunedin i "Of? f\ I?TIP A TIT "I? WRITE FOE ! JrlXiXJll 1 JL iJL.Oijiil FREE BOOK I " PROFITABLE I "O^^TTT HP'O'V 17IA*D 1%/rTiy/^ poultr? j JrU UJu X Job x Jj AJSiIVxIIM \x« farming." | ~rjl/^i/"i Cj In larger numbers than before if you use SINGER'S EGG Jli'UrvTO PRODUCER with your Poultry Food. ~W7^d~^ d~^ G$ e^ your Hens over their Moulting and start themjlaying by jLLd'Ur\3rk3 usiQg SINGER'S EGG PRODUCER. TH/d i~^Gt Fertile Eggs, healthy Chicks, prime poultry, jjif,SINGER'S XhXX\JTiJ EGG PRODUCER is used in the first place. "ST*/"^ 4~^ Qi w'n in the Esrg Laying Competition bring up your Hens XL*\3rV?rk3 on SINGER'S EGG PRODUCER. PACKETS Is Qd, and Bulk STORES & BONNINGTON'S, CHEISTCHURJ.I POULTRY. POULTRY. POULTRY. .%/|AHTER BAKERS, your business will v a.* jl. be increased. LARGE ORDERvS to Hand. A Rise in Journeymen your yoke is made easy by the Market. m™g NORTON'S Celebrated " DORASE," „__ no sour bread, qualities are excellent. — C« R, WILSON — Highest awards and testimonials obis a Cash Buyer of Ducks, Roosters, and aine ' Farther Particulars apply Send along for fall particulars to C. K. WILSON, NORTON, Lyttelton. 7 2 ! Auctioneer and Agent, _ 4 446 Christohuroh. f>AINUI, "PAINUI" • PAINUI," , JL Washing Fluid, the beat.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6624, 18 July 1905

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6624, 18 July 1905