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I . Henry Stephenson. OF NEW FURNITURE THURSDAY l^EXr, July M) I WILL SELL as above, in my Yard?, Havelock Street, ON ACCOUNT OF MESSES INGRAM & CARLTON, Cabinetmaker?, The Whole of their Stock of MAY FURNITURE, (Removed for convenience of Sale). Cotnpiisiijg— Large Chesb Drawers, Small CbeKt Drawers, Half Scotch, Occasional Table?, Large Dresser with rack, 2 Small Dressers, Cupboards, Dressing Tables, Large Duchess, several small Duchess Cl eats, Cheffonier, Cupboard and Bookcase combined, several large Wardrobes, Clothes Horses, Steps, 6 Meat Safeß, 4 Tables 200 ft. Picture Moulding, Pictures, etc. Sale at 2 p.m. HENEY STEPHENSON, 7 177 Auctioneer. David Thomas. Bullock's Arcade. Saturday, July 22nd. MR DAVID THOMAS has received instructions from Mr J. Fitzgerald, to sail by Public Auction on the above date, — TOWN SECTIONS. Part 799 and 800, with Stable thereon; situated in Casa Street. Sale at 2 p.m. D. THOMAS, 7 191 Auctioneer. MBTHVEN. Thursday, 27th July, 1905. MR DAVID THOMAS has received instructions from Mr Andrew McBeath, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ',";..■ (as above), On the Ground, at 12 o'clock sharp, SECTION 42, containing i ACRE, in centre of the Township of Methven, and one of the best Sections in it. DON'T FORGET THE HOUR ! 7204 D. THOMAS. ARCADE HORSE FAIR. MY Nexfc Horse Fair will be held in the Arcade on FRIDAY, JULY 28th, 1905. And throughout tha Year on the Following Dates, viz. :— FRIDAY, ArGUST 26 1 FRIDAY, SEPT. 29. FRID\Y NOV. 17, and FRIDAY, DKCEBIBEB2.; DAVID THOMAS, 6 334 Ashburton.

The N Z Farmers' Co-Operative Association of Canterbury, Ltd Methven HOUSE FAIR, Thursday, July 20th. WE shall offer on account of clients : 2 Draught GELDINGS (any trial) Also, — IPONY (broken to saddle and harness) will carry a lady. -t Bay MARE, by Blackwood Abdallah, Farther entries solicited. T. F. GIBSON, Manager, 7 182 Ti A. LLOYD, Auctioneer. For bale By Public Auction, Posts Stakes, Firewood. WE have received instructions from MESSRS CHAPMAN BROS, to sell by Public Auction at THEIR CHAT MOSS PROPERTY, on the MAIN SOUTH ROAD, on FRIDAY, 21st inst. At 12 o'clook Noon :— -i f\f\ ' LOTS BLTJEGUM TEE ES AvJvJ (Each 1 Dozen); Suitable for Posts, Splitting or Firewood. T. F. GIBSON, Manager. 7 184 H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer HORSE FAIR. AUR NEXT HORSE FAIR ■will be held on Friday, 11th Auarust, 1905. We are now Booking Entries for the above T. F. GIBSON, Manager. H. A. LLOYD, Auctioneer.

T. Bullock TO LET, DWELLING of 6 rooms, verandah, dotached washhouse, etc.; Cameron Street, West, upper Bide of Railway. Apply to T. BULLOCK, Agent. FOR 13ALE. DWELLING of 6 rooms, with verandah on two sides; bathroom, pantry, hot and cold water laid on, detached waahhouße, etc ; together with 2 roods 30 perches of Lnnd, conveniently situated, fronting the Wakanui Road, just over East Town Kelt. The property of Mrs Robert Meaclem. Inspection Invited. T. BULLOCK, Agent. FOR SALE Suburban Property, what is often asked ior. 5 ACRES, 2 roods, 14, first-class Land, f routing the Mill Creek. Good sight for a House. Liberal terms of payment can be arranged T. BULLOCK. TO~LET SMALL Butcher's Shop in Triangle Buildings, near the Post Office and Railway Station, Also, Office or small Shop in Aroade. T. BOLLOCK. FOR~SALE, ALPOSD FOREST. Af\ ACRES, being R.S. 1502, ringfenced; 10 Acres Bush ; situated not far from Alford Forest School. The owner having purchased another Property, is desirous of a quick Sale. Easy terms can be arranged. Apply to— T. BULLOCK. TO fET, I DWELLING HOUSE of 6 rooms, with Verandah, detached Waahhouse, etc., Aitken Street. T. BULLOCK, a cent. THE best thing on Washing Day— "PAINUI" Fluid TpAINUI (Plenty Good), Washing Fluid

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6624, 18 July 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6624, 18 July 1905

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