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I METHODIST CHURCH. 1 «•■ f THE DUNED3N COMFEJSENCE. ] , , (Per Press Association.) \ DGNBDIN, March 2. The Motlicdifet Conference transferred Rev. "VV. J. Williams to the- supernumerary list after 4-1 years.' conspicuously .successful service. The E-ev. Messrs L-. j tludsonj W. S. Borrie, and O. Griffin, „ were made supernumeraries for a eyar :; owing Lo ill-health. The Rev. S. Grif- ~\ j fillis was given a year's rest v/ith a „ vieAV to visiting England. Rev. A. H. Scrivin was designated for foreign misI sions and transferred to the New South I Wales Conference accordingly. c CRIMES AND OFFENCEB.. c I r" ** ' THIEVES OVERLOOK THE MOXEY. (Received March 2, 10 a.m.) s The thieves overlooked the -£-10.000, '" nud secured cancelled securities and - some cheques of trilling value-. HEWRY STEPHENSON. • [• , AUCTION SALE. 51 THURSDAY, MARCH 12. 1. PROPERTY, BUILDERS' .PLANT, TOOLS, Etc. - TTNDER instructions from Messrs f vJ Brown and McDonald, Builders, "> wJio are dissolving partnership, 1 will i sell (in conjunction with Messrs F. Fer- - riman and Co.), on tho Premises, Have- - lock Street East — T.S. 1177, compri.sing i-ACRE, T => On which is erected a Large "YVorkf shop 30 x 36, and New Stable, Trap--7 shed, Store-room, etc., 38 x 14. 3 The Workshop is in first-class order, 3 built on a good foundation, and could s be easily shaped into a Dwelling at very " little expense.-. . ' ' .1 .. - This Property is also Situated in the 3 best locality. s The Plant: which I will sell at the 3 same time, comprises a Quantity of " Tools,', Timber, Nails, Hinges, Griiid--1 stones,. Mortice Machines, etc. 1 1 Spring Dray. . " 1 Spring Gart. Horse and Harness. ■ . 1 Rustic Cart. 1 1 Gig, etc. , Fuller particulars later.' t Sale a 6 2 p.m.' HENRY STEPHENSON, 3 10 . .Auctioneer, i o ■ ; c ■ : FRUIT SEASON, 1914. i- '■■ ' ' "_ I TEVIOT FRUITS. TEVIOT FRUITS. a PEACHES, APRICOTS, NECTARINES, PLUMS, ETC. Having . made fresh arrangements with A. Birch, BL Bloxham, and others, I am now receiving regular consignments of Peaches, Apricots, Plums, etc., etc., direct from • their Orchard, Teviot. Fruit from the above Growers is the finest on the market, and their grading and packing can be relied'on. .There being no second handling, I am in the position to sell at the LO WEST PRICE for Cash. Don't be disappointed this season. Book your Orders early. Country Orders promptly attended to. PEACHES, APRICOTS, PLUMS, Etc., for Dessert, Jam, or Bottling. When^ Ordering by Letter be sure and state what quality you require. AUCTION SALES of Fruit, Poultry, 'Produce, Pigs, Cattle, Furniture and Sundries every SATURDAY, 1 p.m.,----and privately through the week. CLEARING SALES arranged in town or country at Lowest Rates. HENRY . STEPHENSON. AUCTIONEER, LAND AND "STATE AGENT. LAND AND. GENERAL. " TO LET. Shop, conveniently situated in Burnett .Street. Rooms in Tancred Street, opposite His Majesty's Theatre^ Offices centrally situated in Somerset Buildings, recently occupied by Dalgety and Company. T. BULLOCK. FOR FURNITURE Go- to 0. CRAIGHEAD & CO., mHEta FURNITURE ia MADE WELL. LOOKS WELL. WEARS WELL. . Oesi ns Unique. Designs Unique. All Orders are carried out PROMPTLY. ' WITH GOOD MATERIAL. And HONEST WORKMANSHIP. Prices Reasonable. Try them. VICTORIA STREET. D. CRASGHEAD & CO., (One Minute from Post Office). BLOUSE Bargain." at Mitchell and . Turner's Cleau._c. Sale. 1 00,

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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