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' N.Z. FARMERS' CO.OP. LTD. FARMERS' CO-OP. AUCTION MART. SATURDAY NEXT, MAY 3, 1919. ON account of MR E. VINCENT, who is leaving the district owing to ill-health, \ve wiil offer the Whole of his SUPERIOR FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS, comprising:— Oak Sideboard, 3 Chairs and Settee (in Oak). Morris Chair (oak), 2 Wooden Bedsteads, 1 Iron. Bedstead, I Wooden Cot, 2 Duchesses, Superior Linoleums, Tables, and Kitchen Furniture and Utensils, 1 Singer Sewing Machine (new), and a Large Quantity of Useful S undines. 1 Small Separator, Push Chair, nearly new. Sale—l.3o p.m. N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD., 4 68<5 Auctioneers. KINMONT BROS. ■AUCTION SALE. IN OUR ROOMS, TANGRED ST. NEXT SATURDAY, MAY 3. At 2 p.m. WE will offer, as above, a Large Quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, including— Dressing Tables, Washstands, Chests of Drawers, Chairs,'' Pictures, Diningtable, Desk, Baby's Chair, Sewing Machine, Jam Jars, Double and Singte Beds, with Mattress, Pots, Kero,sene Heater, Stove, Mirror, Encyclopeadia, Books, etc., etc. Also,—A Quantity of Pure Honey, in various sizes of tins. Pig Potatoes, etc., etc. The Auctioneers wish to draw 'Special attention to the Furniture, which is of First-class Quality, having been removed to Our Rooms for the Convenience of the Public. (DON'T MISS IT. At 2 p.m. SATURDAY. KINMONT BROS., 5 17 Auctioneers. HENRY STEPHENSON. TOMORROW. : AUCTION SALE. GREAT SLAUGHTER IN BOOTS. BANKRUPT'S STOCK. .' I' WILL SELL* WITHOUT RESERVE:— ,200 Pairs Boys' and Youths' Chrome Leather Boots Also-—A ■Consignment of Ladies' and Girls* Cloaks and Jackets. 1 Singer's Sewing Machine | (equal to new) i 1 Connaught Motor Bike HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND. EFFECTS, comprising:— Double Iron Bedsteads and Mattresses, Large Duchesse Chest, Cheffoniers, Tables, Marble-top Washstand, Plain Waehstands and Ware, Sofas, Tables, Dinine -Table, on Castors, Chairs, Palmstand, etc. Sale at 1.30. HENRY STEPHENSPN. 5 52 Auctioneer. PUBLIC NOTICES. F. J. SUTTON, TTiUILDER A>;D UNDERTAKER, METHVEN. 'Phone 79. Box 86. WHY Suffer from Chapped and Cracked Hands when OC.Q. will cure them. Is 6d a Pot at Bonnington's Pharmacy. "H'ET a ""Unique" Stopper Hot Water Bottle for this Winter— the Unique is made by the North British Co. from** finest plantation rubber! It won't burst or leak—make sure of brand being; on neck of bottle. T>IDERS of Harley Davidson and JIV Indian Motor Oyelss can nov procure Clincher "fln»adnon«hts" i 28in. i 8. Sold by the w*de oniv. LONDON DIRECTORY. (Published Annually). London and the suburbs, it contain* titt« Of EXPORT MERCHANTS 'Enables Traders throtighdnt ■ ihm world to communicate direot with English MANUFACTURERS and DEALERS in- each, class ot goods. Besides with the goods, they.ship, and the Colonial and Foreign markets they supntv * ftlfiO ' ' ■ PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES of leading Manufacturers, Merchanti, ,«to., in the principal' provincial towns anu industrial centres of the United Kingdom. Business Cards of Merchants and Dealers seeking BRITISH AGENCIES ! can now be printed under each trad* ill which th«y are interested at a ooet of £1 for each trade heading. Larger advertisements from £3 to £12. A copy of the Directory will be tent by post on reoeipt of postal orders for £1 IM. THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., Akaroa, of which General Pau says. —**I w»s delighted, with its beauty and scenery, the visit mode one of the faappiest days of my tour." 1

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 2 May 1919

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