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TENDERS

rfIENDERS are invited for the ErecX tion of House in Wills Street. Plans and Specifications may be seen at Walter Pickles and Co.'s Office, West Street. Tenders close THURSDAY, May 8, 1919. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 4 626

LOST AND FOUND.

LOST, between Maronan and Ande'r-: son's Corner, Carew—Light. Motor Rug. Finder please leave at Lister's Blacksmith Shop, or "Guardian", Officel 5 66

LOST, between Rakaia and Cliertsey White Sheep Dog, "Spot."— N.Z. Farmers' Co-op., Ltd., Auctioneers. 5 79

WANTED.

WANTED to Sell—£-Size Com, bined Dining-Bffliard Table (A_cock's),.'.almost new. * Apply to— •':.-' 5 2 ' HUGO FRIEDLANDER. .

WANTED— Capable Domestic Kelp for a month or longer, wa&Jiing; assistance given., 25s per week; or giri to assist.—Apply "Higham," Chert-' sey. 5 30 WANTED — Customers for Box -Suits. Priced from 55s.—At G. Hefford and Co.'s. - 5 45 WANTED— Bagman for Chaffcutter.—Apply J. McElhinney. WANTED —Young Lady wants Sit--uation; ■ Housework. — Reply* "Experienced," C/o "Guardian" Office. 4 701 WANTED Known — We _ Clean, Press, and Repair Suits and Costumes.—Dahlberg's, Arcade. 4 681 W" AOTE_£-Team to Plough 50 Acres Stubble- Land.—R. Gilmomv Ashton. . 4 668 WANTED to Rent, or Buy—s or 6rodmed House, with Conveniences.—Apply, stating terms, to "Central," "Guardian" Office. 5 60 WANTED — Cook, Housemaids, Generals, and -Young Girls, light housework.—Domestic Exchange. WAITING 5 — 2 Housekeepers.— Domestic Exchange, 119 Peter Street East.' 6" .88 WANTED to Rent — 5-Rooraed House or Rooms, Furnished or Unfurnished. — Apply "Returned Soldier," "Guardian" Office. 5 80 WANTED to Sell—A Large Brown Boat-shaped Pram; in first-class condition; £4 or offer.-Apply "W.M." "Guardian" Office. ■ 588 , * ■> t WANTED, ior a Clien-^-50 Tons Mangolds; delivery 1 truck per month.—Apply to ' Henry Stephenson. 5 86 WANTED— Help for Housework or General Servant.—Mrs Fooks, Park Street. , 598 WANTED— Good Reliable Saddle and Harness Horse; young; trial.*—Apply "Horse," "Guardian" Office. 5 93 CALL at G. HEFFORD and CO.'S if you require any Winter Clothing. 5 47 HEFFORD AND CO! have just • opened Roslyn and Kaiapoi Winter Underweari 5 46 NEWMAN'S Taxis, 'Phone 40, opposite Station, Day and Night. Prompt attention. 3 695 CIOLD feet won't worry you if you ' have a "Unique" Stopper Hot Water Bottle. British made from the finest rubber that won't crack, burst or leak. Buy one!:'and;, look for, brand on neck of bottle. ONLY the best rubber goes into the Famous North British Hot Water Bottles. The "Unique". Stopper can't leak and the well vulcanised seamc' never burst, and always have brand on neck of bottle. TIT CLINCHER DREADNOUGHT TYRES to your Motor Cycle, and you'll be free from tyre trouble. Thoroughly well constructed from the finest rubber and fabric, and alway_ easy on the rider. •*T>R_TISH made" Ls the .special i-e-JtJ commendation of Clincher Cross Motor lyres. They are best for comfort speed, and long service.—Hayward Bros, and Co., Ltd., Christchurch. Wholesale Distributors ALL CLASSES BOOTS . promptly Repaired with Best.Material and Workmanship. C. E. REYNOLDS, "EAST STREET, near Station.* FOUR Packets Quick-Set Jellies Ls. 6 Packets Gold Star Custard Powder 1, 2 Packets White's Flaked Rice ls, 3 Pea Soup Sausages ls ? 4 Sand Soap ls, 3 Cakes Goblin Toilet Soap Is, 3' Old Dutch Hand Soap ls, 3 Cakes Swan Toilet Soap Is, 3 Tins Wyandotte Cleanser Is, and 6 Fly Rolls Is. BUXTON AND THOMAS, Triangle Stores. CYCLE Tyres and Accessories.—lt is a well-known fact that we have the largest, cleanest, and most up-to-date Stock of Tyres and Accessories in Ashburton. No matter what you, require in our line, it is procurable from W. Osman and Co., Bur.nett Street. Ashburton WHY Suffer from Chapped and Cracked Hands when C.C.Q. will cure them. Is bd a Pot at Bonnington's Pharmacy.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9600, 3 May 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9600, 3 May 1919

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