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HENRY STEPHENSON. ! „, „; : CX.EAR : ING r 3ALE . - ■: ■■ ",. ; :: : ,:mj^^c::!:'-::;::2';i i WEDNESDAY NEXT, MAY 14. 'TTNiI>ER instructions from Mrs .LJ Diackj.l^will Selly'on..the Premises, Belt 4' Roaid, just ■ off;' ;Cbrner of West Belt and Walnut Avenue, the Whole of her ; ': ' :- , HOUSEHOLD' FURNITURE .AXD : EFFECTS, comprising:— Grand KEriglish" Piano, by ■■Gilbert (new), 2 Small Buchesse ;;Cliests, 1 Large 'Diichesse Chest, 1 Double Wood Bedstead; complete '(latest .style), ■■!■■■ h. Iron'"Bedstead, 1 Wood 1 Bedstead; Stretcher, Easy Chairs, > Leather Couch, UpihoJstered Couch, Morris Chair, Small Sideboard, mirror front, 1 Spring Rocker, DSriiiigl Room Chairs, Palm Stand and' Pot Plants, - Kitchen Chairs/' liargeDiiiiTig Table oil Castors, Kitchen Table, 2 Fancy Tables, Washstands and Ware, Linoleum for all rooms, Carpet Square, Hall Runner, Mats, Lawn. Mower, Kitchea Utensife, Pictures, Aaito Harp-, Baths, Jars, and Large Assortment of Sundries; also, Singer's Sewing Machine (new). • 1 Pair White ■ Leghorn Fowls 1 Bull Dog WITHOUT RESERVE. Sale—2 p.m. : . IiENR V STEPHENSON, '5 239 ' - Auctioneer:. { A „ CLEARING SALE. CHERTSEY. THURSDAY NEXT, MAY 15. TTN3>ER instructions from Mr Jolm\J stonj who has Sold his Business,. I will Sell on the Premises, Churtsey, without reserve:— 1 Bay Gelding, aged . 1 Spring Cart 1 Gig and Harness^ HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AKD= EFFECTS. "FIREWOOD, TIMBER, AND SUNDRIES. ■ Sale—2 p.m. HF>NRY STiPHENSON. 5 240 ''■ '" ' ' ' l 'Aiiefcioneer. : LAND AND GENERAL. •■.'., : \:.r ■■■■ /■•:'/'..-•■;■;.■.■;-;: /■;:y : ---:->f;..':^ > '-'> Jv Bi CHRISTIAHLAND AND ESTATE AGENT. FOR SALE, • Artistic Bungalow, close to High School, containing 5.G00d Rooms, with i every possible convenience, including : Electric Light and Gas. No reasonable offer refused. •• ;L ' . . . ■'' ,\v, ■"':P;'; l.FOij sa^l.'". . . FIVE ACRES, with House, 4 rooms. This is one of the.beat sites in AMenton, and is suitable to cut up. The land is very heavy, and backs on to the Creek. ...'"., ; FOR SALE. A Gentleman's Residence, close to the Station, comprising i-Aere Land, witih 6 Rooms and All Conveniences:; also, Motor Shed, etc., etc. We have a- Spleudid Selection- of Town and Suburban Properties for Sale, and are in a position to 6ffer: ex-: ceptionaily easy terms. Call and secure a home for yoursclt at an ordinary rental. J. B. CHRISTIAN, Tancred Street. t j If you feel:the Need of a.Pick-iae- : ". up,'='get a Bottle of -j BONNINGTON'S LIVER TONIC. YOUR SYSTEM needs bracing up 'tween seasons. ; Most people require* a tonic duffing the change of seasons; Ybu are sure to feel "greatly improved in health for it. Hundreds have tried this medicine with excellent results. ; SECURE A BOTTLE TO-DAY. 2s 6d a Bottle. ; ' H. E. BONNINGTON, ' " CHEMIST AT^D DRUGGIST," ASHBiIRTON. A Lli 'CLASSES .BOOTS • promptly-: Repaired with Best Material and Workmanship. ■ •„ O. E. REYNOLDS, EAST STREET, near Station. VICTORY Washing Powder, 10 Packets for Is, as good as the 6S'BUXTON AND THOMAS, TRIANGLE STORES. Adv^rtiein»i pay* when ft- wuyd article of good value i» regularly pl*ced >«>fore the pnbHo in the right m«di»— «.ooii «a th» « Guardian.*' ■•

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9607, 12 May 1919

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