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ASHBURTON COAL AND FIREWOOD DEPOT B. S. Bean (Late of Montgomery and Co., Limited), HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS as above, next to Mr Jos. Clark’s Office, in WEST STREET, and hopes, by civility and attention, to merit a fair share of public support. Agent fur tha Springfield Coal Co. Coal,Firewood, Posts, Rails, Stakes, &c. Orders taken for Bricks, Cement, Lime, Timber, Ac. Oats, Bran, Chaff, Chicken Wheat, &e. Note the Address NEXT MR JOSEPH CLARK’S, WEST STREET. 18io New Goods for this Season, comprising over twenty cases are now opened up. The Boys’ and Youths’ Clothing is especially recommended, and Parents and Guardians will find it advantageous to make an early selection. ■ The Stock of Men’s Clothing is simply superb, and the variety of Hats, Hoisery, Blankets, Flannels, and Shirtings second to none in New Zealand. Agents for the Celebrated Wbutheisi Machines. Ashburton Branch: SH gUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY". John Meecii, CABINETMAKER & UPHOLSTERER, Begs to invito his friends to inspect h‘s lar*'e stock of New and Second-hand Furniture, consisting of Drawing-room and Bedroom Suites Chiffoniers Book Cases Wardrobes Cheats of Drawers Tables Wash Stands Wood arid Iron Bedsteads Cota, Cradles .Perambulators And 'everything required m household furnish’ng at the very lowest prices. Practical workmen kept for ab kinds of repairs. , ~ , Furniture bought, and high pnces .given. _ Furniture lent, on weekly and monthly payments. JOHN MEECH, BDRN BT T BTREHVf Opposite the Mail Office,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 633, 11 May 1882

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 633, 11 May 1882

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