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! Business N SPRING MI 1882. PERTH HO COLOMBO ST., CHE M.AS DUNCAN is Laige and Varied Assorti MILLINERY and DI! latest styles, to ■ cuhuTy draws the attentii and the public in genei articles wliich she desi | enumerate will be found of wliich are well wort Bonnets, Feathers Corse Hats, Flowers, Underclot Miss Duncan is prepai Dressmaking in all its bra linory in the newest and styles. Having engaged cient staff of assistants, IM be enabled to execute c utmost despatch. Ladie made up. Mourning witl notice.. Note the addres peii t h n COLOMBO ST., CHRI Opposite E. Reece, I 1 CAMERON ST! Augustus 1 Has great pleasure in ar numerous friends and th having PURCHASED Brewery, situate in Came burton, lately carried on of Wood and Co., be is no to .SUPPLY their CELEiI and STOUT in town and a tricta, and trusts that by class article to merit the f given to Messrs Wood and been successful in obtainin at theMelbournoExhibitio sive years, competing agaii also several Prize Medals and elsewhere, should 1 guarantee as to the superic Ales and Stouts. AUGUSTUS MC (Late Wood & ( Brewer, Malster, am Cameron streel ITH reference to the VV ment Messrs Wood thank the public for their the past five years, and tru port hitherto given to tl itowed on their successor. TINWALD COAL, TI FIREWOOD D£ Cyril Jep Has in stock and for sale t owest possible rates :—Bu n Red, White, and Blacl ind Totara Linings, Eioi ngs, Skirtings and Arcl neuts, Boors and Sashe Iron, sft to 9ft ; Spouting Buttering ; Nails, Locks, md /me; Lime and Bi Shingles and Palings ; 1 loth Barbed and Plain, 8, rice assortment of Eegistei Nails and Ironmongery. —Having made arrangeme ivery of Tasmanian Woodi Blue Gum and Stringy . rom 2 x 1 to 12 x 12, at v Hy Gates and Hurdles an heir own—stocks now on 1 —A large consignment of 1 Tails, in Birch and B. Pii ind Native Coals ; Black md Manuka Firewood, lo in hand, at cheaper rates I ilse in the County. C. JEPHSOI loal, Timber, and Fikewo TINWALD. P. & D. Hu AGRICULTURAL ] M A N 0 FACT D P. 1 CniiiSTCHur.cn and A Manufacturers of PLOU( Treble, and Single, whic for them tho HIGHEST all the Exhibitions a Matches at which they hi amongst them being the Melbourne Exhibitioi and One Silver Me MOST A WARD El

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 786, 6 November 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 786, 6 November 1882

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