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Wanted. WANTED —A correspondent for the Guardian, at Mount Somers. Apply to the Manager. TXT ANTED—For Rakaia, a good gene- * ' ral Servant. Apply Mrs John Oer, Alford Forest Road. 4 524 ' WANTED —The Committee of the Ashburton Club to Meet This Evening, at Fowler’s Buildings, at 8 p.m. Business of importance. 4 533 WANTED Known—Found a yellow and white Greyhound Sint. Owner can have same by paying expenses. 0. Ryeix, Alford Forest Road. 4 520

TTJANTED Known—Before buying W Dress Materials, Ulsters, Jackets, Dolmans, Millinery, etc., call and inspect our stock. The cheapest first-class Drapery and Millinery Establishment in Ashburton —H. C. Seoees, t ealys’ Buildings, East Street. BEAT Reductions for Cash at Jones and Bkadshaw’s. —Good oaten sheaf chaff from 50s per ton, Is 6d per bag ; prime oat straw chaff 35s per ton, 9d per bag; new oatmeal 4s per bag ; good cheese 5d per lb ; ffour, bran, sharps, and chickwheat at very cheap rates.

VX/’ANTED Known—Wertheim Sewv ? ing Machines can be had on Time Payments at the New Zealand Clothing Factory’s Branch, East street, Ashburton. LORIOUS NEWS. Andrew Okr will give away on Saturday ICO pairs men’s boots at 6s 9d ; 60 pairs canvas slippers at 2s ,6d ; 30 pairs cricketing boots at 6s 6d ; 100 pairs Kaiapoi trousers at 11s 6d—every article at half-price. our own boat, now fishing at Lake Ellesmere. Delivery guaranteed within eight hours from time of catching. All orders received at my shop will be immediately executed on arrival of the train. W. O, Page, East street, Ashburton. 11 2161 2 276 2 237 XIX 7 ANTED » » are da NTED Known—Fresh Flounders are daily despatched direct from

IT/"ANTED Known—Boots ! Boots 1 Vt That Hates and Co. are Clearing a few desperate lines of Boots, etc., to wit, Ladies’ Leather, 4s 6d; Men’s Shooters, Pegged, 10s; Men’s Elastic sides, 9s, and a lot of odd lines that must be cleared at once. 7 1278

WANTED Known—Umbrellas at Is lid, six doz Buttons for Is, China Matting st 6d, Ladies’ Hose at 6d, Corsets at 2s 3d, Shitting at 4£ 1, Towels 3£ d, 36-inch Oilcloth 9d, Camisoles Is 4d. Andrew Obr’s Cheap Sale 2 185 WANTED KNOWN— Robert Elston, Bill Poster, Thkatpical Agent, etc., Town Hall, Ashburton. Theatrical companies and others visiting Ashburton should communicate with the above. Orders by post or telegram promptly attended to. 760

Special Advertisements,

Money. SEVERAL sums of Money to Lend on freehold security, at current rates of interest. Principals only dealt with. 3 428 OH .VS. W. PURNELL. y-jOMESTIO PATT ERN DEPOT. Mrs Hodge, DRAPER AND DRESSMAKER, East Stkebt, near Lancaster’s butchery.* Ladies’ Dresses and Underclothing made at the shortest notice. REGISTRY OFFICE For Female Servants. 7 1413

SELLING GEE B’ANOY GOODS, TOYS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, &c. Must bo sold —even if at a loss To Suit everybody at prices that cannot be beaten. Andrewes Bros., Booksellers, Stationers, &c., Ashburton.

Canterbury Mills. fj\o FARMERS AND OTHERS, CORN SACKS, he eiz3 and weights. At lowest current rates, 3 292 0. W, TURNER.

Machine Shop, WAKAKDI ROAD. OH ARLES RAY Repairs Engines, Combines, Chaff-cutters, Reapers and Binders, and all classes of maoninery. Special attention given to Bicycles, Tricycles and Sewing Machines. Lawn Mowers repaired, sharpened and adjusted. Model work. General repairs. 3 384

Read, mark, learn and INWARDLY DIGEST, and to accomplish the above feat, visit my establishment, and lighten your inward gloom by appeasing your appetite for the beautiful by inspecting the most delightfully ARTISTIC EASTER CARDS ! ever imported into Ashburton (direct from Home). You are then at liberty to inspect the contents of a largo case of books personally selected, and just received. I be'iove it was Lord Woiseley who said (he happens to be the most popular man of the day, and one must squeeze a little popularity into advertisements), “ A man who aspires to great heights should read incessantly, and never forget his newspapers;’’ and I say the same ! Read ! Read I Read ! When both you and myself will be considerably benefited. Not having room to give a detailed list of the contents of my shelves, I can only fiu'sh by saying— Come and see for yourselves, and if you are disappointed come again.— Nothing like Perseverance ! Thomas F. Farley’s, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, Saundeus’ Buildings, East St., Ashburton.

Victoria House. SEASON’S ADVERTISEMENT & INTIMATION BE FINE ART GOODS, CREWEL SILKS, INGRAIN COTTONS, TRANFER PATTERNS, &c., To appear in our Next. DIMANT & COE, General Drapers, Clothiers, &0., East and Tancred Streets, Ashburton.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1512, 13 April 1885

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