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Wautotf I \ WANTED Known. ~ Mrs Meroh, Drepsmaker, has returned frojn Bjdney, nnd re commenced bußinesß m Faunders' BuHdinja, host Mr R. Alcoru's. .. 10 78 ' I] W* ANTED to Sell a good, qnlet Cow. W Dae to calve 19lh Ootober — Apply Jambs Poktbr, Alltunton. 10 127 BOOKS, AlbatDß, Photo Framcß, I.k stands, Purses. Fancy TenpoU at.d Sorvico«, Glasoware, etc. — d. M Jonfs WANTED Knowu —We aro Cobli Parohnsers of old Can*, Irnr, ht 60s per ton. P. and D. Do* ovn Wil!q Stroet. 10*163 TTIThNTED Known ti Farmers and Yt others that James Baker hus opened n Timber Ynrd opposite Harris- n's Auction ilo'.nis. General assortment of BulldiDß Timber m B^oclr. 10 168 T\ / ANfED Known —J. Orr and Co \ V are no v Bhowing Ladieß' and Children's Artistic Millinery m Gre;'t Variety. . WANTED Known -Wh are now showing a spl> r> lid assortment of Snirm-r Millinery am! Drapery, at very low pfioos.— H. O. Sfgbrs, Melford House. WANTED Kuowa — Under the management of the W.O.T.U. Yoang women without friends, requlr'ng Board and Residence oin be acoomnodated at a moderate charge at Mrs Pibbson's, Triangle, Wakauul Road 10 130 WANTED Kuown— That Mrs Bill, Monthly Nuree, hss removed from Peter Street to Dr Trevor's hoane; >■ In Moore Street. - 10+39 "TT 7"ANTED Known.— J. Obr and Co W are now showing the Leading NoVblties m Ladies' Mantles, Jaoketß, and Dust Cloaks. WANTED* Cash. — Molr's Oatmeal (251 b), 2s 6J; Candlns, sd ; Vestas, 5d doz. ; Ooffee and Milk, Is ; r Cocoa and Milk, Is ; Corn Flour, 4d j t Fruits m Syrap (21b tins), Is. Crockery -, y Glassware, and Ironmongery.— J. Mof Grkoor, Tailored strpet. MRS ADAMS baa removed to Sauuderu' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. Crewel Silku, Wools, and Fttncy Goods of every dosorlption kept m stock. 1 Agent for Bolipße Dye Works. Registry " effioe for Servants. 92 BOOTS. BOOTS.— Keep the feet dry and save dootor's bills. Qaallty is 3 everything m bad weather, I guarantee r every pair. Best value In New Zealand 1 at Ashburton OlothlDg Mart, Sannders Buildings.— Robert Aloorn. YXTAtrTE 0 Known.— J. Obr and Co W aro now Bhowing a large asnortment of Ladies' Embroidered Robes from 10b 6d. STOCKINGS— 700 pairs of Ladies and Children's sample Hoae just opened ' under the old Tariff.) All quality 1 to be sold cheap during our sale. — H. O. Seqers, Melford House _^^_ l ~\TT ANTED Known— J. Obe and Oo VV are now fchowing a Large Apsortment of Feathers, Flowers, Ribbons Laoes Gloves, &o. 101102. ~1 1 /"ANTED— Everyone to come and V V see the nicest lot of Glass, China, and Earthenware ever shown In Aahburton, snd the Cheapest ever landed m New Zealand. Imported direot from the Manufacturers. — Robert Aloorm, Saun> de/rs' Buildings. til WANTED Known.— J. Orb And Co invite Laoies to inspeot their large and varitd assortment of Skimmer Dress Materials. Over one thouvjind pieces to select from. s z TTTANTED to sell oheap, or let, section VV 337, Moore sireet, with 4-roomed ' house and good garden ; Blacksmith's shop thereon. Blacksmith's tools for sale. Also, £-aore eaotlon at Trevorton, opposite Mr Mayo's. — Apply H. Dudley, Moore Street. 10 159 i\ 7 ANTED Known— We a*e now VV showing a grand assortment of Trimmed snd Untrimmed Hats and . Bonnets. The largest Stock to choose from m town, anrt the cheapest housa.— H. O. Segbrb, Melford House. WANTED Known. —J. Orr and Co's Drapery Department is under new management. Prices of the Whole Stock havo been revised and reduced to such a point as will command a speedy aalo. "TI TANTED everyone to know that VV J. C. Dunoas is a Land Broker, lioensed to prepare and register Transf ere, Mortgages, Eticumbraooeß, Leases, Regintration Abetracts, Powßrß of Attorney, Applications to bring Land under the Act, ond every doEcription of instruments under tho Land Transfer Act. — J. C. Dukcan, Arcade, Ashburton. 10J101 I TO THE PDBLIO OF ASHBURTON AMD DISTRICT. Wauchop & Co., GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, LA.KD AND FINANCIAL AGENTS, ARE prepared to do business for Clients at'Loweßt Rates. GralD, Wool, and all Farm Produce sold punctually, and account vales rendered promptly; Goods bought for Clients m the best markets, and forwarded without delay. Loans negotiated fcr sums frotr £10 to £10,000 on freehold secqrity. Liens on Crops, Wool, and other ueoarlty. All business strictly private. WATJCHOP & CO., 224, Hereford Street, Chrifitchurch, QUOD FAOIMUS VALDB FAOIMU3 (" Wbat wo do we do well,") TttJfl CHRIST OaU BOH DBNTAL BURGEUY, 168 Cashel Street, Christ chnich, next Robinson's Boot (-tore, and atlho Octagon, Dnne^in. All operations nt etrictly uniform and moderate Fees. Consultation free. 8. MYEKB~A]SrD CO., SURGEON DENTISTS. iPi? -3 fiii I Vs/lTb-TEfcTU jz? . WITHQUTTEELTH J NITttOUB PZIDB GAB administered. This * Aticeathetlc IflayeS no unpleasant effects, and 3 by its nse the flrtraotiot of Bad Btnmps and t Teeth is rendered perfectly Painleea nud Effective. Administered daily. Jfee for ad- t ministration of Uns, 63 jsxtrac!iod. tp a a tooth Boars of attendance, 0 a»m. to 8 ps>< a Private residence, 93 East Belt. The acknow'edged superiority rf AM.ERI- " CAN DENTISTEy m the r.onctruction of a Artifiuial Teeth, tho most finished workmanship, and replacing the lost teeth TEM- f i-ORARILY ALMOST IMM^DIATJiLY after » extraction, hire eatabliahed our reputation. D A Einylo Artificial Tooth, 10a , completo sot, ** Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent, P £10i0s; ArMficinl Teeth i»nd Dentures made ci by other dentUts remodelled ht email oast. f f etopjeipg, $caUos feriect apd Fflinle-e. f

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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