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Public Notice* ) Trees,, Trees Trees* npHB Undersigned bega to thank • X numeroQs Frienda md Onatomera their p»at favors, and calls their mjl attention to hla extensive atook of FRUI AND FORE3 T TKEES of all aorta. N.B. -Planting done by contract, anj all Trees supplied and planted by me will be uaranteed for 12 months. Fralt Tresa pruned and gardens kept m ordet by the week or by th c year. 40,000 OupMacrooarpa, 1 year old, 20,000 ditto. 2 yeivrsold. 24,000 Plnue Inatgnli. All or-.lerrf by poat, op left with Mat H. G. Floweb, Confectioner, Eait Street, •hall receive my prompt Attention. James Porter, OLIFTON NURSERY 102 Allenton, Aahbnrton. * f Zeatandia" Boots . ' --■ Jt .-. 3L-. HAVE the Highest Beputatto' In the Colonies .-.cfionnced at the Indian and Colonial SuJbition as the FINEST ia the Whole. Imbibitions . Per substantial wear they ara the BEST ITS THE WORLIv Buy a pair o "ZEALANDIAS" and yon will never aae any other Brand. / Oar Patented "PABAQON 800T 1 and " INDESTRUCTIBLE TOEB." For aoys and Giila are Splendid Line* for Hard Wear, ; - None are Genui\e nnless branded on the Sole " . :. "•■'■ ' ■ -^ . And every pair is absolutely Warranted to give Good Wear. Sold by thejleading Boot Dealers and Country Stores througnout New Zealand, and Wholesale by LI6HTBAND, ALLAN tk CHRISTCBURd^I PRICE LIST OF ASHBURTON DRUG CO., Ld. ' Freßhly ground Llnßeed Meal, 4d p?r lb Pare Newfoundland God Liver Oil, 3a 6d per pint ; < ; ; Glycerine, 2a per lb' ' Diamond p? 60, 6d per packet Feeding Bottles, 9d eaoh Teats, 2d each O»UBtlo Soda, for making Soap* Bd,« Is pee tin * - Tcußseß,.4a,6d to 16a each Hlgginaon'a Rubber Enemas, 4s 6d eaoh Galvanic Batteries lent to OaatomW free oE charge. Patent Medicines at Storekeeper's Prlcea. As I am prepared to oarry out atlll farther the Redactions I made when first taking over the Baalnesa, I now labmli the above short List of Prices as an Index to the reduced chargea I have made Id every Department, especially ia Dispense Ing Physicians' Prescriptions. It moat, however, be borne In mind that In Drags, and more particularly In Medloines, the Pnrohaser must depen almost entirely on the Integrity of the Ohemlst. I have a business reputation c> many years In Aahbnrton to maintain, an am not willing to damage it, even to retain a Customer, by supplying a Drag an inferior quality, Teeth Oarefclly Extbaotbd, 2s 6dChildren, Is. An Assistant realdeß on the Premdei and Medloines urgently needed may h obtained at any hoar. Ashbnrton Drag Company, Ld, J. M. CAMBRIDGE, Manager, H,J. WOdD&Oo STATIONERS' HALL, Jfriedlander's Buildings Ashburton* BOOKS, Commercial and Gen Stationery, Account Books, &t» »BW BOOKS BY EVBKY It MUSIC. Pianos, Harmoniums, ( Acoprdeon t Concertinas, Violins, Banjos, &0., &o New Songs and Mublo of every description >. A large quantity of Mualo (Sheet an Books) slightly soiled, to be aold at Great S»orlfioe. FANCY GOODS' Writing Oases and Deßki, Scrap, Phot'< and Fern Albums, 1 Work Boxes, Parse Card Cases, Pocket Books, Photo Fram and every description of Fancy Stationer Writing, Printing, and Wrapping Pape m any quantity. Any Book out of itock procured our Ohrlstchurch Establishment, the t * of which Is one of the Largest and Assorted m the Colonies, or from London Agenoy. A special Discount allowed Pa and Bohool Committees H. J. WOOD & 6 STATIONERS 1 HALL, ASHBURTON,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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