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Wanted AM TED Known— No* Milk, fresh Cream, Onrdo, aod Whey, Dally, at W. C. Page's Herbal Beer Shop, Bast Street. All orders left there punctually attended to. 10 199 , TIT ANTED at once good Skirt Hands. VV Apply Misses Mobbison and Hcllowat. 10 205 V/S7ANIED Known — Mrs Merch, 7 » Dr?Fßinakor, has returned fom Sydney, nnd re commenced busines> m Faunders' Buildings, next Mr R. Akorn's. 10 78 OHEEP SHEABS, 11 A'b, BB A'b, and BBAHZ's; and genuine Turkey 1 8tones. — Robert Aioorn, Sauuderß' Buildings. TTTAWTED by h Young Man work on~a W Sheep Station for a few weeks. — Address, Btating wageß, to "J.J," "Guardian" Office. 10|18» WANTED Known— The best and cheapest honse f«r Wedding < ut6t«, Family M.-arntng, Wo >Hen Dres.ins, Siik Mi>i-cery, and General Faucy Goo-Ip, is Andrew Obb's. 10 185 ANTED Known.— J. Obb a\d Co invite La. i js to inspect their large .-.dvari.d assortment of Summer Dresß Materials. Over one thousand pieces to select from. GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY. Tremendous Bargains. WASTED Known— That Mrs Bill, Monthly Naree, has removed from Peter Street to Be Treror's house, In Moore Street. 10t39 WANTED Known— Andrew Orr Is showing a grand didplay of Aabburton, Kiiapol, Koslyn, and Worsted Tweeds for suits. Suits to measure from £3 10s. 10 184 ■TXT ANTED Known. — J. Obr and Oo VV 8M now showing a Large Assortment of Featherß, Flowerß, JRibbons Lacas, Gloves, &o. 10tlQ2 STOCKINGS— 700 pairs of Ladies and Children's sample Hose just opened (landed under the old Tariff.) All quality to be sold cheap during our sale. — H. O. Segers, Melford Houbo. \ \f ANTED Known— Andrew Orr Is VV showing beautlfnl Embroidered Robes, Corsets, new Dress Goods, Ladles 1 trimmed Hats and Bonnets, Ribbon*, Flowers, aod Feathers. Id 183 ~\Xf ANTED Known— J. Orr and Co VV are now showing Ladles' and Children's Artistic Millinery m Great Variety. WANTED Known— We are now showing a splendid assortment of Summer Millinery and Drapery, at very low prloei.— H. O. SiasßS, Melford House. WAKTKD Known— .Andrew Orr has opened his Second Shipment of hlgh-olass Drapery, Clothing, and Boots, ex Tongariro. The very latest London fashions. 10 182 WANTED Known— We are now showing a grand assort me at of Trimmed and Untrlmmed Hats and Bonnets. The largest Stook tc choose from In town, and the cheapest housa. — H. O. Sigkrs, Melford House. TXT" ANTED Known.— J. Orr and Co VV Bre now showing the Leading Novelties m Ladies' Mantles, Jackets, and Dnat Qloaks. BOOTS. BOOTS.— Keep the feeti dry and save doctor's bills. Quality Is everything m bad weather. I guarantee every pair. Best value m New Zealand at Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saanders' Buildings. — Robert Aloorn. WANTED Known.— J. Obr and Co are now Showing a large assortment of Ladies' Embroidered Robes from 10b 6d. WANTED) Cash, — Mulr's Oatmeal (251 b), 2s 6d; Candles, sd ; Vestas, 5d doz. ; Coffee and Milk, Is ; Cocoa and Milk, Is ; Corn Floor, 4d ; Fruits In Syrap (21b tine), Is. Crockery; Glassware, and Ironmongery. — J. McGregor, Tsnored street. ! WANTED Known. — J Orr and Co's Drapery Department I* under new management. Prices of the Whole Stccfc havo been revised and reduced to such a point as will command aspeedy sale. MRS ADAMS has removed to Saundera' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. Crewel Silks, Wools, and Fancy Goods of every description kept m stock. Agent for Eclipse Dye Works. Registry office for Servants. 10 92 "XITANTED everyone to know that VV J. O. Duncan is a Land Broker, licensed to prepare and register Transfer?, Mortgages, Ecoumbranc9B, Leases, Registration Abßtracfß, Powers of Attorney, Application* to bring Land under the Act, Bnd every description of instruments under the Land Transfer Act — J. 0. Duncan, Arcade, .Ashburton, 10J101 Summer 1888. Latest J^ovblties IN AIL DEPARTMENTS, NOW ON VIEW AX THE NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY. Everything New. New Shirts. New Underclothing, New Ties, New Hati, New Salts for Boya, New Salts for Men, Everything New and of the LATEST FASHIONS. Bee oar Windows, and judge for yonraelves. encourage; &ooal industry AND BUT FROM TH« New Zealand ClothiDg Factory. W. H. WEBBER, Manatf«»\

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Issue 1980, 26 October 1888

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Issue 1980, 26 October 1888

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