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Wantog VTTAISTED to sell a good nccoiid-hand VV Sadd'o nnd Bridle.— Apply Prloco Albert BoardiDghcnso, Wills Street. A"hharto» 10 225 .i. ;AN'IEI> Known —Mrs Wkrcu, ' :: " f)rs^emaker, has rt turned f o-u dnsy, i'nd r^s common end lu«inaß-< m ftiindtrs' IJuild n^s, next Mr It. /ilcorn'B. 10 78 ' ' E7OR Rennlnft Aehburton Tnood Snltp, ; rend?-mftdo, or to mcasaro, fit »uo* quality gnarantred, snd ut prioci anqua'led, go (o R. Aicjrn, Asbburton ClothTg Mairt, S.iundi r*' liniidlnKS. WANTED Kaowo.— J. Qw a1) Co invite Luiieß to inopect their lurgo nnd vnri d UEOortmoi t oe Sunimor Eresa Materials. Over ono thoußand pice.a to Bfilrct from. ANTED Known— The beat and cheapest hocse f\>r Vy e ddie« < ut fita, l f ami y Mourning;, Woollen Dresaea, Silk Mercor^, aad Guneral Fauoy Ooodn. is AKDnF.tv ' itK h. 10 185 UEKP"sHETI^7iI A'a, BB A'a, &m\ BB»iNZ>; and BPunliio Turkey Stonet.— Robsbt Ajloor.v, Sauodero' BalldiDgt. WAKTED Known—That Mua Bill, Monthly Nar«e, hw removed from Peter Street to Df Trevor'o houeo. Id Moore Street. 10t39 VTTAISTBD Known— Akdkew Oku 1b YV allowing a grand display of Aahburton, Kdap i, Koslyn, and Worsted Tweeds for suits. Bulte to meaanre from HZ 10i. 10 184 WANTED Known.— J. Orb and Oo aro now Ehowing a Large Assortment of Feathers, Flowora, Hibbtno Lccjb Glovon, &o. 10110^ STOCKINGS— 700 pairs of Ladies and Children's cample Hobo just opened nnder the old Tariff.) All quality to be sold cheap during our Bale. — li. O. Seqeus, Melford Houbo. "TT7"ANTED Known— Andrew Orr Is W ahowing beautiful Embroidered Robes, Oor«etO| new Dress Goods, Ladles* trimmed Hats acd Bonnets, Illbbcna, Flowers, and Feathers. 10 183 ~TVr ANTED Known — J. Orr and Co VV two now showing Ladioß* and Children's Artistic Millinery m Great Variety « ITTANTED Known— We are now VV showing a splendid assortment of Summer Millinery and Drapery, at very low prloe».— H. O. Sigers, Melford House. "TTTANTKB Known— Andrew Orr VV has opened bis Second Shipment of hlgh-claea Drapery, Olothing, and Boots, ex Tongarlro. The very latest London fashions. 10 182 WANTED] Cash. — Moir's tOatmeal (251 b), 2j 6d; Candles, 6d ; Vestas, 5i doz. ; Coffee and Milk, lo ; Cocoa and Milk, Is ; Corn Flour, 4d ; Fruits m Syrap (21b tfn»), I>. Crockery; Glassware, and Ironmongery. — J. MoGrkqor, Tailored street. MRS ADAMS has removed to Saunderu' Buildings, opposite Rt(lvr»y btation. Ore wel Sllke, Wools, and Fancy floods of every description kept m stook. Agont for Eclipse Dye Works. Registry oftioe for Servants. 10 92 WANTED Known. — J Orr and, C;'« Drapery Dopartraont Is under now management. Pricoß of tho Whole Stec'c havo born revised and roducod to buoli a point ns will command anpeoiiy nnlo. _ WANTED Known— We aro now showing a grand oesortmoat of Trlmmrd ra<i Ur.trlmmod Htts and Bonnets Tho largest Stock to choose from m town, nnn tbo ohcapest house. — H, O. Seoerb, Melford Houso. TTT ANTED Known.— J. Orr and Co VV aro now nhowiog tbo Loading NoVfltfea m Ladies' Mantles, Jackets, and Duat CJlnaka. WANTED Known.- J. Orr and Co are now fih'iwing a large aveort men' of Lndica' Embroidered Hobos from 10b 61: WANTED evo-yono to know that J. C. Dfkca 't is a Land broker, Jicenßed to propuro and rogis"er Transfer**, Mortgnges, Etcuaibrancoß, Loason, Regiu- { tratJon Abfitrao's, Powers of At'orney, j Applications to brirg Land under the Act, and every description of inetrumonts under lho Lttnd Transfer Act. — J. 0. Dokoan, Arcado, Anhburlon. 10J101 THE FEDERAL COFFEE PALACE, at tho corner of Collins & King Streets, Melbourne. Now open for btmnefs. Tho Federal Palace is only two roinatea walk from tho Central Hail way Station and tho Wharves. The Palace contains 550 rooms, comprising Drawing, Dining, Reading, Sitting, Billard, Bed, ar.d other rooms. Spcoiol accommodation for families and permanent boardorß. Tho Cuisine and Table appointments for tho daily luncheon are a speciality. Particular oaro exorcised to pocuro perfect immunity from Accident by Fire. All oh argon moderate. 9 25 GEO. COHEN, Manager. Summer 1888, Latest JSj oveltieb IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, NOW ON VIEW AT 7HE| NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY. Everything New. Now" Shirt*. New Underclothing, Now Ties, Now Hats, Now Suite for Boys, New Sult« for Men, Everything New •nd of the LATEST FASHIONS. See oar Windows, and jadgo for yourselves ENCOURAGE LOCAL INDUSTRY AKD BUY FROM TH« Hei Zealand} ClotWng Factory. W. H. WEBBER, Msß»g<»r #

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1984, 31 October 1888

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1984, 31 October 1888

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