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J Wanted | WANIED Known — Mrs Mkroh, Dressmaker, has returned from Sidney, and re commenced * business m Faunders' Build ngs, next Mr R. Akorn's. 10 78 MRS ADAMS bus removed to Saunders' Buildingß, opposite R^lw y Station. Crewel Silks, Wools, and Fancy of every description kept m stock. Aeent for Eclipse Dye Worka. Registry effioe for Servants. 10 92 ■TT / ANTED Known — J. Orr and Co VV. are dot Bhowing Ladloß* and Children's Artis'ic. Millinery m Great Variety. '■ "XI TAN TED cve r yone to know that VV J. C. Dukcas is a -Land broker, licensed to prepare and register Transfer?, Mortgages, Er cnaibranoep, Leases, Begis(ration Abetrac's, Powers of At f orcey, Applications to briog Land under the Act, ond every description of instruments under tha Land Trmnfer Act — J. 0 Duncan, Arcade, Aebburion. 10J101 FOE gcnnlno Aehburton Tweed Sulta read^ m"de, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices ango lo tt. Aioorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Sounders' Buildioes. WANTED Known.— J. Obb and Co 'invite Laoies to inspect their large and varied "assortment of Summer Dress Materials. Over one thousand pieces to select fromGLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY, Tremendous Bargains. QHEEP SHEARS, 11 A'a, BB A's, and O BB\NZ's; and genuine Turkey Stones.— Robset Axcorn, SaunderV Buildings. \\T ANTED Known— That Mrs Bill, W Monthly Nnrap, baa removed from Peter Street to Dc Trevor'a honse, In Moore Street. 10.t39 WANTED Known.— J. Orr and Co are now showing a large aseortment of Ladies' Embroidered Robes from 10a 6d. «___ GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY will open on Friday '■ STOCKINGS— 700 pairs of Ladies and Children's sample Hoss jaat opened (landed under tho old Tariff.) All quality to be Bold cheap during our eale. — H. C. Skgkrs. Melford House. WANTED Known. — J. Orr akd Co are now showing a Large | Assortment of Feathers, Flowers, Ribbons Lao^B, Gloves, &a. 101102 WANTED Known— We are now showing « splendid assortment of Summer Millinery and Drapery, at very low prloes,— H. O. Szgbrs, Melford Home. WANTED Known. — J Orr and, Co's Drapery Department is under new management. Prices of the Whole Stock have been revised and reduced to each a point as will command a speedy sale. WANTED Known— We are now Bbovdng a grand aaaortmeat of Trimmed and Untrimmed Hits and Bonnets. The largest Stock to choose from In town, and the cheapest honsa. — H. O. Segers, Melford Homo. TT7" ANTED Known.— J. Orr. and Co VV aro now showiog the Leading Novhlties m Ladies' Mantles, Jackets, and Dust Cloaks. rr/ ANTED KNOWN— Tliat I have V? appointed Mrs Adams agent m Ashburton for tho hclipse Dye Works, Christcburch. Ladies dresses and gentle men's clothes cleaned or dyed Seal Skins, Gloves and Feathers, Silks, Damnsk Curtains, Table Covers, Pashes Cleaned oj Djed, etc., end all kinds of animal okins dreteed an(* made up to order. —A. J. Chapman, 161 Armagh street, Cbrißtchnrch 130 WE HAVE FOR SALE— One ten horse power Traction Engine with Combine and Elevators complete, all m perfect order. For full particulars apply to FBIEDLANDER BEOS. 10f48 GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY. Hundreds of remnants of all kinds THE FEDERAL COFFEE PALACE, at the corner of Collins & King Streets, Melbourne. Now open for basinets. The Federal Palace is only two minutes walk from the Central Railway Station and tho Wharves. The Palace contains 550 rooms, comprising Drawing, Dining, Reading, Sitting, Billard, Bed, and other roomß. Special accommodation for families and permanent boarders. The Cuisine and Table appointments for the daily luncheon are a speciality. Particular caie exrrcised to secure perfect immunity from Accident by Fire. All charges moderate. 9 25 GEO. COHEN, Manager. Summer 1888. JU A|T E S T Jjf OVELTIES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, NOW ON VIEW AT THE 3 NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY, Everything New. New Shirt*. New ' Underclothing, New Ties, New Hatt, New Salts for Boys, New Soiti for Men, Everything New •nd of the LATEST FASHIONS. Sic oar Windows, and judge for yonraelvea ENCOURAGE LOCAL INDUSTRY AND BUY FROM THB New ZealandJlClotlung Factory. W. H, WEBBER, MnD»g«r;

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888

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