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Public Notice 3 ART 6OOIETY, FHBS L^c'uro on tho "First Artist" postponed fiom THURSDAY vrlll bedo'lvcrel by O. E. Hugo, To-m- rrow night, lUESDAY tho 6th at 8 p.m. Bhurp, at tho AsioclaUon'n Kooms, B»undor»' Balilnge. The Publlo are invited. E. M. BLAKE, 16 22 Saoretary. j KEID iND GRA.y^ NEW IMPROVED T OWDOWN T^^^VATOR BINDER L Hi D Will be exhibited at work at ihe forth - coming Show, and may be seen afte* that In out- yard et AahburloD. I*4l IN BANKRUPTCY. THE following Dividends are now pay* able at my Offioo, Court house, Ashbucton, on all ace )p tod proved claims : Estate of James Hnddleston Oarleton, of Ashbnrton, laborer, One Shilling In the Pound (Is to £ ) Estate of John William Furneanx, of Ashburton, oarpenter, Twenty Shilling* m the Pound (20> In £.) J. 0. BELL, Deputy Official Assignee. Ashbartoo, Nov. 6, 1888. 11*30 - NEW PAPERHANGINGS EX "TAIN 01" NOW OPENED, -| A_ BALES PAPERHANGINGS 10ASE DECORATING ENAMEL PAINTS James Oraigie, TANCBED BTEEET. ' 10 13 SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. ESPECIALLY WHEN THE PRODUCT IS VERY SUPERIOB. HAVING mode a special purchase of a lareo lot of Ashburton Tweeds, part of which I hnvo had made up m the best atvle and finish, I now offer hotter value m Men's, Yontbs', and Boys' Suits, than can be had anywhere m New Zealand. Suits to measure, both fit and material guaranteed . VALUE UNEQUALLED. EOBEET^LCOKN, ASHBURTON CLOTHING MART, BAUNDERS' BUILDINGS. Trees, Trees Trees rnHK Undersigned begs to thank X, numerous Friends and Customers tbelr past favors, and calls their s c %ttentlon to his oxtonslve stock of FRUI AND FOREdT TREES of all sorts. N.B. —Planting done by contract, nj all Treoß supplied and planted by mo will be naranteod for 12 months. Fruit Trees pruned and gardens kept In order by tho week or by tbe year. 40,000 Oup> Mncrooarpa, 1 year old, 20,000 ditto, 2 years old. 24,000 Plnua Inelgnla. All orders by poat, or left with Ma H. G. Flower, Confectioner, East Street, shall receive my prompt attention. James Porter, OLIFTON NURSERY] 192 Allenton, Ashburton. Drapery **!£$ Drapery!! Mitchell & Turner Desire to inform their numerous Customers that their SECOND LARGE PURCHASE 07 NEW GOODS 18 KOW BWNQ OFBITCD W, SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF STRAW HATS, LACES j DRESSES, PRINTS, CORSETS, Etc., MENS AND BOYS' CLOTHING. Dont't Forget. We keep a first-class Stook of GENTS', LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS, Mitchell & Turner, TANCRED STREET. H, J, WOOD & Go. BTATIONERS' HALL, Jfriodlander's Buildings Ashburton. NEW BOOKS. A LARGE Selection of the latest oheap Editions. No* Books for Sohool Prfzu and Presentation In great variety. A special discount to Sohool- and Library Committees . CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CARDS, New Season 1888 89. A LARGE AND BEAUHFUL ASSORTMENT Now re»dy for Inspection, inoludlng Ohromo, Hand Painted, and Photo Cards o New Zealand Scenery, suitable for sending to Friends m other parts of tho* werld. Large stook of Stationery and Aeoount Book's of every description. Writing Cases and Desks, Sorap, Photo, and Fern Albums, Work Boxes, Parses, Card Oases. Pooket Books.Photo Framee, and every description of Fancy Stationery. LETTS' DIARIES FOR 1889. Commercial, Rongb, and Pucket Series. 11. J. WOOD & CO., STATIONERS' HALL, ASHBTJBTON. |

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888

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