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Public Kotices " * Street, next Patching, sailTHE '«BBD CROSS" PRESERVING COMPANY, Ohapol Street, South Yarra, Vlotoria, y (y NNED^oma^eqnal to American, \J and at- same pnoo ; also Peaches, .Fears, Apnoote. at th» fi™«t qo3 iji v "„ J m heavy eyirup. AH theso^oS ■ «?J manufactured under tin* ™ B °.°? B "« Trees Trees. Trees THE Jndersigned bea« t» *k • ttimeron Frlendfe !?«■«* tbelr fast favors, and oaF. o £ 8 . lo »ew ittentton to his extenalve a\ J7 el /4, ' -_„ AND FOREST TREES of Vof FR UI < N.B. -PJantlng done by cS? ttn - all Trees supplied and planted 6* » J be naranteed for, 12 months/^, wl " Trees pruned add gardens kept ' Dr j by the week or by tbe year. 40,0G$~ er Maorooarpa, 1 year old, 20,000 df % years old. 24,000 Pinna Intlgnli. >a All orders by post, or left with H. G. Pcower, Oonfeotloner, East Strl vhall reoelva. my prompt; attention. James Porter, OLIFT ON NURBIIRY 192 Allenton, Ashburton. The Miners 9 . Strike AT NEWCASTLE, N.S.W,, HAS already proved to be a good thing for New Zealand. Tha lnoreasad ontpnt of all the mioen m New Zealand has neojßsltated the employment of largo numbers of men- in addition to the 4 regular etaff kept by ptopcletora of mines. Keep yoar money I Q New Zealand, and help to make employment for thej>opol». tloo. Barn Moant Somera and Westport Goal. ■• I have made fresh arrangements for the supply of theee two Ooala, and can now sell at Reduced Bates for CASH on delivery, MOTJHT SOMBHS OoAl. WbstPOEX COAL Per ton, 23i ed, 46> Half ton, lla 6i 28j Quarter ton, 6f -12 8 Booking Extra, Mount SometaOdaiperTraoklotd, In Trucks 17s 6 i per ton Oaeh at Ashbortoa .Station, ... NEWCASTLE COaITaLSO IN STOCK JOHN GTfeTEIiL IcCALLUI & Co., vAehburton Branch ; Eaat Street, next Bank of NeW Zealand,) IRONMONGERS, TIMBER AND COAL MERCHANTS, AND MANUFACTURERS, PAINTERS, QLA2IBBB, PAPEBHA2STOBBS DBCOBATOBS,Eto. IBONMOftGEBY DEPt, We have landing and to arrive, Stock| ot i urnlshing and, General Ironmongery, rouilßtlng of the following lines :— FENDERS, PIREIRONS COAL VASES AMERICAN 6T0V83 RA.NGBSI, HOLLOWABB TILE and oth?r REGIBTKSB CUTLERY, E.P. WARS OHOBNB, TOOLS FENCING AND BARBED WIBB, etc., eto. TIMBER DEPARTMENT. . We have on band exceptionally goo Stocki of KAURI, AMERICAN SHELVING, HOBART PALING 9, BPLIT POSTS and RAILb, and every d eoription of ROUGH and DBE9SED TIMBER, Which we oan Bapply either frpm our YARDS IN TOWN or direct from our SOUTHLAND MILLS at prices which cannot be Improved upon elsewhere, COAL DEPARTMENT. Newcastle, Coal Westport Coal Brunner Coal AND FIREWOOD. OUR FACTORY ■ Includes- tho following Machinery:— Completa Sot Door and Sash, Standard making, Spouting, Bidging, and Turning Machinery, PAINTING, pTpERHANaiNG, GLAZING, AND DECORATING DEPARTMENT. We can confidently aollolt the support of oar Ooßtomers and the pnbllo general f this Department. It being In ohat 3 of experienced men, we guarantee ' 31bbb of work. ESTIMATErGfIVEN. We have juat received from ond 10,000 pieces of the latest and ; fashionable designs m Paperhangln: from 6d to 10s per piece. PAINTS, OIL, VARNISHES PAPERHA.NGINQ3 GLABS—Plain, FigDred, £i)aiaellrd— ODT TO ANY SIZE, And General P+ock of Materials used nthoTrade^ • v .; In thanking our Oußtomeri and tbe public generally for their liberal, sappe, In the past, we , beg to announce that . have re-organfsed ont branoh under new management, and In adding the Furnishng and General Ironmongery Department we have every confidence that we tb« receive the oupport it will claim b/ variety and prices; McGaUntn & Co, A. P. WELLS

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 8 November 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 8 November 1888

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