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Wanted \ I /"ANTED * Girl to sßtist m tbe ( W feltobenatafatm. Apply to M*s Friedlander. 11 62 / . _^_ V*/" ANIED Known — Mrs Mbroh, . W DreFsmakor, has returned ftom !S) dney, and recommenced busines* m Faunders' Buildings, next Mr R. Alcorn's. 10 78 "Til / ANTED Known — J. Orr and Co VV are no? showing Ladies' and Children's Artistic Millinery m Great Variety. "Tl FANTED overyoDo to know that W J. C. Dukcan is a Land Broker, licensed to prepare and register Transfer?, Mortgages, Ercumbrancae, Leases, Kegia- ' tration A Detracts, Powers of Attorney, Applications to briog Land under the Act, nnd every description of instruments utitor tho Land Tranafer • Act— J. 0 DukoaN, Aroade,- Anhburton. 10J10J TTOR gennlno Aohburton Twoad Sulta i^ roadz-raade, or to measure, fit and quality guarantfed, and »t prices no* • quailed; go to R. Aloorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saundnrs 1 Unildinprs. WANTED Known.— J. Obb and Co invite Ladies to inspect their large and varied assortment of Summer Dress Materials. Over one thousand pieces to select from. SHEEP SHEABS, 11 A'e, BB A'o, and BB&St'Z's; and genuine Turkey Stonet.— Kobsrt Aicorn, Saunders' Bnlldlngp. : \ 1 /"ANTED Known— Th»t Mrs Bill, VV Monthly Nurse, has removed from Peter Street to Dr Trevor'a house, la Moore Street. 10t39 GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY. Hundreds of remnants of all kinds WANTED Known.— J. Orr and Co are now showiog a large assortment of Ladieß* Embroidered Eobes from 10s 6d. ; CJTOCKINGS— 700 paira of Ladies and j^ Children's sample Hose just opened (landed under the old Tariff.) All quality to be aold cheap during our sale. — H. C. SEGEBB, Melford House . WANTED Known.— J. Orr and Co are now showing a Large Assortment of Feathers, Flowers, .Ribbons L£C3B, Gloves, &a. 10 j 102 VXTANTED Known— We nre now YV showing a splendid assortment of Summer Millinery and Drapery, at very low prices. — H. O. Seqers, Melford House. WANTED Known. — J Orr and, Co's Drapery Department Is under new management. Prices of tho Whole Stock have been revised and reduced to such a point as will command a speedy sale. WANTED Known— We are now chewing a grand assortment of Trimmed ?nd Untrlmmed Hats and Bonnets. The largest Stock to choose from In town, and the cheapest house. — H. O. Seoers, Melford House. "TT T ANTED Known.— J. Obr and Co VV & r o now showiDg the Leading Novwltieß m Ladies' Mantles, Jackets, and Dust Cloaks. GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY. Tremendous Bargains. MRS ADAMS has removed to Saanders' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. Crewel Silke, Wools, and Fancy Goods of every description kept m stock. Agent for Eclipse Dye Works. Registry offioe for Servants. 10 92 V|7 ANTED KNOWN— That I have V w appointed Mrs Adams sole agent m Ash burton for the Eclipse Dye Works, Christchurch. Ladies dreeaes and gentlemon'B clothes cleaned or dyed Seal Skinß, Gloves and Feathers, Silks, Damask Curtains, Table Covers, Sashes Cleaned oj Djed, etc., vhd all kinds of animal skins drefcsed ant 7 made up to order. — A. J. Chapman, 161 Armagh street, Christchurch 130 THE FEDERAL COFFEE PALA.OE, at the corner of Colons & Kino Streets, Melbourne, Now open for business. The Federal Palace is only two minutes walk from the Central Railway Station and the Wharves. The Palace contains 550 rooms, comprising Drawing, Dining, Reading, Sitting, Billard, Bed, and other rooms. Special accommodation for families and permanent boarders. The Cuisine and Table appointments for the daily luncheon are a speciality. Particular care exercised to secure perfect immunity from Accident by Fire. All charges moderate. 9 25 GEO. COHEN, Manager. Summer 1888. ±J AIT ES T J\j -O YE L T I E S IN ALL DEPARTMENTS NOW ON VIEW AT THE NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY, Everything New. New Shirts. New Underclothing, Now Ties, New Hats, Now Suits for Boys, New Bults - for Men, Everything New and of the LATEST FASHIONS. i i See oar Windows, and judge for yourselves SPECIAL. Suits made to measure m good style and from the newest checks and stripes from £2 16s. ENCOURAGE LOCAL INDUSTRY AND RUY FROM THE New Zealand. Clothing Factory. W, H. WEBBER, Mana««»";

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1995, 13 November 1888

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1995, 13 November 1888

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