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Wanted j XX J ANTED an apprentice to the \ * Millinery — Apply Mt-lford Hone r 11 84 WANTKD a Iloufekeeper for the J Country ; a respectable middle- t agid women, Apply to Mrs Appi/et.>n. I Alford Forest ?oad. 11 77 HOB xS4LB— A eood Cow ; tim^ m to 1/ dive. Very quiet; Bplendi^ mi ker. Apply ofßoe of this piper. 11 74' TT7"ANTED Known. — Vacancy for two V \ Single Men Boardere m a nrivatefami'y. Terms moderato. App'yXY.Z. 11 Guardian " Ofßco. 1167 BOARD Htid Ttesidcnc s for a rta r icctablo Young Man iv a private fami'v. Apply office of thi3 p;ipor. 11 68 \l Known — Mrs MEft(m, «'* Dr 1 ? 1 emaker, hos riturnod fon 8> dnay, and ro commenced l'U*iiUß< m Paunders* Build n 3 -s, next Mrß. Alcora'a. 10 78 Tl/ ANTED Kno-.va — J. Orr and Cc, VV are ho* showing Ladies' nn-i Children's Article Milliaory m Gre.it Variety. MKS AD\MS haa rera-ived to Saundera' Buildings, opposite Riilw y btation. Crenel Silks, Wools, and Fancy floods of every description kept la etack. Agent for Eclipse Dye Works. Registry offioe for Servanta. 10 92 WANTED everyone to know that J. C. DfkoAv is a Land Broker, licensed to prepare and register Traußf tra, Mortgages, Encumbrances, Leases, Regint ration Abelrac'B, Powers of Attorney, Applications to bricg Land under the Act, onl every description of instruments unucr the LaDd Transfer Act — J. O Duncan, Arcade, Ashburton. 10J101 }70R genolna Aahburtoo Tweed Sul r s J read^-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranty ed, and at prices an- • quailed, go to R. Alcorn, Aahburton Clothing Mart, S»unden>' Uuildicea. WANTED Kdowq.—J. Ona and Co invite Lacies to inspect their large and vari d assortmect of Summer Dress Materials. Over one thousand pieces to solect from. SHEEP SBEABS, 11 A'e, BB A's, and BB%^Z'B; and genuine Turkey Stores. — ROB3RT Aicorn, Saunders* BuHdioge. \ \ RANTED Known—That Mrs Rill, VV Monthly Nnree, has removed from Peter Street to De Trevor's hoa«e. In Moore Street. 10+39 WANTED Known. -J Obr and Co aro now showing a lar^e a°tort men f . of Ladies' Embroidered Robes from 10b 6J. STOCKINGS— 700 paira of Ladies and Children's sample Hos3 juat opened landed under the old Tariff.) All quality to be sold cheap during our sale.— ti. C. Segeks, Melford House. WANTED Known.—J. Orr and Co are now ehowing a Large Assortment of Feathers, Flowers, Ribbons Laces, Gloves, &c. lo{lo2 WANTED Known— Wo are now showing a splendid asaortment of Saosmsr Millinery and Drapery, at very low prices. — H. C. Sfgers, Melford House. WANTED Known. — J Orr and, C'j's Drapery Department !a under new jnanagement. Prices of Jfce \Yholo Stcck _ have_ been rev^cj' an d t reduced to such a point ns will command aspeeiiy Bale. ) XJ^jATSTtiD Known — We are now Vy ehowlng a grand assortment of Trimmed end Untrimmed H»ta and Bonnets. The largest Stock to choofie from In town, an-i the cheapest housa.— ' H. O. Seoerß, Melford House. WANTED Known.— -J. Obr and Co aTO now showing tbe Leading Novblties m Ladies' Mantles, Jackets, and Dust Cloaks. _______________________________________________________ WANTED KNOWN— That I have appointed Mbs Adams solo agent iD Ashhurton for the Fclipse Dye Works, Ghristchurch. Ladies dresses and gmtlemen's clothes cleaned or dyed. Seal Skins, Gloves and Feathers, Silks, Damask Curtains, TabJe Covers, Sashes Cleaned oa D^ed, etc., end all kinds of animal &kins dreteeil anc* made up to order. — A. J. Chapman, 16 L Armagh street, Christchnrch 130 Bead - | "THBMIRROB," AEIGH-CLASS Weekly Social, Political, Literary, and Dramatic paper, to be published every FKIDAY, price -3d, by the Centennial Printing and Publishing Company, Limited, Melbourne Place, Russell Street, Melbourne, Summer 1888. Jj_A T_E S T JN|O V E L_T IE S IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, NOW ON VIEW ' AT THE NEW ZEALAND OLOTBING * FACTORY. Everything New. NW Shlrtr. New Underclothing, New Ties, Few Hate, New Suits for Boys, New Suits for Men, Everything Now and of tho LATEST FASHIONS. See onr Windows, and judge for yourselves SPECIAL. Suits made to measure m good Btyle and from the newest checks and stripes from £2 16s. ENCOURAGE LOCAL INDUSTRY AND BDY FR r M THE New Zealand ClothiDg Factory. W. H. WEBBER, t Manager;

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 16 November 1888

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 16 November 1888

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