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Public Notices TO THE PUBLIC OP ABHBURTON AND DISTRICT. Wauehop & Co,, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, LaKD AND FINANCIAL AGENTS, ARE prepared to do business for Clients at' Lowest Rates. Grain, Wool, and all Farm Prodaos sold punotnally, and account aalee rendered promptly; Goods bought for OHentß m the beat markets, and forwarded without dplay. Loans negotiated for sums front* £10 to £10,000 on freehold seoarlty. Liens on Crops, Wool, and other eeonrlty. All business strictly private. WAUCHOP & CO., 224 Hereford Street, Christohuroh, MEET THE TIMES. C TRUCKLE, PROPRIETOR of the Prince Albert Boarding - House, Wills Street, Asbburton, next OddfellowR 1 Hall, while thanking his many Friends and Customers for their liberal support for the past 10 years, solicits a continuance of the same. Board and Lodging, 16s, 18s pei week, or 3s p?r day. Dinners only, 4s per week, Good accommodation for Families, and private rooms for Ladies* 7 52 TO THE LADIES OF ASHBUBTON. Misses Morrison & Holloway dress and mantlh makers Tancbbd^Btmbt ASHBURTON. 6 169 A OARD.j Miss Carson, TEACHER OF MUSIC, '(PIANOFORTE AND ORGAN), Bubnktt Stbeet, 12 101 o # JL> /Seymour, SURGEON DENTIST, 215, Colombn Street (new Buildings near corner of Gloucester Street.) Established 1869 SCALE OF~OHARGES : Extraction, 2e 6d per tooth ; Fillings, 5b per tooth, A redaction made where a number require attending to. ARTIFI3IAL TEETH. The chargeß for Artificial Teeth are n?ad< with a view to strict economy, regulated by such circumstances as cases present, ok such materials ag patients prefer. Par- i ticulars given on application. Consulta- ' tion free. Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas) < administered when required. Attendance, j 9 a.m, to 6 p.m. 215, Colombo Steebt, Chbistohuboh. t 8 167 ■ GREAT CLEABING SALE. * t -mm— C £ BARGAINS ( BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! \ Having resolved to dispose of my Stock I 07 I HARDWARE, CROCKERY, BRUSH- < WARE, AND GLASSWARE. i To make room for entirely new Stock, the above will be sold at actual cost for CASH. This ib a Genuine Sale, and purchasers will save over 50 per cent by taking advantage of the opportunity. Wm, Baylis Storekeeper, Triangle. JAM PSIHO. Some time lince we published a umal paragraph en the unsatisfactory nature much of the jam retailed In the colony. This reached Meisrs Klrkpatrlck abd^Oo., of Nelson, and they went to work m a very practical fashion to prove that the jams manufactured by the firm were of the best quality. Two cases of assorted jams were sent to this offioe, with a requeat that «c would thoroughly test the jam along with other brands, and give our opinion. vVe are happy to state, frankly and fully mat we have been very muoh surprised, as prior to the ' receipt of Messrs Kirkpatrlek'a gift we were nnaware that .New Zetland conld boast of an Industry of whiob It has so maoh reason to be proud. The various sorts of jtSfe were tested by a nnmber of persons, who compared the samples with other brands, and the general verdict la that not only are Messrs Klrkpatrlck'a productions f»r aud away better than any other .New Zealand brand we can obtain, but they ■re aoperior to Jbingllsn jams In being fresher. The nearest approach to the excellence of the Welaon jam was that contained m tins bearing the name of a Taamanian firm, but even In this oomparlson the Nelson article came out » long I way best. We are pleased to be able to give unstinted praise to a genuine local industry, the product of whloh we can unreservedly recommend to consumers. All of the many persons who hava tested the earn plea are loud In their praise, and we mast nnreservedly congratulate Messrs Ktrkpatrlck and Co. upon turning out a genuine fruit jam fit to grace the tables and please the palates of the most hixoriuoa and fastidious.—-" Hawke's .bay Herald," July 18th. Samples of Klrkp»trlck and Go's " E brand of jam have been forwarded to as and we are free to confess that they appear to be In every way excellent and as they become better known m the local market will meet with muoh appreciation from the heads of households. The maker asserts that none but the purest fruits grown m Nelson are uaed In his manufactures, and we *te content to accept that assurance* Certainly the jams i possess a richness and f reaQueaa of flavor t that bears that assertion ont.-^-Dqofldl

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1999, 17 November 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1999, 17 November 1888

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