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Pubic Noticeß. "Wool I AM prepared to purchase WO< L of all descriptions, m any quantity at fall market prioes. G. BTSSET. Also buyer of SHEEPSKINS and HIDES. 11 28 ASHBURTON COAL and FIREWOOD DEPOT. . RPJ "OEAN begs lo Inform hie • JO* 13 friends and the pnblic generally that he h»n secured a fresh ■apply of beat Newcastle coal wbloh he Intends to sell at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Also In Stock— VI ount Somers. Malvern, Weatport, and Newcastle Coal. Firewood, Poet and Rails, Stakei, Strainer?, e»o , eto.Oats, Bran, Sharps, Potatoes, Chaff, Ohlokwbeat, etc. R S. BEAN, West Street. HEW PAPERHANGINGS ~ »X"TAINCI" NOW OPENED, ■J A_ BALES PAPERHANGINGS ICASE DEOORATJNG ENAMEL PAINTS James Craigie, TANCRED STEEET. 10 13 QUOD FAOIMUS "VaLDE FACIMIUS (" What -we do we do well ") Tt£JS OHRIBTOtIUROH DB NTAL, BURGER?, ! 16S Cashel Street, Christchmch, next Robinson's Boot Store, and at the Octagon, Dnneiin. All operations at etriotly uniform and moderate Feee. Goiwnltation free. S. MYERS"~AND CO., BUBOEON DENTISTS. fjlPf WITHOUT TEE. I H H WITH TEETH ' JJITiOU. OXIDE G&S adminißtered. This Auaetbetic leaves no nnpleasant effects, and by its nee the extraction of Bad Stamps and Teeth is rendered perfectly Painle?B and Effective. Administered daily. Fee for administration of Gas, 63- Extraction. 2s 6d a tooth. Honrs of attendance, 9am. to 8 p.m. Private residence, 93 Bast Bait. The acknow^dged superiority cf AMERICAN DENTIBTR7 m the contraction of Artificial Teeth, the most finished workmanship , and replacing tho lost teeth TVM. K>RARILY ALMOST IMMBDIATKLY after extraction, have established onr reputation. A single Arti6cial Tooth, 10a , complete net. Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent, £10i0s; irtiflcwl leitn &nd Dentures mode by other denti«ts remodelled t small cast. BtODDing, Scaling Perfect and Painless. The Miners' Strike AT NEWCASTLE, N.S.W., a AS already proved to be a good thinp for New Zealand. The increase" outpat of nil the minen In New Zealand has necessitated the employment of Urge numbers of men In addition to the regalai cfaff kept by proprietors of mines. Keep yonr money m New Zealand, and help to m«ke employment for the popolatlon. Barn Moant Somera and Went port Goal. I have made fresh arrangements for the •apply of these tuo Cbals, and can no* sell at Induced B*te« for CASH oe delivery MOTJHT SOMIHB COAL WXBTFORT COAI Per ton, 23) 6d 45< Half ton, lls 6d , 23s Quarter ton, 6« 12a Booking Extra. Mount Snmere Coal per Track load, In Track* 17b 6J per ton Oaeh at Ashbnrton Station. KEWOASTLE OOAiTaLSO IN STOCK JOHN G.~RESTELL T. IBnllock, TO LET— 6-roomed hoaue In Cameron Street. — Apply to T. BULLOCK. !?1 Q FOR SALW i T ' S - 1166 > Wonting jb J-O Cameron Street, price as above. Terms can be arranged If required. Apply to T. BULLOCK. fr\O LET— A 5-roomed Honee m Cox JL Stieet. — Apply to T. BULLOCK. TO .LET. T}°OMS In" the Aroade Chambers X\ Apply to T. BULLOCK TO LET. QAQ ACRES Sheep Feed OVO Apply to i J. BULLOCK, TO LET. "" HOUSE of 5 Rooms, together with about 9 Acres of Uracs Land ; rental 10s 6d per week. Apply to T. BULLOCK. FOB SALE. T IGHT Spring Dray (new) made In | j guch a way that it coald be used &c a tip cart Apply to T. BULLOCK. FOR >ALK. 1 AA ACRES fronting >he Main Soath ]_[)[) Koad, not far from the Raceoourse. Apply to T. BULLOOK_ ~~ WINSLO W. |7\OR SALB Lots 67 end 74 Low Jj price «riH be accepted. Apply to T. BULLOOK. . REAPERS AND BINDERB FOR SALE. Q McOO iMIOK WIRE BINDERS n MoOORMIOK TWINK BINDERS ? BAMUELSON TWINE BINDER HORNSB? TWINE BINDER | *- ■ • T, BULLOCK, j"

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 26 November 1888

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 26 November 1888

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