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Wanted WANTED a boy about 14 years of Age, for the maohine room. Apply Mail Office. PLOUGH Teams wanted ct W«eterfield. Apply at once, " 12 19 \\7 ANTED Known— Davit' Toy and \y Finoy Bfrziar, Tanored Striet, opposite Union Bank, is now open. Admission Free. Inspection invited, 12+13 Tin" ANTED Known — Mrs Mbrch, T» Drsfßmaker, has roturned f'Om Sydnoy, nnd re-commenced business in Faunders 1 Buildings, next Mr R, Alcorn's. IP 78 , WANTED Known. — That Miss Edwabds, Tailoress, is prepared to make BoyB 1 Clothing, *Ibo Cuffing, Strap piDg, repairs and alterations, &o — Miss iJDWARDs, oorner Mooro street and B'At. 11 10P MRS ADAMS baß removed to Sunndarn' Buildings, oppoaito Rtilwy Station. Crewel Silks, Wools, and Fanoy Goods of every description kept in stock. Agent for Eolipsa Dye Works. Registry office for Servants. 10 82 "TT/ ANTEP Known — J. Obr ±vp Co VV are now showing Ladies'. and Children's Artistio Millinery in Great Variety. SHEEP SBE ABS, 11 A's, BB A's, and BBaMZ'b; and gennlne Turkey Stonei. — Robsbt Alcobn, Saunders BnUdlpgs. WANTED everyone to know that J. C. Duncan is a Land Broker, lioenaed to prepare, and register Transfers, Mortgage^ EnoaxbraDcesf, Leases, Regifif' tration Abstracts, Powers of Attorney, Applications to bring Land under the Act, ana every description of instruments undor the Land Transfer Aot. — J. O. Duncan, Aroade, Ashbnrton. 10J10] FOR gennlne Aehburton Tweed Suits read? made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices nnequalled, go to R. Aicobit, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saunders' Hulldings. WANTED Known.— J.-Obb and Co invite Lao iee to inspect their large and varied assortment of Summer Dress Materials. Over one thousand pieces to select from. ANTED Knowo— That Mrs Bill, Monthly Nuree, has removed from Peter Street to Dr Trevor's house, In Mooro Bfcreet. 10t39 WANTED Known.— J. Obb and Co are now ehowiDg a large assortment of Ladies' Embroidered Robes from 10b 6d. WANTED Known— That S. W. Alcobk AND Co, are selling at Warehouse price, a splendid lot of Lidie* Silk and Cashmere Mantles, and Satin and Fanoy Sunshades, booght a bargain. No Talaa like them In Ashburton, STOCKINGS— 700 pairs of Ladies and Children's sample Hose just opened (landed under the old Tariff.) AH quality to be sold cheap during our sale. — EL. C. Seobbs, Melford House ANTfiD Known — J. Obb and Co are now showing a Large Assortment of Feathers, Flowers, Ribbons Laces Glovew, &c. 10U02 WANTED Known— We ere now showing a splendid assortment of Summer Millinery and Drapery, at very low prices. — H. 0. Seokrs, Molford Honse. GLASGOW DRAPERY and CLOTHING COMPANY. Hundreds of remnants of all kinds. WANTED Knnwn. — J Own *nd. Co's Drapery DepErtroent is under new management. Prices of the Whole Stock have been revised and reduced to such a point as will command a speedy sale. WANTED More Known— That S. W; Alcobn and Co. is the cheapest House in Ashburton. Gieat variety of Dress materials; Priuts and Fanoy Gala'.eas to ohoose from. 11 159 WANTED Known— We are now showing a grand assortment of Trimmed and Untrlmmed Hats nnd Bonnets. The largest Stock to ohoose from in town, and tbo cheapest house. — B. C. Seoebs, Melford House. WANTED Known.— J. Obb and Co are now ehowiog the Leading Novelties in Ladies' Mantles, Jackets, and Dust Cloaks. WANTED KNOWN— That I have appointed Mbs Adams sole agent i in Aebburton for the Eclipße Dye Works, Ghrislchurch. Ladies dreeseß and gentle- I men's clothes cleaned or dyed, beal Skins, Gloves and Feathers, Silks, Damask Curtains, Tab/e Covers, Sashes Cleaned oj Djed, etc., end all kinds of animal skins dretße»l ant 7 made up to order. — A. J. Chapman, 161 Armagh street, Christchurch 130 Summer 1888. JjA|TEST 117 ALL DEPARTMENTS, . ffO^.ON YIEW AX THBl' J NEW ZEALAND OLOTBING FACTORY. - • . Everything New. New Shirts. New Underclothing, New Ties, Few Hati, New Suits for Boys, New Sulta for Mod, Everything Hew- - | . and of the LATEST FASHIONS. See oar Windows, and judge for yourselves SPECIAL. Suits made to mensuro in good style and from the newest checks and stripes from £2 16s. ENCOURAGE LOCAL INDUSTRY ANB BUYgFBOM TH« New ZealandiHMbiDg Factory. W, H, WEBBER,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2003, 3 December 1888

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2003, 3 December 1888

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