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Wanted ANTED KNOWN— That the Anniverßsry Tea Meeting of tho Wakanui Wesleyan Church will bo held on Friday evening noxt, the 14ih, at the J Schoolroom, Wakanui. Tou from 5;30 , 12f57^ i I STANIED Known -— Mrs Meroh, j VV Dressmaker, has returned f.ora ■ Sydney,* and re-commenced business m Saundera' Buildings, noxt Mr B. Alcorn's. 10 78 WAITED Known. — That Miss Edwabds, Tuiloress, is prepared to ! make Boys' Clothing, f-lao Cuffing, Strap ping, repairs and alterations, &c — Miss Edwards, corner Moore street and Belt. 11 105 SHEEP SBEABS, 11 A'b, BB A'b, and BBaNZ'b; and genuine Turkey Stones. — Robert Aioorn, Sauodera Bulldiogß. MRS ADAMS has removed to Saundera 1 Buildings, oppoalto RnUvr^y Station. Crewel Silks, Wools, and Fancy Poods of every description kept m etook. Agent for Eclipse Dye Works. Registry offioe for Servants. 10 92 ANTED Known.— Beautiful Mill) nery. A ohoice assortment is now being shown ; also Sunshades, Silk Gloves, Laces, Fcarft>, &c, at Andruw Obb's. WANTED Known— We have the Largest and beßt assorted Stook m the District of Men's Bats acd Capa m all the leading shapes and atyles. — J. Obk AKP 00. WANTED Known— We are now showing a splendid assortment of Summer Millinery and Drapery, at very low prloeo. — H. O. Seobrs, Melford House. WANTED Known— We do the largest Tailoring Trade In the District. Perfect fit guaranteed and every garment warranted thoroughly shrunk. — J. Orb AND CO. WANTED Known— We are now showing a grand assortment of Trimmed end TJntrimmed Hate and Bonnets. The largest Stook to choose from m town, and the cheapest house.— H. O. Seoers, Melford House. WANTED Known.— Support Local Industry. Buy ycur Suita Athburton Tweed from 30s ; made to measure (end choose your own Tailor) from £3 10s.— Andrew Obr. WANTED Known—We bold an Immense Stook of Tweoda and Ooa'lngs to seleot frrm, A first-olass suit made to meatura from 60a. — J. Orr and 9^ : „ "T"l TANTED everyone to know that W J. C. Ditnoam is a Land Broker, licensed to prepare and register Transfers, Mortgages, Encumbrances, Leases, Registration Abstracts, Powßrß of Attorney, Applications to briog Land under the Act, and every description of instruments under the Land Transfer Act. — J. O. Dunoak, Aroade, Aehburtop. lOtlOl WANTED Known. — Andrew Orb is giving a Great Bargain m Boots* Glrla 1 School Boots, Women's Boots, 6s 6d, Men's EOR gennlao Aehburton Tweed Suite ready-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, end at prices un--1 equalled, go to R-. Aioorn, Aahburton Olothipg Mart, Saundera' Buildings. \ I /"ANTED Known— That Mrs Bill, VV Monthly Nnree, baa removed from Peter Street to Dc Trevor's house, l m Moore Street. 10t39 "\rMAS, Xmas.— Andrew Orb is show_2\_ ing Novelties m all Departments tor Xmaß Presents. WANTED Known — We hold a large and well-assorted Stock of Meo'a and Boyß' Clothing, mado from Colonial Tweed?, m every siza and Btyle.— J. Obr AND CO. W' ANTED Known— That S. W. Aloorn and 00. are wiling at Warehouse prtoe, a rplendid lot of Ladlea Silk and Oaßhmere Mantles, and Satin and Fancy Sunshades, bought a bargain. No valae like them m Ashburton, STOCKINGS— ?0O pairs of Ladies and Children's earn pie Hose juat opened " (landed under the old Tariff.) All quality to be sold cheap during our sale. — H. O. SEaERS, Melford House "TTTORSTED Tweeds. -A Beautiful VV ABSortment of Worsted Twee^e as exhibited at the late Show. Specially made to order for Andrew Obb. WANTEb~known=,-We h. Id a large and varied Stock of Man's White and Regatta Shirts, Scarves, Tien, Collars, Gloves, Braces, Umbrellas, Rage, etc. — J. Obr and Co. WANTED More Known— That 8. W; Aj-iCORN and Co. is the cheapest Houbo m Asfjbqrfon . Gieat variety of Dress materials; Priutg and Fancy Galateas to choose from. Jl 159 "TT7"ANTED Known— Onr" Stock of j VV Boots and Shoes cannot be aur- | passed for variety, quality, and cheapness. ! — J . Orr and Co.

Summer 1888. • i Jj AfT EST. JN |O.V EJL TI E S IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, NOW ON VIEW AT XHB§ NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY, Everything New. Now Shirts. New Underclothing, New Ties, Few Hate, New Sulta for Boys, New Salts for Men, Everything New ■ and of the LATEST FASHIONS. See oar Windows, and jadge for yoorselvei SPECIAL. i Suits made to measure m good* style and from the newest checks and stripes from £2 16s. ENCOURAGE LOCAL INDUSTRY AND BUY FRCM THE New .Zealand, Clothing Factory. W- H, WEBBER,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2009, 10 December 1888

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2009, 10 December 1888

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