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Public Notices. ■ £10,060 GIVEN AWAY TO BUYERS OF ABTTLBOF BRMDALBANE WHISKY Shipped by Alex. Ferguson ft Go. Qiaos ow. Partlcnlars ficm all wine Merchant*, Store eejpenu IHotelkeepers. «n* Spirit Deal r wholtssle Agents— Wm. w ooulab * Co. Dnhtdln. M.Z. ■' 107 Bead . "THE MIRROR," A HIGH-CLASS Weekly Social. Political, Literary, and Dramatic paper, to be published •very FRIDAY, price 3d, by the Centennial Printing and Publishing Company, Limited, Melbourne Plaoe, Rvmett Street, Melbourne, NEW PAPERHANGINGS BX"TAINm" NOW OPENED. f A BALES PAPERHANGINGS 10A8E DECORATING ENAMEL PAINTS James Craigie, TANGBED STBEET. 10 13 500 WANTED TO PURCHASE P. O'CQNNELL'S TENTS, TENTS. TENTS. FLAGS, TABPAUUNS, NETS EOHSB CLOTHING, HALTBBB OILSKIN CLOTHING. LOIN CLOTHS COACH AND BUGGY APBONB, GABDEN AND DBLIVEBT HOSE. BUTTERS, APBONS~AND BLEVATOBB For all nakes of Maobinea. HAMBB. PLOUGH AND LEADING CHAINS, B&DDLEBY, Etc. Marqnee Tents, round or square, for sale and on hire, P. O'COkNELL Al TENT DEPOT core Street, A'hbarton (Nest Boyal Hotel,) BARGAINS 1 BARGAINS J MOX SON, Impermeable and Practical Bootmaker, TM£GS to amionnce his first CLEARING J3 SALE, oommenoing October lßt, for TOnC MONTB only, when he will offer to the pnbliohis choice itock of best English , andfcolonlat 3QDTS AND SHOES, of all dereriptlons, at prioes that will cxnpmand a J?«dy Sal© for Cash, J.M, has «lw»y« on hand goods of his own make and made to meaaore. which, for STYLE. FASHION, NEATNESS, and ELEGANOE, cannot be surpassed, as he 1« a thorough expert m tbls fine.- » , Bapalrajoeatly exeeoted. TANdBEFsTBEET, Next the OLTTB. Aflbburton. Pickfoid & CndrilJ Take this opportnnity of informing the pnblio of Asbbnrton and Oonnty that their new FURNITURE WABEHOUSfI AND WORKSHOPS are now m fall working order. and replete with a Choice Stock of all NEW GOODS FOR Sale at lowest possible prices, consisting of all Designs In General HOUSEHOLD FURNITUBF , < and Fittings, NOTHING On their part will be wanting to induce their patrons to anpport them m their sew premises, which will be found far more oonTenient and roomy than the OK flhop. Nora thy Addbbm— TAKCEED SfftEET, OPPOSITE AROADE; REID & GRAY'S PUBE MANILA BINDING TWINE M DISO HABBOW 11 BBAND. THIB BBAND is made to our special order, i* guaranteed to consist of Pure Manila .Fibre, and is nndonbtedly the Best and Cheapest m the Market. Inß st upon hAVlng the . "Harrow Brand. We hare also a feottd Quality, a thorough good Twine, at a ' lower prioa> ' ' LIGHT DRAUGHT LOWDOWN BLBVATOB BINDBB. We would retpect'nlly atk all intending Fnrchasen to osll and ezaßioe onr New and Improred Binder beiore ordering elsewhere. It .has all latest UaprcTements, is brass boshed la all its bearinn, and the rollers, baaides being braes bn bed, hava the oilholea outside of Frama and clear of the Cloths. BBID AND QBAY'B COMBINED KANUBB AND TURNIP DBILL, made any sire from. 4 to tOonltert, and from Win to 16in between Vot, Drills. DOUBLE DBILL TURNIP AND MANURE SOWER. DOUBLE DBTLL TURNIP BOWER. SINGLE DBILL TUBNIP fOWBBS, Price £8. IMPKOVED GBABS SEED BTBIPPEBS. BACK DELIVJSRY BEAPEBB always m ■took. OOVBLE-FUBBOW PLOUGHB, FleiUbe Tripod Barrows, Square Link Chita Harrows (ail sises), Ohaflcatters and Obaffcntt-rs and Baggers (all sleee) at radaced prices, Horse' rears (1,2,8, and 4>hone) ; »lso new pattern Light 2-horee Gear. 71ain and Barbed Fencing ww, Wire Strainers, Dreje, Turnip and Mannre Drills, Grabbers, Acme Harrows, Corn Bruisers, 4cc« *c FKNOING STANDARDS AT LOWEST ---'■ ' BA.TBB. CLAYTON AKD bHUTTLBWORTH'B THBKfiHING MILLS AND ENGINES,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2012, 13 December 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2012, 13 December 1888

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