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Wanted YTTANTBD Known—That 1 am felling W Bargains at the Toy and Fanoy Bs»Mßr. Oome early to avoid the crash i we had lait week— W. O. Davis. 12 188 VTTANTFD » quiet Trap Horsp, with VV trial. — W. C. Davis, E>st street. 12 189 SPLENDID valns m Jjpnnete Boxes, Desks, Glovo and Handkerchief Brx*B, Workboiea fr m 2s 6J each filled. — H. M. Jones «TT ANTED' Known' — Tho Glaseow ' VV Drapory and Olothlnsf Co.'s Sale will close r,n the 81st Docembeir. Goods offered at loan than cost. 12 144_ SUNDAY at Horn* nnd Leisure Honr, bound, for 1888, now In.— H. M. Jones. CT 7 ANTED Known — The G'wgow \t Drapbry pnd Oluthlrg Oo.'e Sa'e will close oa the 31it December. Goorl« off red at less than cost. 12 144 STT ANTtfD Known. —This m the last '< * ' week of tin Grand Distribution of Xmas Gifts at tho Arcade.— W. W. iPBNDBR and Co., Drapers. 12 163 ftyANTi-D to Let that bouse on the VV Fairfield Road and near the Saleyards, lately occupied by Mr 8 Giles. Tenant may have the privilege of grazing a oouple of oows on the land. f*'or terras, eto , app'y to G. W. Lbadlby, Wakanni. Nt 184 __; TTTANTKD Known. — That Miss VV EDWABD9, Tniloroas, is prepared to make Boys' Olothiog, nleo Cuffing, !3trap« ping, repairs and alterations, «SL r e. — Misb Edwards, corner Moore street and Belt. __J 11 108 WANIED Known — Mrs Mkroh, Dressmaker, has roturncd fiom Sydney, and re-comuienced business m Saunderu 1 BuJldinga, next Mr R. Alcorn's 10 78 HURRAH FOR FATHER CHRISTMAS,— On!y for the Christmas I bid Bailing Toys and Fanoy Goods of all descriptions. And is Ido not intend to keep In that line, they will be sold cheaper than ever. James Baxbk, Farnltare Dealer, opposite Hurlacu'a Anotlon Mart. 12 142 MRS ADAMS has removed to Saundera' Buildings, oppoalte Railway Station. Orewol Silks, Wools, and Fanoy Hoods of every description kept In stock. Af-ent for Eollpse Dyo Works. Registry office for Servants. 10 92 BEFORE boylng Boots »nd Shoes, eto, cill and inepeot our Clearing prlcea. Will be to your advantage. — H. C. SxGBBS, Melford Housp, HEEP SBEABS, 11 A's, BB A'a, and BBANZ'a; and genuine Tarkoy > Stones. — Robsrt Aloorn, Saunders i Buildings. [ fi RBAT Clearing Sale of Boots. -We \JC hava never marked any so cheap before. — H 0. Skgkus, Melford House. s "TT7 ANT fcD Known, — Andrew Oku ifi ' VV giving v Great Bargain m Boots* • Girls' School Boots, Women's Boots, I 6s Gd, Men's. • > T7OR gennlne Aehburton Tweed Suits JL. ready-made, or to monenre, fit and > quality goaranteed, and at prices unequalled, go io R. Aioorn, Ashburton OiothlPg Mart, Sounderg' iJallcHnga. WAKTED Known— That Mus Hill, Monthly Jfnree, haa removed from Peter Street to Dr Trevor's honso, C In Moore Street. lOtBS "^"MAS, Xmaa.— Andrew Orr is showing Novelties' m ail Department* lor Xmae Presents WANTED Known — Support Local Industry. Buy your Suits Athburton Tweed from 30a ; mnde to measure (ond choose y cur own Tailor) from £c 10s. -Andrew Orr. .... WANTED Known.— Beautiful Milli n°ry. A choico aesortment ii now toing shown ; also Sunshades, Silt y Glovos, Laces, {-carfe, &c, at Andrev ,g Crb's. d \\r OiW i'Jfl D 'Jweeds. -A Beantifa. VV Assortment of Worsted Tweed i as exhibited at tho late Show Specially made to order for Andrew Orr. IXTANTKD More Known— That B. vVi VV Aloorn and Co. is tfce cheapesi {m House m Ashburton. Groat varioty of Dross materials; Priuts and Fanoy Gulateat to choose from. 11 15$ WANTED Known— That S. W. Alcorn ai?d Co. are selling at Warehouse prioo, a nplend'd lot of Ladlee 3 Silk and Cashmere Mantles, and Satin and • Fancy Sunshades, booght a bargain. No 8 valae likn them In Ashburton. j C< ALE of Buoib and Shoes. Wd have >O marked oar lar^e stock of Boots and Shceswith the Intention of ol'-arlng them this month. Come nnd snvo money. — 11. 0. Seokkb, Melford House. "Tl / ANTED Known— The Good Tern■ VV pl»r» Picnic and Sports will he .held on January Ist, mMr J W, Kawle'e Paddock, Tin »f aid. L'xrge and attraoive ) programme. Men's races, single girls' races, married n omen's races, children's raoas, games, swings, etc. Adm aa'on — 1b 6d ; ohlliren under 12, 6d • Tea Included; Tea from half-past 3to 5 o'clock ; after 5, admission Gd. Sports at 11 am. 12 176 Xmas. Xmas. 188 New Zealand Clothing Factory Gives notice to thnir Numerous Customers that It Is not their intention to give away ALMANACKS, PICTURES, Or aoy other useless Article, but It Is their Intention and desire to pl»co within the meacs of all their celebrated MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, And they now give notice that they have THIS DAY mode Substantial Reductions In all Departments daring tho Xeobb and New Year Holidays. GO TO THE N.Z. CLOTHING FACTORY For Genuine Bargains m Gents' and Boys Clothing, RcgaMa Shlrtr, Sfcarfo, Ties, Hosiery, Hats, eto. The vary latest designs to hand, TAILORING. Suits to measure, £2 16). Trousers to measure, 17s 6d, from the newest ohecks •nd atrtpes. Customers can r«ly up m % good fit and excellent wurkmannhip m every garment we undertake. FOSTER COLONIAL INDUSTRY AND BUY FB"M TUB HEW ZEALAND OLOTBING FACTORY. % H, WEBBER, Manager.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2024, 29 December 1888

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2024, 29 December 1888