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Si staoaa Notices, PARK STREET HOSIERY WOBKS . (New Presbyterian Ghatch.) J, Oalglbibh Praotleal Hosiery Ihnufaoturer. Woollen Shirts, Drawers, Socks, and Btookiogß of all oolors, fot Gentlemen, Ladles, and Children, made to order. 12 32 MoOORMIOK BINDKUB, 4 N EXPERT for tbesa Machines will be m Aebburton beforo Harvest. Farrootß jrishinjf a Tint from bin* wiU pleaeo eommnnieate with ub at onco. JOHN ORR AND CO., Agents for Ashburton. Am burton coal and fakewood s dkpot. ECI "DEAN bfge to inform his t\ D ftwnda and the public I Bet)*er»ry that he his ecourcd a fresh • Buoolv «r beat Newoa-tlo ooal which he intends to soil at GtfE'vTLY REDUCED PRICKS. Also m stock— Mount Potnsrs MaWcrD, v7eßtp>rt, and Newcastle Cool. Firewood, Poat and B-i'e, Sinkes, Btrainew, etc., eta., Oats, Bran, Sharps, Potatoee, Chaff, Chick wheat, etc. West Street, PHOTOGRAPHERS, t^y* 218 High Street, *%»£" s* Christchar Charles JSay, MECHANICAL ENGIOEB, RBPATKB Gnnp, Sewing Machines, Lawn Mowers, Pumps, etc. BICYCLES and TRIOYOLBB repaired and extras kept on hand, BICYCLES FOR SALE. Engineering m all its Branches. Oppoeita Ckktbal Hoiil, Wnknnui Road John Banger, SADDLE, COLLAR, A^D HARNESS MAKER, HA.VING purchased the bcslneia o .Mr A. Ibrlaud, and removed Into those cotntoodlooa premUea lately oooapled by. him |v Batnett Street, begu most •inoerely to think bli caßtomora for past ■nppor and ■olictta a oontlnutnce of the same' which be will ntrlvo to deserve by keeping the best stock of Saddlery and Harness, and strict attention to business, combined with good workmanship and RtMonftblft ohafgei. Repairs nmtly and promptly attended to ttlgO A. Harrison. Alfred Harrison, AOOTIONEER, STOCK AND ESTATE AGENT ANP VALUATOB. SATURDAY SAL'S at 12 o'clock BiiMF — Homob, Oftttle, Plffß, Prodaoß •nd Merohandiso. Farmfriff Implements and Vehloleß of all klndn constantly Jd Y»rd» on vievr Ft>K SALE. Clearing Kales beld In town or Country as required, and moat liberal terms arranged with both Bayers and Sellers. Bents collected, aod the Bcolness of Absentees managnd with care. Valuation ruado of Properties or Merohan* dine on easy terms. Advances mndo Instantly on Goods delivered at the Store for Sale. TO LET — Commodious Residence on Etst Bolt, lately occupied by 0. HawSoW, Kaq Oontalos 6 rooms ; lartre handsome dining room, 18 x 12. Wind mill pump, beantlful garden, 2 acres, and everj convenience. Bent very moderate TO LET—Mhops In Coloman'a Buildings. Bednoed ronts. Good brick buildings handsome shops. Agent ros the Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company. ALFRED HARRISON. T. Bnllocic T7IOR SALE— Single-seated Buggy. _ T. BULLOCK, . (TO LET— 5-roomed houae m Cameron X Street.-— Apply to T. BPLLOOfC. TO FARMERS. FOR SALE— 2 Hay Rakci. Apply to T. BULLOCK. " TO LET. IT OUBE of 5 Rooms, together with Cjl about 9 Acres of Grass Land ; rjnlal 10s 6d per week. Apply to T. BOLLOCK. FOR SALE. TIGHT Spring Dray (now) made In A such a way that it could be used as ft tijj cart Apply to T. BULLOCK. FOR SALE. 1 AA ACRES fronting the Main South I '/U Rjad, not far from the KaoaApply to T. BULLOCK WINBLOYy\ / OR S^LE.-Lois 67 tnd 74 Low ( price will be accepted. Apply to T. BULLOPFr " A BARGAIN. ' L'YQ 1(\ Brlck Oottago and * /O J \JS. Suotit-n. ail m good r, *t Uamps^xd j the property of Mr ; -.u>< Bhiiß., tj be «i> d a-, the low price :vVe f on -«ocoau\ ff ht« n «ving pur.yd land oa side the tuwn Libel al L^a^i^r-if tiqaliad. Apply to I\3\JILODK,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2025, 31 December 1888

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2025, 31 December 1888

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