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Waited HU ANTED- a Boy of aboot 14 years of j ? V ng«, (o make h : meelf uacfni — I Lpply Mrs MiLMCHiMP, Tiow»ld. 133 fT^ASIED to. hiri» for ttia thrfB v '}n« W aeaa<;n, an 8-Horse Pow.-r Port bio Bngino. Most, be m gotd ordt.r — to.D Tuomas. ■ If 2 WxiNTED Kaown — The Glasgow Drapery and Clothing Co.'s Sale tIH close <>n tie 31st Deceml>3r. Goodo >ffcred at le=ss than cost. 12 144 ANTED Known — Tho Gia-gow VV Drapiry nnd Gloihiog Co.'s Sa'e w\M p.lnae on t!>*- 31- 1 December. Onodp )ff at le« than coßt. 12 144 BEFORK bnyior_ Boo f c end Sboeß, etc, Cill atd iucpect cur Oiesrlnc prlcen. Will he to your advantage. — H. 0 Segbbs, Me)fo*d H^ msp, BI^DPR Twire and Wire.— l havo secured a large etcc'< of M>nil ! a Twinff, the s^me make ns gave Bucb satiefac'ifn lest season. Aho soft Mrel Whe and Machine Oil. -lobkbt Alcokn, Sal^n(^^^8 l Bni'dings. WANTED Kn^-n —Thtt Miss Edwards, Tnilore3s, ie prepared to make Boys' Clothing, *lsso Cuffing, Strap ping, repairs and alterations, &o — Miss Edwards, corner Moore street and Bolt. . 11 105 WANTED Known— Mra Meroh, Dressmaker, has returned from Sydney, end re-commenced business m Saunders' Buildings, next Mr B. Alcorn's 10 78 BEAT Clearing Sale of Boots -We bara naver marked any so cheap before. — H- 0. Bfoebs, Melford Houee. FOR gennine Aehburton Tweed Sultb road 7 made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, end at prices no> equalled, go to R. Alcobn, Aabburton Clothing Mart, Saundwrs' iJuiidincn. j TTTANTPvD More Known— That S. W, W Atxoen and Co. is tho cheapest House m ABhburton. Gieat variety of Drees materials; Pritits and Fancy Galateas to choose from. 31 159 WANTED Known— That S. W. Alcorn and Co. are eellng at Warehouse price, a fp'end'd lot. of Ladles 811 k and Cashmere Mantles, and Satin and Fancy Sunshades, boaght a bargain. No valaa like them m ABhburton, EALE of Bootß and Bhoea. We have marked our lar&e stock of B"Ots and Shce? with the fntettion of cltaring them this month. Come and sive money. — H 0. SEOKBS, Melford House - "TI TANTED everyone tV know that VV J. 0. Bvscai is a Land brokor, licensed to prepare and register Transfers, Mortgages, Erourcbrances, Leases, Registration Abstracts, Powsrs of Attorney, Appliontions to bring Land under the Act, and every description of instruments utibZT tho Land Transfer Act — J. 0 Donoan, Arcade, Ashburton. lOtlOl MRS ADAMS has removod to baundera' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. Crewel Silks, Wools, and Fancy Goods of every description kept m stock. Agent for Eelipoß Dye Works. Registry office for Servants. 10 92 WANTED to Let that house on the Pairfield Boad and near the Saleyards, lately occupied by Mr S Giles Tenant may have the privilege of grazing a couple of cows on the land. For terms, etc . apply to G. W. Lbadlet, Wakanui. 11J184 rff7" ANTED KNOWN— That I have Vt- appointed Mbs Adams sole agent n Ashburton for the Eclipse Dje Works, Gbristchtirch. Ladies dreeses and gentle men's clothes cleaned or dyed. iSeal Skins, Gloves and Feathers Silks, Damns}Curtains, Tabie Covers, Sashes Cleaned oj Djed, etc., snd all kinds of animal efcinß dre^eed anY made up to order.— -A. J. Chapman, IGI Armagh street, Christ chnrch J. 30 Xmas. Xmas. THE New Zealand Clothing Factory Gives notice to th«ir Numerous Customers that it Is not thelc intention to give away

ALMANACKS, PICTURES, Or any other useless Article, bat it is thair intention and cleat re to place within the means of all their celebrated MEH'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, And they now give notice that they have THIS DAY made Substantial Reductions In oil Departments daring the Xmas and New Year Holidays. QO TO THB N.Z. CLOTHING FACTORY For Gennlne Bargains In GentB 1 and Boys Clothing, Rega'.ta Shirtf, Soarfd, Ties, Hosiery, Hals, etc. The.very latest dtsigns to band. TAILORING. Salts to measure, £2 16s. Tromers to measure, 17s 6i, from the newest checks and strlpea. Customers can rely upon a good fit and excellent workmanship io every garment wo undertake. FOSTER COLOjVUTi INDUSTRY AND BOY FKC-M THB NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING j FACTORY. ! W. H. WEBBER, Manner. \ .•".'-' -• i £lt),003 GIVEN AWAY TO BUYERS OF A BuITLE OF BRE4DALBANE WHISKY Shipped by Alex. Ferguson & Co. Glasgow. Particular fom til Wine Merchant,-, feiorc k-ipers, H^telkcepcr3 aa Spirit Dcalir Whol eale Agents—Wm. £coular & Co. Dnnedin N.Z. 10 7 ' |

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2029, 5 January 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2029, 5 January 1889

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