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Waated ' WANTED to Lot, or For Sale -Convenient House m Oamerecn stn c West. — Apply Geoegb Lea, Aebburton. 1 36 "nrrANTKD a Youth for an Office". VV Good handwiitiner indi'-pensablo. Apply to Mr (J W Puknell, Solicitor. , Montgomery's Buildings . 1 36 WANTED Known— That Mrs Bill, j Monthly Ntmo, has removed { from Peter Street to Dr Trovor's hnuao. In Moore SUret. 10t39 ANTED a Boy of about 14 years "of sgo, to mako himself ugsfu} — App^y Mrs Millichamp, Tiowald. 133 ANTKDKoowd — The Claa^ow Drapprj? and Olothlog C.j.'b Sale wU! c-ose <n (leSlet Decembar. Gorde offered at less than enst. 12 144 WANTED Known — The Glasgow Draptry find Clothing Co. 'a SVe \ will close on the 31st December. Goodc offered at lees tban cost. 12 144 BEFORE boylng Boots Bnd Shoes, etc, oill and inopeot our Clearing prlceo. Will be to your advantcge. — H. C Fegbrs, Melford H^use, BINDER Twine and Wire.— l have secured a large stock of Msnil'a Twine, the same mike ns gave such •satisfaction last season. Alpo, soft ht« el Wire and Machine Oil. -Bobebt Alcorn, Saunders* BuitdingH. WANTRD Known. —That Miss Edwabds, Tailoress, is prepared to make Boys' Clothing, also Cuffing. Strap ping, repairs and alrorations, &c — Miss Kdwakds, oorner Moore street and Belt. 11 105 WANIED Known — Mrs Mbrch, Dr?£Bmaker, has returned f om Sydney, and re commenced business m Baunders' Buildings, next Mr R. 10 78 RE AT Clearing Sale of Boots. -We have never marked any so cheap before — H. O. Sfgebb, Melford House. FOR geunlne Aehburton Tweed Suits read 7 made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices onpqualled, go to R. Alcokn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saundpra' Ltalldinca'. TTfANTSD More Known— That S. W. Vt Alcokn and Co. is the cheapest House m Ashburton. Great variety of Dress materials ; Prints and Fancy Galateaa to choose from . ] 1 159 WANTED Known— That S. .W. Alcokn and 00. are selling at Warshoiiae price, a j^p'end'd lot of Ladles 8l!k and dif.hmere Mantles, and Satin and Fancy Sunshades, boaght a bargain. No valae like them In Ashburton, C< ALE of Boots and Shoes. We have j^ marked our larfce stock of B^ots and Shoes with the Intention of clearing them this month. Come and s»vo money.— H O. Sioees, Melford Honee "TT /"ANTED everyooe to know that W J. C, Duncan is a Land Broker, licensed to prepare and register Transfers, Mortgagee, Encuxbranoes, Leases, Registration Abstracts, Powers of Attorney, Applications to bricg Land under the Act, and every description of instruments unaor tha Land Transfer Act — J. C DonoaH, Arcade, Ashburton. 101101 MRS ADAMS has removed to Saundert' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. Crewel Bi)ke, Wools, and Fanc^ Q&sdt /)f every desorlption kept m 6tock. Agent for Eollpjsfl Pye Works. RegUtrj offoe for Servant*. JO 92 Tg/ANTPD to Let that house on the V*' Fairfield Road and near tho Sale- \ yardp, lately occupied by Mr 8 Gilea r Tenant may have the privilege of grazing a conple of cows on the land. For terms, etc . aop'y to G. W. LE4pr.Ey, Wakanui. lIJIB4 %£J ANTED KNOWN— ThaV I "have appointed Mits Adams bolo agent n Ashburton for the hclipse Dye Works, Chrißtehurcb. Ladies dreesoa and gtntlemen's clothes cleaned or dyed. Seal Skins, Glovos and Feathers. Silks, DamasV Curtaine, Table Covers, Pashea Cbansd oj Djod, etc., end all kinds of animal ofeina dressed anr 7 made up to order. —A. j. Chapman, 161 Armagh street, Christ church 130 £10,000 GIVEN AWAY TO BUYERS OP A B ;TTLE OP BRBIDALBaNB WHISKY Bh(' ped by A]sx, Ferguson & Co. Gla3i;o^. Particular-, torn &H W.ldb Merchant?, Biorek!(.per3. H telkief era an (Spirit Dealir Whol eale Agents— Wh. Eooofc^a & 00. Dnnedin N.Z. 107 Williamson and H. Preece, TAILORS AND HABIT MAKERS (Late or London anp Birmingham.) LiVERY & MILITABY UNIFORMS. LADJE3' HABITS AND JACKETS Mj.de jn all the L»test Styles. EAST Tl 1 EEET, Next to Courthouse, ASHBURTON. And at 62 Colombo Street, Chrlstchuroh. 12 138 THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR THE NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory's l-EW ADVERTIBSMfrNI.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2030, 7 January 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2030, 7 January 1889

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