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Fnblie Hot-ce3 3DPPORT LOCAL INDDSTRY. ESPECIALLY WHEN THE PRODUCE IS VERY SUPERIOR. HAVIN'Q mßdo a special purchase of : lurce lot of ABbbnrton Twcedv port of which I h*vo had rnudo op m th boat style, and finish, I now offer hette valne m Men's, Youths', and Boyc' Suite ihan can be had anywhere m Nov Zealand. . , .. Suits to measure, both fit and materia guaranteed . VALUE UNEQUALLED. ROBERT~ALCOEN, ASHBURTON CLOTHING MART, BAUNDERB' BUILDINGS. 500 WANTED TO PURCHASE P. O'COMELL'S TENTS TENTS. TENTS. FLAGS, TARPAULINS, NETS HORSE CLOTHING, HALTEBS OILSKIN CLOTHING, LOIN CLOTHS COACH AND BUGGY APRONS, GARDEN AND DELIVERY HOSE. BUTTERS, APRONS AND ELEVATORS for all makes of Machines. HAMES. PLOUGH" AND LEADING CHAINS, SADDLERY, Etc. Marquee Tents, ronnd or square, for sale and on hire. P. O'COFNELL Al TENT DEPOT oore Street, A»hbnrton (Next Rcya! *loteJ.~ CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. ANDREW ORK IS SHOWING NOVELTIES IN MANTLES and JACKETS. LATESr NOVELTIES IN HATS AND BONNETS, j CREME AND EMBROIDERED j DRESSES. LATEST NOVELTIES IN Ribbon, Flowers, 1 Feathers, and Sunshades Novelties m Plushes, Silks, and Costume Cloths. Great Bargains m Ladies Boots ; Girls School Boots from 4s 64. Gents' Suits Aehburton Tweed from 30s. ANDREW ORB, Farmers Bhould give their , order for the MoOORMIOK at onoe and run no risk In ceoarlng their orops as we expect to be sold out m a few days. d The workmanship of the Machine is now so perfect that the Draught has been reduced enormously, as shown by the Dynamometer test of Reapers and Binders taken by the Jcdga and Sooietaty of the Society at the late field trial, November 15th, 1888, at Nhlll, Victoria. DBAUGHT. MoOOBMIOK 275!bs MASSE V 3621bs DEERING ... 387'>bs HORNSBY 425!bs Taking the above Into consideration with the late Extraordinary Exhibition of Maohlnes on Mr Huston's farm at Water* ton, Farmers will be consulting their own Interests by stioking to their old friend the MoCOKMICK, which (s proved to be the best Reaper and Binder In the world: JOHN ORR AND CO AGENTS FOR / HBURTON.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2030, 7 January 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2030, 7 January 1889

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