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' Bi stoflps Notices. J FAitk BTREKT HOSIERY WORKS. (Near Presbyterian Charon .) J. JJalgleish Practical Hos'ery Manufacturer. ''*y,lydoHwi Shirts, Drawers, Sockt, and Btockir.gs of all colors, for Gentlemen, Ladles. »nd Chlldran, made to order. 12 33 Wool I AM prepared to purchase WOOL of *U descriptor, In any qnant ty at ci**rtl markft prices. G. BISSET. Besldence and Office — Tancred itreet But. . Store (Mr G. Jameton s) West street. 11 £8 PHOTOGRAPHERS, f _ ie^_^ 218 High Streffe '^^/' Christohuroh Williamson and BL Preece, Tailors and habit makers (L^tfe OT LOBDOK AKD BIRMINGHAM.) LIVERY;& MILITARY UNIFORMS. LADIES' HABH3 AND JACKETS Made m all the L»teet Styles.

EAST BTEEET, Next to Oonrthoose, ASHBURTON. And at 62 Colombo Street, Christen ureh. 12 138 Charles Hay, MECHANICAL ENGINEER, REPAIRS Gunp, Sewing Machine*, Laitn Mowers, Pumps, etc. BICYCLES and TRICYCLES repaired and extras kept on band, EICYOLEB FOR BALE. Engineering m all its Branches. Opposite Ckntral Hot kl, Wakanui Road j&HBORTON OOAL and FIREWOO~D DkPOT. f\ Q _ "pEAN bßgs to inform hie jR, :v O # D friends and the pnMic generally that be has secured a fresh •apply of best Newcastle coal which he intends to sell at GhEATLY REDUCED FBiOES. Also m stock—Mount Fomert Mataern, Wea<p>rt, and Newcastle Coal. Firewood, Post and Rilp, Stakes, Strainers, etc, etc., Cats, Bran, Sharps, Potatoes, Chaff, Chtokwheat, etc. R. S BEAN, ';;/; .- West Street, John Banger, BADDLE, COLLAR, AT\D HARNESS MAKER, HAYING purchased the business o Mr A. Ibblawd, and removed Into those commodloas premises lately occapt»d by him lv Burnett Street, begs most fhiMKly t« thtnk bis customers for past sappor and solicits • com lDU«nce of the same which ..he will strive to deserve by keeping the best Stock of Saddlery and Harness, and strict »tteutlon to business, tiomblned with .good workmanship and Beaaonable charge*. Repairs ontly and promptly attended to ttisn THE DEERING ALL STEEL TWINE BINDER ■ ■ > ' 18 THB LIGHTEST, MOST SIMPLE, and MOST PEAFEOT Harvesting Machlae m use. Being built entirely of Steel is • Practically Indestructible. BESIDES the GOLD MEDAL gained at Warrnambool the DEERING has won TWENTST-QNE FIRST and SEVEN SECOND PRIZES this Season Id Australia* The DEERINft has the LARGEST SALE throughout the. world of any Reaper and Binder. Only a LIMITED NUMBER of Machines now left for disposal Those requiring the DEEBING mautmake Early Application. Twine, Wire, and Oils and Deerin Extras. JOHXST G. RESTELL, Weat street, 12*102 Ashburton. £>.. txajn&uu. Alfred Harrison, AOOTIONESR, STOCK AND KSTaTE AGENT AND VALUATOR. SATURDAY SALE at 12 o'clock au»rr — Hones, Cattle, Pigs, Produce •nd Marohandise. Farming Implements and Vehicles ' of all kinds donsUotly m Yards on view FOR SALE. Clearing -Sales bald In town or Country ir as required, »ud most liberal terms [ , arranged with both Bayers and I Sellers, '* JRenti.oolleoted, and tbe Business of Absentees mantged with oare. TJkluAtion made of Properties or Merohsn* . ' . dlseoneasy terms. Advances msde Ins'antly on Goods delivered at the Store for Sale „ - «■ ■*■" Y7IOB SALE — 2 McOarmfck Reaping Jt; and Binding M«chlnes ; wire. One S«muelson Twino B'nder. TO LET— Shops m Coleman's Balldings. Bedaced ronta, Gocd brick buildings hands jme shops. *'.■>■ - *"■'-■* A<3KKX FOR THE MSifßtf IJBioa Fire Insurance Company. ALFRED HARRISON.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2031, 8 January 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2031, 8 January 1889

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