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• -■'•'■ fa ftirsaee 3*/>fleep. PABK BTBSET HOSIERY WOBKS. (Near Presbyterian Churoh.) J. JDaLGLEIBH 'iPraetioal Hosiery' Mnufacturer. Woollen Sh'rts, Drawers, Socks, and Stocks gs of all ooloh, for Gentlemen, Ladle", and Children, made to order. r>t 12 32 Wool I AM prepared to purchase WOOL of aM description 1 , m any qtuntty at fall market prices. „__. :...., * G BTSSET. Kosfdtnce »nd Office— Tancred street East. „ , Store (Mr G. Jameabn'*) West i»*r««r. 11 £8 PHOTOGrJIAPHBrIR, - . 218 Hgh ::t:ft^ > * = £t22£rf. Chfistohorch - - ■' ■ - — ---w^^— *^ I Williamson and H. Preece, TIILOBS AND HABIT MAKEBS (Lat« or Londom ahd Bihmikqham.) LIVERY* MILITARY UNIFOBM& LADIES' HABU3 AND JACKETS : Made m all the Latest Styles. ifXST ITtBEET, : Next to Oonrthouse, ASHBURTON. And at 62 Colombo Street, Chrfiteboreb. 12 138 Charles Ray, MEGHAFICAIi ENGINEER, REPAIRS Guniy Sewing Maoi.ine*, i- Lawn Mowers, Pomps, eto. BICYCLES aod TBIOYCLES repaired and extras kept on hand. PIOYOLES FOB SALE. Engineering m all its Branches. Oppoaite Certbali Hoikl, Wakanuißoad ASBBOBTOf COAL AND FIBEWOOD DEPOT. E Cf TJEAN bege to iaform his i O, 13 ftiends and the. public genertlly that he has secured a fresh supply of beat Newoa<tle coal which he intend! to sell at G«BaTLY BKDDrED PBIO E& Also m stock —Mount Corners MaJveni, Westp rt, and Newcastle Coal. Firewood, Post and Boils, Stakes, Strainers, etc, etc., Oats, Bran, Sharps, Potatoes, Chaff, Ch!ck«heat, etc. B. S BEAN. West Street,

John Banger, SADDLE, COLLAR, A&D HARNESS MAKER, HAYING purchased the business. o Mr A. Ibkland, and removed Into those commodious premises lately occupied by him m Burnett Street, begs most sincerely to thanfc .his customers for past •nppor and solicits a continuance of the same which he will strive to deserve by keeping the beat stock of Saddlery »ad Htrness, sod strict attention to business, combined with gocd workmanship and Reasonable ohar<r««. Repairs n**ily and promptly attended to THE DEERING ALL STEEI TWINE BINDER '. IS THE LIGHTEST, MOST SIMPLE, and '- * ' MOST PERFEOT Harvesting Machine m use. Being bnilt entirely of Steel is / Practically Indestructible. BESIDES the GOLD MEDAL gained at Warrnambool tbe DEERING has won TWENT)f-ONE FIRST atd SEVEN BECOND PRIZES this Season m • Australia* The DEERING has the LAFGEST SALK throughout 4he world of any Beaper and BinderOniyaLl FITTED NUMRER of Machines now left for disposal Those requiring tbe DKEBING must make Early Application. Twine, Wire, and Oils and Dee tin Extra*. JOHN G. RESTftLL, West Btreet, 12*102 Aehburton. jl. Harrison. Alfred Harrison, 400TI0NKER, STOCK AND -STATE AGENT AtfU VALUATORSATURDAY SALE at 12 o'clock sbarr —Hones, Oaitle, Pigs, Produes »nd MerohanlUe. Parmlni; Implements and Vehlolea «f all kinds cooaUotly m Yards '. -i* .'l ■">■•* pn.view FOR SALE. Clearing Halts held In town or Country as required, and most liberal terms arranged with both Buyers and .Sellers. Bents eolleoted, and tbe BusineM of Absentees managed rith care. Valuation made of Properties or Merohan. disc on easy terms. Advances mstle instantly on Goods delivered at the Store for Sale. * I7JOR SALE — 2 McOormfck Reaping JO and Binding Machines ; wire. One Satanelson Twice B nder. TO LET— Shops In Ooteman'a Buildings. Seduced rents. Good brick boil i ngs handsome shops. r -T '-7-** ' Aa*MT to* THK Norwiob Union Fire Insurance Company. ALFRED HARRISON.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2032, 9 January 1889

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