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Wanted ITTANTED to Invest £2500 on good VV Freehold Srcurity at 6| per cen' Intnreit. Apply to I*2o FRIRDLANDER BROS. "TT / ANTED Tenders for OuttiDg aod YV Harvesting about 19 Acres of Oats m the Domain. — Apply James Taskbb; 1 50 WANTED to Let, or For Sale— Convenient Honse m Oamencn street West.— Apply Gkobob Lea, Ashburtnn. 1 35 WANTED Tenders for Paiotin* Hnnd ". and Fenoing for Tinwuld Ricing Club. Specification « can bo seen at Scott's Hotel, where Tenders will be received till Noon on MONDAY, 14lh inst , addressed to the Chairman Rac'n? Club. 1 47 \XJ ANTED to purchas-j a Gooi Bnggy *\ Horse. Apply Jo3eph Clabk, linwa'cL r . 1 34 WANTED a Youth for an Office. Good handwriting indit-penaablj. Apply to Mr C W. PtrnNELL, Solioito-, Montgomeiy's Buildings. 1_36 \\J ANTED Known— That Mus Bill, VV Monthly Noree, has removed from Peter Street to Dr Trevor's house, m Moore Street 10t39 WANTED Known — The Glasgow Draper; and Clothing- Co.'b Sale will olose on tie 31st December. Good* offered at leaa than cost. 12 144^

WANTED Known.— -That Miss EDWABDS, Tailoress, is prepared to make Boys' Clotbiog, also Cuffing. Strap ping, repairs and alterations, &c -—Mies Udwabds, corner Moore street and Belt. 11 105 VtTANIED Knowo —Mrs ME*OH r W Dressmaker, has returned from Sjdney, and recommenced business m Faunders* Buildings, next Mr B. Alcorn'a 10 78 WANTED Known — The Glaigow Drapbry and Clothing Co.'* Sale will olose on the 31tt December. Goods offered at less than cost. 12 144 B KFORK buying Boots and Shoes, etc,, osll and inipeot our Oloarlng prices. Wiil be to your advantage. — H. C. SggBBS, Melford florists IMD£B Twine and Wire.— l have secured a largo stock of Manilla Twine, the same make as gave such aatisfocMnn last 6eason. Aleo, soft bteel Wire and Machine Oil. -EbBKBT AlcobN, Sannders* Buildings. '..;., - t \\7 ANTED Known— That ?S. W \\ ALCOBH and Co are selling at Warehouse price, a cp'.end'd lot of Ladles Silk and Otihmere Mantles; and Satin and Ftnoy Sdmhades, bodght a bargain. No yalae like them In Ashborton. BEAT Clearing Sale of Bootu -We bay« never marked any so cheap before.— H- O. Beqkbs, Melford House. FOB genolne Afthburton Tweed Suite read ' -made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices nn* t quailed, go to R. Aloobh, Ashburton Olothtng Mart. Btmpdpr»' iJnUdinps. WANTED More Known— That 8. W; Aloobh ahd Co. is the cheapest House m Ash burton. Gieat variety of

Dress materials; Prints and Fancy Galateas to chooße from, 11 159 SALE of Boots and Shces. We have marked oar large stock of Boots and Shces with tbe intention of clearing them this month. O^ ma and sive money. — H. O. Skobbb, Melford House. MRS ADAMS has removed to Sanndere' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. Orewel Sflks, Wools, and Fancy Goods of every description kept m stock. Agent for Eollpse Dye Works. Registry office for Servants. 10 92 "TirANTED everyone to know that Y V J. C. Duncan is a Lsnd Broker, licensed to prepare and register Transfers, Mortgages, Euouxbranoes, Leases, Registration Abßtrao's, Powers of Attorney, Applications to bring Land under -the Act, and every description of instruments uuuzr the Lend Transfer Act. — J. O. Duncan, Arcade, Aehburton, lOJIQI WANTED KNOWN-^That I bave appointed Mbs Adams sole agent n Ash burton for the Eclipse Dye Works, Cbristcburcb. Ladies dreeses and gentlemen's clothes cleaned or dyed, teal Skins, Gloves and Feathers. Silks, Damask Curtains, Table Covers, Sashes Cleaned oi Djed, etc., end all kinds of animal skins drefceed am* made np to order.— A. J. Chapman, 161 Armagh street, Christ church 130 PROPERTY ASSESSMENT. OWNERS of Property who b&ve not forwarded statemeuts <jf their pro=» periy m the colony as at Ist October last are reminded that they are liable to heavy penalties for default, vijs ;.- A fine of not leffl than £5, and to pay treble duty m addition to tbe tax i»h eh would be other* wise payable. Forms of ptatemsnt may be obtained at Post Offices or from Assessors J SPERRY. Property Tax Commissioner. Wellington, 3rd January, 1889. U4l THIS SPACE > RESERVED i * FOR THE NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory's i ' KEW ADVEBTIBEMBNI. iUfll JunorJL" „.M f - ■ ■' : ■,■■/■'■ >

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

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

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