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Wanted . WANTE O—Young Girl, about i 6, fo» general household du^os ; Inlkof wnebing pot out. Must be cleanly and reliable. Apply A. B, Post Office. 181 GREAT Oearlug Sale of Boots - We La™ n-vor nmired any so oho»p before.— H O. Skobbb, Melford House. \\ J ANTED Knc wn— That Mrs Hill, VV M< nthly Noreo, h»B romoved from Peter Ptreet to D." TreTor's hnnnn. Id Moore S'-rret .- 10t39 BEFORE bnyinf, B >o-e nnd Shoes, eto, q\\\ and innpect our (..leiiring prloeo. W|i| he »o y*»M- »dvu!i<KßO. — H. 0. Prawns. M-lfo-d FT «».-», RLNDFR Twi:o ami Wire —l havo secured a lanjo &• ck of Mrnil'a Twin?, the lime mike "8 gavo such satiifuoti- n las^. Fta^on. Alho soft Ht pel Wire and Machine Oil. -RoBf?BT AloohN, Saunders' Building*. rTTANTED Knowo— That 8. W. VV ALCOBN AND Oo aro selling at Warehouse price, & pplend'd lot of L&dtas RHk a&d o*ehm«re Mantles, and Satin and F-u'cy Suaehadea, bought a bargain. No valae l'ke them m Atbbortnn. MONEY TO LEND, on Freehold Security, m sums to suit borrowers. Apply to Mr 0. W. PtTBNKLL, Solicitor. Montgomery's Ballding*. ' 1 16 ANTED Known — The Glasgow Draper; and CMothlne Oo.'s Rale will olote on tie Slat December. Goods f fft^rer) at less th»n ooat. 12 144 WANTED Known. —That Miss Edwabds, Tailoresß, is prepared tp make Boys' Olotbiog, < Uo Cuffing, Strap ping, repairs and alterations, &o — -MISB Edwards, oorner Moore street and Belt.

11 105 Ti/f R8 ADAMS has removed to SaunJjX d*™ 1 Buildings, oppoilte Railway Station. Crewel Silks, Wools, and Fanoy foods of every desorlption kept m stook. Aeent for Eolipse Dye Works.* Registry offioo for Servants. 10 92 \XTANIED Known — Mrs Mb*ch, \\' Dressmaker, h»s returned f>om 8} dney, end re commenced business m Faunders' Buildings, next Mr B. Alcorn'e 10 78 WANTED Koown — The GlaKgow Drapbry nnd Clothing Co. 'a Sale will close on the 31«t December. Goods offered at lets than oost. 12 144 FOB gennlne Ashburton Tweed Suits ready -made, or to measare, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices uncqualted, goto R. Aiookn, Ashburton Clothing Mart., 3»under*' bulldines. UT ANTED More Known— That 8. W; W Aloorn AMD Go. is the cheapest House m Ashburton. Gieat variety of Dress materials; Prikts and Fanoy Gaiateas to choose from, II 159 CJ ALE of Boots and Shoes. We have J^ marked oar lar^e stock of Boots and Sheet with the InteDtlon of clearing them this month, Oame and s»ve money. — H 0. Sxosbb, Melford House • WANTED KNOWN— That 1 have appointed Mbs Adams solo agent n Ashburton for the Eolipse Dje Works, Ohristohurch. Ladies dresses and g6ntle men's clothes cleaned; or dyod. Heal Skins, Gloves and Feathers, Silks, DamasV Curtains, Table Covers, Sashes Cleaned oi , D>ed, etc., and all kinds of animal okinr dressed anc 7 made up to order. — A. f. Chapman, 161 Armagh street, Christ church 130 ABH BURTON OOaL and FIREWOOD DEPOT. RQ TYEAN bflge to inform hiß • |O« 3J friends and the public generally that ho has secured a frefh supply pf best Newcastle coal which he » intends to soil at GuEATLY RKDU* ED PRICES. Alaoin etock— MQHntepmers, Malvern, Wes'p)rt, and Newcastlo Coal. Firewood, Post and Bile, Stakes, Strainers, etc., etc., Cats, Bran, Sharps, 1 Potatoes, Chaff, Uftickwheat, etc. j R. S BEAN, W< fit Street, Williamson and H. Preece, TAILORS AND HABIT MAKEJIfi (Late 07 Lo>Pon and BinMifOHiM.) L'VEBY & MILITARy UNIFORMS. LADJES 1 HABITS A^D JACKETS Made m all the Latest Styles. EAST BTEEET, Next to CoorthoQie, ASHBURTON. And at 62 Colombo Street, Ohristohurch 12 138 Charles Ray, MECHANICAL ENGINEEB, E£PATRB Gnnp, SewiDg Machines, Lavr Mowers, Pumps, etc. BIOYOLES and TivI^YCLEB repaired and extras kept on hand, BIOYOLEB FOR BALE. Engineering m all its Branches. Opposit© Central Hotel, Wakanui Road Stock-Taking. MONSTER CLEARING HALE LEARING OALF NOTV OK AT THB NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory. — ' I BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. • s t I ' S B 2 EVBBYBODY INVITED. KO CNE r PRESSED 10 BUY. I (1 fi <] c , i] c

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2036, 14 January 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2036, 14 January 1889

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