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Public Notices. s TTTE HAVE FOR S^LE— One t on p VV borso power Traction Engin* 1 \ rtitb Combine and Elov-itors comploto. s <;I1 m perf -. ct order. ______ I For full particulars apply to ; FKIEDLANDER BROS/ j IHOTCGKAPI-ERS, 218 High Street, I (_£_2*C^ Chriatchuroh 500 WANTED TO PURCHASE P.OWNNELL'Sj TENTS. TENTS. TENTS. FLAGS, TARPAULINB, NETS HORSE CLOTHING, HALTERS OILSKIN CLOTHING. LOIN CLOTH. COAOH AND BUGGY AKRONS, GARDEN AND DELIVERY HObE. BUTTERS, APRONB~~AND ELEYaTORE For all makes of Machines. HAMEB, PLOUGH AND LEADING CHAINS, SADDLERY, Eto. Marquee Tents, round or sqnare, for sale and on hire. P. O'COirNELL Al TENT DEPOT oore Street, A "hbarton (Next Royal Qotel.) SUPPORT LOOAL INDUSTRY. ESPECIALLY WHEN THE PRODUOT 18 VERY SUPERIOR. HAVING made a special purchase of a large lot of .Ashburton Tweeds, Eart of which I have bad made up m the est style and finish, I now offer better value iv Men's, Youths', and Boys' Suits, than can be had anywhere m New i Zealand, Suits to measure, both fit and material guaranteed. VALUE UNEQUALLED. eobekt"alcokn, ASHBURTON CLOTHING MART, SAUNDERS' BUILDINGfe. 20 YEABS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE CA. HARROW, of Cashel street, , Chmtchutoh, will visit Aabbutton 00 or about the 17th inst. to tune and repair Pianos, Organs, Ac. Orders left wi^h Mr H. _*. Flower, Confeotioner, or Mr T.Gaibs will receive prompt attention. 1 77 TENDERS. TENDERS wanted for Stooking snd Forking 463 Acres (more or less) of Wheat, Oats, ofcd Barley at Montalto. Tenders clobo on SATURDAY, 19th inst., at 4 o'olock, p.m. Tenders to be left with JOHN RANGER, Saddler, Ashburton, Or ,HUME AND BURNi-TT, 1 79 " Poet Office, Ashburton. WAKANUI ROAO BOARD, ""** NOTICE Is hereby given tbat the Bridges In the Wakanni Road District are UNSAFE for Traotien Engines and other heavy Weights. By order, \ 0. E. FOOKS & SON, Distriot Surveyors. January 12th. 1889. 1f73 A RARE OPPORTUNITY. To'be sold Cheap, only a small capital required. A REALLY good Grooery Business, centrally situated ln Ashburton and to an energetlo man oonld be doubled. For further particulars apply to PROFESSOR ROBOTTOM, Hairdresser and Photographer, E*st St., • Ashburton. I Principals only dealt with. ASHBURTON PERMANENT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. ADVANCES of #26 and upwards made on Freehold I_*opertieß, repayable by Monthly, Quarterly, or Half-yearly instalments, LOANS are also granted for fixed periods, repayable by instalments at the BORROWER'S OPTION with or without notice. Legal and other Charges on a most moderate scale. DEPOSITS received at Highest Current rateß. All information on application tQ J. W. TWENTYMAN, Manager. Office • Tancred street. Ai Harrison. Alfred Harrison, AOCTIONEER, STOCK AND ESTATE AGENT AND VALUATOR. SATURDAY SALE at 1? oUook sharp — Hotqps, Cattle, Pigs, Produpo •rid Merchandise, Farming Implem.ntß and Vehloles of all kinds constantly m Yards on view FOR SALE. Clearing Bales held In town or Country as required, and most liberal terms arranged with both Buyers and Seller*. Rents coUeoted, and.the Business of Absentees, managed with oare. Valuation made of Properties or Merchandise on easy terms. Advances made Instantly on Goods delivered at tha Store for Sale. FOR SALE— 2 McOormlok Reaping •and Binding Machines ; wire. One Samuelson Twine Binder. TO LET— Shops m Coleman's Buildings, Reduced rents. Good brlok buildings handsome shops. AaBM-c tbb Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company, ALFRED HARRISON,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2037, 15 January 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2037, 15 January 1889

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