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a Rare opportunity. To be sold Cheap, only a small capital required. A REALLY good Grocery Business, centrally situated In Ashbnrtdn and Co ac energetic m«n cnnld be doubled. •For farther partloainrs apply lo PROFESSOR ROBOTTOM, Babrdretser and Photographer, E&st St., Ashbarton. Principils on'y de*H with. HOTCQRAPEERS , 218 High Stree . QrT^^ Christchnrch PARK STREET HOSIERY WORKS. (Near Presbyterian Choroh.) el. Oalglbish Practical Hos!ery Manofaotarer. Woollen Snirtt, Drawers, Socks, and Stockings of all colors, for Gentlemen, Ladles, and Children, made to order. . 12 82 GREAT Annual Sale OP BEAPEEY CLOTHING ;/.-:■-,. and' BOOTS. COMMENCING Saturday, tonary 19 th, KVERY LINE GREATLY REDUCED. ANDREW ORR. QUOD FAO MUS VALDB FAOIM.US (" W hat we do we do well.") TtqS CHRISTCHUROH DENTAL j SURQEar, l«8Oa»hel l/treet, Ghriatchnrch, next Bob*—' " ': auim uwt utonj.ana m tuo uuw B . , n .^in. _^AII operationß at ttrictly uniform and moderate Fees. Oomnltataon free. S. MYERS~AND CO., SUB&EOH DENTISTS. WHQUTTEETH 2! jfiflTJJ TEETH NrrßOUc OXIDE GAS administered. The Auasstbetlc leaves no unpleasant effects, and / by ita nae the extraction of Bad Stumps Mid Teeth is rendered perfectly Painless and Effective. Administered daily. Fee fo» administration of Gas, 6e. Extraction. 2s 6d a t00th.. .. Hoars of attendance, 9am. to b p,m. £xirate reaidence, .9B Bast Belt; .. The acknowledged aapenority of AMERICAN DENTIST&y m the coastractioa o artificial Teeth, the most finished workman ship, and* replacing the lost teeth TEMPORARILY ALMOST IMMBDIATaLY after extraction, hare established onr reputation. A single ArtiScial Tooth, 10s , complete set, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent, £10 10s ; Artificial leetn and Dentures made y other dentists remodelled »t small ost. oootag, Scaliag, Fer lest and Paiae^. JAM PKIMO. ♦ Some Ume since we poblished a smal paragraph en the unsatisfactory natare aaach of the jam retailed m the colr^y. Tbta reached Messrs Ktrkpatrick abd Co., of Nelson aud they went to work m a Tery practical fashion to prove that the jams manufactured by the firm were of the bast quality. Tw^ cases of assorted . jama were sent to this office, with a re— «ne«Y that we would thoroughly test the jam along with other brand*, and give oar opinion. We #re h-ppy to state, frankly »nd fnlly a wr- nve n ß ru very uinch ■arprised, as prior to the receipt of Messrs Kirkpatnck'g gift we were onnware iha>V£lew ZnHlaod ooald boast of an industry of which It has so much reason io be prood Tho various surra of jam were tested by a aamber ■ f persooa, wbo compared the somples with other brftpds, »nd th<> g>ner»t verdict .a h ■■'. not only are Measra Kiikpatnck'a pn.duonoua tar aud away bet?er than nny other JNt-w Zealand , hr^r-d m cad "hr&iti^, bm ,thpy •re aaperior to Jfingnsn jams m Detog fresher. The nearest approach to the exodiieooe of the nelson jam waa tbat contained m tins bearing toe name of a Tasmanlan firm, but even In this comparison tbe,Nelson article oame out a long way beat. We are pleased to be able to give unstinted praise to a genuine local Industry, the prodnot of wbloh we can unreservedly recommend to oonsamera. All of the many persons who have tested the samples are loud In their praise, and we mnst unreservedly congratulate Messrs Ejrkpatrick and Co, npon turning oat a gpngrne fralt jam fit to grace the tabiea and ipleMe tbe palates of the moat luxorloos »r.d fastidious. — "Hawke'a .Bay Herald," Jaiy 18th. Samples of J&rkpatrlok and Oof " X brand of jam have been forwarded to as and we are free to confess tbat they •ppear to be In every way exoellent and m they become better known la the local market will meet with much appreciation from tbe heads of household*. The maker assert* that none but the purest fralta prpwn m Kelson are used m bit manufacture!, and we are content to accept ttat awnraßoe. . Ckrtatoly the- Uvar poaeeaa) a richness and f rwarinnw* r fl '. lr that beara tbat assertion out. — Dunvai 4

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2040, 18 January 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2040, 18 January 1889

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