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_^ Wanted I yI&NOS, Organs, and Harmoniums \ sold on Monthly Payments. Second- ' md PJanos from £10 ; new JPianos from JO.— H. M; Jonm. [TTANTED a young Man or Boy to \\ look after Hones, and make Imself generally useful.— -Apply to Max BIBDLANDBB. 1 110 nTTAN^D— A Yi-uog Married PloughVV man who ihoroophly understands be String Binder and other *"arm lacMnery. Arply stnmerlU*ely to Jrssas Josbph and T*hiwips, Dry River ■tatioo, Wairnrspi ; »titlne «ge, nombor f children, aid forwtfdng testimonial* r references 1 105 \ JfONRY TO LEND, tn Freehold" jjj. SeourUy. m rums to noJt borrower!, kppiy to MrO. W. PurmlL, Solicitor. Montgomery's BoHdlogH, 1 16 WANTED .Known — Tho GUisow Driporp and Clothlnv Co. 1 * 8»le will o'ose «n treßlat December. Ooodi rff.Tprt at less th>>n cosK 12 144 f] RE AT Clearing Sale of Boots -W< \Jf havfl never marked any so oheaf before.— H 0. Skgbbs, Melford House. WANTED Known— That Mbs Bill Monthly None, bat removed from Peter Street to Dr Trevor's house In Moore Street 10t3< BEFORE baying Boots and Shoes, eto Oill and inspect onr Clearing prices Will be to your advantage. — H. 0. S»g»B8, Melford Honse. ■ BINDER Twice and Wire.— l hsv< tecurad » large etook of Manillf Twine, the same make aa gave Buct satisfaction last season. Also, soft bteel Wire and Machine Oil. -Bobrbt AloobNj Saandera* Buildings. WAITED Known. — That Misi Edwabds, Tailoreas, is prepared U make Boys' Clothing, plbo Cuffing, Strap ping, repair* and alterations, Ac — Miab Edwabds. corner Moore street and Belt. t. 11 105 MRS ADAMS has removed to Sannders' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. Crewel Silks, Wools, and Fancy Goods of every description kept In siook. Agent for Eoliose Dye Works. Registry office for Servants. , 10 92 WANIED Known —Mrs Mxroh, Drcfsmaker, hja returned from Sydney, and recommenced business m e&undere' Buildings, next Mr R. Alcorn's 1078 WANTED Known— The Glasgow Drapbry and Clothing Co. *s Sale will etose oq the Slit December. Goods offered at less than ooit. I?J** \TT ANTED Known— That S. W. \\ ALOOBir A2TD Co. are telling at Warehouse price, a splendid lot of Ltdles Silk and Owhrnere Mantles, and Satin and Fancy Suoßhades, booght a bargain. No \ vajae like them In Ashborton-, , FOR gennlne Ashburton Tweed Salti «eadV-made, or to meaedre, fit and quality ga»r*nteed, and at prloea oncqdalled, go to R., Alookh, Aahbnrton Clothing Mart. Banndera' Bolldlngs. YTTANTED More Known— That 8. W. VY Aloobk iiii) Co. is tto cheapest House m Ashburton. Gieat variety of Dress materials ; Priute and Fancy Qalateas to choose from. 11 159 of Boots and Shoes. We hay« J^ marked onr lar^e stock of Boots and Shoe* with the intention of charing them this month. oome aqd save money. — H 0; Seoebs, Melford Home |TT ANTED KNOWN— That I hay VV appointed Mbs Adams cole ageni d Asbburton for the Eclipse Dye Works GbriatehuTcb. Ladies dresses and gentle men's clothes cleaned or dyed. Heal Bkins, Gloves and Feathers, Silks, DainaaV Curtains* Tab/c Covers, Sashes Cleaned o* D>ed, etc., end all kinds of animal ekine dretaed *n? made up to order. — A. J. CAAPkiir, 161 Armagh street, Christ church 018 WAKANUI ROAD BOABP. Tin*OTloßl Is hereby given that the 131 Bridges In the Wnkaonl Road Distriot are UNSAFE! for Traotfoo Engioet and other heavy Weights. By order 0. E. FOOKS A SON, . * District Surveyors. January 12th. 1889. 11-73, Wool I AM prepared to purchase JWOOL of all descriptionn, In any quantity at full market prioes. G. BISSET. Residence and Office— Tancred street East. Store (Mr G. Jameson's) Weit etreet. 11 £8 Charles Say, MECHAEICAJ, EtfGJNEEB, REPAIRS Gcnp, Sewing Machine*, La^?n Mowers, Pumps, eto. BICYCLES and TBIUYOLES repaired and extras kept on hand. BICYCLES FOR GALE. Engineering m all its Branches. Opposite Okhthai. Hot bl, Wakanuißoad Stock-Taking. • : . . MONSTBR ;_. .. :,; . ;j • -t . v ■"■ . -.'■ ; : ■ •■"■" ■■ .'J <<• »• > •■£■ ■' I \f\ L,B A R I IXQ QALE V LEAKING OALB. NCW OX AT TBB NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory. BARGAINS IIS EVERY DEPARTMENT,; EVBByBOPYJINVirRD. KO CKB }

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2041, 19 January 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2041, 19 January 1889

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