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A BARB OPPORTUNITY. To be sold Cheap, only a small capital required. A REALLY good Grocery Business, centrally situated m Ashborton and to an energetlo man could be doubled. For further particulars apply to. PROFESSOR ROBOTTOM, Halcdreeeer and Photographer, E >st St., Aahburton. Principals only dealt with. HOTOGRAPBERS, .^a :^ " -218 RighSlrae!. ~ £222?* C Chrißtchuroh. i*& ,■'••■ " ■ " •' ■- ■ ■ • /: '- ' • ~ ~ .' PARK STREET HOSIERY WOBKS. ■ , (Near Presby Urlan Oharoh .) J.DALG L E I S H Praotloal Hosiery Manufaoturer. Woollen Shirts, Drawers, Socks, and Stockings of all oolors, for Gentlemen, Ladles, and Ohildrsn, made to order. •■ "'■••-' 12 32 GREAT Annual Sale OF DRAPEEY CT.OTHING- .>: ..;•• AND •* :( ; ■ - Saturday, January iHtli. EVERY LINE GREATLY REDUCED. r lOREW ORR. QUOD FAC MUS VALDB FAOIMUB t 1 * W hat we do we do welL") Tttji CHRIST oTIJROH DB NXAL suaoEar, Utreet, Christcharch, next BoblsOctagon, Dane^n. l&i opentiocs st eftiotly nnifarm and moderate s-~ -jetJfe'iDozunlUtlon free. B. MYEfeS^iNB CO., ft?**-- fe . BUBOEOH DENTISTS, • Kttn»UTTE£TH SQ WIXM TEETH NITBODf OXIDB GAS administered; The Anasstbetic leaves no unpleasant effects, and by its use the ex*nction cf Barf Stomps "Dd TeetE/ fe" rendered perfectty Painless and BffectlTe. Administered daily. Fee foi ad> ministration of Gas, 6a. Extraction. 2s 6d a tooth. Honrs of attendance, 9am. to 8 p.m. Private residence, 93 Bast Belt; The acknowledged superiority cf AMERICAN DBSTIBTB7 m the construction o Artificial Teeth, the most finished workman ship, and replacing the Joatvteeth TaMiOBABILY ALMOST JMMKDIATKLY after extnetion, have established.onr repotatioa. A single Artificial Tooth, 10s , complete set, Upper and Lower, Temporary an* Permanent, £10 10s | Artificial Teeth and Dentures made y other dentiits raaodeUed at small east. oUbing, Soatimj, Jferrect and Pilno's JAM PfilMO. Some tlnw since we pahlUhed a smal paragraph en the unsatisfactory nature much of the jam retailed In the colony. This reached Messrs Kirkpatrlck az»d Co., of Nelson and they went to work m a very praotloal fashion to prove that the jams manufactured by the firm were of the best quality. Tip oases of assorted jams were sent to this offioe, with a request that we would thoroughly test the jam along with other brands, and give onr opinion. We are h»ppy to state, frankly smd fully mat. we have beep yery mnch aorprited, as prior to the receipt of jfosrs glrkpatrickV gift we were nnaware that .Mew Zealand could boast of an industry of which it has bo much reason to be proud The vatloaa aorta of jam were teated by a number if persons, who compared the samples with other brands, and the general verdict »■ that not only arS^SfeMra KitfcpMrick'a prodnotiop» far aun* away better tbno any other New ZealaDom-anSrww c¥6 ~oDtain. hnt they age sapgrior to JCngliah jams Tip betng Iresher. The Dearest approach to toe •zostienoe of the Nelson jam was that; eontaitted m ttos bearing the name of a Tafltnsnlaa firm, bat even In this comparison the^Nelson »rtWe oame out a long way best. We are please* to be able to g(*e unstinted praise to a genwina local industry, the product of which «r« eao unreservedly recommend to eonsomen. All of the many parsons who bava tested th» samples are lend m their prat we, »od wo must nareaerrodly congratulate Menu Kirkpatrlck and Co. apon tnrolDg ont a fjcnoine fruit j»m fit to grace ifae tables »od ple»se tbe palates of ttie cooflt luxnnoag a»;d fastidious. — " flawke's k»y Heraid, u .laiy IBtb. S»aiploe of Kirkpatrlck and Uo'i " X Jbraod of jam have been forwarded to us mad we are free to confess tbat they *ppa»r to be In every way eioellent and am Attffr become better knows m the local aaat-ket mill meet wHh much appreelatidn froalhe <hs*i* of households. The maker ■weruthfit xwm b«t the purest fruits grows m Nelson are nied m his manufactures, and we #re to accept that assurance. <3Brt»inly the jumr potßeea a richneas jwugf f f'esftT6iir6T''jju^sr jfchat bears tbat assertloB 1 «oi.— Patk^T

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2042, 21 January 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2042, 21 January 1889

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