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W^ J^BBlSBMBS»MSB«BBBSMBBB«MaMB«SSBS»«B«|pWBSBSWWBM " Public Notices ' A BARK OPPORTUNITY. "i To be sold Cheap, only a small capital I required . A REALLY good Grocery Business, ** oeotrally sitaatod In A«hburton nnd to an «nergel!c man oonid be doubled, 1 For further partioninrs apply to I PROFEBSOR ROBOTTOM, Hairdresser and Photographer, E tst St., Ashburton. Prinolpsle oh'y deilt with. l . — — I PARK STREET HOSIERY WOKKB. J (Near Presbyterian Churob.) f i*£«?Wsv.^-:-.SPV - 0 el# XI ALGLEISH - Practical Hosiery Minufaotorer. Woollen Shirts, Drawprs t Rocks, snd 1 Stookiogs of all colors, for Gentlemen, ' Ladlls, end Chifdreo, made to order. i 12 32 J HOTOG B 218 HighStreef, t-i-K &2f£^ *-* Christchurch \ SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. ESPECIALLY WHEN THE PRODUCT < IS VEBY SUPERIOR, : HAYING made a speoial purchase of a , la^ge lot of Ashburton Tweeds, . part of which I have had made up m the ] best style and finish, I now offer better -value m Men's, Youths', and Boys' Suits, than can be had anywhere m New Suita to meaiare, both fit and material guaranteed. < - VALUE UNEQUALLED. BOBEKT~~ALCOEN, CLOTHING MART, SAUNDERS' BUILDINGS. GREAT CHEAP SALE OT Summer Drapery, *£ MILLINERY, MANTLES, PBINTB, MUSLINS, DRESS {^ v GOODS, etc, BEOABDLES3 OF COST. Commence on .... Saturday, M January. ] r -. Coma early for the Bargains, at SAW. ALCORN&CO.' 3 ' EAST STREET. 1 62 ■ ft*.- . QUOD FAO MU9 VALDE FAOIMUB (•• What we do wo do well.") TtfJSOHBISTOdUBOH DB NTAL ' BUBQBRF, Oashel \jtreet, Christchorch, next Robin* son's Boot Store, and at tho Octagon, Danedin. All operations «t strictly uniform and moderate Fees. Consultation free- ~ i^B. MYEEB~AND CO., BUBGSOB DENTISTS. SITaOU. OXIDB GAS administered. Tbe Avsutbetlc learea no uapleasant effects, and ( by its nseibe extraction of Bad Btnmps I Teeth is rendered perfectly Poinlew and i Effectdre, Adainlatred daily. Fee foi admlniatration of Oas, 6s. Extraction. 2a 6d a tooth. ■; fionra of attendance, 9 a m. to 8 p.m. ftwatereaidenoe. 98 Boat Belt. The acknowledged mperiority of AMBBI* . CAN DBSTISTBF m the cooEtraotion o I Artificial Teeth, the most finished worknj m ship, and replacing the lost teeth T-^M. tOBABILY ALMOSr IMMKDIATKLY after extraction, have wUblished onr repatatton . A single Artificial Tooth, 10a , complete set, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent, £10 10s ; Artificial Teeth Mid Dentnr«s made , y other dentists remodelled at small o>it. o ppiag, Ssalin?, Partest and Paine <a JAM PBIMO. .- ,- , » t Some time since we published a smal paragraph en the unsatisfactory nature much of the jam retailed m the colruy. This reached Messrs Klrkpatrlck ai»d Co., of Nelson and they went to work Id a rery practical fashion to prove that tbe l jams manufactured by the firm were of the best quality. Umi/ esses of assorted jams were sent to this office, with a request that we would thoronghly test the jam along with other brands, and give our opinion. V^e are h»ppy to state, frankly and fully that we nave beep very ranch anrprtsfld, as prior to the receipt of Messrs Klrkpatrlck'a gift we were unaware jhat Hew Zealand could boast of an |ddostry of which >t has so mnoh reason to be prood- The various sorts of jam wera tested by a nomber of persons, who compared the samples with other brand g, and the general verdiot la that not only are Mes»rs Kirkpatrlck's produotiops fir i at>d away better than any other Hew " Zealand brand ire cap obtain, but they ire superior to .English jam* fin being fircsber. The nearest approach to the exoeiißiioe of the Nelson jam was that contained In tins bearing the name of a Tasmsnlan firm, but even In this oomparison the.Nelson article came out a long waf beat. We are pleased to be able to give unstinted praise to a genuine local g industry, the produot of whioh* we can \ unreservedly reoommend to oooiumers. All of the many persons who have tested the samples are ls»d In their praise. *ud we mast aoreserrediy congratulate Messrs Ktrkpatrtck and OoTopon turning ont a genuine fruit j*m fit to the tabios and pledge the palates of the moat luxnrion6.fi> d f^Bnrtmus.— " Hawke'a iJ»y £lßr»iu. v .la<y 18th, Samples of l£irkpatrfek and Oo's " X brand of jam have been forwarded to ns ■ and ws are free to confess that they appear to be In every way excellent and HP they become better known In the looaj ma?ktt will meet with much appreciation from th£ beads of households. The maker asserts that I? one but the purest fruits grown m Nelson .^e used lo his mannfaotares, and we are cd?**** to accept that aasorance. Certainly * h e j*°ar posßess a richness aua trwm.ess ot fl*v -T" fchst bears that nscerttrirj ont — Donedi i

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2043, 22 January 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2043, 22 January 1889

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