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Public Notices A BARE OPPORTUNITY. To be sold Cheap, only a small oapltal required. A REALLY good Grocery Business, centrally situated m Ashbnrtnn and to an e nergetlo man could bo doubled. For further particulars apply to PROFESSOR ROBOTTOM, Hairdresser and Photographer, Eiat St., . Asbburton. Principals only deslt with. PARK STREET HOSIERY WORKS. (Near Presbyterian Church.) •J^ x) A L G L B I 8 H Practical Hos'ery Manufacturer. Wofnlti in Shirts, Drawers, Socki, and Stockings of all colon, for Gentlemen, Ladies, and Children, made to order. 12 32 PHOTOGRAPHERS, 218 High Street, Christchurch. SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY, ESPECIALLY WHEN THE PRODUCT 18 VERY SUPERIOR. HAYING made a special purchase of a Urge lot of Ashburton Tweeds, part of which I have had made up m the best style and finish, I now offer better value In Men's, Youths', and Boys' Suits, than can be had anywbeie m New Zealand. Baits to measure, both fit and material guaranteed. VALUfI UNEQUALLED. bobert"alcokn*, ABHBORTON CLOTHING MART, SAUNDERS' BUILDINGS. GREAT CHEAP CLEARING SALE QfUMMER pwRAPBRY, MILLINERY, MANTLE?, PBINTB, MUSLINS, DRESS GOODS, eto , BEGABDIiESS OF COST. Commences on Saturday, 12th January. jOesM early for the Bargains, at S.W.ALCORN&CO' 3 ' EAST STBEET. QUOD FAO MUS YALDE FAOIMUS (" What we do we do well." ) TtXK OHRISTOtLUROH DB NTAI surge ar, 168 Oaahd Utreet, Christchnrch, next Robinson* .Boot Store, and at the Octagon, Daneain, All operations at strictly uniform and moderate JPeee. Conroltation free. fir MYERS~Aia) CO., J3UEOEOH DENTISTS. VWnHIUT TEETH 55 WHM^'EETU HITKOU . OXIDE GAS administered. Tho Anasstbetfc leay©3 no unpleasant effects, and by its nsatbe extraction of Bad Stumps ?nd Teeth is rendered perfectly P&inless nnd EfEectlTe. Adniniafered daily. Fee foi administration of Uaa, ss. Extraction. 2s 6d a tooth. Hours of attendance, 9am, to 8 p.m. PriTate resideace, 93 East Belt. The acknowledged superiority of AMERICAN DESTISTB7 m the construction o Artificial Teeth, the most finished workman ship, and replacing the lost teeth TBMfOR&RILY ALMOST IUUBDIATfcLY after extraction, hive established onr repntatioa . A single Artificial Tooth, 10s , complete pet, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Pormanont, £10 10* ; &£afidal Teeth and Dentnrea made j othsr dentists remodelled it small cast. oo9in£ a Scaling; Parroot and P*iaa<a . JAM PRIKO. Borne time since we published a smal paragraph on the nnsatlsfaotory nature moch of the jam retailed In the cole Tbls reached Messrs Ktrkpatrlck and Co., of Nelson and they went to work In a rery practical fashion to prove that the jams manufactured by the firm were of the best quality. Twj cases of assorted jams were sent to this offioe, with a recjiest that we would thoroughly test the jam along with other brands, and give oar t opinion. We are h«ppy to state, frankly and fnlly that we have been very much surprised, as prior to the receipt of Messrs Klrkpatrlok'a gift we were nnaware that New Zealand oonld boast of an industry of which it has so much reason to be pnmd The varloqs sorts of jam were te»ted by a narober of persons, who compared the samples with other brands, •od ihe gfper*! verdict n .h*t not only are Messrs Kirkpatrtck'a produotlops far aud away better than apy other JNew Zealand brmvd we can obtain, but they i Are soperlor to JSnglish jams i>n beiog fresher. The nearest approach to tbe ezcelieoee of the JNelson jam was that contained m tins bearing the name of a Tasmaaian firm, but even In this comparison the Nelson article came out a long war best. We are ptagsed to be ablo to f(vi unstinted praiio to a genuino local Indastry; the prod act of whlth we can srareserredly recommend to oooaat&efg, AH of the many oerwong who have tps'ed the sampifcs i-..'iu i>. >neir vtn*** A-H wo matt aareservedly oougratuiaie Measrs Ktrkpatnck and do. npon turning oat a g«potpe fruit j*m fit (o yrmd- ho inrres *T>d pl^tse tbe palates of tbe most iuxununw Hi.d f <Btidloqg. — " Hawktit Hay Herald, ".) aly iWb. Svajples of Jtlrkpatrlck and Uo'e <c X btaod of jam have baen forwarded to os and we are free to confeos ihat they appear to be In every way exoellent and m tbey become better knows In tho loo»l market will snect with much appreciation from the heads of boiueaoldi. ;h« maker astr-ria thct nooa bat the porett frai f s gro>n In Nelson are ueed io hit mtoufaotnrea, and we *-b content io accept that assurance. O >t»i»>ly »he j^mr possess a ricboeu ann»r „ *. - , fl-7,, r % i«t bears tbat assertion oat — Dan*"* ' Ptoi." *W9 9 4

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2044, 23 January 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2044, 23 January 1889

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