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Wanted WANTED— A Young Married Ploughman who thoroughly understand* the String Binder and other farm Machinery. Apply Immediately to Mksshs Joseph and Philtips, Dry River Station, Wairarapa ; etitiog age, number of ohlldren, and forwarding testimonial* or references. I 105 MONEY TO LEND, on Freehold Securi'y. m main to sn't borrowers, Apply to Mr O. W. Pdrskll, Solicitor, Montcomery's Balldlotje, 1 16 GREAT Clearing Sale of Boots. -We ravn never marked any so cheap before.— H O. Sxgbrb, Melford House. \ I AKTED Kncwn— That Mrs Hill, W Monthly Nnrre, has removed from Pt»er Ftfeet to Dr Trevor's house. In Moore Btreet, 10+39 BEFORE boylof; B o?s nnd Shoes, eto, oill «cd Inspect cur Cloarlnz prices. Will he »o your adyaotsge. — B. 0. Segkkb, M^lfo'd FT< w, IYJANTS'U Known — The Glascow YV Drapery and Olothlne Oo.'s Bale wUI oloie on tie 31st December, Goods offered at lesa thop cr>gt. 12 144^ WANTESD Known. — That Miss Edwahds, Tailoresa, is prepared to' make Boys' Clothing, also Cuffing, Strap, ping, repairs and alterations, &o — Miss &DWARDB, corner Moore street and Belt. ___! 11 105 MRS ADAMS has removed to'Saundera' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. Crewel Silks, Wools, and Fanoy Goods of every description kept m etook. Agent for Bollpae Dye Works. Registry offioe for Servants. 10 92 WANTED Known — The Glasgow Drapwy and Clothing Oo.'a Sale will olose on tbe Slat December. Goods offered at less than cost. 12 144 BINDER Twine and Wire.— l have secured a large stock of Manilla Twine, tbe same make as gave snob satisfaction last season. Also, soft bteel Wire and Machine Oil. -Eobbbt Aloobh, Bannders' Buildings. ,___ ANTED Known—That 8. W. Aloobn and 00. are selling at Warehouse price, a splendid lot of Ladies 811k and Cashmere Mantles, and Satin and Fanoy Sunshades, bought a bargain. No valne like them m Ashbnrton. „ TTiOR gennipe Ashburton Tweed Suits Jj ready-made, or to measure, fit and quality gnaranteed, and at prices unequalled, go to H. Aloobh, AshburtoD Clothing Mart, Sounder*' Bulldinea. WANTED More Known— That 8. tf ; ALOOBN AND Co. is the cheapest House m Aeh barton. Great variety of DreßS materials; Prints and Fanoy Galateaa to chooße from. H 15S SALE of Boots and Shues. We have marked our large stock of Boots and Shoes with the Intention of clearing them this month. Come and save money. — H O. Seders, Melford House W~ ANTED KNOWN— That I havt appointed Mrs Adams sole ageni n Ashburton for the Eolipss Dye Works, Ghrlstohuroh. Ladies dresses and gentle men's clothes cleaned or dyed. Heal Skins, Gloves and Feathers, Silks, Damask Curtains, Table Covers, Sashes Cleaned o. D>ed, etc., end all kinds of animal okini d ret ee\l an<* made np to order— A. J. Chapman, 161 Armagh street, Christ cfauroh 01! WAKANUI ROAD BOABP, NOTICE is hereby given tbat th< Bridges m the Wakanul Roac i Dlstrlot ara UNSAFE for Traotlon Engines and other heavy Weights. By order 0. B. FOOKS & SON, Dietrijjt Surveyors. January 12th, 1889. W ABHBUBTON COAL aud FIBEWOOI DEPOT. Rn "QEAN begs to inform hie . O, JD friendß and the publk generally that be has secured a freet H^oply of best Neweaitle goal which he intend* to sell at GKEATLY REDJJCEC PRICES -Also m etock— Mount Somers, Malvem, WesJport, and Newcastle Coal, Firewood, Post and Rails, Stakes, Strainers, etc., etc., Oats, Bran, Sharps, Potatoes, Chaff, Ghickwheftt, etc. R. 8 BEAN, We Bt Street, Williamson and H. Preece, TAILORS AND HABIT MAKERS (Late of London and Birmingham.) LIVERY & MILITARY UNIFORMS LADJES' HABITS AND JACKETS Made m all the Latest Styles. EAST ¥TEEET, Next to Courthouse, ASHBURTON. And at 62 Colombo Street} Chrlstehuroh. 12 138 Stock-Taking. MONSTER CLEARING QALE LEAKING DALE NOW ON AT THB NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory. BARGAINS ]N EVEBY DEPARTMENT. BVBBTTBODY I^Yim). NO CNB PRWBSD -* ...* J

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

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

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