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Bi Biness Notieeß, WAKANUI ROAD BOARD. NOTIOS Is hereby given that the 1 Bridges m the Wkkanul Road I District are UNSAFE for Traotion Engines end other heavy Weights. . By order O. E. FOOKS & SON, District Surveyor*. January ISth, 1889. 1+73 { Bead "TOE MIRROR," A HIGH- CLABS Weekly Social, Political, Literary, and Dramatic pnper, to i be published every FKIDAY, price 3d, by 1 the Centenclal Printing and Publishing 1 Company, Limited, Melbourne Place, ! Bussell Street, Melbourne, < -- , < ABHBURTON OOAL awd FIREWOOD ; DEPOT. FQ T^EAN bege to inform his • l^« lJ friends and the public generally that ho has secured a fresh supply of best Newcastle coal which he intend* to sell at GBEATLY REDUCED PRICES. Also m Btook — Mount Somers, Malvern, Westpjrt, and Newcastle Coal. Firewood, Post and Rails, Stakes, Strainers, etc., etc., Oats, Bran, Sharps, Potatoes, Cham Chlokwheat, etc. R. S BEAN. West Street, GREAT Annual Sale OP DRAPEKY CLOTHING AND BOOTS. COMMENCING Saturday, January 19th, ETfIRY LINE GBEATLY REDUCE ANDREW OER. QUOD FAO MUS VALDB FAOIMUS (•• What we do we do well." ) TtLK OHRIBTGtiUROH DB NTAL BURGER F, 188 Cashel street, Chri9tchm-ch, next Robinson's Boot Store, and at the Octagon, Dane^in. All operations at Etrictly uniform and moderate Fees. Oontnlt&tion free. - S. MTEES~~Ain) CO., BURQEOH DENTISTS. YiUMQUTTCETH WIXH.TEETU HTTBOTJc OXIDE GAS administered. The Auassthettc leaves no unpleasant effects, and by its m*o the ertraction of Bad Stnmpe ' nd Teeth ia rendered perfectly Painless and Effective. Administered daily. Fee fd adnipifltrationof <&s, 6s. Extraction. 2s 6d a tooth. Hours of attendance, 9am. to 8 p.m. : Private residence, 98 gut Belt; The acknow l edged superiority of AMEBICAN DENTIBTBY m tbe construction o Artificial Teeth, the most finished workman . 4Mp. and replacing the lost teeth TKMirOB&BILY ALMOST IMMEDIATELY after extraction, have established onr xepntatioa. ■ ■ A single Artificial Tooth, IDS' , complete set, -Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent, £10 10s ; Artificial Teeth and Dentnres made j ether dentiita remodelled at small cjst. ooQiag, Scaling. Fecro3t and Piiaa's JAM PRIMO. ♦ Some time since wo published a smal paragraph «n the unsatisfactory nature much of the jam retailed m the oology. Toll reached Messrs Ktrkpatrlok and 00., of Nelson and they went to work In a very praotfeal fashion to prove that the jams manufactured by the firm were of Che best quality. Tip cases of assorted jams were sent to this offioe, with a request that we would thoroughly test the jam along with otber brands, and give onr opinion. We are hippy to state, frankly and fully tbat we have beep very moon surprised, as prior to the receipt of . Messrs Klrkpatrlck's gift we were nnaware tbat New Zaaland ooold boast of an |o- j dnatry of which It has so much reason to be 'proud The various sorts of jam were tested by a nomber of persons, who compared the samples with other brands, and the general verdiot Is that not only are Messrs girkpatrlck'a productions far atid away, better than any other .New Zealand brand we pan "obtain, bat they are iqperior to English jama 1 1n being fresher. The nearest approach to the excelleuce of the iSelson jam was that contained In tloc bearing the name of a Tatmanian firm, but even In this comparison the Nelson article came out a lone way best. We are pleated to be able to five uoitinted praise to a genuine local todastry, the product of which we can oeroier redly recommend to consumers. ■ All of tba many persons who have tested the sample* are loud In tnelr praise, and we taoat unreservedly congratulate Mea«rs Klrkpatrick and 00, upon turning out a ganging fruit jam fit to grace tba tables •ad please the p&latgg of 'toe 'most luxdrioas arid fastidious.—-" Hawke's Hay Herald," Jaly 18th. £i3iples of iQrkpatrlck and Co's " X brand of jam faara been forwarded to us and we are free to confess tbat they appear to be In every way egeellent and as they become better known la the local jnarket will meet with much appreciation tto& the beads of household*. The maker smarts tb£* none but tbe purest frni's grown m JNeJoOO ftre used m bis manufucureg, »nd we ate content to Zfyietf that asouranee. Qprtalnly the jamr i pbtsaH a richoeß* ana frusm.eab ot flavor I t |»t beats tbat assertion oat. — DonSTT

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2045, 24 January 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2045, 24 January 1889

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