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Bi fdiiaas Hotter. WAKANUI ROAD BOARD. "VTOTIOK is hereby given that the - lN BridßPß m the Wskanni Roid Die' r tot ere UNSAFE for Trsotion Engloevand oth-r heavy Weights. I By order i C. E FOOKS &-SON, District hurteyore. Jaonsry 12th . 1889. 1+73 A- BURTON COAL and FHiEWOuD -JLi. O. 13 friends and the public generally tbat he has secured a fresh ■apply of best Newcastle coal which he intends to sell at GREATLY REDUCED PRIORS. Aleo m stock— Mount SomerS, Malvern, Westp^rt, and Newcastle Coal. Firewood, Post and Rsile, Stakes, Struinera, etc., etc., Cats, Bran, Sharps, Potatoes. Chaff, Chick wheat, etc. . R, S BEAN, West Street, £10,000 given away to buyers of a Buttle of . • BRMDALBANE WHISKY Shipped by Alex. Fergaßon & 00. Glasgow Pwticalare from all Wine Merchant.?, fit or kcbpers, Holelkeeper* an Spirit Deal 3 Whol'Bale Agents— Wm. Sooulab 400 Dunedin, N.Z. 10 \ GREAT Annual Sale -- : OP DEAPERY CLOTHING AND BOOTS. COMMENCING Saturday, January 19th. EVERY LINE GBEATLY REDUCE ANPBEW ORE. QUOD FAO MTJS TALDB FAOIMUS (" What we do we do well.") TUB CHKISTCtiUBOH DB NTAL surgery, 168 Caehel street, Chrißtchnrch, next Robinson's Boot Store, »«d at the Octagon, Danedin. All operations at etrictly uniform and moderate Coninltation free. s. myebsTaist) co., SUBGEOH DENTISTS. VttntfiUT 'TEETH 25 WIXJI.TEETU NITEOTD . OXIDE GAB administered; The Anaesthetic leaves no unpleasant effects, and byite nsethe cariractio of Bad Stnmps *nd Teeth is rendered perfectly Painless and SfiCectiTe. Adninistoed daily. Fee foi administration pf Gas, 6a Extraction. 2% 6d a tooth Hours of attendance, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Private residence, 93 East Belt. The acknowledged superiority of AMERICAN DEiSTIBTRV m the construction o Artificial Teeth, the moat finished workman ■hip, and replacing the lost teeth T-M---fOBARILY ALMOST IMMEDIATELY after extraction, have netabliehed our reputation. A 'single Artificial Tooth, 10s , complete Bet, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent, £l<fl0s; Artificial Teeth and Dentures made y other dencuts remodelled at small cost. ebsiag, Ss&liag. Ferreafc aad P.iim»3 ■ i " JAMPRIMO. Some time since we published a umal paragraph en the unsatisfactory nature much of the jam retailed la the oolciy, Thli reached Mews Klrkpatrlck and 00., of Nelson and they went to work In a cry [ praotleal fashion to p7ove that the jams manufactured by the firm were of the best quality. TiJ^ cases of assorted jams were sent to this office, with a request that we would thoroughly test the jam along with other brands, and give oar opinion. We are happy to state, frankly ■infl folly ma*- we bave been very much ■arprlsed, as prior to the receipt of Messrs Kirkpatriek's gift we were onaware that New Zealand ooold boast, of an industry of which It has bo muoh reason to be proud The varlons sorts of jam were tested by a number of persons," who oompared the samples with other brands, and the general verdict la tbat not enly ate Messrs KUkpatrlck's productions far atid away better than any other New Zealapd bracd wa can obtain, bat they' •re ■npenpr to JSngllsh jams In being fresher. The nearest approaoh to the excellence of the JSelson jam was that contained m tins bearing the name of a Tasoßnian firm, bat even m this comparison the Nelson article came out a long w*v beet. W* are pleased to be able to give unstinted praise to a genuine local industry, the product of which we can unreservedly recommend to cooaamers. All of the many persons who have teaied the samples are loud m their prataa, and we mnst anregervedly congratulate Meaara Kitkpatrtck and 00. upon turning out a genuine fruit jmn fit to grace the tables and p'e-iae the palates of thu most luxqriuon and faaMdiotiH,— '" Hawke's ti»y Herald," Joiy 18th. Samples of Kirkpatrlck and Co's " E brand of jam have bgen forwarded to as •nd* ■'■ we are free to confess that they appear to be m every way excellent and as t:;ey become bolter known m the local marirpf will mee f with much ap&rpoUtlon fpo«T- the he«-;» of uh h- 'e. '•? nn.ker as crts the -.o"e ••.;» ".- pnr^s frui-o grown m N 'Bor« • u-.t'i \u Mr mar.v- : frctures, and we * cm- at t-> accept bat auuraacr • '("'■ *r«tn:y *:- . j* mr possess h ricV.'-? J .; <• a:i »--: < flavor htx. .bears that aßßttfUuq oar.— Par"*'* * "

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2049, 29 January 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2049, 29 January 1889

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