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. .... Wanted ..... ... ;'. | [T? ANTED applications for supplying ' W maohlne with water for the season, ipply F. T. Mayo, Hampitead. 1 159 fTALENTINES m boxes from 31 to V 6s- Come and see the window. — I. M. Junes. rTTAN^ED— A Young Married PloughVV man. who thoroughly understaads he String Binder and other Vaim Haobinery. Apply <cnmedla*ely to Hessbs Joseph and T"hiliips, Dry River Jtatlon, Watrarwpa ; rtitlug age, number >f children, aud forwarding testimoni(il« ir references. 1 105 MONEY TO LUND, on Freehold Security, m euros to unit borrowers. Supply to Mr 0. W. Purkkll, Solloltor. Montgomery's Buildings, 1 16 p<RE4T Clearing Bale of Boots. -We [jf have never marked any so cheap before.— H 0. Sfgkrb, Melford House. \ \7 ANTED Known— That Mrs Bill, VV Monthly Nuree, has removed f*cm Peter Street to Dr Trevor's honan, In Moore Street. 10+39 BEFORE buying Boots and Shoes, eto, e*U and inspect our Clearing prices. Will be *o your advantage. — H. 0. Skobbb, Melford House. BINDER Twine and Wire.— l have secured a large stock of Manilla Twino, the same make as gave suoh satisfaction last fleason. Aleo, soft bt<>el Wire and Machine Oil, -Kobkbt AloorN, Saunders' Buildings. WANTED More Known— That 8. W; Aloork and Co. is the cheapesi House m Aeh burton. Gieat variety oJ Drees materials; Prints and Fanoy Galateai to ohoose from. 11 151 SALE of Boots and Shoes. We hay« marked oar large stock of Boots anc Shoes with the Intention of olesring then this month. Come and save money. — H 0. Sxozxs, Melford House WANTKD Known That Mis Edwabds, Tailoress, 1b prepared t make Boys' Clothing, also Cuffing, Strap piDg, repairs and alterations, &o — -Mis Cdwabds, oorner Moore street and Belt. . 11 10 MRS ADAMS has removed to Saun dera' Buildings, opposite Rallwa Station. Crewel Silks, Wools, and Fano Goods of every description kept m stook Agent for Eolipse Dye Works. Reglstr offioe for Servants. 10 9 WANTED Known— That S. Vi Aloobk and Co. are selling • Warehouse prioe, a eplendld lot of Lidie BUk and o*»hmere Mantles, and Satin an Fanoy Sunshades, bought a bargain. X valoe like them In Aahbarton, FOR ganolne Ashburton Tweed Soli ready-made, or to msasnre, fit an quality guaranteed, and at prices m eqaallsd, go to H. Aloobk, Ashburtc Olothbig Matt, Sanndevs^ Bolldlngs. WANTED KNOWN— That I hai appointed Mrs Adams sole agei d Ashburton for the Eolipse Dye Work Ohristohuroh. . Ladies dresses and gentl men's clothes cleaned or dyed. Hei Skins, Gloves and Feathers, Silks, Damac Curtains, Table Covers, Sashes Cleaned < Djed, eto., and all kinds of animal skii dressed an<* made up to order.— A. J Chapmak, 161 Armagh street, Chrisi church J PJ £20 REWARD. IN consequence of the amount < Poaching going on m the Creeks ,c the Lagmhor Estate, the above rewai will be paid to anyone giving informatic that will lead to a conviction. From this date NO ONB will bo pc mitted to fish m tbs Creeks on tt Lagmhor Estate. DONALD MoLEAN. Lagmhor. 17th October, 1888. 10°14 PHOTOGRAPHER 8, 218 High Street, Chrlstchurch. Williamson and H. Preece, TAILORS AND HABIT' MAKER (Late or London and Bibmingham.) LIVER? & MILITARY UNIFOBMB. LADJES 1 HABIT 3 AND JACKETS Made m all the Latest Styles. EAST STEEET, Next to Courthouse, ASHBURTON. And at 62 Colombo Street. Ohrlstchurot 12 13 Stock-Taking. MONSTER CLEARING QALI LEAKING OILI KOW OK AT THB NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory, BARGAINS IN EVERY ' DEPARTMENT. '' BVBBTBOtY I ITBD. NO CNfl PBKBS£D

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2050, 30 January 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2050, 30 January 1889

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