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Bißtnesß Nntie»s. ASHBURTON COAL ahd FIREWOOD i DEPOT. . ? KQ T>EAD begs to inform his b • JO, J3 friends and the publio ' generally that he has secured a fresh i supply of best Newcastle coal whioh he intends to sell at GBEATLY REDUCED l PRICES. Also m stock— Mount Somers, ' Malrero, Weßfport, and Newcastle Coal. ( Firewood, Post and R»ils, Stakes, i Strainers, trtT:. etc, Oats, Bran, Shatps. t Potatoes. Ghaff, Ofalok wheat, etc. i R. S BEAN, West Btreet, v £10,000 GIVEN AWAY TO BEYERS OP \ A BOTTLB OF BRMDALBANE WHISKY Shipped by Ales. Fergnson & Go. Glasgow Particulars fiom all Wine Morchantp, Stor keepers, Hotelkeepera an Spirit Deal") Whole eale Age-jts— Wx. Sooular &Go . Dnnedin, N.Z. 10 WAKANUI ROAD BOARD, ■XrOTIOBS is hereby given that the J3| Btldges In the Wnkanal Road District, are UNSAFE for Traction Engines and other heavy Weights. By order O. E. FOOKS & SON, Distriot Surveyors. January 12th v 1889. 1+73 GREAT Annual Sale OF DEAPEEY CLOTHING AND r BOOTS. COMMENCING } ■' * Saturday, January 19th. EYBRY LINK GREATLY REDUCE 4 ANDREW OBR. QUOD FAC MTJS YALDS FAOZKUS ('* What we do we do well.") TtLB OHBISToTuBOH DB NTAL BUBGEBY, . . lWCashel Utreet, Christcharch, next Robinson's Boot Store, and at the Octagon, Dnnedin. - ' All operations at etriotly uniform and moderate «.. ■ : . Oonndtatdon free. ■ • - 8. MYEBB~~AND CO., BTJBCrEOH DENTISTS. . TEXTH m WITH TEEtS « .a. /JTITkOT) OXIDE QAB administered; The Assssthetio leaves no unpleasant effects, and riirite nic the ertraotlo< of Bad Btnmpi <-nd Testh is rendered perfectly Painlesi and Bffectire. Admlnist-red daily. Fea fd administration of (iaa, 6a Extraction. 2s 6d a tooth. Hours of attendance, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. PriTaterßßidance, 93 East Belt. „.„„. The acknow'edged superiority of AMERICAN DESTIBTRV m the construction o Artificial Teeth, the moßt finished workman ship, and replacing the lost teeth T-'.M---rOBABILY ALUOgr IMMKDIATKLY after •attraction, have oetablished onr npntatios. .. - , ■ A aingle ArtlScial Tooth, 10s , complete act, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent, £10 IQ» ; Artificial leetb and Dentures made y otkor dentlats remodelled at small cast, ooomv, Ssalins 1 ) aal Piin«i

i JAM PRIMO. Some tloae since we published a tmal paragraph en the unsatisfactory nature much of the jam retailed In the oology* This reached Messrs Kirkpatrlck and Co., of Nelson and they -went to work In a rery praotloal fashion to prove that the jams manufactured by the firm were of O' the best qnality. TfK> cases of assorted jama were sent to this office, with a request that we would thoroughly test the jam along with other brands, and give our opinion. We are happy to state, frankly and fully tbat we have been very mnoh aorprUed, as prior to the receipt of Messrs Kirkpatrlcb's gift we were unaware i- that .New Zealand could boast of an industry of which- It has bo mnoh reason to be proud The various sorts of jim were tested by a jiainber of persons, who .compared the samples with other brands, and the genera) verdict ts that not only ' v are- Mtoars K.irkpatrtck'a productions far aod away better than any other New Zealand brand w* can obtain, but they are ■operior to JCngllsh jams m being fresher." The nearest approach to the • exoelleuoe, of the .Nelson jam waa that . contained m tlm bearing the name of a Tasmanian firm, but even In this oom- . pariaon the Nelson article came out a long way best. We are pleased to be able to gtva on stinted praise to a genuine local «• industry, the produot of which we oan unreservedly recommend to consumers. All. of the many persona who have tested .". the samples aro loud In their praise, and we must unreservedly congratulate Messrs Ktrkpatrlok and 00. upon turning ont a genuine fruit jam fit to grace the tables '- .and please the palates of the most luxurious and fastidious. — " Mawke'a iiay . herald," July 18tb. Sanpldt of Kirkpatrlck and Oo'b " X brand of jam have been forwarded to us : jnd ,we ire free to oontesa tbat chey -appear to be m every way excellent and . M they become better known m the local '■narket will meet with mnoh appreciation wftrom the beads of households. The maker asserta that none but the purest fruits frown In Nelson are used 1b his manufactures, and we are content to accept hat aasuntßoe. Oettainly the j»mr r , poaasti a -rJohnaaa aod f resnuess of flavor - tot ■ heart i thataaaertlononC^rpo **■'

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2051, 31 January 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2051, 31 January 1889

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