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Bt^inePß Nottees. ASHBURTON COAL and FIREWOOD DEPOT. RQ T)EAN begs to inform his * •» I^, IJ friends and the public generally that he has secured a fresh •apply of bent Newcastle ooal which he ' intends to sell at GHEATLY REDUCED PBIOES. Also m stock— Mount Bomers, Malvern, Wastp rt, and Newcastle. Coal. Firewood, Post tni Ruils, Stakes, Strainers^ afr^ etc., Oats, Bran, Sharps. Potatoes, Chaff, Ghtak wheat, etc. R. S BEAN. „* r . ... - Wfst Btrcet, £10.000 GITEN AWAY TO BUTBBS OF A BOTTLB OF BRMDALBANE WHISKY Shipped by Alex. Ferguson 400 Glaag ow Partacnlara from all Wins Merchant?, St or keepers. Hctelkeepera an Bpirlt Deali WholnOe Agecta— Wk. Booular &Oo Pnnedin, N^Z. 10 PHOTOGRAPHERS, 218 High Street, Christohurob. GREAT Annual Sale OF DEAPEEY CLOTHING AND BOOTS. COMMENCING Saturday, Japuary 19tL EVERT LINE GREATLY REDUCE ANDREW ORR. QUOD FAO MU9 VaLDB FAOIMUS (" What we do we do well.") THJS OHEIBTOHUROH DB NTAL SURGE Li F, 168 Oashel ttreet, Christchnrch, next Robinson's Boot Store, and at the Octagon. Danedin. All operations at etnetly uniform and moderate Consultation free. 8. MYERS^AND CO., BUBOBOH DENTISTS. _ • _ i iilfibolrfTE£TH X JMIXJJ TEETH HITttOD . OXIDB GAS administered; The AtMßSthetie leaves no unpleasant effect*, and by its two the extraction of Bad Btnmps md Teeth is rendered perfectly Painless and Effective. Administered daffy. Fee fot ad> minlstntion of Gas, 6s Extraction. Ss 6d a tooth. Houi of attendance, ft am.to 8 p.m. Private residence, 93 Bast Belt. The acknowledged superiority of AMERICAN DBNTISTB7 m the oonstrnotiou o Artificial Teeth, the most finished workman ship, and replacing the lost teeth T£M» tOBABILY ALMOST IMMEDIATELY after . - •attraction, hare ostAbliabed our repntatioa. A single Artificial Tooth, 10s , complete set, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent, -- £lol0s) Artificial Teeth and Dentures made -■'■ ij other dentists remodelled at small oast. orolng, B»liag, Perreot and Pvjum JAM PRIMO. ♦ Some time linos we published a smal paragraph en the .unsatisfactory natore moon of the jam retailed m the oolpiy. . This reached Messrs Klrkpatrlok and Co., , -of Nelson and they went to work In a <l Very praotloal fashion to prove that the jama manufactured by the firm were of the best quality. Two cases of assorted jams were sent to this offioe, with a request that we would thoroughly test the . jam along with other brands, and give onr .opinion, ftfopre happy to state, frankly • and fully that we bave beeo vary mnch ( • tnrprised, as prior to the receipt of Messrs Kirkpatriok's gift we were nnaware that New Zealand oonid boast of an industry of which It has ao mnch reason to .be proud The various aorta of jam Were " tested by a Dumber of peraoua, who compared the eatppiew with other brands, >iid"*7h'e'"g^nflr'U verdict i» ih»t ttot only are Messrs Ktrkpatriok'a productions far , : jud away better tbao any other flew \ ■ Zgalaqd brand ** can /'btgin, bnt they ■»re superior to JfingUsh jams m being .^fresh'wr "~ The~nearVst"~approaoh to the - exoellaoob of the kelson jam was that contained m tins bearing the name of a iTasmanlan firm, but even m this com- - parison the Nelson article oame out a long ' -'way best. We are pleased to be able to i give UDStinted praise to a genuine local '-industry, the product of which we can i unreservedly recommend to oonaamers. ""All of the many peraons wbo have fceafed the saroptea are tend m their pralae, »nd we mutt uoreseryedly con\;r»^auiji/l6a>ir* , JKtrkpatrick and 00. open tnroing oot a genaiaq fruit j*m fit to grace ihe tables smtt pleiee the palates of tbe T mnat ■ luxuriuaw Bt.d t^andious. — " Jtiawke's Hay Herald," July 18th. ? Saaples of Kirkpatrlok and Oo's " X ' brand of jam have been forwarded to us and -we are free to confess that they appear to be m every way excellent and »s tney become better knows m the loaai market wiji meet with tnuoh appreciation from the beads of households. The maker •sifts thai uone but the purest fruits fro<«n m Nelson are mcd m his manuftctactf, and we are content to aocept ' asiaraaoa. Qpftamly tli<> Utar poaaa— a riohness ana f rashness of n*r'6r hat *be»rs ibat HM«rtii>n our. —Da ♦"" .

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2053, 2 February 1889

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