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Public Notice. Read "THBMIRBOB," A HIGH-GLASS Weekly Sooial, Political, Literary, and Dramatio paper, to be published every FRIDAY, price 3d, by the Centennial Printing and Publishing Company, Limited, Melbourne Plpce, Bussell Street, Melbourne. m nvv f}A PER day to be made by vl oDtt person* of either «ex; la their owa localities, at work for as. Be* business. AH meet with wonderful sacoese. Any one can do the work. Capital not required. WewlU start you. Outfit worth £1 mailed free. The employment 1b particularly adapted to the region In which this publication olroulates. Boys and girls earn nearly a much ai men, Fall particulars and Instructions mailed free. Now ii the time— don't delay, bat write to us at onos. Address Btlnson and Co., Portland, Maine, United States. 8 10ft A OABD.j Miss Cabson, TEACHER OF MUSIC, '(PIANOFORTE AND OKGAN), Bubnstt Stbeet, 12 101 G. W-. T TtOE & C o> General Auctioneers, Land and Estate Agents, 20, Collins Street, West, Melbourne, Are prepared to undertake Sales of Freehold Property, Household Furniture, Merchandise, etc. Liberal advances made on goods for unreserved sale. Monthly lists of Property tor sale, or to let, issued free. Loans negotiated, Absentees represented, Insurances effected, charges moderate, settlements prompt. Land sales eon* 'ducted^ :■■<■>■■ :% >»> VISITORS TO MELBOURNE^ Should, Co^ntUlt the ' Well-known and 7 Buoi&Q^ltt&ißßr^ ahd.Chronio Comfumti, 13gP^ niBE CONSULTATION. w 63 Flinders St. W., Melbourne. GKBAT GLEABING SA^E. BABGAINSI BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Havio resolved to dispose of my Stock Of HABDWABE, OBOOKEBY, BRUSHWARE, AND GLASSWABE. To make room for entirely new Stock, the above will be Bold at aotual coit for OAaH. « Thii ia a Genuine gale, andjlpurohasen will save over 60 per cent by taking|advantage of the opportunity. Wn). Bajrlis Storekeeper, Trianglb. !'.■"' f! ; ■■ // :Tfiii\;' '-PHII^DELPHJA NOVELTYrMANUFACTURING CO., 1423, 1434, 1426 Callowhill St., Philadelphia, Pa., U. S. A. (incorporated), . New York Office, No. 32 Howard Street New York City. SOLS MANUFACTURERS or A LINE Patented American , tyOYELTIES, In Stationers' Specialities & Light Hardwar HTHB Novelty Paper Fastener; A full lin ,*. of Paper and Le|ter Clips. The Up, right Clip/ Paper, Weight and! Clip.' Nete Letter, and Legal Cap Board Clips. Auto mat ie Fountain Penholder. Automatic Fisbe (for fishermen.) Novelty Pocket Knife, an Novelty Hunting Knife (operating instan taneously with one hand.) Ornamen'ta Match Boxes, with bracket hooks' (nicke pla te, Tucker bronze, and other styles o fini sh.) SheW Brackets (for putting up shelve without tools), with sets of wardrobe hook Attached. Mincing Knives, with one, two and three blades. Staples for bindin pamphlets and papers. Suspension Rin Staples for hanging up show cards, etc. Th Celebrated Madame Louie Hair Crimper, etc A!i goods new m design, novel m operatipn protected by patent, better finished, bette working, and lower m price than other good of the same classes. /Full illustrated descrjlp live catalogue |re<| on application. Goods ca be! ordered at' the same prices through an reliable American Commission House. Hou^a undertaking the sale of these goods will fine their trade rapidly increase, and ; that the goods will give the fullest satisfaction. New articles are being constantly brought but, and merchants are asked to send for catalogue f order samples through their correipondej}

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2054, 4 February 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2054, 4 February 1889

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