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Public Notices VjrT ANTED Known —Great Brains) W in Ladies' and Children'^ Hosp Md 91.'YM Samples at 8. W. Aloorh , APCoV . '■ WAKANUI ROAD BOARD. ErOTIOB !• hereby piven that the ! Brldßes m the W*kanoi Road trtct are UN3AFB for Traction Englnei and other heavy Weights. By order O. E FOOKS & SON, Distriot Eorvoyorß. JtnnarylSth, 1889. l^ 3 LOCAL FRUIT. GOOD Plums for preserving, picked f resh from the trees as soon as ripe a d loca'ly grown ; not like the imported ones that are only half ripa and yet damaged m transit, being bo long on the Fresh plucked f-uit is the only sort fiforjttn. Good Kidaey Potatoes at the lowest 8*39 Fruit Grower, Town Hall. JAM PRIMO. .. ' 4 Some time since we published a sm»l. paragraph en the unsatisfactory nature tnochof the jam retailed In the oology. This reached Meurs Klrkp&trlok and Co., of Nelson and they went to work m a rery praotloal fashion to prove that the jams manufactured by the firm were of the best quality. Tw^ 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 our opinion. We are h»ppy to state, frankly tnd folly tna' we have been very much ■nrprtsed, as prior to the receipt of Messrs Ktrkpatrtolr'a gift we were nnaware that New Zealand could boast of an industry of whlob \t has so muoh reason to bTprood The varioni sorts of jam were tatted by a namber nf persons, who compared the samples with other brands, >pd thg» g»ner»l verdtot m .h-*t not < uiy* 'ire, Mesars K-tf kpstrlck's productions t«r jad away batter than any other New Zetland brand wn can obtain, bol they are superior to English jams In being fresher. The nearest approach to the exoelleDoe of the Nelson jam was that contained m tins bearing the name of a Taimanlan firm, bat even m this comparison the Nelson article came out a> long way best. We are pleased to be able to give unstinted praise to a genuine looal industry, .the produot of whloh we can unreservedly recommend to oonsomers. AU of the many persons who have tested the samples are loud to their praise, and we moat unreservedly congratulate Metwrs Klrkpatrlck a~d Co. 7ipon turning out a genuine fruit j»m fit to grace the tables . jpd ple»se the p»latea of the most luEonona.it' d f»»'ldious. — " Jiawkes flay Herald," Joiy 18th. SiapiMof Klrkpttrlofe andUoV'K brtod of jam have been forwarded to us •nd we are free to confess that they appear to be In every way excellent and m they become better known In the looal market will meet with mich appreciation from the beads of households. The maker Mierti that none but the purest fruiti grown In Nelson are used m bis manufactures, and we are content to accept hat assurance. Certainly thn j»n» potsesi a richness ano fmsnness of fUvot h»t bears that tsser'l -n oot.— -Do •" t»r *ilv 3 Friedlander Bros. ' priedlander Bros HAVE FOR SALE— 1 "Wood's Twine REAPER and BINDER (new this season) IHORNBB7 Twine do do. (new Jast season, only out 200 aoresj pf HOWABD (etring) R & ' H MoCOBMIOK (string) R& B -I Do (wire) Do O GRASS STRIPPERS -f Farm DRAY tnd FRAME -J WHFTEOHAPEL CART •i American EXPRESS WAGGON Beetioo 830, Cox Street Btotlon 487, with good 6 roomed House and out-house thereon; good garden. TeroM liberal. ' ■-'*■' Skin Safest WE HOLD irOBTNIGHTLY SALES. -■'"■£'■ 01 SKINS. THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. *f v i PIANOS (by F^Boseoer) new, SALES OF JJOBSES, PIGS, CATTLE, PRODUCE, & FURNITURE OK SATCRDAIS. •■'• ■. I'l STOCK SALES. TUESDAYS. . FRIBDLANDER BROS. PETEK WILLIAMS, Aaotloneer.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2060, 11 February 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2060, 11 February 1889

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