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Ptfblic Nottcea LOST ON Saturday, prob«My between East Street (by way of Moore Street) and «ast Belt, a GREENSTONE CROSS. Finder rewarded on bringing same to 1 Mail Office. £$ A *&* ! ST. JOHN'S LODGE, No. 1858, 8.0 fIBE Regular Monthly Meeting of tie L above Lodge will be held Id tho MasoDio Hall. Tanored street, on THURSDAY, the 14th met., at 7.30 pm, Visitors oordlally invited, CYRIL JEPHSON, 2 56 Hon Seo. I BEG to notify that I have taken oat Licenses as LAND BROKER and SWQRN V\LUER under the LAND TRANSFER AOT, 1885, and am now In a position to prepare all deeds under the above mentioned Act OHARLE3 BRADDELL, 2t52 Burnett Street. Wool I AM prepared to purchase WOOL of all description*, In any quantity at full market prices. G. BISBET. Residence and Office— Tanored street East. Store (Mr G. Jameson'i) West street. 11 28 NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. EXCURSION FARES TO DUNEDIN, D.JO, AUTUMN RACES. TjIXCURSION Tickets to Dnnedin, Pj available for return up to »nd including the 4th March, will be issued from ABbburton at 32s first- class, 22s 6d second, and from Rakaia at 36s Brat clasp, 25s second, from 16th to 22nd February inclusive for Ordinary Trains, and for a Special Night Train from Ohristchuroh to L'uoedin on the 19th February, which will be due from ABhburton at 1050 p.m., (topping at Rikaia if required. A return Night Train will leave Duneriin for Ohiist church at 8.40 p m. 23rd February, stopping where required to set down passengers. 2J47 BY ORDER. Great Clearing Sale of Groceries, Eio., Exo. Proctor and Co. HAVING DeoWed on RELINQUISHING BUSINESS, will offor the whole of their Stock of GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, OROCKBRYWARE, Ac, Whtoh will be Sold Regardleia of Cost. The Stook Is all now, all the old stock having been disposed . of, so Purchasers may be sure of getting first-class goods for tbeir money. Large Purchasers will be liberally dealt with, and as the Premises are to Let (he Publio will see that the Sale Is Genuine. . For the convenience of Customers the premises will be kept open till 8 p.m. from tbe 6th of February until the whole stook ie sold, Noxi thb Address— PROOTOR AND 00., Arcade, Asbburton. Come Early and Secure Bargains. FOR OASH ONLY. N.B — PREMISeTtO LET. Anyone wisblog to start In the same line of basinets, and wishing to secure the lot can do so by applying In person or by letter to •• 2f25 PROOTOR & CO., Aroade. WftSOH PORTLAND CEMENT I HAVE been appointed AGENT FOR ASHBORTON for this very high quality Cement. JOHN G. KESTELL. WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT has been tested by Mr Derbridge, who gives the following report :— Lyttelton, 26th January, 1888. I have tested the sample of Cement delivered to me on Friday, 18th mat., "with the following result ; — 1062 1940 1-OCGIbs per briquett. Thu I consider a good test, but hid It been oooler I think the result would have been better, as tbe Cement seta too quickly m this very hot dry weather. (3gd) S. Dibbridqi, Inspector of Works for Harbor Board, Lyttelton. The above gives an average test of 4161bs per square inch. Knight, Sevan, and Eturges test gave an average of 3401 bs per equare inch. It will be seen by the above that, the Auckland Cement retains its position as being folly equal If not superior to the Best Brand of Imported Cement. Money kept m New Zealand, benefits us In the large works m and near Christ* ohurch this Cement is being used, JOHN G.IESTELL, 2+30 AGENT, ASHBURTON. THE URGES! SALE EVER HELD IN ASHBURTON OF DRAPEKY CLOTHING AND BOOTS WILD START (ON Saturday, tbe 23rd f HAVING Parobaeed iheXDRAPERY STOCK of MESSRS J. ORR & CO. It will be offered to the Publlp on SATURDAY, this 93rd, Ashtonishlng Low Prices. ANDREW ORR i 5

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2063, 14 February 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2063, 14 February 1889

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