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Pnblic Uotlce LCOAL FRUIT. GOOD Plums for preserving, pioked . fresh from the trees as soon as ripe a d loca'ly grown ,' not Hke the imported oces that are only half ripe snd yet damaged m transit, being so long on the road. Fresh plucked fruit is ihe only sort fit or jam. bood K:deey Potitoes at the lowest Market Bates. A. W. TUNDELL, 2*39 Fruit Grower, Town HalL NEW COACH ROUTE. G/H. Allison, PROPRIETOR of Methven lAtwj A Stables, begs to Inform the pnblle of the Methven and Athbarton Districts, tha be will on SATURDAY, 9th Feb., tart running a Paueogar Coach fron Metbven to Ashborton on Taetdays and Saturday*, learing Methven at 8 15 a m and Asbborton at 4 SO p.m. Fares, single, 4s ; returns, 6i. Pnroels and orders carefully attended to. 2tio :■■■■- Williamson and H, Freece. TAILORS AND HABIT MAKERS (Latx or Londow and Bxbhinqhax.) livery & military unipobmß. ladles 1 habKTand jackets Made m all the Latest Styles. EAST ¥tBEET, Next to Courthouse, ABHBUR TO N, And at 62 Colombo Street, Ohrlstchureh. 12 13« Coal. Coal. I have just taken into STOCK 250 Tons VERT SUPEEIOE GOAL From NEWCASTLE Per "Lorllne* THE STRIKE IS OVER AND PRICES a*« von Reduced Considerably. Purchasers are advised to call at MY YARDS. ■;-'-.;. JOHN GfRESTELL BINDING WIBE. WHITE CROSS BRAND. A splendid laniple. Qatllty guaranteed BiNDiNG'Twnra:. MANILLA OF THE VEBY BEBT. Also the Celebrated . LUELINK BEMP, This Twine Is the Cheapest per acre Farmers are advised to give It aMr trial JOHN GTiESTELI^ ' John Qrr and Oo« -i . r John Orr & 06. HAVING Deofded to devote out whole attention to the HARDWARE AND GENERAL | . BUSINESS, We have SOLD the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT TO MR ANDREW ORB, which will be a noffiolent guarantee that Customers' wants will be well looked aftel In the Drapery line IRONMONGERY WILL RECEIVE STILL GREATER ATTENTION THAN HITHERTO. No expense will be spared to makt this branob of our business the MOST COMPLETE OF ITS KIND In Canterbury. LAEGE STOCKS Now Landing and to arrive from London and New York. 10 PER CENT TO 20 PER {CENT. Will be caved by purchasing Ironmongery from us. SPECIAL VALUE In the following, ex "Raksia":— Loather Belting Perforated Zino, all sises Paints, Oil, and Colors Ptperhanginge, new designs Domestic Ironmongery Builders' Ironmongery Plough Chains Hornaby's Plough Shawm , Stoves, Ranges, and Gratea Baths, Tub?, and Buckets 10 Casks Olive and Colza Oil JOHN ORR & CO. y —-AGENTS— JO* THI MCCORMICK BINDERS

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2063, 14 February 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2063, 14 February 1889

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