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Public Notices. LTGAL FRUIT. GOOD Plains for preserving, pioke fresh from the trees as toon as i < a d locally grown ; not like the importec ones that are only half rip» and ye damaged Id transit, being so long on th< road. Fresh plnokod fiuit m the only sort fi or jam. Good Kidney Potatoes at the lowoel Market Baton. A. W. KANDELL, 2*39 Fruit Grower, Town Hall. BAKER BROS., BUILDERS, UNDERTAKKRS, &o. Corner Waktnul Road and Oass street, (Njsxt Ojentbal Hotel ) Or at Baker and Brown's Ooaoh Faotory Havelook street. (Nbxt the Coubt House.) 200 THE GIGANTIC SALE OB* Messrs J, On & Go's Stock AMOUNTING TO NEARLY £7000 PURCHASED BY ANDREW ORR AT A. LARGE DISCOUNT FROM INVOICE COST. WIXL OOMMHWOB Saturday, March 2. OOME EARLY TO SECURE TREMENDOUS BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. ANDREW ORR WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT I HAVE been appointed AGENT FOR ASH BURTON for thin very high quality Cement. JOHN G. RESTELL. 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, ißth'inst, with the following rosuit ; — 1 Q62 1 040 l-90Glb 8 per briquetf. ThU I consider a gqod teat, but had it been cooler I thjuk the result would have been better, as tbq Cement gets too quickly m this very hot dry weather. (3gd) S. Dbblbkidoi, Inspeotor of Works for Harbor Board, Lyttelton. The above gives an average teat of 4161bs per square inoh. Knight, Sevan, and Etvrges testgavo An average of 3401 bs per square inoh. It will bo seen by the above that the Auokland Cement retains its position as being folly equal If not BUPRRIOR to the Brand of imported Cement.' Money kept m New JJealand, benefit! ns all. In the large works m and near (Thrift* ohuioh this Cement is being used, JOHN G.IESTELL, + AGENT, ASHBURTON. H. J- WOOD & CO. STATIONERS' BALI*. STATIONERY. WHITING and PRINTING PAPERS of all kinds. WRAPPING PAPERS and BAGS \t I any quantity, ACCOUNT BOOKS of all BIZKS and BINDINGS. » NEW"¥OOKS by every Mall. HYMN and PRASTER BOOKS, BIRTH DAT BOOKB, SCHOOL BOOKS, etc., etc, I* School Teaoheri, Committees, and 4 Libraries, supplied at LOWEST PRJOEB, Any Book not In stock prooqted il Shorteit Nottpe. FANCY"GOODS t MUSIC and MUSIOAL INBTRUs MBNTfe of every deaprlpt|on. MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPBRB. Bnbiorlbers wanted for any M»gaaln< oi Newspaper published. •• ■■■■• H.J.WOOD&CO STATIONERS' HALL, ABHBURTON. i

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2076, 1 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2076, 1 March 1889

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