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Public Notices. ' M RS H IL " ~ MONTHLY JSUKSff, MoOKK SIBSBT, Wishes it known that persons coming to town for medical treatment can bar* privateroomßatthe above address. 8 62 I/JCAL FRUIT. GOOD Plums for preserving, pieka fresh from the treei ss soon as i * i a d locally grown ; not like the imported ones that are only half ripe and yet 1 damaged m transit, being so long on the road. Fresh plucked fruit ii the only sort fit or jam, Good Kidney Potatoes at the lowest Market Bates, A. W. EANDELL, 2*39 Fruit Grower, Town Hall. THEGIGANTICSALE OB 1 Messrs J. On & Go's Stock AMOUNTING TO NEARLY £7000 PURCHASED BY ANDREW ORR All . LARGE DISCOUNT FROM INVOICE COST. WILL COMHKKOB Saturday, March 2. COME EARLY TO SECURE TREMENDOUS BARGAINS m EVERT DEPARTMENT. ANDREW ORR ■ ■ ._ — _ _^___^_^_^. HUMS PORTLAND CEMENT I HAVE been appointed AGENT FOB ASHBORTON for this Tery high quality Cement. JOHN G. EESTELL. •- WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT has been tested by Mr Derbridge, who givei the following report : — Lyttelton, 26th January, 1888. I have tested the sample of Oement delivered to me on Friday, 18th insi, with the following result -. — 1 962 1 940 l*9o6lbs per briquett. This I consider a good test, bat had ft been cooler I think the result would have been better, as tbe Cement sets too quickly m this very hot dry weather. (Sgd) S. Dkbwdom, Inspector of Works for Harbor Board, Lyttelton. The above gives an average teat el 4161bs per square inch. Knight, Sevan, and Eturges test gave an average of S4olbs per square inch. It will be seen by th» above that the Auckland Cement retains its position as being folly equal If not superior to the Beßt Brand of Imported] Cement. Money kept m New Zealand, benefit* nt all. In the large works m and near. Christ* church this Cement is being used, JOHN G.IESTELL, + AGENT, ASHBUBTON. H. J- WOOD & CO. STATIONERS' HALIi, STATIONEBY. WHITING and PRINTING PAPERS of all kinds. WRAPPING PAPERS and BAGS !a any quantity. ACCOTJNIT BOOKS of all SIZES and BINDINGS. NEWTOOKS by every Mali. HYMN and PRAYER BOOKS. BIRTH* DAY BOOKS, SOHOOL BOOKS, eta | etc, School Teaohers, Committees, and Libraries, supplied at LOWEST PRICES. Any Book not In stock procured at Shortest Notice. FANCY~GOODS. MUSIO and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of every deicrlptlon. MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS. Subscribers wanted tot any Magariaa or Newspaper published. H.J.WOOD&CO STATIONERS' HALL, ASHBURTCN.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2080, 6 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2080, 6 March 1889

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