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Pahllc Notices/ MR s JdL ILL MONTHLY NURSE, Moorb Strict, AsHiußTor, Wishes it ktiown that persons coining to town for medical treatment c*u bays private rooms at the above address. 2 02 LOCAL FRUIT. GOOD Plains for preserving, pioke fresh from the treea as soon as 1 6 aud locally grown ; not like the imported ones that are ouly half ripa and yet damaged m transit, being TO i on » on ft^ road. Fresh plucked f«uit is ibe only iortfit or jam. . * uSSS? PoWo " " "" l0 ™ t THEGIGANHOSALP Messrs J. Orr & Go's Stock" AMOUNTING TO NEARLY £7000 I PURCHASED BY j ANDREW ORR ; LABGE DISCOUNT PROM INVOICE COST, Wttl OOUMIVOX Saturday, March 2. OOME EARLY TO SECURE TREMENDOUS BARGAINS ETERY DEPARTMENT. ANDREW ORR WESOH'S PORKAND CEMENT I HAVE been appointed AGENT FOB ASHBURTON for thii very hlgk quality Cement. JOHN G. EESTBLL. WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT be* been tested by Mr Derbridge, who girea the following report : — Lyttelton, 26th January, 1881. I have tested the sample of Cement delivered to me on Frldaj, 18th mit, with the following; result ; — 1-962 1 940 l-9C6!ba per briqnett. This I consider a good test, bat had It been oooler I think the result would hare been better, as the Cement sets too qaioklj m this very hot dry weather. (Bgd) S. DntßsiDcn, Inspector of Worko for Harbor Board, Lyttelton. The above gives an average test of 4161bi per square inch. Knight, Bevan, and etvrges test gave an average of 3401bi per square inoh. It will be seen by tht above that the Auckland Cement retaia* its position as being follt kqxtal It not svpsßius to the Best Brand of Imported Cement Money kept m New Zealand, beneftttu all. In the large works m and near GhrbU ohurch this Cement ie being used. JOHN GiIESTELL, + AGENT, A8HBU&TOB. It J- WOOD & CO. STATIONERS 1 H&LIj. STATIONEBY. WRITING and PRINTING PAPERS of all kinds. WRAPPING PAPERS and BAGS la any quantity. ACCOUNT BOOKS of all SIZES and BINDINGS. NEWTOOKS by every Mall. HYMN and PRAYER BOOEB, BIRTHDAY BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS, etc, etc, Sohool Teachers, OommltUet, and Libraries, supplied at LOWEST PRICES, Any Book not m stock proonrsd ak Shorteat Notloe. FANCY^OODS. MUSIC and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of every deiorlpUoD. MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS. Subscribers wanted for any MagajHnf or Newspaper Dub]|ahed, H.J.WOOD&CO STATIONERS' HALL, ASHBURTCN

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2083, 9 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2083, 9 March 1889

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