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WHY BM I.KD by the old oootlnanai cry lndnl r ,d In by til holders f 0 »p S» e» -!• n« as S rcfl!, when ycu cati purchase for better valoe and have yoor Choice <f ALL NEW STOCK, at MITCHELL & TURNERS TANORED STREET, Who We just made extensive purchases of FASHIONABLE GOODS Id all Department!, for the OcmiDg Se>soo. WOOLLENS AND YaRNS especially good vino. those having been secured before the Ute rise tn the raw material, Inoloding a Urge purchase of ; BLANKET?, FLANNELS, AND SHIRTING?, FROM THE ASHBURTON MILLB. Our Stock of Reaay-Made Clothing ~. AND BOOTS It exceptionally heavy at the present time, large consignment* having j-ist been no packed, which have proved extremely good value. Bui'a to Measure, prompt, at low rates. After readlnsr the abov*, call and see the dUplay of p*ods CT and prices m our Establishment In TANORED BTRBET, and purchaser* will find they can lay oat thpjr money to mdvmntige. 3*12 ?

JUST ARRIVED— New Stcck Fancy and Art Needlework. Latest dealgna m Crewelt, Beadwork, and Painting . Woo's of f-rery 'description Id a^ock. Cigarettes, Tobacooe, Cigars and Pipes of best brands. Agency — Madame Welgel's patterns, tod Bollpie Dye Works. R.;r»btry office for Servants — Mrs Adams, Saundera' Buildings, opposite Railway Btation. £20 REWARD. IN consequence of the amount of Poaching going on m the Greeks od the Lagmhor Estate, the above reward will be paid to anyone Riving information that will lead to a conviction. From this date NO ONB will be permitted to fish m the Greeks on the Lagmhor Estate. DONALD McLBAN. Lagmhor, 17th October, 1888. 10*144 D* L. S- M ANNING Honorary Ophthalmic Surgeon to the Obrlstcboroh Hospital. Lite Hooie Burgeon to the Ceatral London Bye Hospital, London, and late Clinical Assistant of Moorfield's Eye Hospltal ( London, Has commenced prao ice as a Speolalist on Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat, and Noie. at Addlecombe, comer of East Town Belt and Ferry Road, Chrlatoharch. Honra of 0 nsultatlon : 9 till 10.80 a;m. 2 till 3,30 p.m., 6.30 till 7.30 pjn. 3*45 KOTIOE OF CHANGE. Db. J. H.TOWNEND, OfOKSULTING Physician, 183 Colombo \j Street (opposite Bank of New Zealand), Ohristohnrch (Hon Visiting Phy. siolan, Ohrlstobarch HoipUal 10 yean). Hours of Consultation from 12 uotil 1 p.m., and from 730 until 9 p m., Sundays exoepUd. N.B. — Consaltatlon by letter. 3t46 mA* — — ;- Transfer of Business IN Thanking my numerous Customers for the liberal support they have given me diring the last 10 years I have been m Business as Piumber, Gaeficter, snd Tinsmith, I take this opportunity of Informing them that I have DISPOSED OF THE BUSINESS | To my Son, John W. Hardliy, snd*{ tollott for him a continuance of their patronage. SAML. HAEDLEY. . ... ■ Marcblst. 1889. In refereoce to the air. ore I trust by a ■ . strlot attention to Bueloees, Including a promptitude In the execution of all orders, to merit the same measure of support acoorded to my father. J. W. Hafrdley PLUMBER, GABFITTER, TINSMITH AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER. East Stbeet, ASHBURTON. All Accounts due to Ist March, 1889, must be paid promptly either to J W, Hardley, East street, or Samuel Hardley, BastßeU, Ashburton. 3t22 NOW READY. Kirkpatrick's SPECIAL QUALITY "X" BRAND. NEW SEASON'S FRESH FRUIT JAMS. KIRKPATRIOK'S Special Qunllty " X" Brand of New Season's Jam Is m«de from Ne'aon Grown Fruit only, and - boilid wlthto a few hours after It baa been gath red, the Jam tbnn retains the ful •Tor and color of the Freib Fzult. KIPKPATRICE'3 JAM has gained FIVE Priza Medal? at the following Exhibitions:— London, Melbourne, Obristchurcb, Wellington, end Kelson. CAUTION. None Is genuine unlees our name fs •tamped on the Tin, and has our registered Trade Mark the letter "X" on the label. S. KIRKPATfiICK & Co, MANUFACTURER*, NELSON. *

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2084, 11 March 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2084, 11 March 1889

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