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Tl/ AJS-TED-81tuation as Ploughman, V V ODFarm or Station, by an experienced man well aooustomed to horses. —Apply Ploughman, "Mall" Offioa 3*51 PEACHES, Plums, Pineapples, and Oonfeotlonery of all kinds can be obtained at O. Beard's, next Oddfellows' JtLall • "ANTED— At onoe for the country, a good general Servant. Wages 10a ; must be food of children.— Answer M M., Poßt Qffioe, Ashbnr on. AHTED-A Good General Servant. _ L , Apply to Mbs Dbvakh, Aihburton Hotel - 3_Bo W-ANTED-Immedlately, a Respect, able Steady Woman as Honse-keeper.-Apply, Mas Adams, Saaoders' Bulidingg. 3 gj ANTED Know n-That T am a Oasb Buyer of ' eeoond-hand Lever Piongna. J. H. Stephens, Centra! Shoeing Forge. 2t92 WANTED Known— Buy your Drapery Boots, Clothing, &0. , at Melford House. A substantial Present to every purchaser of 2s6Hand upwards. H. C Segebs, Melford House. VTtT ANTED Known— Ready money V f Buyers call and inspect our Stock. No reasonable offer refused.- Glasgow Drapery Company, East street, bolow Patching's. 2 80 W RANTED Known. - Handsome Presents to every Purchaser to the value of 2b 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &c— H. O. Seoers, Melford Honse. BEBENTB.— We are giving Presents to every purohaser of 2s 6d and upwards m Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &c— H O. Segebs, Melford House. \\7 ANTED Known.— Great Bargain f ? m Ladies' and Children's Hose and Slaves. Samples at S. W. Aloobn andCo's. 1/OR genuine Ashburton Tweed Suit* X! ready-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices aneaualled, go to R. Aioorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saundern' Buildings, ANTED to sell cheap, Men's Shirts, VV Drawers, Socks, Quilts, Toilet and Table Covers, Umbrellas from Is 6d, Warehouse Samples, at S. W. ALOOBN and Co.'s aNTIfiD Known— Men's Suits at 25 < a the unparalied Cheap Bale. —Andrew Orb. 3 50 ANTED Known— That UdleTboots are being sold at 2s 6d at the ftigantlo Sale of J. C>rr »nd Go's Stook.— Andrew Orb. 3 43 PEACHES, damsons, oranges, filberts, limes, tomatoes, cnonmbera, apples, peers, lemons, and coooanuts, also first prfzi onions and pickling onions. Grapeß la 6d per lb.— Mbs Adams, S*nnder B BoUdlpga, 6 69 WANTED Koown-That £7000 worth of Drapery, Clothing, and Boots are being sold less than English cost at the big sale. — Akdbew Obb. 3 49 WANTED Known. — That Mis Edwabds, Tailorese, is prepared to make Boys' Clothing, also Cuffing, Strap ping, repairs and alterations, &c — Miss Edwards, corner Moore street and Belt. . 11 105 JUST A.RRIVED— Wew Stook Fanoy and Art Needlework. Latest designs In Crewels, Beadwork, and Painting, Wools of every description m stock. Cigarettes, Tobaccos, Cigars and Pipes of best brands. Agency — Madame Welgel's patterns, and Eclipse Dya Works. Rug'stry effioa for Servants. — Mrs Adams, Saunders' Buildings, opposite Railway ! Station. D E ' L. S- M ANNING idonorary Ophthalmic Surgeon to tbe Ohrlstoboroh Hospital. Late Houae Surgeon to the Central London Eye HoeptUl, London, and late Olinlosl Assistant of Moorfield's Eye Hospital k London, Has comroetjcdd practice as a Specialist on Diseased of tbe 15>e, Ear, Throat, and Nose, at Addisoombe, corner of East Town Bslt aud Ferry tCosd, Christchuroh. Hoars of O naaltaUon : 9 till 10.30 a.m. 2 till 3,30 p.m., 6.30 till 7.30 p.m. 3*45 NOTIOE OF CHANGE. Dr. <?, S;~OWNEND, P'ONSULTIING Physician, 010^ ho VS<reet (opposite Bank of New" ""*' land), Chrlelcburch (Hon VwlMng 1V F . sloian, Christohurch Hoipltal 10 yeare) Hours of Comoltatton from 12 until 2 p.m.. a-,d from 7.30 until 9pm Sundays exempted. 1 N.B.— Coasaltaliou by letter. 3H6 ,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2085, 12 March 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2085, 12 March 1889

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