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Public Notice 3 GSNEBAL STOKE BUSINESS AT CHERTSEY FOR SALE. A PAYABLE Business with small S^ook For Bale cheap. If not *o'd by end of March the Btore will be Let. For particulars apply D. THOMAS, k 3+! ft Auotioneer. • LOCAL FRUIT. w /^ OOD Plums for preserving, ploko f \X fresh from the trees as soon as i * a d locally grown ; not like, the imported ones that are only half ripe and yet damaged m transit, being so long on the road. t Fresh plucked fruit is the only lort fit s or jam. I Good Kidaoy Potatoes at the lowert t Market Bates, j o-on A. W. BANDELL, J 2*39 Fruit Grower, Town Hall r •" _ THE GIGANTIC SALF OP 'Messrs J, Orr & Go's Stock AMOUNTING TO NEARLY, 1 ~ TPUROHASED BY ANDPJEW OJRR *) LARGE DIBOOUNT| :s£*£ FROM INVOICE COST, vrn.it ooMMiraoH Saturday, March 2. 00MB EARLY TO SECURE TREMENDOUS BARGAINS ZR| ETERY DEPARTMENT, ANDREW ORR WILSON'S POmAND CEMENT i I mi quality Cement ; JOHN a RESTELL. WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT hat been tested by Mr Derbridge, who girea the following report : — Lyttelton, 26th January, 1888. I have tested the sample of Cement delivered to me on Friday, 18th but., with the following result i — 1962 1940 l-906!ba perbriquett This I consider a good test, but had It been cooler i thiuk the result would haya been better, as the Cement sets too quiokly m this very hot dry weather. («gd) S. Dbbbmdcw, j Inspector of Works for Harbor Board, Lyttelton. The above gives an average teat of 4161bs per square inoh. Knight, Bevan. and gturges test gave an average of 34011 m per square inoh. It will be seen by the> above that the Auckland Cement retain* its position as being pdllt bqpal If not superior to the Best Brand of Imported Cement. Money kept m New Zealand, beneitamt , all* In the large works m ani near Christ* ohuroh this Cement is being used, JOHN GHtESmii + ABEHT, ABHBUBTOH. H- J. WOOD & CO. | STATIONERS' HA.LL. STATIONERY. WRITING and PBINTING PAPERS of all kinds. WRAPPING PAPERS and BAGS 111 any quantity. ACCOUNT BOOEB of all SIZES and BINDINGS. new~boo:k:s by every Mail, HYMN and PRAYER BOOKS. BIRTR. DAY BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS. etc, etc., School Teaphen, Oommitt«et, an* Libraries, supplied »'„ LOWEST PRICES. ay 7 B S° k not ln Btock procured •! Shortest > lotloe# fanctTgoods. MUSIC and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of every description. MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERB. Subscribers wanted lor mj Magidst or Newspaper published, H.J.WOOD&CO STATIONERS' HALL, ASHBURTCN

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2085, 12 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2085, 12 March 1889

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