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ivl.ic *otice Gtermina. Palatable, Dl geatible, Beating. At alt Grocers, PHOTO GRA P;H E R 8, 218 High Street, ' ■; 1" Christchnrchr PARK STREET HOSIERY WORKS (Near Presbyterian Oharoh.) J, DiLGLI.I S H Practical Hosiery Manufacturer. Woollen Shirts, Drawers, Socks, and Stookioga of all oolora, for Gentlemin, Ladies, and Children, made to order, 12 Williamson and H. Preece, TAILORS AND HABIT MAKERS (Late of London and Birmusgham^ LIVERY & MILITARY UNIFOBMBL' LADIES' HABIT3~AND JACKETS Made In all the Lateßt Styles. EAST TTEEET, Next to Courthouse, ASIBUBT ON, And at 62 Colombo Street, Ohrlitchuron. 12 134 GREAT CHEAP CLEARING SALE OF SUMMER pvRAPBRT, MILLINERY, MANTLES, PRINTS, MUSLINS, DRESS GOODS, etc , REGAEDLESS Off COST Commences on Saturday, 12th January Come early for the Bargains, at S.W.ALCORN&CO' 8 -' EAST STREET. SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY, ESPECIALLY WBENTHE PRODUCT IS VERY SUPEKIOR. HAYING made a special purohasa of a forge lot of Ash barton Tweeds, part of which I have had made np m the best style and finish, I now off ar better valne m Men 'a, Youths', and "Boys' Suits, than oan be had anywheie |j New Zealand. Sultß to meaeare, both fit and material guaranteed. VALUE UNEQUALLED. eobeet"alcoen, * ASHBDRTON CLOTHING MART SAUNDERS' BUILDINGS. P. & D. Duncan AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAKERS, WILLS STREET, ASHBURTON^ IN addition to the Implements we have hitherto been manufacturing ; we ar# now making a new Pattern grass mower« Fanners having Hay should inspect out mower before purchasing elsewhere. Sample to be seen at our Ashbuxton Branch, also an improved Turnip and Manure Drill for which we obtained the Special Prize at Timaru Show. Stalker's Feeders — we have greatly improved thoto for this eeaeon. Stalker's saok lifter • simple and effective ; Aeb burton Gorm cutters, over thirty m übo ; strippers the best stripper for Bavirp ee*d on land that has been lightly stocked. We have a large stock of MoCOBHXOK extras at reduced prices, and numerous improved fittings of our own design. Repairs to Reapere and Binders carried Oftt In the best possible manner and with ih« greatest expedition and at reasonable prices. We have imported direct a quantity of Drum beaters, perforate Zia Smith's wire, etc, for Threshing Maohinec snd can repair these Machines at prioM much lower than hitherto. J. KEIB, 2t55 Manager. QUOD FAO MU3 VALDE FA.OIMUB (" What we do we do welL") '■..,-■ TU£ OHRISTOtIUSOH DB NTAL SURGE RF, 168 Caehel street, Christchnrch, next Bobfii* son's Boot Store, and at the Octagon, Dnnedhu All operations at etrictly uniform and moderate Confaltation free. ■ 8. MYERS^AJSTD CO., STJB&EOK DENTISTS. A'# DP i^^ WITHQUT' < ~Xc 52 ttiTHTEEiU - HITKOD. OXIDE GAS administered^ Thl Ansest^etlc leaves no unpleasant effects, an by its use the cx'xacttQ- of Baa Statapft «tt' Teeth is rendered perfectly Painless and Effective. Administered daily. Fee for administration of Gas, 6a- Extraction. 2s 6d % tooth. Hours of attendance, 9 e-m. to 8 p.BU Private residence, 93 East Belt The racknovrtedged superiority of AMFR OAN DENTISTRY m the cooetrnction Artificial Teoth, thf raost finished workmft ebip, and replacing the lost teeth TisM PORARILY ALMOST IMMEDIATELY after extraction, hare Rstabliehod oar repntatioa. A single ArtiScial Tooth, 10a , complete wi, upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent, £10 10a ; Artificial Teeth bnd Dentures Bad* by other dentiits remodelled at small qq||. Stopping, gcalln g ( ferret wni Ytti&% t|< "

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2086, 13 March 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2086, 13 March 1889

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