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.Public *otice3 GENERAL BTO RE BUSINESS AT CHERTSEY FOR SALE. A PAYABLE Badness with small Stock For Pale cheap. If not cold by end of March the Store will b# Let, For particulars apply D.THOMAS, 3+37 Auctioneer. LCOAL FRUIT. aOOD Plums for preserving, plokd fresh fiota the trees as soon aa i * a d looa'ly grown ; not like the imported ones that are only half ripe and y«t damaged m transit, being so long oa Urn road. Fresh plnoked fruit is the only tor it or jam. Good Kidoey Potatoes at the lowest Market Bates. . n^« A w - BANDBLL, 2*39 Fruit Grower, Town Halt Grasp this Startling Fact. ANDREW ORR IS BELLING THE DEAPEEY STOCK PURCHASED FROM J. Orr and Co. Amounting to nearly £7000 AT ABOUT HALP-PBICB. --OOME EARLY.— ANDKEW OKR WESON'S PORTLAND CEMENT I HAVE been appointed AGENT FOB ASHBDRTON for this very high quality Cement. JOHN G. EESTKLL. WILSON'S PORTLAND CEMENT hw beentestedby Mr Derbridge, who givet the following report : — Lyttelton, 26th January, 1888. I have tested the sample of Cement delivered to me on Friday, 18th mat, with the following result : — 1 962 1 940 l'9o6lbs per briquett TbU I consider a good test, bat hid It been cooler I think the result would hay* been better, as the Cement sets too quiokly m this very hot dry weather. (3gd) S. Dikbmdgi, Inspector of Works for Harbor Board, Lyttelton. The above gives an average test of 4X6lbs per square inch. Knight, Sevan, and Eturgeß test gave an average of 3401b* per square inoh. It will be seen by thf above that the Auckland Cement retain* its position as being tolly equal If not supbriob to the Best Brand of Imported Cement. Money kept m New Zealand, benefits M all. In the large works m an i near Christ* ohuroh this Cement is being used. JOHN G.~RESTEHi, + AGENT, ASHBUBTON. H. J. WOOD & CO. STATIONERS' HAIiL. STATIONERY. WRITING and PRINTING PAPERS of all kinds. WRAPPING PAPERS and BAGS la any quantity. ACCOUNT BOOKB of all SIZKS and BINDINGS. newlbooks by every Mall. HYMN and PRAYER BOOKS, BIBTft. DAY BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS, eto., eto., School Teaohers, Committees, and Libraries, supplied at LOWEST PRICES. Any Book not m stock procnred al Shorten Notice. fanctFgoods. MUSIC and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of every description. MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS, Subscribers wanted for any Magailat or Newspaper published. H.J.WOOD&CO STATIONERS' HALL, ASH3URTCN

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2086, 13 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2086, 13 March 1889

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