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i Public Notice ! ABHBURTON COAL ahd FIBEWOOD DEPOT. 1 li '3 "DEAN begs to inform his • ( IX )Ot £) friends and the pnblio I ' generally that he has scoured a fresh ; supply of beat Newcastle coal which he i intends to sell at GHBATLY REDUCED » ( PRIOEB. Also m atook— Mount Somers, ,_ i Malvero, Wea'port, and Newcastle Coal. \ I Firewood, Post snd Rails, Stakes, Strainers, etc., oto.) Oats, Bran, Sharps. Potatoes, Chaff. Ohlckwheat, etc. R. 8 BEAN, West Street, g. w. r YLOB & crGeneral Auctioneer*, Land and Estate Agent*, 20, Collini Street, West, Melbourne, Are prepared to undertake Sales of Freehold Property, Household Furniture, Merohandise, etc. Liberal advances made on goods for unreserved sale. Monthly lists of Property for sale, or to let, issued free. Loans negotiated, absentees represented, Insurances effected, obarges moderate, settlements prompt. Land sales oon* ducted. 7 A OABD.J Miss Carbon, TEACHER OF MUSIC, (PIANOFORTE AND OKGAN), Bubnett Strskt, 12 101 Coal. Coal. I have just taken Into STOCK 250 Tons VERY SUPERIOR COAL From NEWCASTLE Per "Larltae. THE STRIKE IS OVER AND PRICES Reduced Considerably. Parohaters are advised to call at MY YARDS. JOHN G.IESTELL BINDING WIRE. WHITE CROSS BRAND. A splandld sample. Quality guarantees blnding"twlne. MANILLA OF THE VERY BEST, Also the Celebrated LURLINE HEMP. This Twine is tbe Cheapest per aore Farmers are advised to give It a fair trkl JOHN gTrESTELL. John Orr and Co. John Orr & Co. HAVING Deotded to devote our whole attention to the HARDWARE AND GENERAL BUSINESS, We have SOLD the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT TO MR ANDREW ORR, which will be a sufficient guarantee that Customers' wants will be well looked aftei <n the Drapery line IRONMONGERY WILL RKOBIVE STILL GREATER ATTENTION THAN HITHERTO, No expense will be ipared to make thlsbranohof our business the MOST COMPLETE OF ITS KIND In Canterbury. LABGE STOCKS Now Landing and to arrive London and New York. 10 PER CENT TO 20 PERJOENI Will be saved by purchasing Ironmongt y from us. SPECIAL VALUE In the following, ex "Rakaift" •— Leather Belting Perforated Zinc, all sizes Paints, Oil, and Colors Ptperhanginge, new designs Domestic Ironmongery Builders' Ironmongery Plough Chains Bornsby's Plough Shares Stoves, Ranges, and Grates Bathß, Tubs, and Buokets 10 Caskß Olive and Colsa Oil JOHN ORR & CO. . ■■. i' —AGENTS— 101 l THI MCORMICK BINDERS

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2087, 14 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2087, 14 March 1889

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