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Wanted | \]E** ANTED Known—Large stock of W real HelUrs' Mould B -arda, dlreot frm HuotUy. J. H. St_->hkwß. _ . _i, ANTED to Sell a Tricyole, Dearly VV. v new. Very Oheap. Apply offioe o' thli p >per. PEACEIES, d__a.ous, oranges, filberts, iiinou, t.ma'ooa, cacumbere, Bpples, peora, Imona,' and coooanuts, alß^ first pr z onions snd pickling onions. Grapeß ls 6d p.r lb. — Mks Adamb, Saunders B_o*ldin_g_. 6 69 PRESENTS.— We are giving Presentto ever}' purchaser of 2s 6d anoy upwards m Drapery, Boota, O.othing, &c. — H. 0 Skobbs, ;v elford Hon.e. fOR genuine Aahburton Tweed Suits -•■ read? made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prioes un* equalled, go to R. Aloobn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saupdera' Baildings. } \T*rAKTED Known— Buy your Drapery i YV Boots, Clothing, &c, at Melford Honse. A substantial Present to every purchaser of 2s 6d and upwards.— -H. 0 t-BQBBS, Melford Honse. . WANTED Known.— Beady money Buyers call and inspect our Btock. No reasonable offer xefused.- -Glasgow Drapery Company, East street, below Patchlng's^^ WANTED Known. — Handsome Presents to every Purchaser to the valne of 2s 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &<x— H. 0. Seqbbs, Melford Bonae. WANTED Known. — That Mis Edwabds, Tailoress, is prepared to make Boys' Olothing, also Cuffing, Strapping, repairs and alterations, &o.— -Miss Edwabds, oorner Moore Btreet nnd Belt. 11 100 WANTFD Known— The Great Sale of Colonial Clothing, Boots, &o , commenced 12 months ago m Saunders' Buildings is still going on, and. I, have engaged extra Assistants so as to be able to supply Customers with lees delay than formerly.— Robert Aloobn, Asbburton Olotbing Mart and Tea Warehouse, SBnnders' Buildings. maaammamaaaaaaamaaaammmmaaaamaaaaamaaaaawaaam Rink de Paris. PATRONISED BY THE ELITE immflß NOW" OPEN-as*i Every Monday, Wednesday, Fbiday, and Saturday, Morning Sessions (Ladies only) 10 to 12, Afternoon, 2.30 to 4.30. Evening, 7 30 to 10. MS - „ ■ ■■ Admission as usual. Special arrangements for Season Tickets. R. ELSTON, 3*76 Manager. - BOTIOE OF CHANGE. Dr. J. H. TOWNEND, C CONSULTING Physician, 183 Oolombo / Street (opposite Bank of New Zealand), Ohriatchnrch (Hon. Voting Pnjstolan, Ohrlatobnroh Hospital 10 years) Hours of Consultation from 12 until 2 p.m., and from 7.30 nntil 9 p m., Sundays excepted. ' N.B. —Consultation by letter. 3t46 DA. JM GLOBULES QUICKLY OURE Nbbtous Pbostbation, Debility, Mbh • ] tal depbkssion, dizziness, loss oy Memoby, Lost Vioob. Arrest Premature Old Age, Physloalj Weakness and Dtciy. Cure all Diseases" resulting from Indiscretions or Excesses ; Restore Lost Poirer. Exhausted Vitality, Lost Energy, eto. THE STRONGEST INVIGORANT « KNOWN. The " Medioal Reoord " states:— "Acting as it does direotly upon the Nervous System, it Restores the Debilitated Functions of the Prinoipal Organs of the Human Frame, and la unsurpassed as a .Nervine, It builds up tbe Oonstltation, and Imparts Musealar Energy, plvlng Strength and Vitality to tbe System." Price 12s 6d, The Globules never fall m giving Instant Relief and Permanent. Oore. Ail Obemists, or sent wltb fall dlreotlons by addressing the Sole Agent— A. S. GOFE, Loos Buildings, Collins Place, J125 MELBOURNE, VICTORIA »Wi»WW^ ■-*■■■■■ ■' ' ■ ■■■■»■■■■■— Transfer of Business IN Thanking my numerous Oastomers for the liberal support tbey bave given me during the Isst 10 years I bave been In Business as Plumber, Gasfitter, and Tinsmith, I take this opportunity of informing tbem tbat I bave DISPOSED OF THE BUSINESS To my Bon, John W. Habdlly, and solicit for bim a oontinuance of their patronage. SAML. HABDLEY. March Ist, 1889. *" In reference to the above I trust by *> strict attention to Business, Including a promptitude ln tbe execution of all orders, io merit the same measure ot support accorded to my father. J. W. Hardley PLUMBER, GASFITTER, TINSMITH AND GALVANISED IftDF WORKER. East Stbeet, ASHBURTON. ! j ; All Acoounts doe Ko %st Msroh, 1889, must be paid promptly either ko if. W f Hardley, East Btreet, or Samuel Hardley, < East Belt. Aahburton. ' 3t22

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 22 March 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 22 March 1889

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