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Should Constat the j£oF?m Wall-known, and Suaeor/ili//CT 3i§ I&£&x£p ■ SrtUiALIoi t >^^^m%^,^^^ Heuvoui, Pwvate iH«l^^^ .AND Chromic Couflamtb. ■ hM^^^ Cure guaranteed, RSgf^^ FREE CONSULTATION, , fr^ 6.9 Flinders St. W.. Melbourne. ~~ " Friedlander Bros. priedlander Bros HAVE FOR SALE— 1 Wood's Twine REAPER and BINDER (new this season) IHORNBBY Twine do do (new last season, only cut 200 acres) pT HOWARD (string) R& -* MoCORMKJK (string) R& B -I Do (wire) Do Q GRASS STRD7PERB H Ftrm DRAY and FRAME -| WHHEO iAPEL CART *1 American EXPRESS WAGGON 6eettoo 830, Ooz Street Section 487, with good 6-roomed House j and out-house thereon; good garden. Terns liberal. _ Skin Sales. WE HOLD fcOBTNIGHTLY SALES. on SKINS. THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. «-■■" » ■ ■ A PIANOS (by F. Rosener) new; SALES OF BOESES, PIGS, CATTLE, PRODUCE, & FURNITURE ON SATURDAYS. STOCK SALES. as TUESDAYS. FRIEDLANDER BROS. PETER WILLIAMS, Auctioneer THE . -^-Philadelphia Novelty — MANUFACTURING CO., tf&i 1434, 1426 Callowhill St., Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A. (incorporated), Hew York Office, No. 32 Howard Street New York City. SOLB MANUFACTURERS or A LINE Of Patented American NOVELTIES, la Stationers* Specialities & Light Hardwar THE Novelty Paper Fastener; A roll lin of Paper and Letter Clips. The Up right Clip. Paper Weight and Clip, Note Letter, and Legal Cap Board Clips. Auto nsatic Fountain Penholder. Automatic Fishe 4fdr fishermen.) Novelty Pocket Knife, an Novelty Hunting Knife (operating instan taneously with one hand.) Omamenta Match Boxes, with bracket hooks (nicke plate, Tucker bronze, and other styles o finish.) Shelf Brackets (for putting up shelve without tools), with sets of wardrobe hook attached. Mincing Knives, with one, two and three, blades. Staples for bindin pamphlets and papers. * Suspension Rin - Staples for hanging up show cards, etc. Th Celebrated Madame Louie Hair Crimper, etc I All goods new m design, novel m operation protected by patent, -better finished, bette working, and lower m price than other good of the same classes. Full illustrated descrip tive catalogue tree on application. Goods ca bt ordered at the same prices through an reliable American Commission House. House undertaking the sale of these goods will fine their trade rapidly increase, and tbrfc the 1 goods will give the fullest satisfaction. New J articles are being constantly brought out, and j merchants are askeS to send for catalogue' f J order samples hrough their correspondcu {

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2095, 23 March 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2095, 23 March 1889

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