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Wanted ' \TTANTEDaGener»I servant who oan VV milk. Apply at the Manse on Friday at 3 o'olock 4 16 WANTED Known— The usual Dane ing Class will be held in the Orange Hall Tbis £venin?, commencing at 8 p.m. Admission, Gentlemen In 6d, Ladies Free 4 15 WANTED Known— Annual Meeting of Iho Presbyterian Library and Mueical Booiety To-morrow (Thursday) night at 7.30 in the Church Old ' and now members all invited. 4 13 WANTED everybody to see , the Waterproof Coats at 21s 6d at the Gigantic Sale of J. Orr and Oo.'a Drapery Stock.— Ahdbbw Orr. RESENTS.— We are giving Presents to every purchaser of 2a 6d and upwards in Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &C.—H. 0. Skgees, Melford Honee. WANTED Known— Ready money Buyers call and inspect our Stock. No reasonable offer refused— Glasgow Drapery Company, Eaat street, below Patching's. 2 80 WANTED Known.— That Andrew Orb is opening a big shipment of Ladies' Dolmans and Hats, Drees Woods, Blaok and Colored French Meriuos. All will be sold at the Reduced Prices. 4*7 ANTM) Known— That Men's Boots V V are being sold as low as 3s 6d ; Ladieß* Boots from 2b 6d ; French Prune la Boots at 3a $d at Andrew Orb's Sale. ' yy ANTED Koown. — Handsome V f Presents to every Purchaser to the value of 23 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &&. — H. 0. Segers, ilelford Bonne. WANTED Know —That 25s will bny a Gents' fcuit, 163 6d a pair of Ashourton Blankets, Aehbartou Flannel lO|d, Gents' Overooatß 18s 6d — Andkew Urr's rfalo of J. Ore ani Co's Stock. jU-OK gennioe Ashburton Tweed Suite Jj read ? made, or to muaenro, fit and quality gaaranteed, and at prices onuquailed, go to K. Alcorn, Ashburton Olothiug Mart, S&undera' Bnildinpa. PEACttES, dtmsonß, oranges, nibeiTs, lime*, torn* oea, oaenmbera, apples, dobm, I mona, and cocoanuts, also firftt prizi onions and pickling onions. Grapes Ls6i per In.— Mrs Adams, Saundere Bnlldlnga. 6 69 ANT&D Known. — That STs Edwabds, lailorese, is prepared to oauke Boys' Clothing, «.lso Luffing, Strapping, repairs and alterations, &c — Miss , Edwards, corner Moore street and Belt. • 11 105 \»TAKT£D Known— Bay your Drapery W Boot*, Clothing, &c ,at Melford House. A substantial Present to every purchaser of 2s 6d and upwards. — H. 0 oeqers, Melford Hoaaa. -£% BID THI~ I— J. Orr and Oo.'s Stook, XX amonutine to nearly £7000, a'so my own ttock amounting to about £9000 i« now being slaughtered. C'ome eurly and ' secure the Bargains. — Andb*w Übr. < - 3 158 ; WANTED Known-The Great Sale of Colonial Clothing, Boots, &o , commenced 12 montns ago in fcaund'.rs' Build ingT " Bt *^ Ro'mg on, and I have engaged extra so aj to be able to supply Customers ,7** fa 6 « delay tb»n formerly.— Robert Alcors, Aflbburton Olotbing Mart and Tea ' WareuwPSe, Seunders' Bu Idings. £20 REWARD. XN oonßequence of the amount of Poaching going on in the Creeks on the Lagmhor Estate, the abova reward will be paid to anyone giving inrormatiou that will lead to a conviction. From this date NO ONE will be permitted to fish in the Creeks on the Lagmhor Estate. J DONALD McLEAN. Laghmor, Ist April, 1889. 4J2 Compulsory bale OF Drapery, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, &c. 18 NOW BBIHG HELD AT W. W. SPENCEfi'S THE AKCADE ASHBURTON. — NOTE A FfiVV" PRICEB — 45s Suit* for 25s 22a 6d 'i rouaere and Vests for 15s 14h 6;i Trousers for 8s lid 5- 6d Boy's Mole Troasers for 2s lid Men'H 35u ' vercoats for 220 6d 9d Dross Staff j for 4£d Is do do for 6d. 3b 6d Oat>hrneie* lor 2s 6d Calicoß, Shotting, Ptaiinels, Skiitlng, &o. f *o. at a QUARTER DISQuUJST. Ladies' Cot sets and Underclothing at Landed Cost, ULSTERS AT HALF PRICE. J3OOTS &■ SHOES AT A DISCOUNT OF 4S IN THE <=£• WT. W. bpencer Tail, ARCADE. I 3^l

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2101, 3 April 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2101, 3 April 1889

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