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McCALLUM &" CO. j° HAYINGr Sold their Business m Ashburton, have arranged Tfith MB JOBIi G. RESTELL to collect and receive all i monies due to them, ' Iffr Bestell's receipt will be a sufficientMisohargc. It is particularly requested that alljaccounts be'paidjto him at once ot hi* office, "West Street. McCALLUM & CO. March 28th, 1889. cX"

Wanted GENTLEMEN'S MERCERY AND . TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. TTTANTED. - A General Servant j I *__-»v«* t yy competent Nurae and NeedleWILLIAM SPABBOW, SS."-"- 15 * 8 Geo * JameßoNj TaD 4°t29 i tTTILL Oorooaenoe Business as above -r-r. ANTED. — Good sound aecocd__VV— " os VV hand .Oornsacks.- John G. RksSATURDAY, 6ih APRIL, tbil. 427 With a large and varied stock of wtta^TKD. -A Competent House TWEEDS AND COATINGS. VV keeper, rou«t be a good Cook Apply office of this paper. 4 28 r W.S. has engaged one of the best Cotters m New Zealand, and will guarantee "TT 7" ANTED— General Farm Servant a really first class Garment, well made and VV muat be a good ploughman O well trimmed. Perfeot fit. H Dowding, Coldstream. 4*22 Hats, Soarves, Ties, Braeei, Water- - —- ~ ~~" proofs, Overcoats, Ruga, Portmateaux, eto. TXTANiED everybody to see the r ' y y Waterproof Coata at 21s 6d at the _Tm CnSDDAW Gigantic Sale of J. Orr and Co.'s Drapery HlDi OIAIUIUII, Stock.— Andrew Orr (nb-T BAN- NEW ZEALAND), rjBESENTS.— We are giving Presents JL to every purchaser of 2s 6d and LATE McCALLUM & CO., Ironmonger upwards m Drapery, Boots, Clothing, 410 ore— H O. Sbobbs, Melford Honee. ANT jjd Known— Beady money Buyers call and inspect our Stock. No reasonable offer refused.— Glaßgow r Drapery Company, East street, below Patching's^ 2 80 WANTED Known.— Tbat Andrew Orb is opening a big shipment JDD JL of Ladies' Dolmans and flats, DreasHioods, i : _ .^ r> . Blaok and Colored French Merinos. All NjEW GrOODS will be sold at the Beduoed Prices. trK -. . . riT ANTED Known—That Men's Boots (Our own Make) yy. are be}Dg Bo!( j B 8 ]ow as 3a 6d . Ladies' Boots from 2s 6d ; Frenoh Prune la And Save Your Money by Purohaalng Boots at 3s 6d at Andrbw Obb's Sale. ,ont TT/ANTED Known. — Handsome CLOTHING AND MERCERY VV PMsenta to every Purchaser to the value of 2a 6d and upwards of Drapery, AT TEX Boots, Clothing, &c — H. O. Sbobbs, Melford Bonse. NEW ZEALAND «•> ANTED Know —That 26s will buy VV a Gents' Euit, 16a 6d a pair of i^l/vr-VilY* £y T7'rtf*»f.m*V Ashourton Blankets, Ashburton Flannel OlUlllillo * »^W V -' 1 J • iOJd, Gtmta' Overcoats 18i 6d — Andbew Obb's Sale of J. Orr ani Co'a frtook. FOB gennloe Ashburton Tweed SuK& read7-made 9 or to measure, fit and rs . -jr Tji "VTaTa \\T i'YN quality guaranteed, and at prioes uuJ^jtVXjXli Jl\ \J v v V/Xl squalled, go to K. Aloobn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saundera' Bulldioea. \]|TAJiTIs.D Known — Buy your Drapery VV boots, Clothing, &0., at Melford - Suits to Measure £2 IBs House. A substantial Present to every purchaser of 2s 6d and upwards.— H. O Trouiers to Measure ... 16a 9d tJEqeas, Melford House. * T> EAD THIS 1-J. Orr and Co.'c Hook, XV amounting to nearly £7000, also my Splendid Variety of TWEEDS AND own Stock amounting to about £9000 i* » * now being slaughtered. Oome early and COATINGS to seleot from. secure tha Bargains. — Andbkw Obr. 3 158 " I)EACHES, d-maouo, oranges, filberts ™™rDA-D->afVNT IT * limes, tomatoes, ououmbers, apples, \AjSDJx. JKt ». * Ov/IM peera, 1.-mons, and ooooauots, also first prlzf onions and pickling onions. Grapes 18 !_■ Is 6d per lb. — Mbs Adamb, Saond*r* is Buildings. 6 69 BU£ TEST OE VALUE, -r-r- All TED Known. -That Mis VV Edwabds, Tailoress, is prepared to make Boys' Clothing, also Cuffing, Strap ~~~" ping, repairs and alterations, &o — Miss Edwards, corner Moore Btreet and Belt. W. H. WEBBER, U 105 Manager. « .i ANTED Known -The Great Sale VV Cf Colonial Clothing, Boots, &c , commenced 12 v? 0D ths ago m Saunders' Buildings v still going on, and I have engaged cxti a Assistants bo as i° be able » to supply Customers with lees delay than formerly. — Robert Alcorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart and Tea Warehouse, _, ,"* Saunders' Bu ldings £20 REWABD. IN consequenoe of the amount of Poaching going on m the Creeks on NOW BEADY. the Lagmhor Estate, the above reward will be paid to anyone giving information . .i that will lead to a conviction. From this date NO ONE will be per-, T7.S-VI--rkrt+-_vi/Vl7 , _i mifted to fish m the Creeks on the! JtVlrKpaitrlCK » Lagmhor Estate. | DONALD MoLEAN. SPECIAL QUALITY Lagbmor) Ist April, 1889. i%2 "X" v 4^g. a- i Office of the Official Assignee m brand. _____ 29 Murcb, 1889. The Manager N Z. Twoed Co., OhilatNBW SEASON'S Dw g^ obarch - FRESH PBUIT Bg JQHN RTJSSBLrj> JAMS* 1 have the pleasure to Inform you that yur tender of 11a 43 In tbe £ oasb -—— has been accepted for the Clothing, Drapery, and Bjots stocks In above KIRKPATRIOK'S Special Quality Estate. X" Brand of New Season's Jim Is made " Signed, E. C. LATTER, om Nelson Grown Frnit only, and Official Asslenee. Ed within a few hoars after it bas been erhered, tbe Jam thus retains the ful „ np _„_ wrprp/r n/VTV avor aud color of tbe Freah Frnlt. FOR ONE WJ&EK ONL Y. __* The above Stook will be sold at thepremises East street, Ashburton, comKIRKPATRIOK'S JAM has gained menolng on SATURD iV, April 6th, IVE Prlaa Medals at the following Ex- Drknma bltlons :— London, Melbourne, Christ- »UUIS hureh, Wellington, and Nelson. BLANKETS I — " DRAPERY CAUTION. mag_intoshe3 None Is ge»-ine <r lesa our name la CLOTHING i»mr-M no hi v r --.'A. r"«« '»nr • t&.r*<? T------ *<*■''< : ♦-■■' ' <X '•V,.HOO\TS . '„■■> \-.y.'- iF NOY OOD k a.a_. f .«N & CO, E.0..8T0.,. Will be sold at 15a In the £ on Invoice coat MAH«-A--..t-«»-B«i ,-, ' . I N.B. — Thia is a «»nu''ne t»lp, md every ,;. NBLSOW. ' ltoimirkid io plain fi^r d |,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2101, 4 April 1889

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