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Wasted | ACCOUNT Booka ruled, printed ai d bon-'d to any pattern, Liaget'a O«sh, Journal, and Day Books — H. M. Jokes. TITA^TiiD. —A o. impotent Hoim» \V keeper, must be a good 0 >ok Apply cffi:e of this paper. 4 28 \TTANTKD a few Boye for thu paddock W work at Finx Mill. Apply to JepnsoNAND Mookb, Tinwald 4J43 TTT ANTED. — A General Servant VV a'so competent Nome and Nco-Jl* woman.— Mrs Gbo. Jameson, T^nc^d Streets 4f29 REACHES, Quinces, Tomatoes sr.d aH X. lcoilly grown fralts. Bath Klr.cev potatnepatdGirllo. mO Beard, Fru Uror and Cioftc.ionor, Wiils sreet, next Odd fellow's Hal.. "VTTAN'.ED everybody to se.o the V V Waterproof O-. ats at 21s 6 1 at the Gigantic Sale of J. Crr fnd Co.'b Drapery Stf.ck. — Asdbew Op.r. PRESENTS,— Wo are giving Presents to tvery pu; chaser of 2s Gd and upA-ards m Drapery, Bootß, Clothiog, &c. — H. O Segebs, Melford Honee. "TTTANTED Known.— Hat Andrew W Orris openiDg a big shipment of Ladies' Dolmans and Hats, Drees (ioode, Black and Colored French Merinos. &U will be Bold at the Reduced Prices. rsT ANTB.D Known — That Men's Boots \V ara being .sold as low a3 3s 6d ; Ladies' Boots from 2s 6d ; French Prune la Boots at 3s 6d at Andrew Orr's Sale. \\J ANTED Known. — Handsome W Presents to every Parcbaser to the value of 2a 6d* and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &c— H. 0. Segers, Melford Honse. WANTED Know —That 253 will buy a GentB 1 Fuit, 16s 6d a pair of Ashburton Blankets, Aehburtoa Flannel lOjd, Gents' OvercoatßjB* 6d — Aio>jbew Orr's Salo of J. Orr an'f Cob Stock, IT' OR genome Aahburton Tweed Suite Jj read? made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices anequalled, go to H. Alcorn, Asbburton Clothing Mart, S»unders' Buildings. TTTANTED Known— Buy your Drapery W Bootfl, Clothing, &c, at Melford House. A substantial Proeent to every purchaser of 2s 6d and upwards. — H. C Segers, Mej£erd House. READ THIS!— J. Orr and Co.'b fctook. amonr.tine to nearly £7000, also my own Stock amounting tO: about £9COO mow being slaughtered. Oomo early and secure the Bargains. — Akdbew Orr. 3 168 PEACHES, d»mßons, oranges, nlbette limes, tomatoes, cucumber*, apples, pesn, lemons, and cocoatmts, also first prfz) onions and pickling oniona. Grapes Is 6d par lb. — Mrs Adams, S*under* Baildlngs. 6 69 WAITED Known. — That Mis Edwards, Tailoress, is prepared to make Boys' Olptbing, also Cuffing, Strap ping, repairs and alterations, &o — Miss Edwards, corner Moore street and Belt. 11 105 WANTFD Known—The Great Sale of Colonial Clothing, Boots, &c , corrmenced 12 months ago m &nnn dors' Build ings_ia_BtiH going op,_ and I have engaged eztra~AssiBlantfl so as~to~De able to supply Customers with Ices delay tban formerly . — Robert Axcorv, Aehburton Clothing Mart acd Tea Warehouse, Ssuodera 1 Bu ldings. "VrOTTlOB: Is hereby given tbat the J3I Clerk wIU be m attendance at the X.M Court Offi:e, South Bakais, oc Tuesday 9th April, 1889, between the hours of 9 a.m. end 5 p.m. By Order. J. R COLYER, 4 44 O.erk of Court. ODDFELLOWS' HALL. TO-NIGHT FOLEY T7IOLEY 171OLEY OLEY J2 OLEY Jj OLE? THE AUSTRALIAN MACCABE IN HIS LIGHTNING CHANGES, VENTRILOQUISM AND INSTRUMENTAL SPECIALITIES Admission : 2s and Is. 4*lB NEW ZEALiND Clothing Factory. Hallensteia Bros. & Coy. CLOTHIERS, OUTFITTERS, TAILORS J3ATTERS, and GENTLEMEN'S MERGERS, AUTUMN and WINTEE SEASON, 1889. Men's and Boys' CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, and WATERPROOFS dlrcot from the Factory to the paople. mGHEST^UALITY, GREATEST DURABILITY. Suits to Moaturo £2 16s Tronsera io Measure ... lGs 9d 500 Patterns In TWEEDS AND COATINGS to select from. PERFECT FIT and WORKMANSHIP : - GUARANTEED. Ntw Shirt?, New Underclothing, New Ties, New Hats, (Oat own mske), New Collars, &o. EVERYTHING NEW and of the LATEST FASHIONS. FOSTER COLONIAL INDUSTRY AND BUY FROM THE NEW ZEALAND Gothing Factory. W, H. WEBBER, Maaagert

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2102, 6 April 1889

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