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Wanted "TV/ ANTED. — Good Bound seo<ndVV hand Gornuacks.— John G. Rks.tell. ' 4^7 WANTED a B^>y at once to work at a Threshing Machine. Apply R. Msaolbm, next Convent, Hampst ad. 4 61 WANTED 'a slaughterman. Apo y W. H. Bulb and Uo. 4t">6 j — i ~VT7 ANTED— at orioe a General Se^VV v-kot.— A^ply Mrs Sparbow, Cameron street, West. 4 55 "T\/"ANTF.D— Waabing or Ofaarlng by VY » rtjßpeotßble woman. Tcrmi very reasonable. Apply for eddreei, This Offi^n. 4 52 f jIAILORS Wanted at onoa, 3 F-rst JL 01 aas Hinds. Apply to VV. Fpabbcw, East street. 4 54 PEAOBKS. Quinces, Tomatoes nr.d al loonlly grown frolte BatbKkney potatoeaacd G»rlio. at C Bsabd, Fm'terei acd Confectioner, Wlili street, next Odd fellow's Hall. KKSi^NTB.— We are giving Preseutb to erery purchaser of 2s 6d and upwards m Drapers, Boots, Clothing, &o. — H. 0. Sxgsbs, ■ elford House. WANTED Known. — Handsome Presents to every Purobaser to the value of 2a 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Olo thing, &c — H. 0. Beger3, Melford House. FOR genotne Ashburton. Tweed Suits reedy-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices an-equa-led, go to R. Axcobn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, S»unders' Buildings. "ITTANTED Known—Buy your Drapery VV Boots, Clothing, &c, at Melford House. A substantial Present to every purchaser of 2s 6d and upwards.—- H. C Beqebs, Melford House. PEAOBES, damsons, oranges, filberts lime*, tomatoes, oaoumberi, apples, pesra, lemons, and ooooanuts, also first prte"» onions and pioklmg onions. Grapes Is6d per lb.— Mks Adams, S»underg Bnildlngs. 6 69 TT7" ANTED Known. — That Mis V V Edwabds, Tailqres»,-iB prepared to make Boys' Clothing, also Cuffing, Strapping, repairs and alterations, Ac —Miss JSdwabds, ooroer Moore street and Belt. 11 105 WANTED Known—The Great Bale of Colonial Clothing, Boots, &c , ooirmeneed 12 months ago m Saunders' Buildings is still going on, and I have engaged extra Assistants so as to be ahlp to supply Customers with leeo delay than formerly.— Bobebt Aloobn, Ashburton Clothing Mart and Tea Warehouse, Seunders' Bu ldings. NEW ZEALAND GERALDINE RACE 3AT OBABI 111 H AND 12th APBIL. CJ ATURDAY Beturn Tickets to Orari, J7) available for retarn till 15th April, be isMied oa the 10th and 11th April, and for first train 'l2tb, at Chris tchureb, Timaru, and intermediate etations. On the 12th the Evening Train from Timaru to Orari will run through to Ashburton, arriving at 8.20 p.m. It wi'l be due from Orari at 647 p.m , and is ill stop where required. 4J39 . BY ORDER | DOKT READ THIS and then forget It, but remembet rvBUIDS 1 A NNJVERSARYnOOIAL IN THE -. lODDFELLOW HALL FPIDAY, APRIL 12, 1889. I REFRESHMENTS FREE. Dancing at 8 o'clock sharp. Doable t'okels 3s GJ, Single L 61 Children 61. ' 4*14 . ODDFELLOWS' HALL NE NIGHT ONLY WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 CRAWFORD -HUNTER PARTY CRAWFORD-HUNTER PARTY CRAWFORD-HUNTER PARTY Unrivalled Scottish Vocalists and Enter* tainera Admission— 3d, 2«i and Is Doora open at 7.30 to oomqjoDpe at 8. 4 48 NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory. Hallensteia Bros. & Coy. CLOTHIERS, OUTFITTERS, TAILORS HATTERS, and GENTLEMEN'S MERCERS. AUTUMN liro WINTEE SEASON, 1889. Men's and Boys' CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, and WATERPROOFS direct from the Factory to the people, | HIGHESTQUALITY, GREATEST DURABILITY. Suit* to Measure ,„ „, £2 16s Trousers to Measure ... 16s 9d 500 Patterns In TWEEDS AND CO&.TING3 to select from. PERFECT FIT amd WOBKMANBHIP GUARANTIED. New Sbirtp, New Underclothing, Now Ties, New Hats, (Our own make), New Collars, &c. EVERYTHING NEW and of tho LATEST FASHIONS. FOSTER COLOaTaL INDUSTRY AND BOY FaOM THK .NEW ZEALAND Oothing Factory. W* H. WEBDER, Maooger,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2103, 8 April 1889

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