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NEW AUTUMN AND WINTER FASHIONS S. W. A^ OEN &O° BATS now opened up a Choioa Assortment of HBWBOODB For th« Season. Hew Jackets, New Short Dolmans, New tJlstexs, ladtos», Maids, and Children's ftewert Btjles m Ladies* and Children's Hats, New French l>re» Stuff, New Dress Tweeds, New Plushes, Feathers and Flowers, Blanket?, Flannels, Sheetings, «fee BEST TALUS PROCURABLE j AT S. W. ALCOBN & CO. BAST BTBBBT. 4*84 FURNITURE PUPNITUBB ! ! UPHOLBTEBY! UPHOLSTERY ! BEDDING BEDDING ! ! 10ILRTWARE! TOILETWARE Kckford & UndriW HAVE m Stock and for Sale at very "reasonable rates, every description of Household furnishings. A Large and Varied Stock to select from* (9* Note the Addbbss — Isbburton Furniture Warehouse TANCBED STBEET, (Opposi Arcade.) J. C. B " "° A " LIOENBEDLAND BBOKEB, GENERAL AGENT asd ACCOUNTANT, AbCADE, ASHBUBTON. Licensed to prepare Transfers, Mortgages, Leases and every other other description of Documents nnder "The 'Land Transfer Act." Loans negotiated. Honey invested. Agent for The Australian Mutual ProTtdent Society, the Largest Life Insurance Society m the British Bmpire. its unparalleled success being the wonder of the world! Anyone who has hitherto neglected this duty of life should interview me at onoe. J. C. DUNCAN. The Victoria Insurance Company LIMITED. FIBJBS, MARINE, AND FIDELITY GUARANTEE. Established 1849. CAPITAL ... ~... £1,000,000. 'Stack and Thresher Bisks acoepted at Lowest Current Bates. T~O. DUNCAN, Acent for Ashburton and District 3586 P. & D. Duncan AGBIOULTUBAL IMPLEMENT MAEEBS OHBISTOHUBOH AND ABBBURT BEDUOTION IN EBIOB OF PLOUGH T7IROM this date the following wUI be -fj . . ; : the price of our ploughs : — £ ■. d. Double farrow with skeltbi ... 15 10 0 - Tree furrow. 21 10 Discount 2$ per oent for cash. DBDLLS— Combined Manure and Seed , Drills. Turnips put In with this drill are an assured success. We are making for ibis, season a New Grain Drill on the : Anglo-American principle, particularly i. soitablefottUs country. Farmers should j inspect this drill before buying elsewhere. DIGGER BLOUGHB— We are making ; ■■-■ Improved ploughs of this description. We also convert ordinary ploughs to Diggers atalowprtce. Sittings for Threshing Machines, suoh -a* Ooneaves, Drums, Shaker Shafts Brasses. Made and repaired. Every kind of machinery repaired on **• shortest notice. J. KEIR, Manager, Willis Street, Ashburton. IMPOBIAHT SEDUCTION IN PRICES OF KEID& GRAY'S Two and Tluwtoroi Plongbs. *y>LBASB ITOTB that from date hereof our i. -Mf, DOUBLE and TBBBL^ PIJBftOW . FLOtteHB will be ONB FOUND LESS than Catalogue Eriots .and observe that BAILAGB IS PAID BY US To aay Station on the Hnronui-Btaff or oainline of railway ; or FREIGHT IB PAID BY US To any main port of New Zodand, as per Catalogue. BBID AND GBAT were awarded FD&6T OF MBBIT AND 6.PBOIAL ; HE9TION by the Jurors at the recent jjettonrne Exhibition: and at that of 1880- --' 81, BBID AND GRAY net only won the only Gold Medal for Doable-farrow Ploughs * awarded to New Zealand, bat from amongst all the Ploughs m the Exhibition, from the fcading English, A^r^r*", ana Colonial nakerß, their Plough so excited the admiration of the Jnrora that it was Bingled oat for Srecisl Commendatory Beferenoe m their official report, a* follows: — "In Plorigba, there is one exhibit to wheh «c wißh to draw •pedal attention, as being the best, and that lithe Double Farrow of BBID AND GRAY, of Duredin, New Zealand. In finish and construction it is far superior to any other."— *. Jurors' Keport.pa^ DmiftdlD, 18th March, 1999. -SELD AKD GEAY ABB THE LABGEST MAEEBB OF Iron Fencing Standards, Which they cat and punch to any size and ■ -soaad from the Beet Quality Standard Iron. . • jEo&ifsrior inn kept* Kett weight delivered, s charged. Get Quotatfosi frost Dunedin or any ot our BjaacbtJ,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 10 April 1889

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