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Wanted a PPBENTIOES WANTED to the /\. Dressmaking. Apply to Mrs Mbboh. Co'.eman's Buildings, lanored Streel. 4J>7 REBENTB.— We aro giving Presents to every purchaser of 2s 6(i and upwards m Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &c— H 0. Seobbs, Melford House. |">EAOUES, d»aiBODB, oranges, filberts J_ limes, tomatoes, oacumberi, apples, piK-ra, Unions, and coooannts, also first prJza onions and pickling onions. Grapes Is 6d per lb.— Mbs Adams, Saundorp Baildlngs. 6 69 WAITED Known. — That Mis i Edwabds, Tailoreas, is prepared to | make Boy a' Clothing, J<leo Cuffing, Strap ping, repairs and alterations, &c — Miss Edwards, corner Moore Btreefc and Belt. 11 105 BO it genuine AohourUm Tweea Suits read <■ Bjade 3 or to raeaenre, 6t and quft'.ity guaranteed, and at prices nneqonHad, go to R. Aloorn, Ashburton Cloth'ng Mart, Sounders' Hnlldinpa. TT7AISTED Known— Bay yonr Drapery YV Boote, ' iothipg, &a, at Molford House. A substantial Present to every purchaser of 2e 6d and upwards.— H. 0 BEQEBB, Melford House. WANTED Known. — Handsome Presents to every Purchaser to the value of 2a 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &a— H. 0. Beckes, Melford Bonse. WANTED Known— The Great Sale of Colonial Clothing, Boots, &o , commenced 12 months ago m founders' Buildings is still going on, and I have engaged extra Assistants so as to be able to supply Customers with lees delay than formerly.— Robert Aloorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart and Tea Warehouse, Sounders' Bu ldinga. MOUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD. "VTOTIOE is hereby given that the J3J Sawmill Road is oloaed for traffis daring the construction of an opao croßilng, In plieo of the bridge on that B. B. OOOPEB, Overseer. April Bth, 1889. 4 69 ME S. B. SEYMOUE, QURGEON-DENTIST will VISIT ABHBURTON TUEBDAY, APRIL 16th, 1889, And may he consulted at Mr Cambridge, Chemist, until 4p.ro, • NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. GERALDINE RACES AT OBARI lliH AND 12th APRIL. ri ATURDAY Return Tiokets to Orari, j^ available for retarn till 15th April, will be ismed on the 10th »nd 11th April, and for first train 12tb, at Ohristohurob, Timaru, and intermediate stations. On the 12th the Evening Train from Timaru to Orari will run through to Aehbnrton, arriving at 8.20 p.m. It wiU be due from Orari at 6.47 p.m , and will stop where required. 4J39 BY ORDER. jyESBBS TyyiLDDSQ fe J^BWIS SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC Btiknbtt Btrbbt ABBBU RTON. MR CHARLES BBADDELL taß entered onr Office as Managing Clerk m placa ol MR Clattoh, who ia Jeaving the District. Mr Braddcll will be m dally communication with oar Head Office m Obristchureb, and will receive instructions from Clients. \ MR WILDING- will visit Aahburton every Thursday and on all Court days. 4f3* , rjHABLES nBADDELL ESTATE, HOUSE, L4ND AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. Licensed Land Broker, and Sworn Valuator under the "Land Transfer Act, 1885.' Agent for the National Fire Insurance Company. Rents »nd debts collected. Several Farms and Houses for Sale or to Let. Offioeß removed to Messrß Wildmg and Lewis's Buildings, next " Mail" office, 2*Bl ~\\7"HY go m for Slops when you cfto VV get for the same price a first class Suit made to measure. WM. SPARROW TAILOR AND MEN'S MERCER Has engaged one of the Best Cotters m New Zealand, BUITS TO ORDER made on the premises. Fit and Wqbkmanbhip Quabantbbd. A Large Assortment of TWJSEDS atd COATINGS. Ad immense variety of Qentleraen'o Shirts, Hats, Gloves, Scarves, Braces, &o. Waterproofs, Overcoats, Bugs, Pot tmanteaus . Gents' own material made up, &nd Repairs executed promptly. Wm, Sparrow BAST STREET * Next Bank of New Zealand, 4 14 Be RUSSELL'S BANKRUPT STOCK. FURTHER concessions having been mtde by the Cffiolal Assignee alnoe aooeptlDg oar tender of lit 41 IN THE £, We are now enabled to sell the goods at the prloe at whloh we originally bought, 11 s 4 D INTHB £ SALE COMMENCES FRIDAY We wUh it distinctly understood that Mr Rusbell has No Connection whatever with This Sale, nor will he be on the premises. N.Z. TWEED CO. mi

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 11 April 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2104, 11 April 1889

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