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Wanted WANTED a strong lad or man to attend to horaea. — Apply Max r RIBDIAISBRR 4 145 _ OH ANTED— Married Couple, the man W must be acoaatomed to all kinds »f Farm work, tho wife to Cook. Apply 1.0. Post Office, ABhburton. 4*138 PEACHES, Q Jlnoes, Tomatoea and al locally grown fruits. Bath Kidney jolatoeeaudGarlio, at C Beard, Fruiterer tnd Confectioner, Wills street, next Oddeliow'a Hall. PEACHES, damsons, oranges, filberts limes, tomatoes, encumbers, apples, )eera, 1, mons, and coooanuts, also first >r'z) onions and pickling onions. Grapes .» 61 per lb. — Mrs Adams, Saunders Buildings. 6 69 WANTSD Ku)wo. — That Mis Edwards, Tailoreas, is prepared to Bake Boys' Clothing, ulbo Cuffing., Strapping, repairs and alterations, oxc— Miss _dwards, oorner Moore Btreet and Beit. 11 105 FOR genuine Ashourton Tweea Suits read/ -made, or to meaaure, fit and iniilty guaranteed, and at prices no.^.ulled, go to K. Aloorn, Ashburton Ulothlng Mart, Saunders' Buildings. WASTED Known — Buy your Drapery Boots, Clothing, &c, at Melford Houae. A substantial Present to every purchaser of 2s 6d and H. O. Beqers, Melford House. WANTED Known. — Handsome Presents to every Purchaaer to the value of 2s 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &c— H. C. Sbqbrs, Melford Honse. WANTED Known— The Great Sale of Colonial. Clothing, Boots, &c, commenced 12 months ago m Saunders' Buildings is still going on, and I have engaged extra Assistants so as to be able to supply Customers with lobs delay tbau foimerly, — Robert Alcorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart and Tea Warehouse, Saunders' Buldings.- -■ —l — —.M^ — — — —i^ FOR SALE ST BERNARD DOG, 18 months old. Well bred, handaome, good tempered, Box 263, P. 0., Ohrlatohuroh. 4 139 Coursing. QWEEPBTAKE3 for all ages and Popples, Lagmhor, FRIDAY, April 19. Meet at Scott's Tlnwald Hotel, at 8.30 a.m. 4t136 jya BS3RS Yjp-ILDING J^. X EWIS SOLICITORS AND NOTABLES PUBLIC Burnett strkbt ASHBURTON. HR CHARLES BRADDELL has entered our Office as Managing Olerk m plaea of Mr Clayton, who is leaving the Datdct. Mr ' Braddell will be m daily communication with our Head Office m Ohristchurch, and will receive Instructions from Clients. MR WILDING will visit Ashburton every Thursday end on all Court day a. 4f3l />|HABLES ORADDELL ESTATE, HOUSE, UND 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 Offices removed to Messrs Wilding and Lewis's Buildings, next *' Mail" office, 2*Bl Monster Bazaar. THE ANNUAL BAZAAR v> Sale of Work In oonneotion with the Parochial • District of Longbeaoh, In aid of the Churoh Funds, will be held m tbe TEMPLAR HALL, TINWALD, OK EASTER MONDAY, 22nd April, 1889. Baziar opens at 11 B. mi Luncheon provided on a liberal scale at a very moderate charge. Any contributions of produce or live stock may be left at Mr Clark's Stores, and they will be thankfully acknowledged. Admission 6d ; Children half-price. 3t182 £20 REWARD Will be psld to the Sbeepowner who can prove that Brooke's PERFECT SHEEP DIP Is not Superior to COOPER'S OR LITTLE'S SHEEP DIP WHY Then send money out of the country when you have positively A BETTER DIP made m your own districtAs I am my own agent In Ashburton, I Intend giving Sheepowners the benefit and will supply to Cuatomers m the Ash burton County only at 60s per caas emptlea to be returned. At this price It Is considerably cheaper than Cooper's, and also obeapar than Little's when tbat Dip is oaed 1 to 80. OHERTSEY BALEYARDS DIP. BROOKE'S "Perfect" Sheep Dip will be used this season. Commence dipping 10th April. Price : One Penny por head up to 30th April, after then l£d. Entries to be made with John Thompson, Chertsey. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY C. M. BROOKE, ASHBURTON. PLANTING SEASON, 1889. THAVE this eeafion a vory large ' quantity of Foreat and Fruit Treea, Comprising Abiea DouglaelH, Mei-zieeU, White Sprnoo, Norway Sptuce, Pinaa Insignia, Lirlclo, Auatrlsc*, Ponderoaa, Macrooarps, Lnwaonlaoa, Wellington^, LAroh, Silver Blrcb, Oak, Laurela, Hollies, all k|uf a of Ornameatal Trees and Shrubs, etc. Appl^, Peaw, Plomr, Cherries, Gooaoberrioß, 4}?rr»nts and Cabbage Plants, eto ,of all ktnd^. Jam prepared, as usual, to Plant by Contr_c*£ spd replace for twelve months at lowest rates. Maoroca*pa Fences planted cheap, as I hare a very larije stock. Inspection iavlted. Prise list on application; All orders carefully and securely packed and delivered at Railway s'atlon for wbioh no oharge la made^ N.B.— Note the addrees. JAMES PORTER, Naneryman, Clifton Nuraory, 4 81 Mloatoa, Aihpurtop,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2113, 18 April 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2113, 18 April 1889

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