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Pnblio Notices. J. MEECH & CO. HAVING Removed to OOLEMAN'i BUILDINGS, Tanored Street, bef to tbank their customers for their libera support, and hope by strict attention tt business to still merit a share of theii patronage. Furniture bought, sold, or exobanged BAKEB BEOS., BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS, &o. Corner Wakmul Road and Oass street, (Nxzt Cxntbal Hotkl.) Or tt Baker and Brown's Coioh Factory Havelook street. (NSZT XHX OOUBT HoTTBS.) 290 ASHBURTON PERMANENT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOOIETT. A DVANOES of £25 and upwards made Xl on Freehold Properties^ repayable by Monthly, Quarterly, or Half -yearly instalments. Legal and other Oharges on a moat moderate soaU* DEPOSITS reoeived at the following rates. At oall ... ... 4J per cent " 8 months ... 5 " " " 6 months ... 5^ " " Oral 6 months ... 6 " " All ipiormation on application to EDWABD STEPHENS, Manager Offioe Tmncred street. NEW AUTUMN AND WINTER FASHIONS S. W. A* 30 ** &O° SA7B now opened up a Choice Assortment of NEW GOODS For the Season. Hsw Jackets, New Short Dolmans, Now Ulster*, Ladies', Maids, and Children's Newest fit} las m Ladies' and Children's Hats, New french 2>ress Stuff, New Dress Tweeds, New Praihee, Feathers and Flowers, Blankets, manneis, Sheetings, 4c BIST VALUE PBOODBABLE AT S. W. ALCOBN & CO. BAST BTBBET. I*B4 P. & D. Duncan AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAKERS OfIRISTOHUROH AND ABHBURT REDUCTION IN PRIOE OF PLOUGH FROM this date the following will be the price of our ploughs .— £ s. d. Doable funow with ikeltbs ... 15 10 0 Tree furrow ... ... •»• 21 10 Disoonnt 2£ per cent for cash . < DRlLLS— Combined Manure and Seed Drills. Turnips put In with this drill are •n assured success. We are making for this sesson a New Grain Drill on the Anglo-Amerioan principle, particularly suitable tot this country. Farmers should Inspect this drill before buying elsewhere. . DIGGER PLOUGHS— We are making Improved ploughs of this desorlptlon. We also oonvert ordinary ploughs to Diggers at alow price. Fittings for Threshing Maohinei, such «s Concaves, Drums, Shaker Shafts Brasses. Made and repaired. Every kind of msohlnery repaired on the shortest notioe. J. KEIR, Manager, Willis Street, Aihburton. ZEALANDII BOOTS The Grandest Wearing Boot* Manufactured m the Colony. fTIHESE BOOTS are now being sentfo X from Victoria, Queensland, and Nev South Wales, by customers who have hat them previously m New Zealand, Borne time ago, a family who were re turning to Yorkshire were filted ouiwitl " Zealandia" Boots, by a large Etorekeepe and they wrote to say that their l( Zea landk" Boots caused a deal of dieoußeioi lathe Old Country," and they stoutlj maintained that no finer wearing boot could be made m England. Since w ting these Colonists have returned to Nev Sttland, and have informed as that thei boy wore a pair of the " DEPENDABLE' SCHOOL BOOTS while going Home ; al the time at Home ; while returning ; an< has since worn them at school (or tV< months, and the Boots are perfect ye Every other pair gave' equal satisfaction There is no greater economy than m buying " Zealandia' Boots, and remember thatnon* are genuine unless branded oj tbesole , - — "■'"/y The ealandia Boot Store runs tb Brand, and every pair is guaranteed Ha* also the largest assortment of Eng )hfr Boots at all prices. We cell et the lowett Dunedin an Chrictchurch prioes, and we are nevt tmffln. AS Goods marked m plem figures: ZEALANDIA BOOT BTOBI

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2116, 23 April 1889

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