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Wanted ; I \,\TANTED-B >y for Camp.— Apply VV MeR. Aicorn. 4 216 ANTED a boy that can Mlik and Conk for two men. Apply W, O. Datis, East, Sr?eet 4 225 TT/ ANTED— Teams for Oartlng gr»ln YV Apply J. R. Liddlb, Liemore, Hinds, 4 215 WANT£I> smart yonth to drive a apriDg cart. — Apply John Obb and 00. 4J223 ANTED a Man to make himsalf useful about Hotel. Apply to Office of this paper. 4 196 WANTED Housemaid for short time. Apply Mrs Max Fkibdlandbe Kolmar, Moore street. 4 20 WANTED— Comfortable Lodging; m private family preferred. — Apply B,U D,, oare *' Gturdian " C'ffi je. 4 224 TTTANTED TENDERS for GrabbiDg W about 60 Chains Gorae. Work to, be done oan be Been by applying to Williim Aitksn, Wiliowby 4t171 WANTED KMOWN ? — Ahdruw Ore is selling the Drapery Stook of Messrs J Orr and Co. at about half the usual proes. "TITANTED a thoroughly good Violinist W to travel, one who is also a good Vocalist preferred. Terms liberal. Apply Somerset Hotel, Saturday, 4th May, between 2 and s. —Andrew JftTBvES. 4*221 I/OK genuine Ashburton Tweed Suits ■Jj read j -made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices unequalled, go to R. AiooßN, Ashburton Clothing Mart, SaunderV Buildings, ANTED KNOWN,— That Andbew Orr is Belling Ladies' Silk Biding ' Hats at 3a lid, ueual price 12s 6d. OBEBBNTB.— We are giving Presents XT every purohaser of 2s 6d and upwards m Drapery, Boots, Clothing, fie— H. O. Seobbs, Melford House. WANTED Known. — Handsome Presents to every Purchaser to the value of 2s 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &c, — H. O. Segers, Melford Honse. ANTED KNOWN.—That Ladies' and Children's Underclothing is being almost given away at A- Obr's Gigantio Sale. WANTED Known — Buy yonr Drapery Boots, Clothing, &0., at Melford House. A substantial Present to every purchaser of 2s6dand upwards. — H. C. tiKGBRS, Melford House. WANTED KNOWN,— That Carpets. Floor Cloths, Linoleum, all widthß, are being cold very cheap at: the Great Sale of J. Orb and Co. 'a btock, — Amdbbw Obk. PEACHES, damsons, oranges, filberts lime*, toma-oes, oucnmbera, applet, peBN, Umons, and ooooannts, also first prls^ onions »nd plokllng onions. Grapes 1b 6d per lb. — Mrs ADAMS, Saandere Balldlngs. 6 69 WANTKD Known. — That Mis Edwards, Tailoresß, is prepared to make Boys' Clothing, also Cuffing, Strap ping, repairs and alterations, <fee — Miss Edwards, oorner Moore street and Belt. 11 105 ~\\r ANTED KNOWN— That I have W purchased a lot of Asbburton Blankets at a Great Reduction on account of being made an unusual size. Will be cold cheap —A. Orb, WANTED Known— The Great Sal of Colonial Clothing, Boots, &o. commenced 12 months ago m fcaundorB 1 Buildings is still going on, and I have engaged extra Assistants so as to be able to eupply Customers with lees delay than formerly. — Robert Alookn, Aehburton Clothing Mart and Tea Warehouse, Sanndera' Bu ldingg. Pablic Notices. LOST between the Courthouse and the Drill Shed a Buncn of Keys. Finder rewarded oa returning same to Office of this paper! 4*217 TBEES. TEEES! I BEG to thanfc &7 Friends and the Public for iheir "enerous support during the last 14 years, and t? intimate that I have ready for this sea!" 11 * 8 planting the Largest and Best Stock of Trees of all kinds ever offered m this District, including, — 30,000 APPLE TREES 6,000" CEERUY TREES 4,000 PEAR TREES 3.000 PLDM TREES 3,000 PEACH TBEEB £00 APRICOT TREES 9,000 WALNUT TBEES — Also — Nectarines i Quinces, Filberts, Gooseberries, Onrranta, &c, m great variety, and an innumerable quantity of Forest T^ees of all kinds suitable for Timber, ghelte?- and Shade, ac well aB Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Hedge Plants, and Roses m endless variety. Everyth : ng worth planting, from the Scotch Heather to tho giants of the Forest. To assist Customers m making their selection samples of more than 50 sorts of , keeping App'.es may be seen at the Shop i of Messes J. Sbaly and Co , East street, , where orders will be received, i Catalogues forwarded to any address on • application, ' ' THOS. SEVLY, ( The Nurseries, Ashhurton, j 43:177 South End of Traffic Bridge. . < Be RUSSELL'S j BANKRUPT STOCK. 1 t F7IORTHER oonce^loos having been \ Jj made by the Official' Assignee tlnot J aooeptlDg oar tender of { lla 4d IN THE £, J We are now enabled to sell the goods ftt j the price at which wo ocigioaliy bought, t' "*" ai 3 4 D _™ the £ ° i SALE COMMENCES » FRIDAY S n n We wlnh Jt distinctly understood that ll I Mr Russell haa No Oonneckion whatever with This «ala, nor will ha be on the j 1 | ■ O . n NX TWEED CO. I

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2121, 29 April 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2121, 29 April 1889

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