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ft-j TO i}A -PER d»y to oe made b] VJL dbtc person* of either lex, it heir own localities, at work for us. Nef boaineU. All meet with wonderful suoeif. Anyone ban do tbe work. Oapita not required. We will start yon. Oatfi worth £1 mailed free. The employment b particularly sdapted to the region ti which this publication droulatei. Boyi arid' girls earn nearly a. much as men, Ftrfl pirttoulart and Inßtruottoni mailed free. Now is the time—don't deUy^' bai write to us at ones. Address Btlnion and Co., Portland, Maine, Orilted States. IQftc tUBNITURB FDBNITJJBE !! UPHOLSTEBtJ . . DPBotBTERY I BEDDI]N# ', BEDDINOI! aOILETWABE! TOILBTWABH Pickford & Undri)) ... vl p' •■■■■• " ■ ■ ■■ ■ ••!..' XX AYE In Btoqk and for Sale at very |fX reasonable rates, every description of Household furnishings. " A Large and Varied Stock to select from* ggr Note the Addbsss — Ashbnrton Fnrnitnre Warehouse TANCEED STEEET, ■ (Opposi Aroade.) JAMES HESELTINE, SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, *"' ' BURNETSt: (Nbzt Scott's Stables), AND AT TINWALD. TTTJSHES to acquaint the farmers and Jjf; horse-owners of the Ashburton Opunty, that having imported a. large stock of materials, ha ia how prepared to supply them with HORBE COTERB of stfpwor make and quality at very reaaon-. «bi# prloe/f of the oomirig season. Quota. iloßt on application. &AJ)DLEEY AND HARNESS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS IN STOCK. 3*14 £20 KEWAKD Will be paid to the Sheepowner who can prove that Brooke's PERFECT SHEEP DIP Is not Superior to COOPER'S OB LITTLE'S SHEEP DIP "TTTHY Then send money out of the W country when you have poiitlvely A BETTER DIP made In your own district? As I am my own agent In Ashburton, I Intend giving Sheepowners the benefit •not wIH supply fo Customers In the Ash beutbrv County ; only at 60s petf case emptlet to he returned. At thli price it Is considerably oheaper than Oooper'i, and also oheaper than Little's when that Dip Ii osed 1 to 80. OHEBTSBY SALEYABDS DIP. BKOOftBTS "Perfect" Sheep Dip will be used this season. ' •Cdmmer/cS dipping 10th April. Pttoe : One Penny per head up to 30th April, after then] $d. Entries to be made with John TeompUOH, Ohertaey. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY CM. BEOOKE, ASHBUBTON. ZIiMDIA BOOTS TBie' Grandjßst Wearing Boots ifoiraf dcitiir ed m tlie Colont. THEBE BOOTS are now being sent for from Victoria, Queensland, end New South Wales, by customer* who have had them previously m New Zealand. Some time ago, a family who were returning to Yorkshire were fitted oucwiti 11 Zealandia" Boots, by a large Ftorekeopei and'they wrote to »ay tbat their " Zealaifdia'' Foots caused a deal of discussion iira* ;O!d Country," and they stoutly tfHßaliined that no finer weanng boott tm&i^be made m England. Since w ting, these Colonists have returned to New Zealand, and have informed us that theii bpJtFore a pairjof the 'VDICPENDABLE" BOT©9L C BODTS while going Home ; al] S^ m # $ Ho > nic ». wh >le returning ; and Wvtf&P lhem *t "cfibol for twi ttontbs, and the Boot! are perfect yei EveW btheT pair equal SaHsfrictkra Th^rels iio greater economy than m Buying. " Zealandia J! BflQtfl, and remember that none a» jgfenTaine tinless branded or HJeeole . _ . ~ ■ y* ■ .The ealandia Boot Store tuns tbii Brjua4, and every pair ie guaranteed r Has also the largest assortment of EngMsh:B6ote at all prices. .SW«I sell' Bt- the loweit Dunedin am Cttrfeechurcb prices, and we are neve Utofoft-il\>.<- •'■;:■■ I" - . •: > ■<• ■■ ■ J^M f Goods marked fn plain ; figures. POOl" STORE f- A^gBUISPQH

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2122, 30 April 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2122, 30 April 1889

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