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Wanted I "TTTANTED.— Teams for Carting 4000 V V bushels Grain from the Terraces ■'. to Methven. Apply to H, Robbndalb. i 5 2 |

WANTED.— A Young Man to mike himself useful In Garden. — Apply Mrs Jambs, Hampstead. 6 3 WANTED— Tonders for deepening drains. Apply H. H. Wright, Winder mere, 4 236 WANTED smart youth to drive a ■priDg oart. — Apply JoHiN Oricl AND Co. 4J223

WANTED KNOWN,— AKDUaw Orr h selling tho Drapery Stock of Mobbm J. Orr and Co. at about half tho usual pr cos.

WANTED— 50 Couples to attend the Dancing OUsa m the Orange Hall TO-NIGHT at 8 o'clook sharp GeutlemeD, 2 . ; ladies fcue. J. Burgess. MO. 5 1U

i* Oil genuine Aahourton Twoea Suits r ready-m do, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices un* oq u&Hed, go to ><•. Aloobn, ABbburtoo .ijthiiig Mart, b -under*' Jbuildluga,

WANTED KNOWN,— That Andrew Orr is selling Ladies' Bilk hiding Hats at 3* lid, usual price 12s 6d.

PRESENTS.— We are giving Presents to every purohaser of 2s 6d and upwards in Drapery, Boots, OiothiDg, &o. — H. 0. Sbqbbs, Melford House.

WANTED Known. — Handsome Presents to every Purohaser to the value of 2s 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, OiothiDg, &u — H. 0. Sbgers, Melford House.

WANTED Ktf OWN,— That Ladies' and Children's Underolothiag is being almost given away at A, Obr's Gigantic Sale.

WAftTfeD Known — Buy yonr Drapery Boota, Clothing, &c, at Melford House. A substantial Present to every purchaser of 2s6dand upwards.— H. O Bbgkbs, Melford House.

WANTED KNOWN,— That Carpets. Floor Cloths, Linoleum, all widths, are being sold very oheap at the Great Sale of J. Obb and Co. 'b btook. — Andbbw Obb.

"Tl r&NTED KNOWN— That I have VV purchased a lot of Ashburton Blankets at a Great Reduction on account of being made an nnasual Bize. Will be Bold cheap. —A. Obb,

PEACHES, damsons, oranges, filberts limes, tomatoes, ouonmberi, apples, pears, lemons, and ooooannts, also first priz? onions and pickling onlone. Grapes Is 6d per lb. — Mas Adams, Sannders Bnlldbgs. . 6 69

WANTED Known. — That Mis Edwabds, Tailoreas, is prepared to make Boys' Clothing, also Luffing, Strap ping, repairs and alterations, &o— Miss JSdwabds. oorner Moore street and Belt. . 11 105

WAJNTFD Known— The Great tial of Colonial Clothing, Boots, &o commenced 12 months ago in Saunders Buildings is stall going on, and I have engaged extra Assistants so as to be able to supply Customers with less delay than formerly,— -Robert Aloobn, Ashburton Clothing Mart and Tea Warehouse, Saunders' Bu ldingg.

Public Notices. .yiJiSSRS TTf ILDING o J.^ 1 SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC Burnett Street ASHBUIiTON. MR CHARLES BRADDBLL has entered one Office cs Managing Olerk in plaos of MR Clayton, who is leaving the D strict. Mr Braddell wilt bo in daily communication with oar Head Office in Cbristchurch, and will j^neiye infltractions from Clients. MR WILDi" 1^ . w^' vifl fr Aehburton every Thureday nnd on au 9°™* dft y B - 4 fBl pHABLES DBADDSI'L ESTATE, HOUSE, L^ND AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. Licensed Land Broker, and Sworn Valuator under the '• Land Transfer Act, 1885 ' Agent for the National Firo Insurance Company, Rents and debts collected. Several Farms and Houses for Sale or to Let. Offioes removed to Messrs Wilding and Lewis's Buildings, next " Mail" office, 2*Bl CIRCULATING LIBR A.BY WILL be opened ihortly, containing upwards of 10(30 VOLUMES By Standard and Po?ol« Author*, SPECIALLY SELECTED AND IMPORTED for the above Further particular* In future advertlnment. F. U. JONES. 4 130 .tank de Paris. Will be open on AND SATURDAY As Usual, Praotloe for the coming CHAMPIONSHIP Morning Sessions (Ladies only) 10 to 12, Admission Free ; Bkatei, 6d. Afternoon, 230 to 4.30. Evening, 7*30 to 10. 3*76 B, ELBTON, Manager.

LONGBEAOH ROAD BOABD. mENDERS are Invited for the following JL works : — Widening Drain* and Shingling Water ton New Road, about 70 chains Taking up culvert, making Ford ; ana deepening drain on -«»me Jio&d b * cleaning Sloddart'a YVidomng an%- - MoLennan'a Greek, below Road, about 10 clmina Making Drain, ft';<.|.si>in«lj D £ crown part of OhutnioBß Roud. Spec-fioatitins mt»y be hoou »t onr office where tenders must h» delivered before 11 tt.na, on \ RID AY, May 9th, 1889 0. K. FOOKS & SON, ♦ t23i DJBtriot Burv»yori, '

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2123, 1 May 1889

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