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Wanted J LOST a pntae containing a watoh-* e y and sum of money.— Reward ? n leaving at= «» Mall " Offioe. 5 *»*. WAJSTED a good general servant. Apply foraddreßß, Office' of this paper. 5 113 WANTED Teams for O»rting Gialn from Greeuetreet to Anhburton, Apply Robert Andersok, Greunatree". 6JBfi riT" ANTED— Evoryoue to inspect th c W display of local made furultors to' | night at Piokford & Undrill's, Tanored ! Street. 5 119 WANTED— Teams to Oort GrMu from the vlolnlty of Spoad Hlaptlp to Mr J\raeson'a store.— E. Hbrbino. 5*90 PEACHES, Q >inoen, Tomatoes aad bI lccaUy grown fruits Bath Kidney potato ae and GarHo, at C Beard, Ft u-. tare r »nd Confeotloner, Wills cireer, next Oddfellow's Hall. WANTED Known— That Andrew Obr's cheap eale of Drapery. Oloth ng and Boots, the Stook of J. Orr and Oo n mounting to £7000, expects to close 30 -sine. AHgoods still further re duced. Ocme and have a look.— Andrew Obr. 5 83 4 TTENTION— Andrew Orb is selling Suits, Aehburton or Kai'poi tweed I made to Order by any tailor you chooae i for £2 163 6d during the Great Bale 5 89^ WANTED Known. — That Mis Edwards, Tailoress, is prepared to make Boys' Clothing, also Cuffing, Strap ping, repairs and alterations, &o — Mies Edwards, oorner Moore street and Belt. 11 105 ■ /•OR genolue AshDurton Tweed Sulta Jj read/ made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prioes unequalled, go to R. Aloorn, Ashburtou Clothing Mart, Sounder*' buildings. QREHBNTS.—We are giving Presents JL to every purohaser of 2s 6d and upwards m Drapery, Boots, Olothiog, &o.— H. O. Sbgebs, 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. WA&TED Known — Buy your Drapery Boots, Clothing, &o , at Melford House. A substantial Present to every purohaser of 2s6dand upwards,— H. C Segbbs, Melford House. -HK REVD. L, M. ISITT (Christchurch) will leoture as follows:— Wesleyan Ohurob, Wij^owbv, Tuesday, May 14>h ; Wakaool, May 15th ; Aab burton, May 16tn. Bubjot—' 1 Norman Maoleod D.D. Philanthropist, Poet Author and Humorist; To oommecce a* 7.30 pm. Admission one ihllUng. 6tiO6 WANTFD Known— The Great Sal of Colonial Clothing, Boots, &c ooaimenced 12 monthß ago m bauoders Buildings is still going on, and I have engaged extra Assistants so as to be able to supply Customers with lees delay than formerly.— Robert Aloorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart and Tea Warehouse, Bannders' Bn idingß. OST — Favorite white Cat. JMuder please return to Mrs Steward, BurfoTd, East Belt. Small reward. PLANTING SEASON, 1889. I HAVE this season a very large quantity of Forest and Fruit Trooa, j Comprising Abies Dooglaslll, Meozlesli, White Spruqe, Norway Spruse, Ploae loelgnis, Liriolo, Austrlao*, Ponderosa, Macrooarp", Lawsonlina, Wellingtonla, Latch, Sliver Btrob, Oak, Laurels, Hollies, »11 kinds of Ornameatal Trees and Shrubs, etc Apples, Pe&re, Plume, Chßrrlea, Gtoaeberries, Currants aod Oahbage Plants, eto ,of all kinds. lam prepared as uaa*i, to Plant by Oontraot and replace for twelve months at lowest rates. Mao?oca<-pa Fences planted cheap, as 1 hs^e a very lars;e etock In»peoiiua in-. vitvd P' { ° c l * Bt on app'lltiaUtir.-j! All orders careful and seourdy packed and delivered at KailwajT atfl'lon for which ni> ohargo ib made. N.8.-^te theaddrees. JAMES POHX"?: Nurseryman, Clifton Nursery, AhtntoD, Ashburion. OIRCULATING LIBRARY .4 1ST ILL be opened shortly, containing W upwards of iOOO VOLUMES By Standard and Popular Authors,. SPECIALLY SELECTED AND IMPORTED for the above Further particulars m future advertlsm6Qt ' F. M, JONES. 4 130 GLOBIOUS NEWS GREAT SUCCESS OF Andrew Orr's CHE4P SALE OF DRAPERY, CLOTHING ahd' BOOTS'. The Stock poron^" B * °* J « ° RB and Oo « Amounting to • i' oo IN ORDER to dear out' the Stook before the 30 ch of June and save tbe expenses of two establishments I have made still FURTHER REDUCTIONS m prices. ' And will, daring tbe next fou> weeks np to Hhh June, PAT THE FABE from Mount Sooaerc, Rak»ia and Ouao^ from Methven to ail purchasers of £5 worth and upwards. COME EARLY AND SECURE THE BARGAINS. E 1 D O

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2132, 11 May 1889, Incorrect date

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