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Wanted WANTED Known.— Orange Hall, j the usual Quadrille Assembly wilt ■ be held on Wednesday evening, 15th lnnt. Gents 2». Ladles free. Bight o'olook— J. Bcroess, MO. 5 132 \"S7ANTfD."H- & kind motherly peraon W to take charge of a little boy throe years old. — Apply at once to Mrs Hooper, Alford Forest Road, Aehburton 6 122 a TTENTION— Andbew Orb is selling ,/\ Suits, Aehburton or Kai ipoi tweed made to Order by any tailor you choose for £2 16a 6d during the Great Bale. 5 89 FOR genuine Ashtrarton Tweea Suits ready-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prlcea unequalled, go to R. Axoorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saundero' Buildings. PREHENTB. — We are giving Presents to every purchaser of 2a 6d and ■ upwards m Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &o. — jEL 0. Sbgebs, OHelford House, \\T ANTED Known. — Handsome YV Presents to every Purchaser to the value of 2s 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, -&c — H. 0. Segers, Melford Bo ise. WANTED Known — Buy your Drapery Boots, Clothing, &c, at Melford Houae. A substantial Present to every purchaser of 2s 6d and upwards. — H. 0^ Sbgers, Melford House. W"" ANTED Known. — That Mis Edwards, Tailoreas, iB prepared to make Boys' Clothing, also Cuffing, Strap ping, repairs and alterations, «fco — Miss Edwards, oorner Moore street and Belt. 11 105 PEACHES, damsons, oranges, filberts ii met, tomtit , oaoumben, apples pears, lemons, an oooannts, also first prize onions and plokllng onions. Grapes Is 6d par lb.— Mbs Adams, Saundern Bnlldlngß. 6 69 WANTED Known— That Andrew Orr'b cheap Bale of Drapery, Clothing and Boots, the Stock of J. Orb and Uo amounting to £7000, expects to close 30 June. All goods still further re duced. Ccme and have a look. — Andbew Orb. 5 88 > WANTED Known— The Great Bale of Colonial Clothing, Boota, &c. commenced 12 months ago m baunders* Buildings is still going on, and I have engaged extra Assistants so as to be able to supply Customers with less delay than formerly. — Robert Aloorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart and lea Warehouse, Saunders' Buildings. FOR SALE. AN American Organ with nice stop*, satiable for a Ohuroh or Hall. Cost £40— will be Bold cheap. Apply offiae of thli paper. 5 124 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PUBLIUAN'S UOEiSStf. J EMILY MITCHELL, of Ohertsey, liotelkeeper, do hereby give no ice that I desire .to obtain, and will at the next I Licencing Meeting .- hto be holden at Rakaia on the fourth day of June, 1869, apply, for a certificate huthorising the. issue, of a Publican's License for a faiousa situate at Cher.tsey known ai: the Ohertsey Hotel, containing seventeen rooms, exclusive of tuosc required for the usa of ihe fbinily, Dated the fourteenth day of May, 1889. 5 131 » MILY .fIITOHfeiLL. AStIBUIiTON PRESBY.IERUN GfciUROH. mHE ANNUAL TEA MEETING takes J. placa TO-NIGHT IN THE ODDFELLOWS 1 HALL. PROGRAMME : Overture, piano and organ, Misses Kidd and Orr Address Rev. A. M. Beattie Anthem, " O Praise the Lord," Choir and Ordhestra Solo, from Mendelsohn's " Elijah," Mr Kersel Address Rev. J, N. Buttle Song, "Oh Ye Tears," Miss Barratt Scena, Fair Shepherd and Harp Song, from " David"Mrs and Mr Flower Address ... ... Rev. E. A. Scott Glee, •• Hail Smiling Morn," Choir and Orchestra Solo, "David Singing to Saul" Mr Lane Spit), "Killarney," ...- Mrs Crisp Duett, *• A SaUor's Sighs," Misses Kidd and Barratt Address ..« Rev. Gordon Webster Glee, "Hark the I^rk" ... Choir and Orchestra Solo, "Fair Inez " ... ]Vii£? fc t»el Violin Solo, " Last Rose of Summer " Mr Fleming Solo, " The Last Muster " Mr MiUar Address ... ... Eev. P. J. Riddle Solo, " The Lighthouse"Mr P. Williams Anthem, " I will lift up mine eyes" Choir and Orchestra GLOBIOUS NEWS GREAT SUCCESS OF Andrew Qrr's CHEAP SAJLE OF DRAPERY, CLOTHING and BOOTS. Thd Stock purohased of J. Ork and Co. Amoantlng to £7000 ■ . . IN ORDER to clear out the Stook before the 30th of Jane and save the expenses of two establishment! I have made still FURTHER REDUCTIONS In prices. And will, durlne the next four weeks up to 10;h June, PAY THE FAKE from Mount Somer*/ Raktia and Ooaoh from Methven to all purchasers of £5 I wotth and upwards. COME EARLY AND SECURE THE BARGAINS. > i % 1 ■% ahd&jsw 099 X»

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2134, 14 May 1889

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