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Wanted I YTT ANTED at onoe a good General VV Servant. Apply at onee to Mss Davis, Royal Hotel 5 230 WANTED.— Gentleman boarders, in private family — Apply, Mbs Wallaob, Cameron Streeet, opposite Wealeyau Obapel. 6 9 TTTANTED Tenders for cutting, burnW lag, and grubbing gorse. Will be received at " Mall " Offioe till THURBDAY Next, 1 p.m.. Apply J. Bonifaut, Wakanul. 6 12 WANTED Known.— That I have removed to more centrally situated Premleea next Meem W . Zander and J. Purchase, East street.— J. W. Habdlby, Plumber, Gasfitter, and Tinsmith. 51198 WANTED Known. — Handsome Presents to every Parohaaer to the value of 2s 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &C.—-H. C. Sigebs, Melford Honse. FOR genuine Aohourton Tweea Suits ready-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prloes unequalled, go to R. Aloobw, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saundera' Buildings, T>REBENTB.— We are giving Presents 11 to every purohaser of 2s 6d and upwards in Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &o. — H. 0. Seobbs, Melford House. WANTED Known— Buy your Drapery Boots, Clothing, *c, at Melford House. A substantial Present to every purohaser of 2s 6d and upwards,— H. 0. Ssqbbs, Melford House.; WANTED Known. — That Mise ! Bdwabds, Tailoress, is prepared to make Boys' Clothing, also Cuffing, Strapping, repairs and alterations, &o\— Miss Edwabdb, oorner Moore street and Belt. 11 105 y^REAT parehaie by Robert Alaorn \JC from the Liquidator of the Ashbnrton Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, Flannels, Rugs, ShirtIngs, and Ladies' Dress Tweeds. Sale now on at the Ashburton Clothing Mart Saunderi' Buildings. T>EAD THIS— New Fanoy Goods ; Ark JLti Needlework requisites ; Toys, Stationery, Tobacoonlst • goods j Madame Welgel's Patterns; Agent for Eolipse Dye-works ; Registry Offioe for Seivants ; Tea and Coffee at a minute's notloe. — Mbs Adams, Saundera 1 Buildings, opposite Railway Station. Public Notices. . J. MEECH & CO. CABINETMAKERS , AND < UPHOLS2EJRS. fTIURNITURE Bought, Sold, or EzJj ohanged* OLEMAN'S BUILDINGS. TANORED STREET, ASHBURTON. SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC BTtRHBTT BTBBIT ASHBUBTON. MR CHARLES BRADDELL has entered oar Offioe as Managing Olerk In plaos of Mr Olattok, who is leaving the District. Mi Braddell wilt be in dally communication with oar He«4 Office in Onristcharch, and wil) receive instructions from Clients. MR WILDING- will visit Ashburton every Thursday ond on all Court days. 4f31 — -* /CIRCULATING LIBRARY, NOW \j OPBN, containing Works of His* tory, Biography Travel, Adventure, fcolence and Flotlon by Humorous and popular Authors. The Library contains a variety of Literature from Grlm's Fanoy • Tales, Jales Verne's, and R. M, Ballantyne's Works for the young, to Joseph Cook's, Famous Leotures, Maoaulay Essays and Works of Hume, Smltb, de Qalnoey and othen. Subscription— Monthly, Is 6J ; quarterly, 3s 6d ; half-yearly, 6j j pe» annum, lOi 61. The payment of sub•crlptlon and a half, entitles a Subiorlber to take out Two Works at t time. All Subioriptlons strtotlyOash. H. M. JONES. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PUBLIOAN'S LICENSE. I ESTHER BUTLER, of Asbbarton, Spinster, do hereby give notloe that I desire to obtain, and will at the next Lioeming Meeting to be holden at Aehburton on the TENTH day of June, 1889, apply for a oertlfioate authorising the Issue of a Publioan's Lioanse (or a house situate at Ashburton, known as Butler's Hotel, oontalolog Twenty-nine rooms, exoloslve of those required for the uie of the family. Dated the Thirtieth day of May, 1889. ESTHER BUTLER, E.G. CRISP, eoo(f Solicitor. S 227 AS£J*URTON PERMANENT BUILDING AND 75YE8TMENT SOCIETY. PAID-UP CAPITAL ... £500<) DEPOSITS of £10 and upwards reoeived at the following rates of Interest At oall .„ ... 4} per oent " 3 months ... 6 « « "6 months ... 6| " " Over 6 months ... 6 " " All information on application to EDWABD STEPHENS, Manager Offioe Tflßcred Street. RINK te_ PARIS TO-NIGHT half-holidaTmovement, Monday, June 3rd PROFESSOR OEEENWOOD PROFESSOR GREENWOOD Champion Fanoy Skater of Australia, Now performing at the Palace Rink. Ohrlstohutoh Will give an Exhibition of Fancy Skating. GRAND FASHIONABLE NIGHT Admlßßlon ... «.« 1' 76 R. ELBTON, Manager.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2140, 1 June 1889

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