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Public Motlcas lie RUSSBLL'B BANKRUPT STOCK. FURTHER oonoasslons having been made by the Offiolil Aailgaee iloet aooeptlog oar tender of 11b 4d IN THE £, We are now enabled to aell the goods «t tbeprioeat whloh we originally booght| SALS COMMENCES FRIDAY We wlah It dUMnotly ondentood that Ma Rttssxll hu No Oonneetlon whatevet with This Sale, nor will he be on tot temtiei. N.Z. TWEED CO. GLOBIOTJS NEWS GREAT SUCCESS OF Andrew Orr's CHEAP SAJLE Of DRAPERY, CLOTHING ahd BOOTS Tht Stook pnrebMed of J. On tad Go* Amounting to £7000 IN ORDER to olear out the .took before the 80th of Jane and safe the ezpenaei of two establishments I havs mader still FURTHER REDUCTIONS In prices. And will, during the next font weeki np to 10th Jane, PAY THE FARE from Mount Somerf, Raksla and Ooaeh from Methvon to all purobanri of £5 worth and upwards. COME EARLY ?AND SECURE THE BARGAINS. ANDREW OKR JOHN ORR & Ca WE have now Landing, ex " Her. mlono" aod on sale at Loweit Current Rates,— • 3 Caeka Lamps 2 Onaki Lamp Glastoa and Global 2 Caaoa Fenders 1 Ten Patent Shot 10 Cases Fenders 20 Tons Bar Iron 1 Case Fire Irons 2 Oaßks Plough Chains 150 Drums Boiled Oil 50 Drams Olive Oil 4 Tods White Lead 1 Ton Red Lead 2 Oaeko Putty 25 American Stoves 50 Register Grates 2 Ca 2 8 * , Scaleß *»* Weighing Machines 10 Orates Fanoy Orookery and Glassware, oomprialng some beautiful Tea Bets and Toiletware 40 Kegs Blue Stone 1 Oaae Perforated Zinc 1 Osse Leather Belting 100 Boxes Horse Naila 4 Cases Bedsteads 2 Bales Door Mats 3 Oases Outlery 2 Oaies Plated Goods 3 Oases Gone Knives 5 Oases Wringers and Mangles 2 Casks Tea and Coffee Pots 4 Casks Bolts and Nuts 1 Case Baws 2 Oases Hammers and Chisels 1 Case Planes 1 Cask Filea and Kaspa 1 Case Brace Bits and Augers Copper Boilers Barbed and Plain Fencing Wife 2 Oases Copper Riyeta Harness and Ehoe Leather in anv qnantity * 5000 Yards Sh«ep Netting M°CORMICK BINDERS. I Farmers wishing to have -the Knotter of tho above put in thorough going order at the Lowest Possible Cost by a thorough expert can do so by forwarding to ns at an early date. Attention to this will save time in harvest. JOHN ORR & CO, i IMPORTERS, ,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2140, 1 June 1889

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