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Wanted W ANTED Teams for ploughing ■ Apply Max Fbiedlander. 6t31 «7CT ANTED to sell well-bred fpwls W. (Langahan and Plymouth Rook) anddnoks. — Apply MksStoddart, Binds Road; WiHowby. 6 27 WANTED Known. — That Mise EDWABDS, Tailoreas, is prepared to mako Boys' Clothing, also Cuffing, Strapping, repairs and alterations, &c.-~ Miss Edwards, corner Moore street and Belt. 11 105 "lirANTED Known.— lhat I have W removed to more centrally situated Premises next Mes ra W . Zander and J. Purchase, East street. — J, VV. Hardlbv, Plumber, Gasfitter, and Tinsmith. 5|198 WANTED Known. — Handsome Presents to every Purchaser to the value of 2s 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &c— H. C. Skgbrs, Melford Sonse. TV* OR genuine Ashourton Twoea Suite Jj ready-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, »nd at prices ou> equalled, go to R. Axoork, Ashbucton Clothing Mart, Sounders' Bnlldinga, PREHENTB.— -We are giving Presents to every purchaser of 2s 6d and upwards m Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &o. — H. 0. Segebs, Ivielford House. WAITED Known— Buy your Drapery Boots, Clothing, &c, at Melford House. A substantial Present to every purobasero 2s6dand upwards. — H. 0. Segebs, Melford House. /^i REAT purohase by Robert Alcorn \JT from the Liquidator of the Ashburton Woollen Company, of Winter Tweedi, Blankets, Flannels, Rugs, Shirtings, and Ladles' Dress Tweeds. Bale now on at the Aohburton Clothing Mart Sannders' Buildings. READ THIS— New Fanoy Goods ; Art Needlework requisites ; Toys, Stationery, Tobacconist's goods ; Madame Weigel's Patterns ; A pent for Eclipse Dye- works ; Registry Offioe for Servants ; Ten and Coffee at a minute's notloe. — Mbs Adams, launders' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. "^ L«J»T, ON Monday night last near the Library, a Grey Blanket. Finder will reoeive 5s on taking It to Me E. Cookson 6 35 LOST. BETWEEN the Brickyard and Bast Belt, on Taesday night a small Cogwheel of Traction Engine, 5s reward on returning to " Mall" Offioe. 6 42 TO LET. lAAA ACRES of Greaa Land for AUUU Cropping, Apply MAX FKIEDLANDER. 6532 . TO LST. V mHOSE Commodious Business Premises 1 dose to Post Offioe at present occupied by Mb Gamdli. j Also,— One or two Offices m Court Chambers. Also,— Two-roomed Cottage and half aore of land. 5 178 H. M.. JONES. /CIRCULATING LIBRARST, NOW VJ OPBN, containing Works of History, Biography Travel, Adventure, Science apd Flotton by Humorous and POP 0 . 1 *- j^iywy-oir^^.-- b- v«r««», - , Literature from Grlm'o Fancy Tales, Jules Verne's, and R. M, Ballantyne's Works for the young, to Joseph Cook's, Famous Lectures, Maaaulay Essays and Works of Hume, Smith, de Qalnovy and others. Subscription — Monthly, la 6d j quarterly, 3s 6d ; half-yearly, 6^ ; per annum, 10s 63. The payment of sublorlptlon and a half, entitles a Subsorlber to take oct Two Works at a. time. All Subscriptions strictly Cash. H. M. JONES. RINK de^ PARIS GREAT_SUCCESS PEOF.GEEENWOOD Thursday, June 6 Positively the last night of PROFESSOR GREENWOOD PROFESSOR GREENWOOD In bis Great WIPING ACT In which he R\7°to» Twloe In the Second Admission ... ... la 76 X ELSTON, Manager. EXCELSIOR COACH FACTORY. T7^. HICKS, OOAOH BUILDER and WHEELWRIGHT, BURNETT Sx (Next "Mail" Office, Ashburtok.) WTJ HAVING taken over tb • J L« above department from Q. Paqet begs to inform the publio of Aehburton and surrounding districts that he has oommenoed business m (ho above line, and trusts by strict attention to same, combined with moderate charges, to merit a fair share of patronage. Every description of vehloles made to order. Speolal attention will be devoted to repairs. : Traps re-painted, etc., on shortest notloe. Note the address. BURNETT STREET, tfixT "Mail" Omiub, 4 230 Aihburton. In reference to the above I thank my friends and the publio for the liberal patronage they have hettowed upon me for the past two years, and trust that a continuance of tbe same will be bestowed on Mr W. Hiosa W. H. PAGBT. FOR SALE BY TENDER. THE Aehburton Caledonian Focle<y's Eportß Ground, containing 5 J Acroß (more or less) situated corner North- wesi Belt, Ashburton, bting a corner Allotment and ihe Land of first-class quaUly for gardening or other purposes. As asi t fpr a private residence it cannot be I surpassed, ihe Land is securely fenced , with ilya fence and has been down m English graEß for a number of years. It is now skim ploughed r^ady for crop this season. Intending purchasers are invited to inspect the Land for their owja sajiZdfpction, and eny further information can jbe obtai£,pd from the Secretary, wlo wil: receive Tendeis up to 1 p.m. on SATUBDAY, Jcme sth, 18,89. The bighatt or any Tender not necessarily honeped. I ■ J, SEALY. f o*i97 Son, fc'»orit*ry,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2145, 7 June 1889

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