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BAKEB BROS.. builders; undertakers, &o, Corner Wakanui Road and Oass street, (Next Oentbai Hprai.) Or at Baker and Brown's Coach Factory Havelook street. (Next teus Court Hotjbb.) 290 NEW AUTUMN AND WJNI : ER FASHIONS s. w. a!* o**0 ** &c° HATE now opened, up. a Choice Assort ent NB W GOOD S ; 7or r tiie Season. New Jackets, New Short Dolmans. N*w Ulstera, Ladies', Matda, and Children's} Newest Styles m Ladies' and Children's HaS,*Heir french bress SnjfE, New Dress, Tweeds, New J lnflheß, Feathers and' Flowers, Blankets. Flannels, Sheetings, &c BBBT VALUE PSOOUEA.BLB' --—AT & w< alcow $mo. BABT STREET. 4*34 IXOELSIOR COACH FACTORY, COACH BUILDER and WHEELWRIGHT, BURNETT St. (NbxT '? MA£L " OfFIOBJ) fASHBXrBICW,) TX7" IT HAYmG taken over th f V •-! Lo above department from H. Paobx begs to Inform tho public of Aflhburton and surrounding djstriots that he>has oommenaed business th . tnj» above line, and troati by strict attantlon to same) oomblnad .with moderate charges, to merits a fatr share of patronage, - U J Every desdrlptlon of rehlolu made to order. Spacial attention will be devoted to repslri. Traps re-palntodi *ta, on: short sst notice, Note the address. „ BURNETT. STREET, 8 "Mail" Octiob, *vnP ■■■"-< ■ '■ " ■ At>h .° n gtQP' In reference to the above I, thank&my friends and tho public for^ .thp liberal patronage they have bestowed upon me for the past two. years, and. trutt thai a (bontlnnandd of the siina will bft bestowed on Mf W. Hioks. W. fl; PAGKT. FURNITURE [;- -:-- . FUfiNITUBIiS UPHOL3TEKY! UP nOL9TifißY_l_--_ BEDDING BEDDING 1 1 v lOILETWABKI ....... TOJ^BTWaEB Pickford & UndrDJ HAVE In Stock and for Ba\e at very " reasonable ratas, every descriptioo of Household furnishings. A Large and Varied Stook U. ' eeleot from, fgT NOTB THE ADDBESS— Ashburton Furniture Warehouse fANCRED STBEET ] (Opposite Arcade.^ P. & D. Duncan AGBIOULTUBAL IMPLEMENT MAKERS OHRISTOHUROH AND ASHBURTON REDUCTION IN PRICE OF PLOUGHS {jTROVI this date the following will be C the prloe of our ploughs . — £ s. d. Donble furrow with skeltbs ... 15 10 0 Three farrow.. 21 10 0 Dlsoount 2$ per oent for oaih. DRlLLS— Combined Manure and Seed Drills. Tarnlps put In with this drill are an assured suocess. We are making foi this season a New Grain Drill on th 3 Anglo-Amerloan principle, particularly suitable for this country. Farmers should inspect this drill before baying elsewhere DIGGER PLOUGHS— We are making Improved ploughs of this desorlptlon. We also convert ordinary ploughs to Digger* at alow prloe. ' Fittings for Threshing Maohiuei, aoeh an Concaves, Drums, Shaker Shafts, Brasses. Made and repaired. Every kind of mtohlnery repaired oa the shortest notice. J, £EIR, Manager, Willis Street, Ashburton, GBATEFUL— OOMFOBTIKG. . EPPSMOGOI;" BREAKFAST. BY <a thorough knowledge of the natnr* i 6WB whioH govern the operations o dilution and nutrition, and by* oarefu apV^tUra of the fine propeitlei of wel ■elected ooooa, VL\ Epnji. has provided our breakfMt tables wltn ft delioately flavoured beverage wWon may save vi many heavy dootor's bills. It Is by tha adiolous use of such artloles of diet that a oonatltutlon may be gradually botlt d|! sntil strong enough to resist every ten* donoy to disease. Hundreds of snbtli maladies va floating, around ns ready o attaok wherever there 9 weak point, We may escape many c fatal shaft bj keeping ourselves well forilSed w'*h P«** food and a properly aonriehsr" ?»t ~ A.n Mtloie m the Oivii s>r«iMede simply with V>lHp.- - ■ •- j Soid la £N>-p»c l «?\* 7 • i thus ; — h JAMKS 15PPS AJS*D «O, j X HOMOtOPATHIO OHMMISIi, j iOHDON ENGLAND

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 8 June 1889

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