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BAKER BROg;, BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS, &o. Corner Wakanul Road and Caea street, ..(Next Centbaz Homl.) •■: :■ Orat Baker nnd ßrown's OoaohvFao^pry Havelook street. (Next the Cottbt Housb.) 290 NEW A VTUMN ANJO ' WiN2&R FASHIONS S. W. A™ om &0° HAVE now Opened up a Choice Assort ent NEW O O OW&: i For the Season. New Jackets, New Short Dolmans, Naw Ulsters, Ladies', Maide/and Children's Newest Btjles in Ladies' and Children's Hate, New French bress Stuff, New Dress Tweeds; New Plushes, Feathers and? Flowers, Blankets, Flannels, Sheetings, 4c * BEST VALDfe PBOOCBABI^ - „. ... AT S. r W. ALCORN &:<GQ. ■ ■■■ •/ . ■■. • v--' v ¥ EAST 4*84 111 «• EXOBLBIOR COACH FACTORY. ~W. ECIGKB, COACH BUILDER ahd WHBJSL* WRIGHT, BURNETT Bx. (Nbxx ', c Mah. " Octiob, Akhbubxom.) TXT TJf HOT taken over^tb YY tJLXt abftye depictment from H. Paqht begs to inform the pubilo of Ashburton and upritooadlng districts that he has oommenoed business In ith« above line, and traits by itrlat attention to same, combined with moderate ohargei, to merit a fslr share of patronage, • : . ■■-. Every desotiption of vehicles, made to order. Speolal attention will be devoted to repairs. " Traps re-pafnted, etc, on. shortest notloe. Note^ie address] ! BURNETT STREET, jTaaetr "Maw" Oraas, 4 230 Aihburlon. In reference to the above I thank r my friends and tho publlo for the liberal patronage 'they have bellowed npon^ma for the past two years, and troit that a contlnu»nbe of the •ama will bo bestowed on Me W. Eigks/ " ... i - W^g.yAQET. FURNITURE FUKNITUBB UPHOLSTERY 1 UPHOLSTfiRTj : 1 BEDDING •-•■■■■■ BEDDINGI! TOILETWARE! TOWETW&BB\ Picklord & Uiidiaj HAVE in Stock 1 and for Bale at very reasonable rates, every description of Household furnishings. „ A Large and Varied Stocky t< neleot from, -i-:O.'- ->'i $& Note the Addbess — Ashburton Furniture Warehouse fANCRED STEEIT (Opposite Aroade.) P. & D. Duncan AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAKERS OHRISTOHUROH AND ASHBURTON REDUCTION IN PRICE OF PLOUGHS FRO VI this date the following will be the price of our ploughs . — £ b. d Double furrow. with akeltha ... 15 10 0 Three farrow 21 10 0 Dlsooant 2£ poroent for cash. DRlLLS— Combined Manure and Seed Drilla. Turnips put la with this drill are an assured snooess. We are making for Ibis season a New Grain Drill on th Anglo-Amerioan prlnolple, particularly suitable for this oonntry. Farmers should Inspeot this drill before buying elsewhere DIGGER PLOUGHS— We are making improved ploughs of this desorlptlon. We also oonvert ordinary ploughs to Digger* at a low price. Fittings for Threshing Maohlnes, snob as Concaves, Drums, ; Shaker Shafts, Brasses. Made and repaired. Every kind of HHQhinery repaired on the shortest notloe. J, 5.E18,, Manager, Willis Street. Ashburton. . GBATEFUL— OOMFOBTIIS'G. EPPS'HOCOI BREAKFAST. r : BY a thorough knowledge of the natnm fowa whlofc govern the operations o diction and nutrition, and by a oarefu eppu.^tlonpf tho fine properties of we ■elected ooeo», M»*. ' Bpn* has' proridad on breaklewt tables witn a oelicatelf (Uvouted beverage whion may save m many heavy doctor's bills. It I* : fcy the nd'.olona use of inoh aitloles of diet tkat a eonstitntion may be gradually boat ny intll strong enough, to. resist every ten* denoy to alseMe.. Hundreds of sabtlt maladies nre floating aroqnd ns ready o attaok wherever there f weak point We may escape many * fatal shaft by keeping ourielveu well fortified with pan food and a properly nourished frame.— An article in the Civil Service QautU. Made simply with boiling water or milk 5 Sold in Jib pae^eu by Grooers, labelled l thus !— i JAMES 32PPS AND C0,,, k hom«ofaihio osmnsn, 1 IiOHDOH HNQfcAs^

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 10 June 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 10 June 1889

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