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Public notices BAKEE BEOS., BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS, &o. Oorner Wakanul Road and Oass street, (Next Cbntbal Hotel.) Or at Baker and Brown'e Cotch Faotoif Havelocfc street. (Next tbb Court Hottsb.) 290 NEW AUTUMN AN JO WINTER FASHIONS a. w. A r ° OEN &o° HAVE now opened up a ChoiC9 Assort enfe NEW GOODS For the Season. New Jackets, New Short Dolmans, NBW Uhters, ladies', Maids, and Children's Newest Styles m Ladies 1 and Children's Hats, New French l>ress Stuff, New Dress Tweeds, New I Flnshas, Feathers and Flowers, Blankets, ' Flannew, Sheetings, &c. BEST VALUE PBOOUBABLB AT S. W. ALCOEN & CO, EABT STEEET. 1*34 EXCELSIOR COAOH FACTORY. TV. HICKS, COAOH BUILDER and WHEELWRIGHT, BURNETT St. (Next "Mais" Office, Ashbubtoh.) ~XTT TT HAVING taken over th YV •JIJLo above department from H. Paget begs to inform the publlo of Aehburton and surrounding dlstriots that he has c^mmeooed business m the above line, and trust's by strict attention to same, combined with moderate oharges, to merit a fair share of patronage. Every description of vehloles made to order. 3psoi»l attention will be devoted to repairs. Traps re-painted, etc, on shortest notice. Note the address. BURNETT STREET, ■fl»xT "Mail" Offiob, 4 230 Aihburton. In reference to the-, above I thank my/ friends and the publio > for the ■ liberal patronage they have bettowed upon mi for the past two years, and trust that a continuance of the ssme will be bestowed on Mr W, Hicks. W. H. PAGET. FURNITURE I<URNITUBE UPHOLSTERY ! UPHOLSTERY I BEDDING BEDDING 1 1 lOILETWARE! TOIVETW&BE Pickford & UndriH HAVE m Stock and for Bale at very reasonably rates, every description of Household furnishings. A Large and Varied Stock t( select from, <g* Note the Addbebs — Ashtarton Furniture Warehouse TANCRED STREET (Opposite Arcade.) P. & D, Duncan AGBIOULTUBAL IMPLEMENT MAKEBS OHRISTOHUROH AND ASHBURTON REDUCTION IN PRICE OP PLOUGHS FROM this date the following will be the price of our ploughs .— £ s. a Double furrow with ekelths ... 16 10 0 Three furrow 21 10 0 Disoount *1\ per cent for cash. DRlLLS— Combined Manure and Seed Drills. Turnips put In with this drill are an assured success. We are making fot this season a New Grain Drill on th Anglo-Amerioan principle, particularly suitable for this country. Farmers should Inspect this drill befora buying elsewhere DIGGER PLOUGHS— We are making Improved ploughs of this description. We also convert ordinary ploughs toDlggeri at alow price. Fittings for Threshing Machines, suoh as Concaves, Drums, Shaker Shafti, Brasses. Made and repaired. Every kind of maohlnery repaired o» the shortest notice. J, JSIEIR, Manager, Wills Btreet. Ashbnrtop. "GKATEFUL— OOMFOBTESU EPPS'SIOCOA. BREAKFAST. BY a thorough knowledge of the natum low* whloh goT«m tho openttoxui o dlt *vtion and nutrition, and by a eurefa appu^ion of the fine properties of we ■elected cocoa, M**. Bpna has provided on* breakfast tablet with a delicately flavoured beverage which may save vi many heavy dootoz's bills, It Is by the ud<clouß use of suoh aitioles of diet that a constitution may be gradually battt nj) mtil strong eaough to resist every ten* denoy to disease. Hundreds of subtle n»ladl6s vro floails^ aionad oo xeady o attack whorevei thoro 7 weak point. We may esoaps many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pun food and a properly nourished frame.—* An article In the Civil Service QaxttU, Made Bimply with boiling water oi milk Sold m Jib packer by Grocers, labelled thai: — JAMES EPPS AND OO.j HOMOEOPATHIC! OHIMIfITS, 1 IiOH»O» ENG&ANIjI

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2148, 11 June 1889

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