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ST, JOUH'a LODG^TNo. K.O *pHERegaUr Monthly Meeting of the JL above Lodge wllj bo held m the Mtionlo Hull, Tanared ntteet,' on TfIURBDAY 13th lnst., at 7.30. Yiaitors oordUUy invited. OYRIL JEPHBON, 6 80 Hod Seo. W. H. COLLIER "THE CQBNER^V IS now showing a NE vV and OHOIOE bTOOK of GOODS m all Departments for the Winter tieaion. Dress Mateiials from 6Jd Plashes and Fancy Triinmings 2a lid fcheetingi, 2ydß wide, from ifrd Blaqkou from }ls 6d pair Bugs and Austrian Blankets from 5s 6d Children's Ulators Ladies' Jackets and Ulsters Children's Hoods, Hats, and Polisiei Genti' Boarvei and Collars Men's Cardigans from 4a 6 J White Kid Gloves 2s 6d BoyB 1 k'uits— alt sizes Men's auitt, Colonial Tweed, from 30i Tweed Trousers Vs ' V Baddle Tweed, «ul\ ! B> Ovcrooatfl and Madutoshea, Ua.ts and Caps, all thanes, blurts, Sox, &0., «^o. BOLE AOEN? FOR THE? "STRONG- WEAJfc" BOOT. The Best Boot for the Country The Best Boot for the Town For comfort m walking, durability of wear and economy m price tho " Strong* Wear " Boot is tho finest Boot m the Colony, T< Etibt Pair Branded. Try it onst and you will ntver wtar any othtr. Tho Soundest Value m Ashbnrlon. W. H. COLLIER "TH E CORNER." 6*7? rvALGETY & r>\ OMPANY LIMITED, ARE PREPARED TO MA]£B CASH ADYANCEfc ■ ©w ' GIIAIN GONBIQtfKD 19 inßia SYDNEY OR MELBOURNE BRANOQFS FOR SALE, THREE MONTHS F^EE STORAGE Kail partloalMi upon appHoatlon. DaLGETY & OOMPAiHYi Lmavo,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 12 June 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 12 June 1889

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