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Wanted WANTED Known— Debating Society £ to-night, Templar Hall. Subject — " Should the Totalisator be abolished ?" \ 6 92 / "XTOUNG Ladles' Journal for June now \ X 1°« B^fb' Own Paper, quarterly | part. — H. M. Johks. I VjkT ANTED to let font roomed house VY with half nore of land, rent low to good tenant. -H. M. Jones. 6 95 WANTED KNOWN that I have Fifty . Prime ;Sidea of Mutton for Sale, Cheap, at the Triangl . Butch* ry TO-MoR-ROW. Come eariy und get your choice. 6 87 . WANTED— A respeotable Boarder In private family, tbrea mloutee walk frum Post Offioo no other boardem kept. Apply cftv-e of this paper. 686 WANTED Known— The " SfcroogWear" B]ot Is matohlees for durability and oom on,— W. H. Collier, •» The Corner." 6 78 ____^ _ _ _ — —^ — — — — VT7" ANTED Known— After once wearVV ln e '* strong- Wear " Boot* you will discard all others.— W, Q, OOLLtBR, " The Oorner." 6 79 PREBBNTB.— We are giving Presontu to every purchaser of 2s 6d and upwards m Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &o. — H. O. Seders, Melford Hoaße. WANTED Known.— lhat I have removed to more centrally situated Premises next Meßtra W . Zander and J. Purohaee, East street.— J. W. Habdlby, Plumber, Gasfitter, and Tinsmith. 5J198 WANTBD Known. — Handoonae Presents to every Purchaser to the value of 2b 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &c — H. O. Bkqbxs, Melford Honse. MBS Kennedy and Miss Oameron, Dressmakers, Moore Bt. Teaoberb of the trcientifio Dfcescotting and fitting Lessons daily, Special arrangements for country pupils Terms on application. : 6 56 TCOR genolne Ashourton Tweed Sulu Jj readymade, or to measure, fit and quality gnaranteed, and at prices unequalled, go to R. Aloobzt, AsbburtoD Clothing Mart, S»under«* bolldlnfts. ANTifiD Known— Buy your Drapery Boots, Clothing, &c, at Melford House. A substantial Present to every purchaser 2a 6d and upwards. — H. O tigQBBB, Melford Housb. S~*i REAT purchase by Robert Aloorc \Jf from tbe Liquidator of the Aahbueton Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, Flannels, Rugs, ShirtIngs, and Ladles' Dress Tweeda. KaL now on at the Aahburton Clothing Mart Sauuders' Buildings. WANTED Kuown— Tbat Miss B. giMMONDS, Pupil of Mb R, Wood, having scoured a room at Saunders' Buildings, Is prepared to take Pupils fur the violin ; will also wait on Pupils at tbelr homes if required, — Miss E. SimMONDS, Creek Rond, Allenton, 6 65 ~r\EAD THIS— New Fancy Goods ; Ar JLV Needlework requUites ; Toys, Sutionery, Tubacoontot c goods ; M»dame Woigel's Patterns; Agent for Eclipse Dye* works t Beglotry OtQoa for Servants j • Tea and Coffee at a minute's notloe.— Mbs Adams, ttaundera' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. Money. TQE undersigned has various turns of money '.to lend. FROM £50 to £ICOO. Upon Freehold and othar approved securities at current rates of Interest. > JOHN G. RESTELL. 6t63 Commlßßlon Agent. » f tf^ENDERS arß luvited for tha less I for 3 years of 200 acres well wateri d Mltoham Road, balng R.S. 29934, all In English crasses, well situated, being only about 3£ miles from tbe County Sale Tarda. Tender received up to MON DAY, 17th Jane. The highest or any tender not neoetflarily aooepted, 6 v T - BULLOCK, AIS INGLESIDE m connection with the Ashburton Caledonian Society will ba held m tbe Oddfellows' Hall on FRIDAY EVENING, June 14th, at ' 8 p.m., for members and their families only. A charge of Is 6 J will be made for each Ingleside or 5a for the season, In addition to the members annual subscription. Tickets can be obtained from the Directors or from the Secretary. 6f19 J. SEALY, Hon Sec />tIROOLATING LIBRARY, NOW \j OPEN, containing Works of History, Biography Travel, Adventure, feotence and Fiction by Humorous and popnlav Author*. The Library contains a variety of Literature from GrlnVs Panpy Tales, Jules Verne's, and R. M. Btllantyne's Work* for the young, to Joseph Cook's, Fsmous Loetures, Maoaulay Essays and nT-ka of Home, Smith, de Qalnoey and »fc' «übeorlptlon— Monthly, li 6d ; othew. . « d half-yearly, 6i ; per quarterly, 3s . •• . J J t 0 ( ,J b . annum, 10s 6 i. The ' , Bubief i b er ■oriptlon and a half, entitles * to take oot Two Works at t. time. AH Snbiorlptlons strictly Cash . H. M. JONES. ATLAS EOLLER FLOUE. ATLAS ROLLER FLOUR. SUPERFINE SILK DRESSED, WHITE IN COLOUR, STRONG IIN QUALITY. FROM Prime Wheat, Ground by the Moßt Improved and Modern Machinery. To nil Bakers and Housewives In New Zoaland : ASK FOH AND HAVE One Trial of the Celebrated Atlas HflfflJHll Flour. Sold by all respeotable Merchants and Storekeepers throughout New Zealand, and at the Mills. EVANS A CO. LIMITED, 3f16 Tlmarn. RINK DE PARIS MOND s a a y t?rTO SI)AY HAT AND CAP CARNIVAL JUNE 22nd. FOUR PHIZ S LADY'S LARGEST HAT GENTLGftIAISM L4KGH34T HAT Lsdy'e M- et Original Hut- Gentlemaii'd Moat Original fl&t COMING— MABEL SYLVESTER 76 R, fiJyBTQN, Mtttigfri

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2148, 14 June 1889

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