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Wanted AJNTKD to let four roomed house with half aore of land, rent low to good tenant.— H. M. .Tone*. 695 WANTED situation a* honse-keepar, by experlenoad respectable per. son. Address-H. 0. •• Guardian" office--6 111 W 1 ANTED Ko-.wn— Or»nge Hall, the ueu«l Q-iadrtUe Aoßembly will-be held on Wednesday eyentnv, 20th mat. Geuts 2«, Lftdiet free* Bight o'olt-oft.— J, Bpbossb, M.O, 6 HO PRESENTS.— We are giving freaontfi to every purchaser of 2a 6d and upwards m Drapery, Boota, Olothiog, &o.— H. 0. Skgkbs, ftlelford LLonse. WANTED Known— The "StrongWear" Bjot is matchless foe durability and comfort,— W. H. Collier, •'Toe Ooroer." 6 78 W" "ANT&D Kuown— After oooa wearing '• Stroog-Weac" Bjota you wtli dlsoard all othera.— W, H, COILIKR, 1 The Oornar." 6 79 ANTED Koown.— lhat I have removed to more centrally situated PremUea next Messrs W. Zander and J. Purobaee, East street.— J. W. Habdlby, Plumber, Gaßfitter, and Tinsmith. 6t198 WANTED Known. — Handsome Presents to ©very Purchaser to the value of 2s 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &c — H- 0. Sbobxs, Melford Bonce. - MBS Kennedy and Miss Cameron, Drea-makL, Moore St. Teachera of the Folentifis DrcSßCutting and fitting. Lessons daily. Special arrangements tor country pupils Terms on application^ FOX genuine Aahourtou TweeaSult* ready-made, of to measure, fit and quality gnawnteed, and at prloei i onequalled, go to H. Amobk, Aahburtoo Olothing Maft, Saundera' boltdloga. WAKTKD Known— Buy your Draperj Boots, Nothing, Ac, at Melford House. A substantial Present to everj Surohaaer 2s 6d and upwards.— H. O. TOIBB, Molf ord House. - aRBAT purchase by Egbert Alooro from tue LtquWatQc of the Aahburton Woollen Company, of Wintei Tweedi, Blankets, Jfflannelo, Ruga, Sbitt i Inga, and Ladlea' Dress Tweeds, bale now on at the Asbburton Clothing Mart Saundera' Bnlldlngt. WANTED Kuowb— That Miss E. Simmondb, PopU of Mb R. Wood, having aeoarcd a room ac Sauoden' Balldlngß, 1b prepared to take Puplla for the violin ; *1H »l»o lt on Pop* l " » l tbelc hotn«a If required,— Miss E, Sramonds, Creek Road, AUentou, 6 65 READ THIS— Sew Fancy Gooda ;Ar 1-Jcedlework rcqaloitea j Toye, Stationery, TobacooDiot'o gooda j M*dame Weigel'a Patterne ; Agent for Eoliuae Dyerworke ; Begietry Offioe for Servants ; Tea and Ooffae ataminure'a notice.— Mbs Adams, Saundere* BuUdlngS, opposite Railway Station^ Public Notices, Ohables Braddbll Licensed Landbroker and Valuator voder v The Land Tramfer Act, 1885. B3TATE, HOUSE. LAND, AND GENEBAL COMMISSION AGENT OFFIOE-B^K^™, Next^to /"iIRODLATING LIBRARIT, NOW \j OP^N, contalnlug Worka of BintoTy, Biography Travel, Adventure, feolence and Fiotion by Humoroua ana popular Authora. The Library contalna a variety of Literature from Grlm'a Fanpy Talee, Jolts Verne's, and R. M, Ballantyne'B Worka for the young, to Joseph Cook a, Famous Lectures, Maceulay Jfiaaayfl and Worka of Hume, Smith, de Qalno*y ana others. Subscription— Monthly, la 6i j quarterly, 3s 6d ; half-yearly, 6j ; per annum, 10s pi. The payment or oubicrlption and a half, enUtlea a Subscriber to take oat Two Works at i time. All Subscriptions atrlctly Cash^ H. M. JUNES. W. H- COLLIER "THE COENEB," IS now Rawing a NEW and CHOICE BTOOK of GOODS m all Departments for the Winter fc'eaeon. Dress Mateiials from 6Jd Plußheß and Fanoy Trimmingß 2a lid f heotingß, 2yds wide, from BJd Blankets from lla 6d pair Bugs and Austrian Blankeis from 5a Qi Children's Ulaters Ladlea' Jaoketa and Uleteri Children's Hoode, Hatß, and Pelisses Gents' ficarvei and Collars Men's Cardigans from 4i 61 White Kid Gloves 2a 6d Boys' 6uitß— all si^es Meo's Knits, Colonial Tweed, from 30a Tweed Trousers 7s 6d Saddle Tweed bulls, Overooatg and Maciutoshes, Bats and Caps, ail shapes, bbirts, Sox, &c, &o. EOLE AGENT FOR THE " SrEOKG- WEAK " BOOT. The Beet Boot for the Country The Best Boot for the Town For comfort m walking, durability of wear and economy m price the (l Strong Wear" .Boot is tha finest Boot m th Color.y. Every Pair Branded. Try it once and you will never wear any other. The Soundest Value m Aehuurton, W. H. COLLIER "TH E CORNER/ 6*73 "STde paws MON m^ E^ SI)Ay HAT AN DCAP CAIINIYAL JUNE 22nd. FOUR PHI£ 8 LADY'S LARGEST DAT GENTLEMAJS'H LaHGEST HAT Lady's Mobi Origln»l Hat— Gentleman* Moat Orlfcia&l Hat COMIKG— MABEL SYLVESTER 76 ft, iWOH, Hsvigtc.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2150, 17 June 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2150, 17 June 1889

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