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Wanted WANTED situation as honse-keeper, by experienced respeotable per too. Address— H. 0. " Guardian" officePREBBNTB.— We are giving Presents to every purchaser of 2s 6d and upwards m Drapery, Boota, OlothlDg, &c— H. 0. Seob^s. Melford House. rXT ANTED Known— The <r StrongW Wear" Boot is matobless for durability and comfort,— W. H. Collier, •• The Corner." 6 78 WANTED Koown -After onqa wearIng '• Strong- Wear" Boots you will dlsoard nil others.— W, H. Collier, 'The Corner." „,6 79 "AirANTED Kuown.— lhat I have W removed to more centrally situated PremUes next Mes&a W.Zinder and J. Puroha6e, East street.— J, W. Hardlby, Plumber, Gaafitter, and Tinsmith. 51198 WANTED Known. — Handsome Presents to evory Purchaser to the value of 2a 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &c— H. C. Segexs, Melford Uonse^ ** MBS Kennedy and Miss Cameron, Dressmakers, Moore Bt. Teacberd of the Polentifi) Dresacutting and fitting. Lessons daily, Special arrangements for country pupils. Terms on application. 6 56 if^OK genuine Aahourton Tweed Sulta ' readymade, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices unequalled; go to H. Axootux, Aahbarton Clothing Mart, Saunders' bnlldlngs, WANTED Known— Bnyyoor Drapery Boots, Clothing, &0., at Melford House. A substantial Present to every purchaser 2s 6d and upwards.— H. 0. Stokbb, Melford Honse. WANTED Known— Orange Hall, the usu»l Qaadrlllfl Aesembly will be held on Wednesday evening, 20th lost. 6ents 2«, Ladles free* Bight o'oltok,— J. BUBQEBB, M.O, 6 HO WANTED Known— Tbat Miss E. Simmonds, Popil of Mb R. Wood, having seoaaad a room at Saunders' Bulldlogs, Is prepared to take Pupils for the violin $ will also wait on Pupils at tbefr borne* If required.— MlSS E. SIMMONDS, Greek Road, AUeotoD, 6 65 n BEAT purohase by Robert Alcorn \JC from the Liquidator of the Ashburton Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, Flannels, Rugs, Shirtings, and Ladles' Dress Tweed*. Bale now on at the Ashbarton Olotblng Mart Saundera 1 Baildlnga. READ THIS— New Fauoy Goods ; An Needlework requisites ; Toys, Stationery, TobacoonUt'* goods ; Madame Weigel's Patterns; Agent for Eellpse Dye-works ; Registry Offioe for Servants J Te» and Coffee at a minute's notioe. — Mbs Adams, tiaunders' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. Public Notices. Charles JJraddell Licensed Landbroker and Valuator under " Tha_ Land Transfer Act, 1885.' ESTATE. HOUSE. LAND, AND GENERAL OOM&IiStJION AGENT. OFFICE — Burnbtt Stbbbt, Next to "Mail" Offioe. 6f Q l /CIRCULATING LIBRARF, NOW \j OPifiN, oontalnlng Works of History, Biography Travel, Adventure, Solenoe and Fiotlon by Hamorous and popular Authors. * The Library contains a variety of Literature from Grlm'a Fancy Tales, JgUs Verne's, and R. M % B»lUntyne'o Works for the young, to Jjseph Cook's, Famous Lectures, Mauaulay Essays and Works of Hume, Smith, de Qalnoey and others, Subscription— Montnly, la 6i j quarterly, 3a 6d j half-yearly, 6j ; per annum, 10s 6J. The payment of subscription and a half, entitles a Subscriber to take out Two Works at a. time. All Subscriptions strictly Cash. H. M. JONES, RINK DE PARIS MONDAY WEDNESDAY SATUKDAY HAT MD CAP CARNIVAL JUNE 22nd. FOUR PRIZES LADY'S LARGEST HAT GENTLEMAN'S LARGEST HAT Lady'« Most Original Hat—Gentleman's Moat Original Hat COMING— MABEL SYLVESTER I 76 R. ELtiTON, Manager; W. H- COLLIER "TBE COKNER," IS now showing a TJEW and CHOICE bTOOK of GOOES m aU Departments for tbe Winter Season. Dress Materials from 6£d Plushes and Fancy Trimmings 2a lid Sheetings, 2yds wide, from 8&d Blankets from lla 6d pair Rngsand Außtri n Blankets from 5a 6d ( hildren's U lnters Ladlea' Jackets and Ulsters Children's Hoods, Hats, and Pelisses Gents' Scarves and Collars 1 Men's Cardigans from 4? 6 1 White Kid Gloves 2i 6d Boys' Suits — all sizes Men's Units, Colonial Tweed, from 30s Tweed Trousers 7s 6d Saddle Tweed Sails, Overcoats and Macia toshes, hat* and Caps, all abapoe, Shirts, Sox, &c, &o. EOLE AGENT FOR THE "SrKONG-WEAR" BOOT. The Beat Boot for the Couotry The Best Boot for the Town For comfort m walking, durability of wear andecont my m price the " Strong Wear" Boot is thd fintßt Boot m th Colony, Eteby Paih Branded. Try it once and you will never wear any other. Ths Soundest Value m Ashburton. W. H. C3LLIEB "THE CORNER/

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2151, 18 June 1889

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