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■ 1 ■ — . ■ v -.- ■ ■ SUPPORT LOOAL INDUSTRY, ESPECIALLY WHEN THE PRODUCI IS VERY SUPERIOR. I TTAVING made a special purohase of a JLjL Urge lot of Ashburton Tweeds, part of whloh I have had made up In the bent style and finish, I now offer better value ln Men's, Youths', and Boys' Suits, than oan be had anywhere, In New Zealand. Suits to measure, both fit and material guaranteed. VALUE UNEQUALLED. ROBERir-VLCORN, j ASHBURTON OLOTHING MARTj <* I SAUNDERS' BUILDINGS. i : — I 500 WANTED j 9 I TO PUBOHASE IP. O'CONNELL'!: > TENTS. TENTS. TENTS, , FLAGS, TARPAULINS, NETS. HORSE CLOTHING, HALTERS, OILSKIN OLOTHING, LOIN OLOTH ; COACH AND BUGGY APRONS, I GARDEN AND DELIVERY HQBB., ', BUTTERS, APROnITaND ELEVATOR ! Por all makta of Machines; 1 HAMES. PLOUGH AND LEADING OHAINS, SADDLERY, Eto. Marquee Tents, round or rqnare, for sale an on hire. P. O'CONNELL, Al TENT DEPOT. Moore Street, Ashburton (Next Rap , QU CDPA C MUS VALDE PACIM) (*• W hat we^do wo do well.") THE CHRISTOHUROH DB NTA. SURGERY, 168 oashel Utreet, Ohristchnrch, next Robin •or> Root Store, and at the Octagon, Dnnedii All iperations at strlotly uniform and moderai Oonsultationiiree. ' s. CO., BURGEON DRNTISTS. (?*'*s&■ fag «d__i_ir / TtE:"«i> .?. V-Itm teitD! MTROUS OXIDE GAS administered Thla Auoeithefclc leaves no uoplea.an effects, aod by Its nse the extraction o , Bad Stumps and Teeth la rendered perfeotly Painless and Effeotlve, Administered daily. Fee for admlnlstratlot of Gat), ss. Extraction, 2s 61 a tooth \ Hours of attendanoe, 9 a.m. to 8 .p.m Private residence, 93 East Beit. The acknowledged superiority o AMERIOAN DENTISTRY m the con struotlon of Artificial Teeth, tbe mos finished workmanship, and replacing tbl ; lost teeth TEMPORARILY ALMOB. IMMEDIATELY after extraction, hay established oar reputation, > A single Artificial Tooth, 10a, oompleti * set, Upper snd Lower, Temporary am [ Permanent £10 10s ; Artificial Teeth am [ Dentures made by other dentists re I modelled at small oost. Slipping Soalibj , Perfeot and Painless. i \ QENERAL PRESS AGENCI t. REPORTERS, Newspaper Correspondent 1 and Advertising . Agents, 1 Russell Street, Melbourne, _ Undertake Special Reports of Publi Meetings, Newspaper Correspondence, and Newspaper Advertising throughout thfe Australian Colonies and New Zealand. Communications to be addressed to Thi Manager. a N.B, — Files of Provincial Newspapers are ept for the convenience of the Agency's clients. 5 J2 ■-S REID & GRAY WOULD at thiß Season invite the attention of their namorons Oastomers and Farmers to their Improved Drill_Sowiug Machines 1 Their ) NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL * with POSITIVE FEED is now known and • admitted to be the Best FOR ALL SQR'IS OF LAND, and for Cheapness, Strength, atd Durability is the Beßt m the Market. They have also thia Season brought ont a NEW DRILL with GUP FEED nnd poosessir ing aU the best qualities ol the Anglo* American, bnt a Machino far superior is workmanship and strength. This Machine they have got up specially for the Canterbury " FlaW Samples cf both these Machines together with 880-ADCAST GEAIN AND GBAS& SOWERS to be Been at all their Branches. R. A G.s Now Zealand PORTABLE OHAFF OUTTER and BAGGER. Several of these now m this District and doing excellent work, R. A G.s DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUGHS at Reduced Price aa formerly advertised, Disc Harrows On tbe Nowoet and Most Improved Prlnolple, and ZIGZAG TIKE HARROW-* and every requisite for the Farm, ASHBUETON BEANOH: I J, TAYLOR, j Manager. 1

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2153, 20 June 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2153, 20 June 1889

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