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Wanted PRESENTS.— We are giving Presents) / to every purohaser of 2s 6d and upwards- in Drapery, Boots, Clothing, «0.-~H, O. SijflEßS, Melford Honse. WANTED Known—The "StrongWear" Bitot is matcblesa. for dorability and oom!ort,— W. H. Collier, •'Tbe Corner." ' 6 78 rr-T* ANTED Kaown —After onoo wearYV ing "fitrong- Wear" Boots you wih dl.oard ali ethers. — W, H. Collier, « Tho Ourner." fi 79 WANTED Known.— lhat". I .have remove (l lo more centr.Uiy Bituuted Preu-.tte-iiv.-xt Mes r. W.Z.ndor and J. , Purohase, _!.a_t Btr.et. — J, VV. Hakjulby, Plumber, Gaefitler, and Tinsmith. 5J198 WANTED Known. — Handßome Presents to every Purchaser to tbe value of 2s 6d and upwards of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, ftu— ti. C. BBaaxs, Melford Hones. ! MKS KenneJy ond Miss Cameron, Dressmakers, Moore bt. Teaoherb of the toientifi" Dr.Bucutting aud filling. Lessons daily, bpecial arrangememe lor country pupilß. . Terms on application. .*>_ 6 56 L Oii geootu. Aehourton Tvfoea iomu t_ ready-made, or to measure, fie ano quality guaranteed, and at prioes onequalled, go to R. AirOOßif, Ashburton Olothing Mart. Saunders' buildings. WA_sTJ_D Known— Buy your Drapery Boots, Clothing, &c, at Melford House. A substantial Present to every purohaser 28 6dand upwards. — H. O. tiaaßßS, Melford House. CI REAT purohaie by Robert Alcorn JC from the Liquidator of tbe Ashburton Woollen Oompany, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, Flannels, Rugs, ShirtI logs, aod Ladles' Dress Tweed.. Kale 1 now on at the Ashburton Clothing Man Saunders' Buildings. WANTED Known— Tbat Miss E. biMMONDS, Pupil of MrR. Wood. having scoured a toom at Sauoder**' Buildings, is prepared to take Pupils' for tbe violin ; will also wait on Pupils ai tbelr homes If required, — Miss E. SimHOMDB, Oreek Road, Aiienton, 6 65 T> EAD THIS— New Faooy Goods j Ar J_\ Needlework tcqauitet. ; Toys, Sits uonery, Tobacoon.st'* gooda; Ms_am_ Welgel's Patterns; Agent for Eoiiyse Dye-works ; Registry Offioe for Servants ; Tea and Coffee ara minute's notioe. — M_ts ADAMS, Saunders' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. Pnblle Notices " iSOwTATKINSON ; MONTHLY NCKSE, Barnett St.— Opposite Old Men's Home, ■ 6 120 FOR SAtE } /COMFORTABLE 4 Roomed House, \J and j[ Aore of lsnd. Garden plsmeo witb obolov. fruit trees. Apply to '• thomas painter, 6 129 Alford Fur est ituad. a MEETING of Clubs interested il XjL the improvement of tbe Domain Sports ground will be held m the Count} Oounolrs Offloos on FRIDAY, 21.t lost., at 7.30 p.m. 6*121 WE BEG to notify that all accounts due to us must be settled with Mr J. O. I»BSTa_,L on or beforq ths 30ib lost, Failing settlement by that date legal proceeding will be taken for their recovery. 6 81 McCALLUM & CO. Money. ** mHE undersigned has va.loUß sums oi I money 'to lend. _ FROM £60 to £1000. ; Upon Freehold and other approved securities at current ratea of Interest. JOHN G. RESTELL. 6+63 Oommisslon Agent. fmm BSBBS TT^ILDXNG O T BWIB BOLIOITOES AND HOTABIES PUBLIO i Btonbtt Btrkbt ASHBU ETON. ME OHABLES BBADDBLL has entered ' onr Offioe as Managing Clerk m plaoj of Mr OlattoV, who is jeaving th« D strict. Mi Braddell will be m daily commnnio-tion with oar Head Office m Obriscchnr-h, and wil) receive Instructions from Clients. MEWD-DINO will visit ABhburton every Thursday aud on all Oonrt dajs. 4f ~M TENDERS. ' "| ff RENDERS are invited for extensive J. additions m Briok co the Ashburton < Woollen Faotory. Plans and Speo.fioations to be seen at the Faotory, Aehburton, aod at the Architect's Offioe, Duaedin, until SATURDAY, Juoe 22nd, Lowest or any Tender not necessarily aooipted. Tenders to be m not later than TUE3- --• DAY, June 25tb, addressed to HENKY F. HARDY, Arohlteo'. to the Mosgiel Woollen Go., Limi.fl-i Dunedlo. 6*90 (j^ARLES JJRADDELL Licensed Lav* br ° ke * , aiul A Y ? ,uat Q 0 ore0 r e , under "The Land ?<****** Act, 1385.' ESTATE, HOUSE. LAND, A ?,P Mm GENEBAL COMMISSION Au_? H ™ OFFICE— BoawETX Stbkbt, Next to "Mail" Offioe. 6f91 '' *■ I . a I -_— _— a.^ CIRODLATING LIBRARY," NOW OPEN, containing Works of History, Biography Travel, Adventure, Solence. and Fiction by Humorous and popular Authors. The Library contains a variety of Literatnre from Grlm's Fancy Tales, Jules Verne's, and R. M, Bsllant-pne's Works for the youife, to Joseph Cook's, Famous Lectures, Macaulay Essays aj_d Works of Hume, Smith, de Qolncey and othersr Subscription— Monthly, Is 6d; quarterly, 3s 6d ; half-yearly, 6i ; per annum, 10s 6i. The payment of subscription and a half, entitles a Subscriber to take ooi Two Worka at a time. All Subscriptions strictly Cash. H. M. J9NEB. WAKANUI ROAD DISTRIOT. ELECTION OF EXTRA MEMBER FOR NO. 3 WARD. r HEREBY klfo notice la pur 8a3 no* of tho provisions of ihe "The Road Boards' AY, 1882," and opiendment. thereto, and "The Regulation of Looal Elections • Ac*, 1876," an Eleotlon of ONE PERSON to represent No. 3 Ward, on the Board of the Waknnnt Road Dlstrlot wil bo held at NewlrndiSohoolhouse, on TUESDAY, July 2nd, 1889. Nomination of Oandldales moat ba made m fche form oet foith m the second i*ohodu ; e o? tbe laat mentiont'd Ac', ad drees3d to the Ruturaing Offioo.-, and delivered at tho Nowlaada Sohr.olhonsa at, or before NOON, on TCESDAY, the 25:h day of Jnno, 1889. NomluaVion forms on appHoatlon. E. J. FOOKS, I 6J115 R«wn)»g 0«?er»

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2153, 20 June 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2153, 20 June 1889

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