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Wanted PRESENTS— We aro giving Proaente to every piiToha*or of 2b 6d and pwards m Drapery, Boots, Clothing, :c. — H. C SkgeßS, Melford Hoiihc. \1 1 AN 'KD Kouwu- The " Str.UKV "' W &.t" li>-i is ru(»»cl'.l«'-K '•" r> --'I! y • cd cum o. , —W. 11. LoLTJjiii. ►-The Oopoi-.*' 6 78 TV7~ ANTED Kuown— After onca waarW lug '* Strong- Wear " Boots ycu ?11l dUoard all othera. — W, H. Collier, ' The Corner."" 0 79 W ~ANTED Known. — That I have removed to moie centrally aiturttod Premie oa next Menrra W . Zindor and J. Kant etrett. — 1. VV. Hardley, Plumber, Gaefitter, and Tinsmith, 5J198 4 * 'ANTED Known. — Handsome YV Presents to ovory Purchaser to the ralue of 2s Od and upwardß of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &c — ii. C. SkgExs, Melford [loose, MBS Konnoly and Miss Cameron, Dreaßmukors, Moore St. Tcaciiere of the Dn-Hecutting aud fittingLessons daily, Special arrangemente tor country pupils Terms ou applicationJ, -OR genolne Aahourton Tweea Suit*. J ready-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prioes unequalled, go to R. Aloorn, Aahburton Olothing Mart, Saunders" Bulldlnga, W r ANTED Known — Buy your Drapery boot*, Clothing, &c., at Melford House. A substantial Present to every purohaser 2a6dand upwards. — H. C. SKGERB, Molford House. / REAT porchaae by Robert Alcorn \_JT f rom tne Liquidator of the Ashburton Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, FlauneU, Ruga, Bblrt logo, and Ladles' Dress Tweeds, bale now on at the Asbburton Clothing Man {Saunders' Buildings. WANTED Kqowq— That Miss E. Bimmonds, Pupil of Mr R. Wood, having scoured a room at Sauoderis' Bulldlnga, la prepared to taka Pupils for tbe violin ; will also wait on Pupils at tbelr homes If required, — Miss E. SimMOKD9, Creek Ro*a, Allenton, 6 65 , . |3E_JD THIS— New Fancy Goods ; Ar. J_|; Needlework requisites ; Toya, Stationery, Tobacconist's goods ; Madame Weigel'a P-tterua ; Agent for Eoiipse Dye. works ; Registry Offioe for Servants ; Ted and Coffee ut a inluuiu'a notice. — Mrs Adams, oaaudota' Buildings, oppoalte Railway station. Public NotlCß3 WE BE'J to notify that all accounts due to us must be settled with Mr J. G. Bkstell on or before the 30th met. Failing settlement by that date legal proceeding will bo taken for their recovery. 6 81 McCALLUM & CO. ~~ Money. THE undersigned, has various sums of money f to lend. bRO_I £50 io £1.00. Upon Freehold and other approved securities at current rates of Interest. JOHN G. RES i ELL. 6t63 Commisßion Agent. Oharles X>raddell Licensed Landoroker and Valuator unaor '■ The Lund Traaefor Act, 1885. ESTATE, HOUbE. LaND, AND GENERAL CUMMiSoiON AGENT. — * OFFICE— BDKNKTT Street, J Noxt to •' Mail " Office. Gt«L' TENDERS. ft RENDERS are invited for extensive \_ additions m Brick to tho Aahburton Woollen Factory, Plans and Spoo.tioutionß to be aoon at tho Factory, Abhourton, aua at tbe Architect's Uflico, Duuedin, until SATURDAY, JuiiO _2nd. Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted . Tenders to bo m not later than TUESDAY, June 25tb, addressed to HEINuY F. HARDY, Architect to ihoMoßgul Woollen Co., Limited, Dunodin. o*9o J^EWIS bOLIOITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIO Bttknett Street ASHBURTON. MR CHARLES BRADDELL baa entere onr Office as Managing Clerk inplaca of Mh Olaytoh, who ia leaving tho D.Btrict. Mi Braddell will be m daily communication our Head Office m O-riecchuri-h, and will receive Instructions from Clients, MR WILDING will visit Asbburton every j Thursday a_d oa all Court days. 4f ! CIRCULATING LIBRARY, NOW OPEN, containing Works of History, Biography Travel, Adventure, Solenoe and Fiotlon by Humorous ana popular Authors. Tha Library contains a variety oi 'Literature from Grlm's Fanoy Tales, Jaies Verne'e, and R. M, Ballantyne'a Works for tho young, to Joseph Cook's, Famous Lectures, Mauuulay Essayß and Works of Hume, Smith, de Quluoty ana others. Subscription — Monthly, Is 6i ; quarterly, 3a 6d ; half-yearly, 6i ; per auuam, 10a 6J. The payment of sab■orlptlon and a half, entltlea a Subscriber ,to take out Two Worka at a time. All Subiarlptlona atriotly Oaah. H. M. JONES. TKEEB. TEEES. r BEG to thank my Friends aud the J_ Publio for their gonerous support during tbe last 14 years, and to intimate tbat 1 bave roudy for this seauou'e ( planting the Largest and Beet Btock of Trees of ell kinds ever offered In this District. Including, — 30,00$ APPLE TREES 6,000 CEERKY TREES 4,000 PEAR TREfciS 3,000 PLUM TREkS 3,000 PEACH TREKS iOO APRICOT TKEttH 9,000 WALNUT TREES — ALKO~- \ Nectarines, OjuiucoH, Filberts, Goohoberrieß, Currant^ &c, m grotu vario'.y, ami an innumerably quautny of Forout J rets of i.U kinds auiutbio for Timber, Shelter, and Shade, &v well _w Ornamental 'j roes, fchruba, Hedge Piantß, and Rohob m end'eKH variety. Everyih ng worth p.'aJitlug, IOI)J the L-cot'.b jiLUih^r to lhe g an:<i oi lb- Fuiodv. To Mhicl f .W> .<-»_J-;rt i.i making their mI BAii.p.eri or "i ro ihau 00 aoru of kef-pin,' r.yy on may :o h '>v '^ lb" : hop '.i i.Khfl'.H tl. KALY ATI) C(>, i -Z* 1 ' tr»H-t, wli' to or • «■'. ■. vj j 1 ho rec ivoii. < at.iogucb t'er w_Tui.'d v any ad.ln; .:■ on .ippi.caai>h \ Tliua. Kl'i vl^Y, I'iho NuieerioH, Ashourton, ,177 fcouth Lad of Truffio Bridge.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2155, 22 June 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2155, 22 June 1889