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1.1 LOST. BUNOH of keys, between Post Offioe „ _ nrn n „ nk „,„ and Digby'. Bridge. Finder re- OAFE DE PARIS " pa"cr d "^ * °6 173 OABHEL STRBET « CH -K "OHUROH STR4.YED Into my yard on Mondoy Tj l A PTJIM Afi night, Jane 24 b, a B»y Pony Mare, _ . x l • L Ti lXJ r\' ajJn . about fourteen bauds with bridle aud Deßireo respectfully to inform his formo f B.ddle on„ Owner oan have same by j P atroM and the publio of Canter: ury thn , P»ymg expenses. — Apply to P. Devanjs ne Daß a Ashbnrton Hotel. June 27th, 1889. Again Entered into Possession 6 174 0f tuiß woll-known Oaf 6, and has openei r ] ____-__________«_____________________________. tho eume from I T HAVE for fale Mb Peteb Innis' SATURDAY, APRIL 6th. B X Earm at Wakanul, contusing 150 Under his own management, when ho wil Acres of the best land iv that far-famed cater for them la the same manner a ' district. ALWAYS BEARS HEAVY hitherto. He therefore relies upon then OROPS. Prompt application iB neoeesary to aocord him that liberal support whiol otherwise the Farm will be withdrawn they formerly extended to him, and ii from sale. retnrn he will guarantee that everything I D. THOMAS, will be provided m a thoroughly roohercb . 6t163 Ashburton. Btyle " The services of a first -class Pianist havi been eecured to provido Operatio am l\YiYiT TiT! TV I T-TH other selections during lunoheon and tea, ■ RINK lIE PARIS Meals at all hours. AlAlllV J/14 JL iUUM Evcellent Hotel Accommodation. Thi — — best liquors of every description supplied THE J Oharges Moderate- 3*Bl HATANDCAPI — CAEMYAL w.H.COLLIEB POSTPONED POSTPONED till "TBE COBNEF," SATURDAY Trrxri on TS now snowing a NEW and OHOIOE «l UNJIi 29th. X STOOK of GOODS m all DepartOn acoount of the wet weather. ments for tbe Winter Season, — Dress Materials from 6_d The Rink will be open as usual Flushes and Fanoy Trimmings 2s lid WEDNESDAY iaSftSftSaSff'^ .., Rugs and Austrian Blankets from li 6d OOMING— Children's Ulsters MA DCI CVI V/CCTCCJ ladles' Jackets and Ulsters IVIMDCIL. OTL-V CO IC W Children's Hoods, Hats, and Pelisses n ii,rum«„ «, Gents' Scarves and Odllars R. ELSTON, Manage t Men's Cardigans from 4s 6d White Kid Gloves 2s 6d -— — ■—■ Boys' Suits— all sizes EXCELSIOR OOAOH FACTORY. Men's Suits, Colonial Tweed, from 30s — — Tweed Trousers 7s 6d VV\ HIOKZS Baddl ° T * eed Bult 8, Overcoats and OOAOH-BUILDER AND WHEEL- X_ to ct%^ at I and °*P B ' all Bha P 08 ' WRIGHT, BURNETT St. fchirt8 ' Box ' &0, » (Next -'Maii." Officii, Ashbubton.) BOLE AGENT FOR THE WTT HAVlNGhaken over the above « STKONG-WEAR " BOOT. •11b deportment from H. Pagst w*. begs to inform the public of Ashburton The Best Boot for the Coin try •nd surrounding distrlots that he haß The Best Boot for the Town commenoed bbalnesa m the above line, For comfort m walking, durability of ™X, ra !}' fe Btr i ot " kie » vlon t0 » a,ne ' wear and economy m price the "Sta-one oombined with moderate charges, to merit Wear " Boot is the finest Boot m th a fair ahare of patronage. Colony, Every description of vehloles made to — _ order. Speolal attention will be devoted Evbby Paib Branded. to repairs. Traps repainted, eto, on — shortest notice. Note tbe Address — Try it once and you will never wear any BURNETT STREffiT, otter. NMI iStSL o*™*'0 *™*' The Soundest V^ m Ashburton. W. H. COLLIER frlend^a^^^^ " THE CORNER.^ patronage they have bestowed opon me 6 " I for tha paat two years, and truat tbat a oootfnoarioa of tho same will be bestowed on Mn W. Hioks. " . • ■ W. H. PAGET i WINTER SEASON 1889 ASHBURTON WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES AGAIN TO THF FRONT, Viz., BLANKETS, RUGS, TWEEDS, FLANNELS, PLAIDINGS, SHIRTINGS, Eto. SEl£ WINDOWS! BEE WINDOWS! BLANKETS from 14s Gd per Pair Tbe Tweeds are specially purohased for SUITS TO MEASURE cm £2 12s 6d UPWABDS. A Beautiful line of TRAVELLING RUGS at a very low price, i>*J?.lSl^^ rf General Drapery I. now comply lv alMlues, ASHBURTON DREBS TWEEDS from Is lO.d per yard MITCHELL & TURNER KAIAPOI HOUSE TANORED STREET, n.mS? TE ~ OOMh "' X *" FarM V '°° '" A " ,b """ 1 '<>•« Pocchwer. o«« p.roel. Drain and Field Pipes, •it I -FOR SALEj ALL SIZES IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES, i _ ALSO— PLOUGH-SBABES BLUESTONE , DERWENT AND KIDNJ3Y POTATOES SEED WHEAT _j*d OATS. And a GENEBAL ASSORTMENT OP FARM AND STATION STORES. GEOEGB JAMESOIST ASABURTON AND RAKAIA, W, GREGG AND COMPANY, PUKE BLENDED TEAS, NEW SEASON, 1888-9, J i» 1« PACKETS, 2,u PAWOT OANISTERS A*n Blb and Ilb TINP TEY TfISE BLENDS. • TRY THESE BLENDS (I IROWN ) [ EAGLE ) fi exhibit^)) [( CLO B|] \!! X \J \T rilb -<_/ VP erlb -/ >^ per lb.// A TRIAL WILL ESTABLISH THEIR CKMSTANTOSE; To be obtained fro m JOHN ORR & CO. , EAST STREET ASHBURTQN^

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2159, 27 June 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2159, 27 June 1889

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