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TEEE&* TEEES* I BEG to thank my Friends and tt Publio for ih r gen»MoUB suppo during the last 14 yeara, and to iutimai .v that I have ruudy for this season tB planting the Largest and Best Stook < to Trees of all kinds ever offered m thi Distriot, including, — 30,000 APPLE TREES 6,000 OEERItY TREES v 4,000 PKAR TREKS 11 3,000 PLUM TREaS • 3,000 PEAOH TREES fOO A PRICO r tre m 9,000 WAUSUT TUBES — Also — c Nectarines, Quinces, Filberts, Goose t, berries, Ourranta, &o, m great variety r and an innumerable quantity of Fores t. Trees of all kinds suitable for Timbei _ Shelter, and Shade, bb well aa Ornamenta Trees, Shrubs, fledge Plants, and Rose" U ,\ "nd'eßK variety. EUery hny worU ; p'anu.ig, Irom th-" .^oot h . . <i.h;-r oib i g.ania of th-j Forest. To flßßist Cnsfomera m making tbei: - selection samples of more than 50 sorts o: keeping Appieß may be seen at the thoj r of Mebbes J. Scaly and Co., East Btreet 6 where orders will be reoeived, • * Catalogues forwarded to any address oi application. THua. SEALY, • The Nurseries, Ashburton, • 177 South End of Traffio Bridge. 0 ~ — : - 8 i VV. H* COLLIEB _ 1 "THE COENEB," t T 8 now showing a NEW and OHOIOE I J. STOCK of GOODS m all Departj ments for the Winter Season. Dreaß Mateiialß from 6&d - Plushes and Fancy Trimmings 2s lid fchoetings, 2yds wide, from B_i Blankets from lis 6d pair Rugs and Austrian Blankets from 6i 6d Chridren's Ulsters ladles' Jaokets and Ulsters Children's Hoods, Hats, and Pelisses Gents' Scarves and Collars Men's Cardigans from 43 6d White Kid Gloves 2a 6d Boys' Suits— all Bizes Men's Buita, Colonial Tweed, from 30s Tweed Trousers 7b 6d Saddle Tweed (Suits, Overcoats and | Macintoshes, Bats and Oaps, all shapes, bhirts, Sox, <&0., &o. • BOLE AGENT FOR THB "STEONG-WEA.E" BOOT. The Best Boot for the Country The Best Boot for the Town For comfort m walking, durability of wear and economy m price the " Strong Wear " Boot is the finest Boot m th Colony. Evbby Paib Branded. Try it once and you will never votar any other. The Soundest Value m Ashburton, W. H. COLLIER "THE CORNER/ 6*77 .._■■ ■ __——_—-— !___., - I I ■■— -,__.!■ ■ |, | „.,.,.- ■ „—_«»

■ — sm, , t: - ANDREW 088. 0 i b TTTANTED Known— That for hig YV ola»a Drapery, Clothing and 800 - at economical prloes, you must go I 1' AitDßiw Obr. ) — 1 r *-pO the Lsdles-Juat purchased fif; • JL Ladles' Jackets at my own prloe ;wi , be sold at 10. 6i to 15s G a.— Andr?/ Obb, WANTED Known—A large purchas of the Asbburton blsnkets bough ( a great bargain, will be sold at 14i 61 fo ' the month of July only. — Andrew Orb POBLIO Opinion—The Bvtri an. OQnapeßt. Bouoe for wedding oir fit* family m uruin&, and all olasses of goods Is Andbkw Orb's. WANTED KNOWN —That Andbm Obb will oontlnue the Great Sal of J. Orr's and Oo's Btook uutll the 31s Jnly. WANTED Known.— Jost purohasec an Importer's Stook of Ladles Bags at little over half prioe ; nearly 301 bags to ohoose from.— -Andrew Orb'i Sale. LISTEN to yonr wives, they will tel yoa that Andrew Orb. la Sellln; all classes of Goods at 25 per een Obeaper than any other House. MABONIO BALL 3rd Jnly— Jus! opened a beautiful assortment ci Ladles' Material foi Ball Dresses ; nlo< Goods, A, ORR'S SALEEXOBLSIOR OOAOH FAOTORY. W. £OK9 OOAOH-BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT, BURNETT St. (Next "Mail" Ofpiob, Ashbubton.) WTT HAVING tak&n over tho above ■Xl* department from H. Paget bega to inform tbe pnblio of Ashbnrton •nd surrounding districts tbat he has oommenoed business In the above line, and trusts by strict attention to sa<ne, combined with moderate oharges, to merit a fair share of patronage. Every description of vehicles made to order. Special attention will be devoted to repairs. Traps repainted, eto, on shortest notloe. Note the Address— BURNETT BTREET, Nbxt «• Mau, " Offiob, Ashbnrton. In reference to tbe above I thank my friends and the pablio for the liberal patronage they have bestowed upon me for tha past two years, and trust tbat a oontlnoaoos of the same will be bestowed on Mb W. Hioks. W. H. PAGET. ■

WINTER SEASON, 1889 ASHBURTON WOOLLEN MANUFACTUBES AGAIN TO THF FRONT, Viz., BLANKETS, RUGS, TWEEDS, FLANNELS, PLAIDINGS, SHIRTINGS, Exo. SEE WINDOWSTSEE WINDOWS ! BLANKETS from 14s 6d pet Pair Tho Tweeds are speolally purchased for SUITS TO MEASURE om £m\ 12s 6d UPWARDS. A Beautiful line of TRAVELLING RUGS at a very low prloe. Onr WINTER STOOK of General Drapery la now complete In all Hues, Including a speolal line. of-*-ASHBURTON DRESS TWEEDS from Is lOJd per yard MITCHELL & TURNER KAIAIPOI HOUSE TANORED STREET, NOTE— Coach or Rail Fares Free to Ashbnrton to all purchasers of £6 paroels rom us. Drain and Field Pipes, -FOR SALEALI, SIZES IN LABGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES ALSO — PLOUCrH-SffARES BLuESTONE DERWENT AND KIDNEY POTATOES SEED WHEAT and OATS. And a GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FARM AND STATION STORES. GEOEGE JAMESON ASHBURTON AND RAKAIA. XV. GREGG AND COMPANY, pur:e blended teas* NEW SEASON, 1888-9, Aim lv? PAOKETS, 2x,b FAttOY CANISTERS akd slb a*d Ilb TINP TRY TfISE BLEND& TRY THESE BLEEDS ((CROWN )) (l EAGLE )) ((exhibit^ jl (l C L U B )] \\perlb.^r \^per_b. Ji \^per lb. JJ U per lb# JJ A TRTAL WILL ESTABLISH m_Y& OOSSTANTUSE To be obtained from JOHN ORR & CO. EAST STREET ABHBURTON. i I

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2162, 1 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2162, 1 July 1889

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