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G. W- Taylob & Co. General Auctioneers, Land and Eutate Agonie, 20, Oollinß Stroet West, Melbourne, Are prepared to undertake Sales of Free- 1 holdPr sporty, Household Furniture, Merchandise, etc. Liboral advances made on goods for unreserved sale. Monthly list of Jf royuny for sale, or to let, iesued free Loans negotiated, Absentees represented lnßuranoes effboted, oharges moderate settlements prompt. Laud Baled conducted Williamson and Preece, TAILORS AND HABIT MAKBRS (Latb ov London and Birmingham , LIVBBY & MILITARY UNIFOBMB. LADIES 1 HABIT3 AND JACKETS Made In the Latest Styles. TOWN~HALL, EAST STBEET, ASH B U R T O N, 12 138 600 WANTED TO PUUOHASIb P. O'CONNELL'S TENTS- TENTS. TENTS. FLAGB, TARPAULINS. NETS HORBE CLOTHING, HALTERS, OILSKIN CLOTHING, LOIN OLOTH COACH AND BUGGY APBONB, GARDEN AND DELIVERY HOSE. BUTTBRB, APRONS AND ELEVATORS For all makes of Machines; HAMfcS. i- LOUGH AND LEADING CHAINS, SADDLERY, Eto. Marquee Tents, rotmd or rqnare, for sale and on hire. P. O'CONNKLL, Al TENT DEPOT. Moore Street, Asbbarton (Next Boya .. (1 f I ; f MUB VALDE FAOIMU (•• W hat we do we do well.") THJJOHRISTOtIUROHDBNTAI SURGERY, 168.Gashel Utroefc, Ohriatchnroh, iixt Ro^ini son *■ Boot Store, and at the Octagon, Dnnedin. All at Btiiotly uniform and moderate Consultation free. & m^RiTAm) go.. BURGEON DBNTIBTS. wmauT "tcl . sr, witjiteiiU PITKOHb OXIDE GAS administered Thlo AucOitheilo leaves no nnplei>Bant cffeotß, and by Its uee the extraction of Bad Stumps and Teeth 1b rendered perfectly Painless end Effotlvo. Administered dally „■ Fee for administration if Gas, si. Extraction, 2« Gi a tooth. Hoars of stteodnnce, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Private residence, .93 East Belt. The acknowledged eoportotlly of AMERICAN DENTISTKY In the constraoiion of Artificial Teath, the most Qnldhed workmanship, and replacing the tost teeth TEMPORARILY ALMOST IMMEDIATELY after extraction, have established onr reputation, A single Artificial Tooth, 10a, complete set, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Permanent £10 10s ; Artificial Teeth and Dentures made by other dentists e modelled at small oost. Silp^lng Soallng Perfeot and Painless . BXOELSIOR 00A0H FACTORY. W. HIOKB COAOH-BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT, BURNETT St. (Next "Mail" Offiob, ashbueton.) tTT TJ HtAVING taken over the above YV •11, department from H. PaOM begs to Inform the pnbllo of Ashborbn ind snrronndlng dlatcipts that be bae aommenoed buslnoßß in the above (line, ind trasts by strict attention to eaiie, somblned with moderate oharges, to merit i fair share of patronage. Every description of vebloles made to 3tfder. Special attention will be devoted bo repairs. Traps repainted, eto, on shortest notice. Note the Address— BURNETT STREET, Nbxx "Mail" Office, Ashbnrton. In referenoe to the above I thank mj friends and the public for the Hbera patronage they have bestowed apon mt For the past two years, and trust that i uontlnnanoe of the same will be bestowed on Me W. Bioks. W. H. PAGET. BAKER BEOS., BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS, &o. Corner Wakanul Road and Cms street (Nxxx CbmxbaXi Hotbl.) Or*t Bake* and Brown's Coach Factor; Havelook street. (Next xhb Coubt Houbb.) 29 J^EWI SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC BrfRNETT BTRHBT ASEBU ETON. MR CHARLES BRADDELL has ontoro our Office tiß Managing Clerk in plaos of Ml Clayton, who is leaving the D Btriot. M Braddoll will be in daily communication wit onr Head Office in Chriecchuroh, and wil rocoivo ins true tions from Clienta, MR WILDING wiU visit Ashbnrton ever Tburid^y ana 90 »U Ogart day«, '

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2170, 11 July 1889

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