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Pnblic "Notices *TITE ARTS NOW PREPARED TO W SUPPLY Field Pipss FOR DRAINAGE, J, 3. 4, 6 and 12 INCH?] OV& OWN MAKE In any quantity. FRIEDLANDER BR®3. CißOPL:Vrrrvo i^b-art, now OPKIS, vs&fteU:;-; Y*\?rk* of Fietary, Biography Travel,. Advarttore, Science and Fiction by Hamocoas aud popular Authors. The Library contaloa a variety of Literature from Grim* Fancy Tales, Jalea Verne's, and R, M, Ballant]>ne's Works for the young, to Joseph Cook's, Famous Lectures, Macaulay Eesays and Works of Home, Smith, de Qaincy and 'then* Subscription — Monthly, Is 6d ; quarterly, 3s 6d ; half-yearly, 6s ; per annum, 10a 63. The payment of sub■orlptlon and a half, entitles a Subscriber to take oat Tiro Works at & time. All Sabicriptions etrSctly Oaah « H. M. JONES. FOUR MONEY CANNOT be better Invested than In purohaalag a COMPLETE MEDICINE OHEST containlog 0 jlemane and Sons' Euoalyptl Remedies. For a PoitalNote for 12a 61 the following remedies will be sent, enclosed In a Neat Box, to any address, post paid : — 1 Bottle Euoalyptl Extraot, 1 pot Victory Ointment, 1 box each Indies and Gents Liver Pills, 1 pot Euoslypti Honey, 1 box voice Louanges, 1 Oake Eucalypti 15oap. Foil diteotlons for ose enoloeed All cafe and Bt>re remedies. Beware of Imitations. See that you get Oolemane and Sons' Eaealvptl and no other. Wholesale and Betail Agent. W. J. ALEXANDER, 142 Oashel St. , Chrlatobarob, Ho whom orders are to be seat. Send for olrculars. 7 80 Wanted Known, I HAVE 20,000 PINTJS IFBIGNIS One year old. 12,000 PINUS INSIGNUS Two ye« old, transplanted, 60,000 CUPBEB3UB MACBOCABPA One year old. 12,000 2 Years Old XRaWBPLANTBD. The above lines will be gold very oheap. APPLE TREES 3 Yearß Old, Bore bolt last year, olean and good sorts Is 6d each. Inspection Invited, Piloe Hit on application* AH octal oarefully and seourely packed and delivered at Railway station for whloh no obarse li made* N.B.— Note the address. JAMES PORTER, NarserymaD, Clifton Narsery AU»ntnn, Aahhurton. GOOD NEWS! GOOD NEWS! ONETEK CLEARING SALE NOW ON AX THE NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory. Previous to takln? 8»o^r. j We Offer yoo RkaL, GKNUINE, SUBSTANTIAL G OD3. (OUB OWN M.KB) ACTUALLY BELOW COST. FOR YOUR EE^DY ?dON..Y. Every artfele In our Vx'.cnalve .Stock, conslatiog "f Mft.'* ar d Boys' Olothing, Ra^s t Sh'rte, H :s, etc, re'toc d to prices nneqaa'ied, tbna erabllng people of limited m^ans ttie opportonliy of dressing and olothing ti-emsalvea and their children for a email sum. SPECIAL— MEASURE SUITS from £HGs Trousers to measure from 16s 9d COMPARI-ON 13 THE *TRUE TEST . OF VALUE, Everybody invited, no one praised to boy Werthoim Sewloe; Machines on euy time Payments. STEW ZSAIiAND Clothing Factory. Wn~. WEBBER, Manager. Immense Success W. W SPENCEB. HAYING met with suoh decided Success during the COMPULSORY SALE, I HAVE DECIDED TO HOLD IT Six Week's Longer All the Present BTOOK must be cleared out at once, to make rocm for Shipments now Landing. 100 Ladles' Short Jackets, newest shapes, at half price 55s Jackets tor 255, 353 6d for 16i 6d, 27s 6d for 13a 6d, 25s for 11s 64 Ulsters at half price Women's and Children's Straw Hatr, Denes'* bhapes from 3i eaoh Good Heavy Dresi Tweeds, 6Ji 4 oly fingering Wools, all Oolots. Is * lid the Ib JHen'i Saddle Tweed f uits, 45s for Men'e Colonial Tweed Suits, 37s 6d for 30s Man's Cardigan Jackets, 2s lid each BOOTS & SHOES AT A DISCOUNT OF ! 48 IN THE <£♦ ] W". W. "'■ pencer THE ARCADE,""-

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2175, 17 July 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2175, 17 July 1889

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