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Pnblie Motlcea Charles JDraddell Licensed Land^rnker and Valuator under ' Th- Lsnd Transfer Act, 1885.' E3TATE, HOHSE. LAND, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. OFFlCE— Bubnett Btrbkt, Noxt to "Mail" Office. 6f91 /CIRCULATING LIBRARY, NOW \J OPEN, containing Works of History, Biography Travel, Adventure, feoience and Flotion by Humorous and popular Authors. The Library contains a variety of Llteraturo from Grlm'a Fanoy Tales, Jnlss Vent's, and R. 11. Ballantyne's Works for the young, to Joseph Cook's, Famous Jjeoturos, Macanloy Essays and Works of Hume, Smith, de Qalnoey and therr, SubeorlpUon — Mootb.ly, la 6:1 ; .quarterly, 3s 6d ; half-yearly, 63 ; per annum, 10s 6i. The payment of tubloriptiob and a half, entitles a Snbsorlber to take out Two Works at 1 time. ▲11 Subscription* strictly Cash. H. M. JONES.

GRATEF UL—COMFOBTING EPPS'SIOCOA BREAKFAST. BY a tboiough knowledge of the natural . laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of weir selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided oud breakfast tables with a delicately flavourey bevenge which may save us many heavf doctor^ bills. It is by the judicious use oy such articles of diet that a constitution may be built up until strong enough to rssist evere tendency to disease. Hundreds of snbtl maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure food and a properly nourished frame. — An article m the Civil Service Gazette Made simply with boiling water or mil Bold m i-lb packets by Grooersjabelled thus— JAMES EPPS & 00., HOMCBOPATHIO OEBMIBTB LONDON. ENGLAND;

Wanted Known. I HAVE 20,000 PINUS IffSIGNIS One year old, 12,000 PINUS INBIGNUS Two year old, transplanted. 60,000 CUPEEBSUS MACKOCABPA One year old. 12,000 2 Years Old TRANSPLANTED. Tbe above lines will be sold very obeap. APPLE TREES 3 Tears Old, Bore fruit Use year, olean and good sorts Is 8d eaoh. Inspection Invited. Price list on application; All orders oarefnlly and seonrely psoked and delivered at Railway station for wbioh no charge Is made* N.B.— Note the address, JAMES PORTER, Nurseryman, Ollfton Nursery Al)»ntnn, Ashburton. ~GOOD NEWS!

GOOD NEWS! If OlftTEB CLJEABING SALE VOW ON AT THE NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory. Previous to taking Siook, We Offer you RKAL, GENUINE, SUBSTANTIAL GOODS. (OUB OWK MiKB) ACTUALLY BELOW COST.

FOR YOUR READY MON -Y. Every artlele In our Extensive Stock, oonslatlog of Men* and Boys' Olothing, Rage, Bhlrto, H»tp, etc, reduced toprloea aneqaalled, thus enabling people of limited means the opportuni y of dressing. «nd olo»hlng themselves and their children for a imall sum. SPECIAL— MEASURE SUITS from JIHOi Trousers to measure from 16s 9d COMPARISON I3~THE TBUE TEST OF VALUE, Vrerybody Invited, no one prened to bay

Wtrthelm Sewing Maohlnei on easy time Poymeoti.

NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory. W."hT WEBBER, Manager. Immense Success W. W SPENCEB. HATING met with inoh deoided Success during the COMPULSORY SALF, I HAVE DECIDED TO HOLD IT

Six Week's Longer ▲11 the Present STOCK mast be clewed oat at once, to make rocm foi Shipments now Landtag. 100 ladles' Shorl Jiekets, neireit shapes, at balf prloe 55c l4eketi tot 26i, 85s 6d for 16i 6d, 27»6d for 13s 6d, Sss for 11s 6d UUteis »t balf prlos Women's *n& Oblldren's Btraw Hatr, newest ftbapet from 3i esoh Good Heavy Dress Tweeds, 6£d 4 nly fingering Wools, all Dolors, Is lid the lb Meo'a Saddle Tweed fi'nits, 4Tn for 39c 6d " i Meo'» GolorJ.tS T^ted Salfs, 37fl 6i foe 30s Men's Oofd'gsp Jackets, 2s lid each BOOTS & SHOESi AT A DISCOUNT OF W. W* Spencer THE ARCADE,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2176, 18 July 1889

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