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G. W* Taylor & Co. General Auctioneers, Land and Estate Agents, 20, Collins Street West, Melbourne, Are prepared to undertake Sales of Freehold Property, Household Furniture, Mer.chaudj^e, etc. Liberal advances made on goods for unreserved sale. Monthly liet of Property for Bale, or to let, issued free Loans negotiated, Absentees represented insurances! effooted, charges moderate settlements prompt. Laud sales conducted

Williamson and Preece, TAILORS AND HABIT MAKERS (Lath or London and Bibmingham , LIVERY & MILITARY UNIFORMS. LADIES' HABITS AND JACKETS Made m the Latest Styles. townThall, east sxeejst, ASHBURTON. 12 138

500 WANTED TO PUBOHASBi P. G'CONNELL'S TENTS. TENTS. ' TENTS. FLAGS, TARPAULINS, »£TB HOBSE CLOTHING, HALTERS, OILSKIN CLOTHING, LOINCLOTH COACH AND BUGGY APBOKS. GARDEN AND DELIVERY HOSE. BUTTBBS, APBONbTa^ID ELEYATOBS jPor all make* of Machiueai , HAMEB. ir LOUGH AMD LEADING ' OHAINB, SADDLERY, ETC. Marquae Tenta, ronnd or fquare, foe sale, and on hire. . . . . . . P. O^ONNKLL, Al TENT DEPOT; Moore Btreet, Ashbarton (Next Boya QUODEAOi£Ji 7-i.COS *L-Jf«J' ("■What we do we do well.") '

THifi, 0 HR IS T O U U BO H I> E N TAL . ■. , SUBGEBY,: i ,16$Caihel btroet, Ohriatchnrch,.noxt Bobin> ion '•Boot Store, and at the Octagon. Dnnedin. AU )perat|onpat Btriotly nnifonn anq mpdt?rat«, 1, . "Ooninltajaon free_. j , „ ..; ".. S. toBBSIAKD CO., 8UB&EON DBNTISTB. •■ ■ - ■ S5 WlUtt.Tßl'ul SITROUb OXIDE GAS administered Thia Aueestheilo leaves no nnpleAßant effects, and by Its use the extraction of Bad Stumps and Teeth is rendered perfeoily Painleea tmd .Effective, Administered daily. Fee for administration of Gaa, sa. Extraction, 2a 6i m tooth. Honra of attendance, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Private residence, 93 East Belt. The acknowledged (superiority of AMERICAN DENTISTRY In the oonatrootion of Artificial Teath, the moat fintdhod workmanuhlp, and replaolog the lost teeth TEMPORARILY ALMOST IMMEDIATELY after extraotlon, have eßtabitshed oar reputation, A alnule Artificial Tooth, 10a, complete aefc, Upper and Lower, Temporary and Petmaneat £10 10s ; Artificial Teeth and Dentarei made by other dentistt c modelled at small oost. Stlp^lng Soallng Perleot' and Palnleii, j

EXCELSIOR COAOH FACTORY. T7V. HICKS OOAOH-BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT, BURNETT St. (Next "Mail" Offiob, AskßuaTON.) CTT TT HAVING taken over the above tY:«JJ.O department from H. Paohi begs to inform the publio of Ashbarton and; Bdrronndlng dlatriota tbat be has commenced buainu«s m tha above lino, and; trosta by strict attention to aaoie, oombined with moderate obarges, to 1 merit a fair share of patronage. Every description of vehicles made to order. Special attention will be devoted to irepaVrs. Traps repainted, etc, on shortest notice. Note tbe Address— BURNETT STREET, Next "Mail" Office, ABbbnrton. In reference to the above I thank my frlenda and the pnbiio for the liberal patronage they have bestowed apon me for the past two yeari| and trust that a continuance of the same will be bestowed on Mr W, Eioas* W. H. PAGET.

NEW AUTUMN AND WINDER FASHIONS S. W. A™* l^ C° HAVE now opened np a OhoioaA saort ent NEW GOODS For the Beaaoa. New Jackets, New Bhort Dolmans, Ndw Ulsters, Ladies', Maids, and Children's Newest Styles m Ladies' and Children's Hats, New French bross Scuff, New Dresß Tweeds, New Plußhes, Feathers and Flowers, Blankets, Flannel*, Sheetings, &o, BEST VALUE PBOOUBABLB AT S. W. AIiCOEN & CO. i EAST STREET.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2176, 18 July 1889

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