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''"' i Public NEW AUTUMN AND WIJStER FASHIONS y S-i W. i?° 0BN & 0° HAYE now opened up a Oh'oieaA ssbrt ent For the Season. - New Jackets, New Short Dolmansii JTaw -Ulsters, Ladies'; Maids, and Children^' £7ewl-t Styles in Ladies' and Children's Hats,' New French t>ress Scuff, New Dress Tweeds, New Plushes, Feathers and Flowers, Blanket-* -Flannel*, Sheetings, ,4c- ,. ■ ?, 77^* , n , t BEST VALUE PROOURABIiB S. W. ALCOBN^ ©a BAST ' STREBT. '■■ '< ;t; n ?VT '■■ •- •■■- -■ *"* w -'■ ■'■ - ' • ":M:\-rhw& ■■■;:-■■■ ,'■--■; ,-j..,. -: (1 - ; -. K> i n : y^ t^m ! 'CmmS^ .... f . ■ '•'-■"'•'l ■ ■ «'• ='O0_i;'^O:'O 'ffimi W.K.L iHmZ~:u< mm ::! k StfliMuilgrMft to ;• of "*\ , ii m^m^''hmyy'' ■■■; ; "'■ . : -- > y*xi»y : ~yyiy* >i G OLOTHEKa^^jri 6 •■yyy;^*.-!,:?* 1 : EEAmLY OVEBMOGKib L.'y •■■'• •■:•.«> :■- -% •■.•.:,■: fi.Jf.^ o.ifc&y 1 ?) •- '^t£r %n^f Lind /NE^^Gboi^l 1 >M, ; 'ib ■•'}"' ,'- ■; 1 -. -s-- i -/. 3 ..>,,' : r ? * t . • ?T '- -. 1 : . .n'>^->.>i ho:-;- .1 :■ . . ! t . ... .. A ALL GOODS' REDTicißfe ll ' 5 I BEG to thanfr^ymmds and thi j Publio for their generous suppor during the last 14 years, and to intimate that I have ready for this ".) season'a planting the Largest and Best Stook of Trees of all , kinds ever pfiered in thia Distriot^ including,— ;; ;! CJ 30i000: APPLE TREES . i 6,000 OfiERUY TREES 4,000 PEAR TRASS • 3,000 PLUM.TREiiH 3,000- PEAOH.TIIEEB ) £00 ApRIdOTmEBS 9,000 WALNUT-TREES — -Also — Nectarines^Ojulnoas,^ FilbertJJ 3ooseberiries, Curranta, «fco, -in great Srarietjrj land an innumerable quantity of Forest Trejes of all kinds suitable for Timber, v Shelter, fand Shade, as wellaaOroamßhijjmf % Trees, Shrdbaj Hedge Plants, ehd'RtfseifiwM endless variety. Everything worth planting, from the Scotch Heather to the giants of the Forest To assist Customers in making theit seleotion samples of mora than 50(aoitcQ£ « keeping Apples may IbVseen at ime' 6nbp "'""" of Olebsbs J, Sbalt and Co., East Btreet| where orders will be received, <r -, Catalogues forwarded to any addresi ea application,' . ■? , .■>. 1 : ,' THua. SEALYV 1 '■ A The r Nurseries, Ashburton. 177 ' South End of Trafflo Bridgei ' ' j BOOTS Jil 'V TAe r Wearing Boot* Manufactured in the Colony. frnHEBE BOOTS are now being seotfor^ , Ij from Victoria, Queensland, and New\# § South Walea; by cußtomers who have had • ** thbm previously in NewZealand. Some time ago, a family who were re* turning to- Yorkshire were fitted, eutwith- ~ 41 Zealandia" Boots, by a large Stprekeepetß "| and they wrote to say that their "Zealandia'' Boots.oauseda deal of dißcußsion injthe Old Oountry," and they stoutly maintained that no finer wearing bootf r oohld be made in England. Since w tfng\ *' these Oolonists have returned^ to New. Zeßlahdj arid have informed as that theiri -^ boy wore a pair of the u DKPBNDABLE T* '"* BOHpOLBQi'TS while going Borne ; al^ , the tune, at Horn ; while returning; 1 «&'& *'A hajs since worn them at sohool for tw mpnths, and the Boots are perfect ye Every other pal gave equal, Batisfaotion 1 There is no greater economy than in x buying f- V Zealandia JBbots,' and remember that nqn& are genuine unless branded on the sole vl],!\^"' Z"; 1 !' ri '. i; -'-' ;r ,, ■ i'he ealandia l^oot Store Brand, end every pair is. gu aranteed^ .. ■§> «■ Has also the largest assortment of Ehg^ ah Boots at all prices. We -sell at the lowest Dunedin ah<|r Christohuroh prices, and we are never " beaten. All Goods marked in plain figures. ZEALANDIA BOOJ'STORE ABSWRTQ

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2180, 23 July 1889, Incorrect date

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