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BAKEE BEOS., BUILDBIiS, UiSDKRTAJihJRB, &o, Corner Wakanul Road and Caes. street, (Next Obntbal HoiKt.) . Or at Baker and Brown's Coach Factory Havelock etreet. (Next ihb Coubt House.) 290 ! John Hanger, SADDLE, COLLAR, A^D HARNESS MAKER, HAVING purchased the business o Mr A. Ibeland, and removed Into those commodious premises lately bepupied by him m Burnett Street, begs most sincerely to thank hla customers for paat ouppor and solicits a oontinuanoe of the same whioh he will strive to deierve by keeping the best stook of Saddlery and Harness, and strict attention to business, combined with good workmanship and Reasonable charges. Repairs usatlp and promptly attended to 7tl2n ■•--.-••■■ CRITERION CARRIAGE WORKS BAEINa SQUAEE. VfT TJIOSS begs to . itlmate Tr, JDL tbAt he has Hevered his oonnection with Mb W. H. PAaBT end removed his business to the above com* modfeus pr< ! miaeß, whate he has every fao lity for o>rrying on his increasing business. Carriages ard Ve'icles of every description, built to order, with well seasoned t'mbeg and sound workmanship. Traps ie painted, acd epaira executed with promptitude, and at most moderate oharges. — Note the Address— Premiaeß— l ate Baylia, Grooer Near Post Office. " ZULAIVU. Tie Grandest Wmiinijg; Jßoota - Manufactured m the Colinv. fIpHEM BOOTS arenowbeiig iflntfor L from Victor! >, Queensland, and New South Wales, by oußtomerß who have had them previously m New Zealand. Some time ago, a family who were re* turning to Yorkshire were fiited oucwith << Zealandia" Boots, by a large Storekeeper and they wrote to say that their ♦* Zealandia" Boots oaueed a deal of dJEcuaeion m the Old Country," and they stoutly maintained that no finer wearing boots could be made m England. Siuca w ting, these Colonists have returned to New Zealand, and have informed ua that their boy woro a pair of tha :: DiP&NDABLE BOBOOL BO: -T8 v/hilo goiug Home ; al the time at Horn ; while roturning ; and haß since worn them at oclnol for Iw months, and the Boots aro perfect ye Every other pai crave equal sutipf action There is no greater economy thaD m buying " Zealandia" .Boots, and remember that none are genuine unless branded on the sole •rho Z-ialandia BM)t Store is the Brand, and every pau J3 guaranteed. ilas also the largest KJsortment of Eng-r eh Boots at all prices. We sell at the lowest Duuedia and Chris tohuroh prlces ( and we Are nevfct beaten. All Goods marked m plain figures. ZEALMDIA BOOT STORE ASHBURTO TBEEB. 'lEEES. I BEG to thank my Friends and t 8 Public for their genoions suppor during the last 14 years, and to intimate that I have roady for this season's planting the Largest and Best Stock o{ Trees ot -11 kinds ever offered In this District, inclading, — 30,000 APPLE TBEES 6.00 C CEBRKt" TREES 4,000 PSAR TREKS 3,000 PLUM TREKJS 3,000 PEACE TREES £00 APRICOT TREEB 9,000 WALNUT TBEES — Also — Nectarines, Qaloces, Filberts, Gooseberries, Currant*, &o, m great variety, and an innumerable quantity of Forest Trees of »ll kindß suitable for Timber Shelter, and Shade, as well z.3 Ornamental Tree?, Shrubs, Bedge Plants, and Roses m endless variety. Everything worth planMng. from the Scotch Heather to the giants of the Forest. To uaeiat Customers m making their selection samples of more than 50 sorts of keeping App'ea may be sten at the Phop of Olessrs J, Bbaly and Co.) East street, where or Jers will be received, Catttloguos forwarded to any address on application. ThiJi:- SEVLY, The Nurseries, Ashburton, 177 South End of Traffic Bridge. NJE WA UTUMN AND WWJtER FASHIONS S. W. A r ° oaN & C° HAVE now opened up a ChoioaA. aaort ent NEW GOODS For the Season. New Jackets, New Short Dolmans, New Oliters, ladies', Maids, and Children's Newest -itjlc^ m Ladios' and Children's Hata, Now Ftcnch bress ScnfE, New Pr-.fn 'f weeds, New Plushes, Featheta an;l Flo^era, Blankoti, Flauueis, Shoetinga, &o. , BEST VALUE PRQOOJRABL3 j AT I S. W. ALCOKN Si CO.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2185, 29 July 1889

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