GkEaT 80ClJE88 (Under the Verandah,) grtcat sal^ still going on .;. , Al> THE. ASHBVUT&N CLOTH' ING MART BOOTS that will keep the Feet Dry, ASHBURTON BLiNKLTS. 13i 64 PBR PAIR. VTO PR: SBNT3| F*rea paid. No Baits of kind • Everyehlbk at thetOWEST POSSIBLE ,_ PRICE »OR OASH, BAQNDF T? ':% BUIiuDESTGS; •TKEES. lEEEB. I BEG to thank my Friends and tbe Publio for their generous auppor during the last 14 years, and to intimate that I have ready . for this leason'a planting tha Largest and Best Stock oi Trees of nil kinds ever? offered' In this District, Including,— 30,000 APPLE TBEES 6,000 OEERK? TREES 4,000 PEAR TREES 3 000 PLFM TREtca 3,000 PEACH TBEEB fOO APRIOOT TREBS 9,000 WALNUT TBEE3 —Also — NeotarineS} Quinces, Filberts, Goose ° berries, Oorranti, &o, m greac variety, and an innumerable qumtity of Forest Trees of nil kinds suitabe for Timber Shelter, 3nd Shade, an we!) C 3 Ornamental . Trees, Shr'ubb, Hedge Plants, and jfeope« m end'eßß. varieiy. Bverythinif worth planing, from th«^tscotch tiff nther^ tojthe gianifl of<h^ Forewt,, .... ...,- " --,« . To. osMst ;Cnnrott»«jrs m. making thoir selsctioii savnploß of roorethan t 6osortE of keeping Apples .maybe s«en at thejShop of VißssiiS J, to alyasd Co., East street, where orr jet(»; wUI «."? rocsived , / . : ' ■: Catalogueß * forwarded;! d any address on application. . , • ;x THv* BHVLY, --s B The Nurseries, Ashburton, ,> 177 South, Knd of Traffic Bridge. ■. > . '■ ■'?'..,■■■ i AN CREW ORB'S Tender Is accepted for this Splendid HtocV, c f exoeflent Boole &t a litt'e pvqt half ipri«Je> )y. • 1 C ;• GREAT. Ba nk r v prn a u'ti -UIR-U P 1 O A-L JtLi OF £1822 17s 2d. UGHTBMD, ALLM & CO. J S STOCK. 2E4LANDIA 8T0R&, ASHBURTON SALE COMMESOEB THUESDAY, 25th JOLT In my Premises, Next Union Bank, Greatest Bargains I EVER SEEN IN ASHBURTON. ' ANDREW ORR ZEALANDIA BOOTS Tne Grandest "Wearing Boots Manufactured m the Colony^ q-\HESE BOOTS aro now.belng eontfor i from Victor! >, Queansland., end New South Wales, by customer* who have had them previously m New Zealand. Some time ago, a family who were : returning to YorkHhire were fitted outwith 1 Zoalandia" Boots, by a large Storekeeper and they wrote to cay that their "Zealandia" Foots cuueed a doal of discussion m the O^d Country," and they stoutly maintained that no finer wearing boots could be made m England. Sincaw ting, theße Oolonistfl have returned to New Zealand, and huve informed ua that their boy wore a pair of tha ;i DEPENDABLE BOHOOL BO >'V& tvhilo going Home ; al the time at Horn ; while returning ; and has since worn thnm at schcoi for tw months, and the Boots are perfection Every otner pai «nvo equal satißfaott y There is no greater economf? than 'm buying L " Zealandia Boots, and remember that non Q are genuine unless branded on the sole i'he Zealandia B>ot Store vis tha Brand, and every pali 1% guaranteed. Has also the largest fcuortment of Erii* sh Boots at all prices. '-w We sell at the lowett Dunedin antl OhriHtchuroh prices, and we sire never beaten. . All Goods marked m plein flgnreii r 1 zeallndia BOQTB^ORE
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2187, 31 July 1889
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