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I . . I [A OABD] |B ; Miss Tramnana • (Certificated Teacher of Music from the Stuttgart Goneer* Vfttorium, Germany) is open to receive Pupils. i>» ___ jj Teems : Two guineas a terra. al "~""™* :d Address— Box 28, Ashbarton. 13 6§178 * REID & GRAY WOULD at tWa Season invite the attention of their numerous Onstomere and Farmers to their » Improved Mlljjowing {Mines Their I NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL a with POSITIVE FEED ia now known and admitted to be the Beat HOB. ALL GOBI'S 9 Of LAND, and for Cheapness Strength, ad Durability is the Best m the Market. They have also thU S9a«on brought out a SEW DRILL With CUP FEED und possessng all tho best qualities of the Auglot ■i American, but a Mich no far snpeiior n workmanship and strength. This Machinie hey have got up specially for the Canterbury , Plains, i t Sampk3 of both these Machine? together i with I BROADCAST GRAIN AND GRAS& SOWERS i to be seen at all their Branones. B. 4 G.s New 7 a'and PORTABrB OHA FF CUTTER and BAGGER Several o these now fn this District and doing ezcellen work. B. * Gh's DOUBIE-FTJBROW PLOUGHS at Reduced Price as formerly advertised Disc Harrows On tbe Newest and Most Improved Principle, and ZIGZAG TI.iJS HARROWS and every requisite tor the Farm. ASHEURTON BRANCH: J. TA7LOR, Manager. Excelsior Coach Factor; AND SHOEING EORGE BURNBTT BTBBBT, [Nexx "Mail" Office.] W. H. PAGET 12% £ publio m general that he Is continuing tbe COACH BUILDING and WHEELWRIGHT business at the above address, and trusts by strict attention and moderate rates to still retain the support of hii friends and the public ss m the past. Tiapß made and repaired, bought) sold or exchanged. HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY, 7JL34 0. M- BROOKE 0 BEMIST, ASHBURTO BEGS to announce that he has landed ex « Oaklands," 16 C of Drugs and Sundries, amongst w are 4 Onses of the PUBEST OOD LIV OIL OBTAINABLE. Sold m Impe half-pint bottles Is 6d eaoh ; pint 2s 6d. N.B. — The pint cottlee are by far the best for general use. If procured m larger quantities, especially m gallon tin o it is very apt to get etalo before it ia fiished. t Lung Proteoto~a, new chape, and Chesi Protectors all sizes, A large aseortmen of Smelling, Bottles, Puff Boxes, and other Toilet Requisites. Margejisone Toilet Soaps, elegantly scented, first- olaßs goods, and reasonable m price. Sulphur Water, a harmless preparation for darkening the hair, Is 6d per bottle Beat Fluid Magnesia, Is per bottle Compound Liquorice Powder, 1b pc bottle. Mooteerrat Lime Fruit Juioa , Sauce, This is the most delicious Sauce l m the Market. Large Bottles, 2i eaoh, 1 Sold only by C. M. BROOKE THE DISPENSARY ASHB U R fON > I ! CRITERION CARRIAGE WORKS BARING SQUARE. WTTIOSB begs to itimate s XI that he has severed his oon--1 neotlon with Ma W. H. Paget and removed his business to the above comt medrcus promises, where he has every c feo'lity for oarrying on his increasing c business. • 9 Carriages atd Vehicles of every descrip- & tion, built to order, with well seasoned h timber and sound workmanship, it Traps le painted, arid epairs executed with promptitude, and at moat moderate ohorges, _ — NOTB THB ADDBBSB— js Premises— l ate Baylis, Grocer a : Near Poßt Office, al ry a, ' . i. g. *° The Mercantile Finance ana Agency Company, Limited, of CMstchnreli. Incorporated noder the provisloaa of the _ Companies Act, 1882. ien ' hi Beoistbbed Offiob : r« r MORTEN'S BUILDINGS, OHBISTin CHURCH. ■% ffIHIS Company is prepared to ADJm 1 VANCE MONEY upon Freehold Property, m large or small sums, at ouireni rates of Interest ; also upon tho Security of Bills of Sale, Mortgages of Stock, Wool n^ and Agricultural Liens, ew ■"" For further particulars appiy to 172 JOHN G. BESTELL, r S Agent, OB ok D. THOMAS, »& Auctioneer. 1 ?fIH Weft Street, Aihburton

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2187, 31 July 1889

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