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i. Waataa ; •pvOS'T FORGET Dawn of Peace | 7 123 j |Y"TANTKD Klowo— Pu>duu is io«a uu j '■•■ my jrardoo, m Haropavend, «nd on i \ « c'lctob 34. 35 snd 36, Ftiacos S'.roet- _] FJevky James. 8 3 SvCRiGD SUtoricai Chntat , • Nanna:/ by Wcs-ejaM ULoir &;.d Maa'eo-s •muibs'irig 40 p:rfo mera. Decorations, iud soi als oauiuraoa. WKDciSSD \Y An*u_:t_ U'h. LI 8 VtVaSTED T«J Lh.T — Shop with \y s<u>w room, sad Dw^iii:^ of fiv; .mi auJ eoa'lery ; a!-.o \*rj_e rynra f ri c ng3 J'» Cour. Ohamb r. f — H. M. ; pLKA^E t k'i ii •■• c . VV<> ji»v-7 itX crta^d tur jt^entfl fur jjiv ug .wav to d u' lo iha anaoimt for the next scjv" w ekf; — li. ii Smuis. Mo'.iotA v\ J At*-£'ivi) Kt!o#:! — i'uo *• ft;.'f t.\V VVVa»" But is ajachlo>i. f f . 'j:-.r,it*iii>y s»d c-iu-ort,— r .V, H. Cojjueu, •;T, c Goco»r " «• 7fc W lag '• itroi.g-Waar" Bio'b you ditoard a!' othore.— W. U. C.olm^k' '. Tho Outoer." ft 7fl lirANTKU lVaown. — lnat l navt ,:VY removed to more centrally wtnat"ci Premies noxt Mob rz W. Z.-ndor and J Farcbaso, tfaßt etrtit. — J, HabulkY : Plumber, Gasfitter, Bad Tinsmith. SUOB MKS Kennedy ond Miaa Ounserou, Preeeinakcr?, Mooro fct Tiacber of the tcisntifis Dreßstutiing aid fitting Lessons daily, Special arraDgemouta to country pupils. Terms on npp icition. ■ '. 6 sf. rTT"£ are now clearing out goods oi YV all ("e^ciipti ns very oheap before opening Spring tuingv, also douole tbe valoe of preeents now bfiug g : v a away — H. 0. Bbgebs, Melford House. FObt gonnlub Achcurxua i #oca oui r readymsde, or to measure, fit »r c quality gnar»ntecd, »nd «t price* en eqaslled, go to H. Aloorn, Ashburtoc Clothing M»tt, Saunddre' Batidiogs, C^OR a few week m edd'tton to on Jj muni presents, an extra lot will be given away.— E. 0. SiGfEas, Melford House. f^i BEAT patobiae by Robert Aloorn \JT feoo t^o Liquidator of iho Ashbortoa Woollen Oompdoy, of Winter Twoedl, Blankets, Fiaouclo, Ruge, Shirt- i ings, and Lftdiea' Dress Tsrccd?. t?cl uu# on »t the Asbburton' Clothing Mar daacdero' Baild>ngi. ':.:. i RANTED Ka wn— That AJiS3 E W f immonds, Popff of Mr R. Woor, having secured a io>ca at »<iunder»' Haildlngi, is prepsro 1 to take Pupils ftr be violin; will also wait on Pupils at l botr bomte if required, — Miss E, SimMOKPS, Op* k Road, Allnn^p. 6 f 5 EAD Tills— >bw Fa^cy Uo^ds ; Are Jti; Needlework requUitea ; Toys, B>b> Vl >v.cry, Tabacc juiet * goods; Madame Wuigei's P*tiercßj Apeat for Eclipa; < Oya-worku ; Kegistry Otßod for Sorvants ; 'C** and Ovflao ai a minuca'a noUoa — Mbs wajss, Buiidicgs, opposite Uil#*f Si^tinc. j Pnblic Notices I OQT~ A BL A<-iC J^EißlKVifiii LUIO-L i'DP, aboot fix weeks old. if ndcrKe warded on returning earae to S. POTTER, North Town Bit. ASH BURTON PERMANENT BUILD- : ING AND INVE3TMSNT SOCISrY. PAID-UP CAPITAL ... £5000 DEPOSITS of £5 and np wards re cairod at the folowirg rates of ntcre» At call cr 3 months ... 5 percent; 6 months „* ... 5.J- } , - Losger Periods... ... 6 „ All information on application to BDWABD STEPBFNP, Man a .or Office— Tanored St'e:t. OnARLES JjaADDELt 'Liconeecl Lcndl.roker and Va'uator uncicr *• The Land Transfer Act, 1885.' JE3TATE, nOUBE. LAND, AND UftHERAL COMMISSION AGKJNT UFFICE— BnRSF.TT Btbrit, Next to " Mail " Office. Gf9l ANNi YE R?ARy. SOCIAL. fpHB ASHBUBION BIFLEB WILL HOLD THEIR AniiiY rsary Social, ON THUESDAY, 15th. AUGUST r* tub ODDFELLOWS' HALL. Darciog at 8p m. Admission — Gentle tnf n 2-t 6d ; Ledies free. Titko'a from all members of tho CompiDy. 6 162 UPPER AHUBUiITON EO'^D BOARD TENDERS are called for the following 1 works : No 1. Formation of «om« 80 chaice of <he swi-mp rood ruauing past the Borough Reserve, known as St. Helena. 2. Fcroaation of one ncilo of road running through Mr MoDuneHS rroporty nanr Ch c rtsoy, ir m Main : oo h Road 3. For ehi'ngUng eodio 25 chains. Allan's R 'ad, Allettvn, 10 yard^ to the chain. 4. For catling sonse 3CO yar'r ehinjrlfl, more or lees, on to the Alfctd Forest road, wh^re required between the Town Bel and Mr (?mith\ Slaughter ja r d Sp' cjfioatii n« f >r *h< above workec m be «. o « at iho B. ard s ' fficfi, Tlnwa)d during Office hours. 'jV-iHora io be m th« Agh- • urt< n Post CfGca, addressed to the Ch-irman, ty 12 o'c'ook oa AUGUST 10th. By order JOHN D4V.SON, J6O Oerk Eink de Paris. SPECIAL ATi'R'OriOX SATURDAY NIGHT T-ICyCLE RAO-1 '- . UWiCYCLW ft CFI UKIOyCvYS' R CE uNli-Y(L'-T HAGS UNiGYOLE RAOE. NOVELTY OF THE SEASON, Admission : One Sh.lling. ~~8, ELBTON, Managir. ' * I

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2188, 1 August 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2188, 1 August 1889

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