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Wantad i\ ANTED,— Two or Ihree gontlomea V\ B carder.,— Apply ■• Mali" Offi-e. for rddr-:afl. 8 13 WASTED TO LHT— Shop with sfiow room, and Dwelling of fivo roumi and tcaUery ; also i»r«e room t r r I Ye ings In Court. Chamb .-,— H. M. J.NEH. , & 4 PLEASE t;ko no'uj*. Wo hava in-; crtaemi rur pi .tents for giv'ns; [ away to double tho amount for the next ! few weeks — li. O riKUi-itd, Mo ! ford | I iollM.-. i TT; ANTKD ' Kttowii ■-■ The " 'Strung*-' I VV \ v «»r" B)ct la imtcr.le** fori dorftHll'y M"d con. on, -W. H. Collieb, '■'• TVo Corner.*' 6 78 ;HB T-mp< : .r»i c> Sev.ce tf Son. I ml ed " Up anl D>wn oo the P*hff.-y o f Lif-," wil be r,*p»aUd (<v rrqu st) n tho Tom pa* B-.1l on Sa oro.a- --_ ca'u.<.atß *.m Adir.i«riisn,6 . 8 8 L> .OT.-V8..0r8.-'-Uieat Uankrupt Sa o y ot Z alandia tioo s, Iwii se 1 to* moirow Saturday, l.aiies Bootaat 3* 6 to 5. 3d ; Boy«J .nt Girls Boots at 2s ; tien s l-oo sat ß 6J.—AndbrwObb Bt9 \\T ANTED Known— After omn wear W ing ".Strong- Wear" B iota you •111 dl.OMd nil other..— \V , H. COLMBB, • The O-roer." 6J79 WANTED X_ncwa.— lnat l" na~"* removed to mote cootrally silnat ed Premhes noxt Mos r_ W.Zind.r and •»• Purchase, East Btreet.— -1. VV. HabdleY, I Plumber, Gasfitter, and Tinsmith. 5J198 ll /TltS Kennedy and Mi'sb Cameron. J3J_ Dreasmakere, More St Teacbenof thet-cientifij Dresscutting and fitting Lessons daily, Spocial arrangements for country pupda Terms on npp'icatlon. 6 56 "TITE are now Clearlng"ouT gaods of W nil e'e <ci ipti ns very choap before opening Spring thing", also double the value of presents now bring g"v<n away. — H. 0 Seobbs, Melford Houbo. [7 08. genuine Ashourton Tweea SuitJj ro&dyroade, or to moa'.are, fit snd quality guaranteed, and at pricos un equalled, go to R. Aloobs, Ashburtor Clothing Mart, Saunders' Buildings. FOR a few week m addition to ou usual presents, an extra lot will be given away. — H. C. Sbgexh, "rial ford douse. GREAT purohsse by Robert Alcorn from the Liquidator of the Asbburton Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, Flannels,. Rags, Sblrt ings, and Ladios' Dreea Tweed-!. Pal now on at the Ashbnrton Clothing Mar Saunders' Buddings. WANTED Known— Tbat Miss E SntMONDS, Popll of Mb R. Wood* having scoured a rojoi at Sawders' Buildings, is prepared to tak-j Pupl s for :he violin; will also wait on Put lis a .heir homes if required. — Miss E. Sivimouds, Oreek Road, Allenton, 6 65 READ THIS— New Fauoy Goods ; Are Needlework requisites ; Toys, Stationery, Tobacconist ■ goods ; Madame Weigel's Patterns ; Agent for Eoiips; Dye works ; Registry Offioe for Servants ; Tea snd 0 ,ffoe ai a minuttj's notice — Mks Adams, fcj-aadd--' Buildings, opposite R«it*sy Station. Vnbllc Notices [a cabd] Miss Trauinann ( "eit-frcated Tcr.chor of Mus'c frcm ihe "Stuttgart Coneer* vitorium, Germany) is open to receive Pupils. Terms : Two guineas a terra. Address -Box 28, Ashbu r toa. 6§178 8.A.0.8. ROYAL ArK OF FRIENDSHIP LODGE SOCIAL Will bo held iv tha ORANGE BALL or TUESDAY, AUGUST 6in at 8 p.m. Tickets— 2-j 6d. BH2 ANNIVERSARY SOCIAL. mHE ABHBURTON RIFLEF WIIL HOLD THEIB AnßiYemry Social, ON THORSDAY, loth AUGUST IS THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL. Dancing at 8 p.m. Admission— Gehtle men 2-1 6d ; Ladies free. Tickets from all memborH of the Company. 6 162 Rink de Paris. SPECIAL ATTRACTION SATURDAY NIGHT UMCYCLE BAOB DNICYCLE RACE UNiOYCLE RACE LBIOYLLE BAOE UNJfCYOLE RACE. NOVELTY OF THE SEASON. Admission : Oae Sh lling. R ELSTON, Mausgir. GREAT SUOCESS (Under tha Vcrcndoh ) GREAT SALE "STILL GOING ON AT JHE \ SHBURTON /^LOTHISG M ABT BOOTS that will kfep tho foot dry. ASHBURTON BLANKETS, 13s 6d per pair. No Preients, n r Fareß Pai 1. No Baits of aiy kind. Everything at Ihe Lowp»t Poisib'e Price FOR OASH. R. ALOORN ■ LSAtLTOEBS. BUILDINGS.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2189, 2 August 1889

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