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Wanted [ AN EVENING CLASS will be opened m tha Wnkanul R- ad next weak, conduoted by Mr J. O'SHKA. 8 45 T^T^NTSD Eniwn. —The next IcgleW «i«'e w<ll bo neld m OJdfo".oi»6' Hall on Fbiday Evonlrg, AugU3t 9t«.— J. Scaly, Secretary, 8*22 tTT ANTED— To Mnt a hooaa rf 4 or W 6 ioom". Apply by letter, etulng rent, etc., to XY.Z iffice of th:s paper. 840 _' XXI "AT'oHES. Wotchoe, Wa chea, from VV I^' 6J, 22s 6d ( o £4 10.'. Oinck*, Clocks, Otocktf, froaa 5i 8i to £6 10i. Chain?, Lockets and Pendauts. — H. M. Joses 8 45 WE are now clearing out goods of ali descriptions vory cheap before < ope iog Spring thingn, also double the value of presents now btiug giv=>n away — 11. C. Segebs, Melford House. |7<OK. genuine ABhourtou Twooa Suits X. road y- -made, or to meaoare, fit f.nd qua'ity guaranteed, and at prices an equ»ilod, go to R. Aloobn, Ashburton Oiothtng Mart, Saunders 1 Buildiues. , ITIOR a few week m addition to our fj usual presents, an extra lot will ba given away. — H. O. Segeks, Molford House. MBS Kennedy and Miss Cameron, Dressmakero, Moore St. Teaobers of the Ifclentific Dreeacutting and fitting. Lessons daily, Special arrangements for country pupils. Terms on applicdtion, f 56 LEASE tiko notica. We havo increased our pieeents for giv'ng away to dcuble the amount for the next few weeks. — H. C. Segebs, Melford Honso. ANTED Known— The "StrongWear" Boot is matohless for dnrabllity and comfort,— W. H. Coimbb, •• The Corner." 6 78 \I7"ANTfeD Koown— Alter onoa wearVV Ing '* Btrong-Woor" Boots you will discard nil othera.— W, H. Collibr, ' The Oorner." 6 79 WAWTKD ivnown.— inac 1 na v e removed to more centrally situated Premises next Mes:r3 W. Zander and JPurchaEO, East street. — J, VV. HardlpT. Plumber, Gaefitter, and Tinsmith. 5U98 r^REAT purchase by Eobert Alcorn VJT from the Liquidator of the Ashburton Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, Flannels, Rags, Shirtings, and Ladles' Drees Tweeds, Bait now on at the Ashborton Olothiog Mart Sauadora' Buildings. I WANTED Kn.-wn— That Miss E Simhonds, Popll of Mb B. Wood, having scoured a room at Saunders' Buildings, is prepared to tako Pupils for the violin ; will also wait on Pupils at ;belr homes If required, — Miss E, Sim_ monds, Creek Road, Allentor, 6 65 READ THIS— New Faucy Goodß j Are Needlework requisites ; Toys, St»tlonery, Tobaccoolat a goods ; Mndame Weigel's Patterns ; Aeent for Eolips; Dyo-worko ; Registry Office for Servants ; Tea and Coffee at a mlnure'e notloa. — Mbs Adams, Saunders* Buildings, opposite Rail iv »y Station. _ Public Wotice3 MONEY. MONEY. IHAYK money'to lend on spprovad freehold security from £50 to £5000. 7*154 FKfiD. MAKEIG. TENDERS. nnENDERS ore invited for p'onghing JL 1000 Acres Tussock Land ; a'eo fcr ItOO Acres crosa ploughing on th Lagbmor Estate. Tocdorß received not Uter thin Noon, on SATURDAY, the 10th Ju ; y. For particulars app'y to DONALD McLEAN, 8 19 Manager. MRS. B. SEYMOUR, QURGEON-DENTIST will VISIT ASHBURTON ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 13th. 1389, And may be consulted at Mr Cambridge, Chemisr, until 4 pm. Bt3o Excelsior Coach Factory AUD SHOEING FORGE II3URNETT STREET, [Next "Mail" Cffiob.] W. H. PAGET 2S?£ public m general that he 1b continuing the COACH BUILDING and WEEELWRtGHT busineas at the above address, and trusts by Btrlct attention aud moderate rates t) still retain the support of his frionds acd the public sa in the past. Traps made and repaired, bought, Eold or exchanged. HORSESHOEING A SPECIAL! V, 7j:134 GREAT SUCCESS (Under tho Verendah ) gre^t sale "Still going on AT THE \ SUBUSTON /CLOTHING BOOTS that will keep the feet dry. ASHBURTON BLANKETS, 13s 6d par pair. No Presents, nor Fares Paid, No Baits of any kind. Everything at Ihe Lowest Poßsib!o Price FOB CASH. R. ALCORN SAUNDERS BUILDTNGS. Rink de Paris. SATURDAY SATURDAY SATDKDAY POPULAR, POPULAR POPULAR NIGHT MGHT NIGHT ~ji, BLSTON, I JBftMUgcri

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2194, 8 August 1889

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