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Want9d % N EVSNINQ CLASS wIH bo opened ■*■*• In th.3 Waksnui Road nost «»Rak, : cosdnoted by Mr J. O'SHJIA. 8 45 WAFTEO|KBOwn.— Debiting Soo'ety meat To -Night, Tcmoihc rial), 8 p.m., contlnoation of debate on Prohibition. 8 51 TTSr ANTED Known —Tho next Ingle VV eide will be hf-ld m Oiufeibvra' Hall on Fbiday Evsnlcg, Augaat 9th. — J, SrEALY, Sooretary, 8*22 V\7"B are now clearing out gooda of W al! descriptions very cheap before opening Spring things, also douVe the valce of presents now bc-ing given away. — H. C. fcBGEBS, Meiford House. TT'Oii tionnjao Aahcsurtoa Twcoa Suits _fj residj-msdej or to mcasr.ro, iii aaa quality gTJßtantccd, snd at p?Scss nn aqnaHod, 150 to ft. Alooux, Aehburton Clotbir-H oi&rt, Snundero' ticiidtti^a. OOR a few >veek m addition to our _£} ueunl presents, an extra lot will ba given away. — H. C. Skqess, Melford House. MKS Kennedy and Miss Cameron, Dreßßiiiakerß, Moore St. Toachore cf the Fcientific Dreaecutting acd fitting. Lt ssona daily. Special arrangements for country pupils. Terms oa application. 6J6 PLEASE tike notice. We have increased cur pieeents for giving away to double the amount for ihe aext few weeks. — H. C. S2geks 5 Molford tlousnTITANTED Knowu— The "SsrongVV Wear" Boot is matohleßS for dorablllty and comfort, — W. H. Collier, •' The Corner." 6 78 \ITANTKD Known— Atter onoa wearyV m? Ci Strong- Wear" Boots you wili discard al! others. — W, H. Colltbr, ' The Corner." 6 79 WANTED Known.— mat 1 na^e removed to more ceutrally situated Premises noxt Mesr-ra W.Zondor and J Puichaec, East street. — J, W. Hakdle y - Plumber, Gasfitter, and Tinsmith. 5J19 8 / RBAT parohase by Itobert Alcorn VJT ffom tho Liquidator of Ibe Ashbnriou Woolioo Company, of Winter T»-eed«, Blsoketa, Fladuols, Rup3, Sh-trt-iuga, and Ladles' Dreas Tweed*. Pak now on ut the Asobottou Clothing Mart j Saauders 1 Buildings. r^7 ANTED Known— That Miss E V i Simmonds, Pupil of Me R. Wood, ; raving aooored a tooin at iSuuudero' Batldiog?, (a prepared to lak^ Pupl'a for i-he violin ; will oleo wait on Pupils si ibolr homes If reqainj.-J, — Miss E. Sim-' mond3, Creek Eoad, AilentoD, 6 65 READ THIS— New Panoy Goods j Are .Needlework rcqaleitefs ; Toj c, Si»tlonery, Tobacconist's gooda ; Madame Welgel's PattorDs; Agout for Eellps: Dyo-works ; Registry Ofßce for Servants ; Tea snd Coffee tv s minuu»'o nottod — Mrs Adams, Sauod^ra' Buiidingß, oppoaitt RaiJ-arftj? StAtlon. Fnblic Notlee3 TINWALD TOWN BOARD. rjIEND ;r RS aro invited for Rofornvng i part cf McSlurdo street from Gba ham's Ro^-d.to Houston's Creek, Tender close at 12 o'clock on F RIUAY, Augus; I6IH. E. J. FOOKS. 8 53 Clerk:. TEMDSRS. * jHRENDSRS ore invited for ploughing JL 1000 Acres Taascclc Land ; a'ao f< r I'.OO Acres cro33 ploughing on th Lnghmor Estate. Teodera roceivid noi later than Neon, on SVTDRD iV, the lOtb Ju'y. Fop particulars spp'y to DONALD MoLBAN, o 19 Manager. •VHBOiIT/N COUNTY HUNT CLUB ANKUAL BALL i^'ILL b? held m iho Oddfellows 1 > V Hall on FRIDAY, August 16 h Ti'keffi (io almit Li-'y a.';d Gvntieman) 13s 6d i Ladiea, 2< 6d. Da ciucr al 8.30 p.m. E. J. FOOES,^ 8§52 Hon. iJccetniy^ Excelsior Goacli Factory AND SHOEING FORGS lIiUaSBTT 3TBEET, [Ntxr "Mail" Cffioe.] UT TT PAfj^T BEGS t; V*. .J.J. r/iVji!il notify th imb:ic m general that he 'c continuing the COACH BUILDIJTJ aid VVBE?LWRIQHT bunineaa at the alovo tiddreee, ar.d trustß by strict attention and m'jdorat? rates to still retain ihe support of his frio^ds aud the public 83 m the pa^t. Traps made and repaired, bought, sold or exchanged. HORSE SBOEISG A SPECIALTY. 7t134 GREAT BUOCEBS (Under tho Verandah ) GRSAT SALE BTILL GOING ON AT TIIE \ BOBDRTON i^LOTHISG IP 1 BOOTS that w'.ll k?ep the feet dry. ASHBURTON BLAKKErg, 13a 6d par pair. No Presents, ncr Fates Paid. No Baits of any kind tTverything at the Lowest Poesib'e Price FOB OABH. I?.- ALCORN BAUNDEBS BDILDINGS, Kink de Paris. SATURDAY SATURDAY SATURDAY POPULAR POPULAR POPULAR NIGHT NIGHT NIGHT ~"5, EISTON, ktfanigcr,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2195, 9 August 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2195, 9 August 1889

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