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Watttsd I WANTED— Two. or thres Gentlecion B.BTdera.— ippiy «o " Comfott," care office of this paper. 8 64 vN EVENING CLASS will be opened **■ in the Waka&ul Road next week, co' ducted by Mr J. O'SHH.4. 8 45 \S r ANIED Known.— A Sacred Concert V y wiil be c;iven at the Baptist Ohuroh, Peter S'roet, on Tuesday 13 h instant, at 8 p.m. Admission, la. 867 WANTBD. — Situation aa malted couple on Farm or Station ; wiin ■ good oook and do housework jhuoband can j ploagh or do general fa-'m wors.— Apply< John Ltles. Tinwald. B*6l} WE are now clearing out goods of nil descriptions very cheap before opeuiog fc'priug thing?, also double the valne of presents now being given avvoy. — H. C. ykg bus, Aielford House. |J OK genuine Aahoucton Twcea Sutcs fi^ roftdy-mndo, or to measure, lie end quality gca?*nteed, snd at prices un \ equ&Hed, go to fv. Aloobn, Ashbueton | Olothiug M&rt, Saundera' I-suildinae, J |7\OR a few week in addition to our JJ usual presents, an extr* lot will be given away. — H. C. Sbgexs, Melford House. MBS KenneJy and Miss Cameron, Dressmakers, Moore Bt. Teaoheru of the Eclentifio Dresscntting and fitting. Lessons daily. Special arrangements for country pupils, Terms on application. 6 56 LEASE t>ke notion We have increased our piesents for giving away to dcublo the amount for the next few weeks. — H. C. Segebs, Molford Honsn. WANVifiD Knowu— Tne "StrongWear" Boot is matchless fur durability and comfort,— W. H. Collier, •' The Corner." 6 78 \ \7~ANTftD Known— After onoa wearYV ing " Strong- Wear " Boots you will dfioard all others. — W, H. Collibr, « The Corner." 6 79 WANTED a.nown.— -mat x nu v a removed to more contrally situat°d Premises next Messrs TV . Zander and "\ Purchase, Eaat street. — J. W. Hardle y » Plumber, Gasfitter, and Tinsmith. stl9° f^i REAT purchase by Robert Alcorn \JT from the Liquidator of tho Aahburtou Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Biankets, Flannels, Rage, Shirt Ings, and Ladles' Dross Twe6da. fc-'sle now on at the Aehburton Clothing M»rt Saunders' Boildingn. WANTED Known— That Miss E Simuonds, Pupil of Mb R. Woon, having secured a room at Siundere 1 Buildings, is prepared to take Pupils for the violin ; will also wait on Pupils at tbelr homes if required, — Miss E. Simmonds, Crook Road, Allonton, 6 65 T> EAD THIS— Now Fancy Goods ; Are X\> Needlework requisites ; Toys, Stationery, Tobaoconist's goods ; Madame Weigel's Patterns; Agent for Eolips; Dye-works ; Registry Office for Servants ; Tea and Coffee at a minute's notloe.— Mks A dahs, Saanders 1 Buildings, opposite R.ilwey Station. Pnblic Notices FOR S4LB, miNWAtiD YARDS, TUESDAY, 13 h. _L Very fine Poley Cowl 8 66 J. 8. BLIND. PDNEBAL NOTICE fl IHE "Friends of Mr Wiliiam Stevens 1, are respectifally laformed that tho faneral of his late beloved diuahter Loti3A wtil move fronc. Mks Finlay's residency Waksnul road, on SUNDAY 11th lost, at 3 p.m. for the Aehbn t>o Cemetery. BAKER BROS , 8*62 Undertakers. GREAT SUCCESS (Under tho Verandah ) GREAT SALE "STILL GOING ON AT THE \ SHBURTON CLOTHING BOOTS that will keep the foet dry. ASOBUHTON BLANKETS, 13s 6d per pair. No Presents, nor Fareu Paid, No Baits o£ any kind. j Everything at the Lowest Possible Price FOB CASH. R. ALOORN SAUNDERS BUILDINGS. ] Rink de Paris. SATURDAY SATURDAY SATURDAY POPULAR POPULAR POPULAR NIGHT NIGHT NIGHT R ELSTON, Manager. G!oYir Seeds. Clover Seeds. CLOVEB SEEDS. ; WE are now landing from LoDdon and New York our firßt shipment for the coming eeason of NEW SEEDS consisting of CLOVE US, TURNIPS, MANGOLDB, OABBOTS, RAPS, GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS. Those seeds ore from the most reliable Houses in London and New Yobk and therefore can bo confidently recommended as fresh and reliable, we have also ; PERENNIAL RYE GRABS and COOKS- ! I FOOT for sale in largo or small quantities. ' ! Latest novelties in Garden and Flower J Seeds from that -*ell known London ( firm, James Oab'ier and Co, and garden ; rrquieites of every description. | ; araples and quotations forwarded on : nppMoation I _ ( J. SEALT & CO. ! B*6o w i

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2196, 10 August 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2196, 10 August 1889

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