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Wantedl \T7~E aie now clearing out goods of W ali descriptions very cheap before £ ope- iog Spring things, also double t'.o vuluo of presents now beiug givoa away. —E. O. Srgebs, Molford Hogso. 17'OK genuine Ashnurton Tweea Suits U ro&dy-mado, or to meaoure, fie and iviaiity gu&fanteecl, and at prioe3 on equalled, go to U. Axcorn. Aahburton Clothing ft'iarS, Sounders' liuUdin^s. _ ( FOR a few week in addition to ou? ? usual presents, an extra lot will ( ba given away. — 11. O. SEOtßxs, iielford liou?e. MRS Kennotiy and Mias Cameron, Droeainakerß, Moore St Teacherof the fcientifio Draasoutting and fitting. Lv»saon3 daily, Special arrangements for countiy pupila. Tornm on application. 6_56 PLEASE tike notica. We have increased our presents for giving away to double the amount for the next few weeks. — H. C, Sbqbbs, Melford kionse. OT ANTED Known -The "StroogYV Wear" Boot is matchless for durability and comfort, — W. H. Oollikb, "The Corner." 6^78 WANTED Known— Alter onoa wearing '• Strong- Wear " Boots you will disoard all otbere.— W. H. Collibb, • The Oorner." 6 79 WANTED Jinoyrn.--inat 1 nave removed to more centrally situat e « Premleea next Mestft W . Zander and J • Purohase, East street. — J. W. HabdlbY, Plumber, Gasfitter, and Tinsmith. 5^196 f^\ REAT purobase by Robert Alcoru VJT from tbe Liquidator of the Asuburtoa Woollen Company, of Wintei I weedi, Blankets, Flannels, Ruga, Bblrt ings, and Ladles' Dross Tweeds. Sale now on at the Ashburton Clothing Mart Saunders' Buildings, WANTED Known— That Miss E Simmonds, Pupil of Mb R. Wood, baving seoured a room at Saundero' Buildings, la prepared to taka Pupils for the violin ; will also wait on Pupils al tboir homes If required, — Miss E. Simmonds, Creek Road, Alientoc, 6 65 ry E AD THIS— Sow Fancy Goods ; Aro £\ Needlework requisites ; Toys, Stationery, Tobacconist':! goods ; Madame Weigel's Patterns j Agent for Ecllps; Dye-works ; Beglstry Office for Servants ; Tea and Coffee at a minute's notice. — Mbs Adams, Haundora' Buildings, opposite* Railway Station. ANIED KNOWN— H. Dudley,, the oldoet established plpe-drlvet in Aehburton will drive pipes on tbe most reasonable terms, and will repair small pumps with new leatheas anywhere inside the Bait for 2j 61 cash, and. will sweep ohlmnoys, small ones from la 6d to 2s 1 6d and upwards, according to biz?. — H . Dudley, Moora Street. 8 80 Public NotiC63 TINWALD TOWN BOARD. TENDERS are invited for Reforming part of MoMurdo street from Gbabam's Road to HoUoton's Creek, Tenders close at 12 o'clock on FRIDAY, August I6IH. E, J. FOOKS. 864 Clerk. NOTIOS OF REMOVAL WE HAVS REMOVED our OFFICE to more central premises in The Abcadr. J. QUANE & CO. Braotford Rraper and Binder, Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Company, New Zealand Accident Insurance 0^: 8f77 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOK A i-UDLIOiN'S LICENSE. J ALEXANDER CURttIE PADLING KNYVETT, of Ch rtsey, Hotelkt^per, do bereby giTonoiics that I desire »o o'.taio, end will a» tho next Licon3Sns meeting to be holden at Rakala on th*.tenth day o( Sept mber, 1889, apply for » certifioat'", auth »rJß : ng thi istuo of a Pablican'e License for a house situato at Chertacy knowa as the Chertaey H tel, containing eeve iteen rooms, eicuive of these required for tbe uee of the family. Dated (he thirteenth day of August, 1889---Biß2 A: C. P. KNYVETT. Hink de Paris. The Rink wlli ba opou TO-NIGHT (Monday). SATURDAY SATURDAY SATURDAY POPULAR POPULAR NIGHT NIGHT NIGHT R ELBTON, Manager. GREAT SUCCESS (Under the Verandah ) GREAT SALE STILL GOING ON AT THE a SHBURTON /^LOTHISG BOOTS that will keep the feet dry, ASHBURTON BLANKETS, 13a 6d per pair. No Presents, nor Fures Paid, No Baits of any kind, Everything at the Lowest Possible Price FOR CiSH. JR. ALOORN SAUNDEBS BUILDINGS. ODDFELLOWS' HALL, ASHBDRTON, Root's Sacred Historical Cantata "lAIMf NAffil/' WILL be rendered by the Weßlepan Choir and other amatcurr, numbering over 49 performer?, on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1889 Soloists : MosdamesFiowor aodGarabL ; 1 rt ti?s Stse), Measrs FJowec and Miller. P antet, Miss K(dd ; Leader, Mr Fleming Conductor, Mr Gamble. Appropriate decorations, eto,, etc, etc; Prcosedo for Ohu?oh Fu.id3. Admission: Front ooatß 2i, bsck ajata la. I Door« pn;n at 7.30 i OanWi 8 o'olook. i - 9 35

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2199, 14 August 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2199, 14 August 1889

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