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Wanted WASTED Ryegrats teed with olover In It.— Apply D. Thomas, Ashbnrton. 8 116 WANTED,— A situation as house keeper, by a respectable middle aged person, to one or two single gentlemen.— A Z "Guardian Office." 8 124 WANTED general servant for the oountry, also a curse girl.— Apply Mbi Davis, Registry Office, Bast street ■ . WE am now olearlag out goods of all descriptions very cheap before opening Spring things, also, double the value of presents now being given away. H. 0. Begem, Melford House. FOX genuine AshDurton Twoea Suits ready-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices uu equalled, go to R. AiooEN, Ashburton Olothing Mart, Saunders 1 Buildings. EOR a few week m addition to out üßual presents, an extra lot will be given away.— H. 0. Sbqbxs, Melford House. MBS Kennedy and Miss Cameron, Dressmakers, Moore St. Teaohers of the Scientific Dresßcntting and fitting. Lessons daily, Special arrangements for country pupils, Terms on application. 6 56 PLEASE t*ke notice. We have inoreased our presents for giving away to double the amount for the next few weeks.— -H. C. Seqeks, Melford Rouso. WANTED Known— The *• StrongWear" Boot is matchless for durability and comfort.— W. H. Collier, " Tbe Corner. 11 6 78 \\7~ANTKD Known— After onos wearW Ing "Strong- Wear" Boots you will dlieard all others.— W. H. Collibb, ' The Corner." 6_79 "AirANTISD l^nown.— mat l na™ W removed to more centrally situat^ Premlietnoxt Messrs TV. Zander and •>• Purchase, East street.— J, W. HabdlbT, Plumber, Gasfitter, and Tinsmith. 5J196 f^ BEAT pnrohase by Robert Aloorn VX from the Liquidator of the Ashbuiton Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, Flannels, Bags, Shirtings, and Ladles' Dress Tweeds. Sale now on at the Ashburton Clothing Mart Sounders' Buildings. WANTED Known— That Miss S Bimmonds, Papll of Mb R. Wood; having seoorsd a room at Saunders Balldinge, Is prepared to tak9 Pupils for the violin ; will also wait on Pupils »« their home* If require a. —Miss E. Sim moods, Creek Road, Allenton. 6 6 T)EAD THIS— New Fanoy Goods ; Are X%> Needlework requisites ; Toys, Stationery, Tobacconist's goods ; Madame Weigel's Patterns; Agent for Eollps; Dye-workf ; Beglstry Office for Servants ; Tea and Coffee at a minute's notice.— Mbs Adams, Saunders' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. WANTED KNOWN— H. Dudley, the oldest eitabllrhad pipe-driver In Ashburton will drive pipes on the moat reasonable terms, and will repair small pumps with new leitheas anywhere inside the Belt for 2i 61 cash, and will sweep chimneys, small ones from Is 6d to 2< 6d and upwards, according to s:Z3. — H. Dudley, Moor« Street. 8 80 Public Notices \ £n v m rs/lV BRW will continue J\_ tbe Great Sale of DRAPER? »nd CLOTHING m the Arcade on BATUBDAY, ihe 24th, At 12 30 Sharp. (The Best of the Goods to be sold. ) T. BULLOCK, 8 121 Auctioneer. BROOKES COMPOUND SOLUBLE SULPHUR SCALY BLIGHT CURE. IS penf trating iv its effects, equal to anything yet made for the purpose, and an improvement on the concentrated or cauetlo soda now being extonsivoly usedSold m lib tins, Is 6i each, or m bulk to largo consumers, Is per pound. This makos one gallon of wash for 44. To quote pries per tree is misleading, as it depends, whether one qucrt or one gallon is need per tree. BROOKE'S Soluble Kerosene and Oil Compound, For SCALY BLIGHT. »- As Btrongly recommended m Moakoll's Book on tcale Insect* of New Zealand. This ia considered the only preparation yet known thai destroys the eggs ; and it has also the great advantage that it can be used without poisoning' tho hands or injuring the tree. It is the most concentrated mixture of kerosene and oil yet made. Mixes readily with water, and can be used with a garden syringe. Prut growers are atrongly advised to give it a trial.— 3s per gallon, or m |bulk 2s 6d per gallon Pkepakbd only by O.M.BROOKE CHEMIST, ABHBURTON. "The Corner." w. — °— Stock-taking Sale JLJLe of DBAPEBY AND C CLOTHING o ~ HEAVILY OVERSTOCKED L „ t | Many Lines NEW GOOD fIALF-PBIOE, I ALL GOODS REDUCED. R "THE CORNER."

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2204, 20 August 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2204, 20 August 1889

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