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Wanted f TIJANTED a StroDg Boy about 14 VV years of age. Apply « Mall" Office. 8 132 WASTED for immediate delivery 60 Tons Oaten Sheaf Chaft.— FbibdiiAndek Bbob. 8t133 WE are now clearing out goods of all descriptions very cheap before opening Spring things, alsoi double the value of presents now being given away. — H. O. Seoebs, Molford House. L OR genuine Aahourton Twceu Suite ■ jt? ready-made, or to measure, fit and i quality guaranteed, and at prices an I equalled, go to H. Axcorn, Ashburtoo Clothing Mart, Saunders' Buildings. fT^OB a few week m addition to our F usual presents, an extra lot will be given away. — H. O. Sbgbss, Melford House. MBS Kennedy and Mihb Cameron, Dressmakers, Moore St. Teaobers of the Eclentifio Dresscuttiug and fitting. Lessons daily. Special arrangements for \ country pupils. Terms on application. 6 56 PLEABE tike notiea. We have inoreased our presents for giving away to double the amount for the next few weeks. — H. 0. Skgkbs, Melford House. ANTED Known— The "StrongWear" Boot Is matchless for durability and comfort, — W. H. Collie b, "Tbe Corner." 6 78 ANTED Known— After onoa wearing " Strong- Wear " Boots you will discard all others.— W, H. Collibr, « The Corner." 6 79 "lITANTJfiU a.uown.— mat i nave VV removed to more centrally situat 6^* Premises next Mesera W . Zander and »• Purobaee, East street.— rJ. W. HabdlbT, Plumber, Gasfitter, mnd Tinsmith. 5J196 GREAT purohase by Robert Alcorn from the Liquidator of the Ashburton Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, Flannels, Rugs, Shirtings, and Ladies' Drees Tweeds. Gale now on at the Ashburton Clothing Mart Saunders' Buildings. WANTED Known— That Miss E Simmonds, Pupil of Mb R. Wood, having secured a room at Saundere' Buildiugs, Is prepared to take Pupils for the violin ; will also wait on Pupils »s their homes If required, — Miss E, Sim 6 moxds, Of eek Road, Allentor>« 6 WANTED Tenders for tbe addition of two rooms to a hone© on Alford Forest Road. Plans and fpecifications to be seen at the office of tbe undersigned , where tenders will close at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday 24th init. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.— Jcsbph Wabd. * 8 126 T)EAD THIS— New Fancy Goods ; Are JLI; Needlework requlaites ; Toys, Stationery, Tobacconist t goods ; Madame Weigel's Patterns; Agent for Eolips; Dye-works ; Registry Offioa for Servants ; Tea and Coffee at a minute's notice. — Mbs Adams, Saunders' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. VT7ANTED KNOWN— H. Dudiby, VV the oldest eatablith^d pipe-driver In Ashbucton will drive ptpes on the most reasonable terms, aDd will repair small pumps with new leatheao anywhere inside the Belt for Hi 61 cash, and will sweep chimneys, small ones from la 6d to 2« 6d and upwards, according to s'ze. — H. Dudley, Moore Street. 8 80 Public Notices * TENDERS. f'pENDIfiRS are Invited for the cleaning . I of Ditches and ouitiog Gnree on one of the Lsgbmor paddooka near Willowby, Tenders to ba sent In not later than Noon of SATURDAY, 24. h August. For particulars apply to DONALD MoLE4N, gtlls L*ghmor. BROOKE'S COMPOUND SOLUBLE SULPHUR SCALY BLIGHT CURE. TS p9Detrating In Us effects, equal to anything yet made for the purpo3O, and an improvement on the concentrated or cauktlc soda now being extensively used Sold m lib tins, Is 6d each, or m bulk to large consumers, Is per pound. This makes one gallon of wash for 4j. To quote price per tree is misleading, as it depends whether one quart or one gallon is need per tree. BROOKE'S Soluble Keroeene and Oil Compound, For SCALY BLIGHT. As strongly recommended m Maskell's Book on ircale Insects of New Zealand. This is considered the only preparation yet known that destroys the eggs; and it has also the great advantage that it can be used without poisoning the hands or injuring the tree. It ia the most concert- < trated mixture of kerossne and oil yet made. Mixes readily with _ water, and can be used with a garden syringe. Fruit , growers are strongly advised to give It a j teal.— 3s per gallon, or m (bulk 2s 6d per gallon Pbbpabbd only By O.M.BROOKE CHEMIST, ASHBURTON. 'The Corner."! W. ~~ Stock-taking Sale JLLe of DRAPEBY AND C CLOTHING o ~~ BEAVILY OVERSTOCKED L T Many Lines NEW GOOD HALF-PRICE, J ALL GOODS REDUCED, U "TBE CORKER."

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2205, 21 August 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2205, 21 August 1889

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