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Wanted \ WA>TED— Evjry body to roll up to t Saturday night's entertainment m Templar Hall Admission, 3d. 8 145 i SBBUftTOtf DEBATING SOCIETY il mett3 To-night, Templar Hall, 8 o'olook sharp. Po«t folio nigl t 8 153 WANTED Known.— Rev 0 0. Brown, Baptist Minister, Timarn, will lecture Orange Hall, Thursday and Friday next. 8 150 WANTED Known,— That I have got Sixty Sides of Mutton to sell To-Morrow at the Triangle Butchery from 2s upwards. 8 152 TfIOUND In tbe vlolnlty of the Ashbur.s£ ton Bridge a Bet of Teeth, somewhat resembling the jawbone of »n Abb. Owner oan have them by applying to John Emttz, Box 4449, P.O. 8 146 WE are now olearing out goods of all descriptions very oheap before opening Spring things, also] double the value of presents now being given away. — H. 0. Sbgebs, Melford House. FOB genuine Ashourton Twoea Suite readymade, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices on equalled, go to R. Axoobic, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saunden' Buildings, EOR a few week m addition to out usual presents, an extra lot will be given away. — H. C. Sbobss, Melford House; - MBS Kennedy and Miss Cameron, Dressmakers, Moore St. Teachers of the Bdentifio Dresscutting and fitting. Lessons daily. Special arrangements for counter pupils. Terms on application. 6 56 PLEABE take notice. We have jnoreased our presents for giving away to double the amount for the next few weeks.— H. 0. Skqibs, Melford House. TTT ANTED Known— The "StrongW Weai" Boot li matohless for durability and comfort,— W. H. Collier, •• The Cornet/* . 6 78 "V\7"ANTED Known— After onoo wearYf Ing "Strong-Wear" Booti you will dltoard all others.— W. H. Oolliik, « The Corner." 6_79 GREAT parchtsa by Robert Alcorn from the Liquidator of the Aihburton Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, Flannels, Rugs, Shirtings, and Ladles' Dress Tweeds. Sale now on at the Ashburton Clothing Mart Saundeis' Buildings. rTTANTED Known— That Miss E W Bdwokds, Pupil of Mb R. Wood having secured a room at Saunders Buildings, li prepared to take Pupils fo the violin ; will also wait on Pupils a tbelr homes If required,— Miss E. Sim* moots, Greek Road, Allen* op, 6 6« WANTED Tenders for the addition of t#o rooms to a house on Alford Forrflt Road. Plans and specifications to be seen at the office of the undersigned, where tenders will close at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday 24th last. The lowest or any tender not necessarily acoepted. — Joseph Wabd. ' 8 186 T>EAD THIS— New Fancy Goods ; Are O; Needlework requisites ; Toys, Stationery, Tobacconists goods; Madame Welgel's Patterns; Agent for Eolips; Dye-works ; Beglstry Office for Servants ; Tea and Coffee at a minute's notice. — Mbs Adams, Saundeis' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. WANTED KNOWN— H. Dudley, the oldest established pipe-driven In Asbburton will drive p'pes on the most' reasonable termu, and will repair small pumps with new leathers anywhere Inside the Belt for 2s 6d oasb, and will sweep ohttnnajs, small ones from Is 6d to 2* 63 and upwards, acoording to s'z*. — H. Dudley, Moora Street. 8 8G BROOKE'S COMPOUND SOLUBLE SULPHUR SCALY BLIGHT CUKE. IS penetrating In ils effects, equal to anything yet made for the purpose, and an improvement on the concentrated or cauttlo soda now being extensively used Sold m lib tins, Is 6d eaoh, or m bulk to large consumers, Is per pound This makes one gallon of wash for 4 1. To quote price per tree is misleading, as it depend? whether one quart or one gallon is used per tree. BROOKE'S Soluble Kerosene and Oil Compound, Sor SCALY BLIGHT. As strongly recommended m Maskelrs Book on toale Insect* ot 2??w Zealand. This is considered the only preparation yet known that destroys the eggs ; and It has also the great advantage that it can be need without pols nlng the 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. Fruit growers are strongly advised to give it a trial,— 3s per gallon, or m (bulk 2s 6d, One Gallon to be used with three gallons of hot water. Pbbfabed only by O.M.BROOKE CHIsMIST, ASHBURTON. "The Corner." Stock-taking Sale JLjL« of PBAPEBY AND C CLOTHING o ~ HEAVILY OVERSTOCKED L T a Many Lines NEW GOOD HALF-PBIOE. I ._- ALL GOODS BEDUOED Jtij R " THE COKNER."

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2207, 23 August 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2207, 23 August 1889

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