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Wanted ] Cash Advertisements under thl head- » ing, not exceeding 16 words, One Bhillinnr. Addresses may be left at this Office. WAITED— Evoiy body to roll up to Saturday nigl t's enferta^ment m Templar Hall Admission, 3d. 8 145 WANTED Known. -Roy 0 0. Brown, Baptist Minister, Timaru, will lecture Orange Hall, Thursday an'i Friday next 8 150 FOB a few week m addition to our usual presents, an extra lot will be given away. — H. 0. Skgbss, Melford tfouee. O7ANTKD,— A situation as house W keeper, by a respectable middle aged person, to one or two single gentlemen.— A.Z. " Guardian OftW 8 142 LEASE tike notice. We have increased our presents for giving away to double the amount for the next few weeks.— ll. O. Sbqbes, Melford House. ANTED Knowu— Tbe " StrongWear " Boot is mntcbleßs for durability and comfort,— W. H. Collier, •■ Tbe Corner." WANTED Known— After once wearing *•• Strong- Wear " Boota you will dUcard all others.— W. H. Gollibb, « The Corner." 6 79 TTTE are now clearing out goods of W all descriptiona very oheap before opening Spring things, also' double the value of presents now being given away. — H. 0. Segebs, Melford House. f<olt genuine AshDurton Twcea Suite ready-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices un equalled, go to R. Alookn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saundors' Buildings, MBS Kennedy and Miss Cameron, Dressmakers, Moore St. Teachers of the Scientific Dresscutting and fitting. Lessons daily. Special arrangements for country pupils. Terms on application. 6 56 TiIOUJND m tb'e vicinity of the Aabbar,flj ton Bridge a set cf Teetb, somewhat resembling the jawbone of an Abb Owner can have them by applying to Johk Fmit»,-B x 4449, P O. 8 146 KB AT purohwe by Kobert Alcorn from the Liquidator of tbe Ashburtoo Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, Jflaonele, Kuga, Shirt lDgs, and Lftdloa' Dress Tweeda. bale now on at tbe Ashburton Clothing Mart Saunders' Bulldtngi. WANTED Known— That Miss E. Sxmmonds, Pupil of Ma R. Wood, having secured a room at SaunderV Balldlngs, is prepared to take Pupils for the violin j will also wait on Puplis ts tbeir homes if required, — Miss E. SimHoin)S, Creek Road, AUentop, 6 6 READ THIS— New Fancy Goods ; Are Needlework requisites ; Toys, Stationery, Tobacconist a goods ; Madame Weigel's Patterns; Agent for Eolips; Dye-works ; Begistry Offioo for Servants ; Tea and Coffee at a minute's notloe. — Mbs Adams, Banndaia' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. ANIBD KNOWN— H. Dudlby, tbe oldeat eetabllthed pipe-driver m Ashburton will driva p'pee on the most reasonable terms, and will repair small pumps with new lentheas anywhere inside \he Bait for 2i 61 cash, and will sweep chimneys, small ones from Is 6d to 2i oa ana upwards, according to b;zj. — a. Dudley, Moora Street. 8 80 Public Kotlce3 -^Fr"E~HAVfi tfOii BALE,— CRUSHED &ORBE FEED VERY CHFA?, 8f 134 FRIEDLANDBiR BBOS. — cash boot store.— georgFdlack ■QB&CTIOaL Boot and Shoe Maker, "T will open ou SATURDAY, 24th imt, m th<» Town Hall Shop next Mr Faadell'o with a well selected Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES. Order work and Repairs promptly executed, and special attention given to FIT and STYLE, o mkincd with reasonable charges. A TRIAL SOLICITED. Bflsl A. W. Randell, FRUITERER AND FRUIT GROWER, TOWN HALL AND NORTH-V/EST BELT, ALLENTON, WISHES to draw special attention to his present Stock of Seed potatoes grown from imported tubers, inh's own ground, especially the Beanty of B»th whfoh ia a wonderfully proHfio and eerly variety and tho best aort of potato for table purposes. KIDNEYS, real IRISH FLOUNDERS (true), and other v»rlet!e B •lao ia stock. Good DERWENTS- for present nee delivered any part cf Town ->r Suburbs. 8 *90 D. McFarlane THE PEOPLE'S FAMILY GROCER ■ |7tf NDING his present Shops m Burnett JU fxBEET too Bmall for his increasing trade and prcß9bt La-ge Stock of GENERAL GROOERIEB, has Becured thoso commodious premises m Enet Street next ihe TOWN HALL (late Zea!sndia Boot fc:ore) for the purpose of supplying Ihe Aehburton town and country public with inarvelloua values m TEAS OOFFKE3, GENERAL GROCERIES, 1 and all Bort3 < f Household Requisites. fie also baa a varied and choice selection of CHJNA, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS, TEASKTS, VASES, &c, &c, which ara grand qualify and very low ia price. Oar celebrated acd unoqaalled Biendi of pure Indian and China Teas are packed m cir tighc Cacisters and Packets at Is 6d, 2s, 2s 6d, und 3s per lb. I). McFARLANE FViIILY GROCER and PROVISION W4&EHOOSE EUSHSTI AHD £asx Htsisxb. '

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2208, 24 August 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2208, 24 August 1889

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