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Wanted ash advert' sements under thi ty*^" ing, not exceeding 16 words, O^E Bhillinst. Addresses may be left at this Office. <» ' ANTED—^ respeotable girl, about I Vf 13 or 14 yeara o( age, to asalat m ouse work. Apply cffice of this paoer. 8 165 WANTED known.— Mr Knben Ib open to Musical, Educational and 31erIoaI engagements. 8 17a WANTED to Purchase, old bamuelson Mdc Delivery Reapers, p ioe 50b.— P. and D. Duncan, Wills etreeV Ashburton. B*l7l fTIOB a few week m addition to our Jj usual presents, an extra lot wilt be given away.— ii t 0. Seders, Melford Uouse. PLEABE tike noticj. We have increased our pieeents for giving away to double the amount for the next few weeks.— H. O. Seqers, Melford House. WANTED Known— Tbe " StrongWear" Boot is matchless for durability and oomfort,— W. H. Collier, •' The Corner." __78 TITANTED Known— After onoe wearVV Ing «* Strong- Wear" Bootß you will discard all others.— W. H. Collier, « The Corner." 6 < 9 YTTE are now olearlng out goods of W all descriptions very oheap before opening Spring things, also double the value of presents now being given away — H. 0. Seoebs, Melford House. ■§_■ OR genuine Aahnurton Tweea Suict JQ ready-made, or to measure, fit snd quality guaranteed, and at prices un equalled, go to H. Alcorn, Ashburton Olothlng Mart, Saunders' 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 a REAT purohase by Kcberfc Alcorn from the Liquidator of ibo Ashburton Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, Flannels, Rugs, Shirt ings, and Ladles' Dress Tweeds. Sale now on at tbe Asbburton Clothing Mart Saunders' Buildings. WANTED Ko'iwn— Thut Miss E. Smmonds, Popll of Mr R. Wood, having scoured a room at Saunders' Buildings, is prepared to take Pupils for tbe violin ; will also wait on Pupils as tbelr homes If required. — Miss E. Simmonds, Greek Road, Allenton, 6 6 READ THIS — New Fanoy Goods j Are Needlework requlaitea ; Toys, Stationery, Tobacconlat - gooda ; Madame Weigel'a Patterns; Agent for Eolips; Dye- works ; Begistry Offioe for Servants ; Tea and Coffee at a minute's notioe. — Mrs Adahs, Saunders' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. WANTED KNOWN— H. Dudley, the oldest established pipe-drive? m Ashbnrton will drive p<pei on tbe moat reasonable terms, and will repair small pumps with new leatheaa anywhere Inside the Belt for 2i 61 oasb, and will sweep ohlmneys, small ones from ls*6d to 2* 6d and upwards, acoordmg to a zi. — H Dudley, Moore Street. 8 80

Pnblle Notices TTTE HAVE FOR SALE,— CRUSHED aOESE FEED VEKY OHEA?, 8f134 FRIEDLANDER BROS. SPECIAL NOTICE. TREES. TREES. TREES. rAM selling Good Strong Macrooarpa at 4a per 100, All other TREES equally oheap. JAMES PORTER. 8J143 Allenton Nurtery. SPECIAL United Services will ba hei as follows ; — MONDAY, August 26.— 8 -pi Ist Church. TUESDAY, August 27— Wes'eyan Church WEDNESDAY, August 28.— Salvation Army Barracks. THUBBDAY, August 29. — Primitive Methodist Church, FRIDAY, August 80.— United Communion fc'ervice m the Wealeyan Churoh. Commcnoing each Evening at 7 30. Collection on Friday night to defray expenses. ?An interchange of Pulpit- will take place TO-MORROW MORNING m the Wea leyan, Primitive and Baptist Chu-ohes. and the Salvation Army Barracks. 8 155 GBEAT SUOOESS (Under tbe Verandah ) GREAT SALE "STILL GOING ON AT TUB * SHBURTON /^LOTHING BOOTS that will keep the feet dry. ASHBURTON BLANKETS, 13s 6d per pair. No Presents, nor Fares Paid. No Baits of any kind. Everything at tho Lowest Poesiblo Price FOB OABH. R. ALOORN SAUNDEBS BUILDINGS. D. McFarlane THE PEOPLE'S FAMILY GROCER FINDING his present Shopß m Burnett Etbbbi too small for his increasing trade and prese-t Large Stock of GENERAL GROOERIEB, bas secured those commodious premises m E*i«t St;eet oext tho TOWN HALL (late Zaa'aniio Boot Store) fo' the purpose of supplying the Ashbnrton town and country public with marvellous values m TEAS, COFFEES, GENERAL GROCERIES, and all sorts c'f Household Requisites He also ha. a varied acd choice selection of CHINA, GLASSWARE, OROOKERY, LAMPS, TEAS GTS, VASES, &c, &o, which sre grand quality and very low m ' price. Our celebrated and unoqaalled Biemhof pure Indian and China Teas are pickod m air tigh v . Cacisters and Packets at Is 6 J, 2b, 2d 6d, and 3s per lb. P, McFABLANE FAMILY GROCER and PROVISION WAREHOUSE J Pdqpbxt wp East ti wsis.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2209, 26 August 1889

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