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Ato_±_.UliTOJN UUAL AN© _filii_WUU DEPOT. KQ T)EAIH bega to Inform hli * O. 13 friends and the publii generally that he haa secured a f real aupply of beat Newcastle coal whioh h< intenda to sell at GBEATLY RBDUOEI PBIOES. Alao m stook—* Mount Somers Malvern, Westport, and Newcastle Ooal L -firewood, Post and Rails, Stakea , Strainers, etc., oto., Oats, Bran, Sharps & Potatoes, OhaiL Chick wheat, etc. - R.S. BEAN, D Weßt Street, \ THE LenitiVe Pectoral Syrup, H. Flob IS AN Infallible remedy for Oatabbhs, ' Beonohitis, Colds, and all BboicOHIAIr AFFJ.OTIONB. R ia for over Sixty Years prescribed by the medioal Celebrities. r Georges Paste of Epinall A Pectoral Liquobiob; Bonboh, is proved to be efficacioiis agaipst Colds, Nbbvous Coughs, and all irritations of the Thboat and Chest, ' s ( :i , BKWARE OF IMITATIONf?. REYNAL SONS bt Co, Ohumhts, 28, Bub TiancßOTjT, Pabis. J. G. DUNCAN. LICENSED LAND BROKER, GENERAL AGENT and ACCOUNTANT, ARCADE, ASABURTON, LICENSED to prepare Transfers, Mortgages, Leases and every other description ] of Documents under "The Land Transfer Act." Loans negotiated. Money invested. Agents for The Australian Mutual Provident Society, the Largest Life Insurance Society m the British Empire, its unparalleled' success being the wonder of tne world 1 : Anyone who has hitherto neglected this duty of life hould interview me ac once. J. C. DUNCAN. Tbe Victoria Insurance Company LIMITED. FIRE, MARINE, AND FIDELITY GUARANTEE. Established 1849, CAPITAL .. ,£-,000,000. Stack and Thresher Risks accepted at Lowest Current Rates. J. C. DUNCAN, Agent for Ashburton and District. John Banger, SADDLE, OOLLAR, AKD HARNESS MAKER, HAVING purchased the bualneai o Mr A. Ibbland, and removed Into those commodion. premises lately ocoupled'by him In Bnmett Street, bega meat sincerely to thank ms on_to__ers for past suppor and solicits a continuance of tbe same whloh he will strive to deserve by keeping the best stock of Saddlery and Harness, and strict attention to business, I oomblned with good workmanship and Reasonable oharges. * Repairs caatly and promptly attended to tl2o ■ ■■ •■ -■ ■■ ■ ZEAIAIDIA BOOTS TAe Grandest Wearing Boots Manufactured m the Colony. THESE BOOTS are now being sent for from Victoria, Queensland, and New South Wales, by customers who have had them previously m New Zealand! Borne time ago, a family who were returning to Yorkshire were fitted outwlth " Zealandia" Boots, by a large Storekeeper and they wrote to say that their ** Zealandia" Boots oaused a deal of discussion m the Old Oountry," and they atoutly maintained that no finer wearing boote could be made m England. Since w ting, ; these Colonists have returned tb New Zealand, and have informed us that their boy. wore. a pair of the "DEPENDABLE SCHOOL BOOTS while going Home; the time at Home ; while returning ; end has since worn them at school for some months, and the Boots are' perfectly sound Every other pair gave equal satlsfao lon There is nd greater economy than m buying " Boots, and remember thai none are genuine unless branded on the sole rhe Zealandia B*H>t Store is the Brand, and every pair is guaranteed a Has also the largest aaaortment of Eng* sh Boots at all prices. We sell at the lowest Dunedin and Christchurch prices, and we are never beaten. All Goods marked m plain figures. ZEALINDIA HOWARD'S PULVERISING PLOUGHS SINGLE AND DOUBLE FUREOW JOHN G. RESTELL WEST STEEET ASHBURTON;

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2211, 28 August 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2211, 28 August 1889

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