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•• THE MIRROR," A HIGH -GLASS Weakly Soelal, Polltio»l, Literary, and Dramatio ptptr, to be published every FRIDAY, prfoe 3d, by tbe Oentenlal Printing and Publishing Company. L'mtted, Melbourne Flaw, Hostel Street. Melbourne Rink de Paris. THE RINK WILL BE OPSN ON SATURDAY Morning, 10 to 12, Ladles only. ADMISSION FREE. Afternoon, 2.30 to 4 30. Admhson, «3i Bkttes, 01. Krening, 730t0 10 Admission, la, B ELBTON, , Maoigcr. " GBBAT SUOOESS (Under tbe Verandah.) GREAT SALE "STILL GOING ON AT THB * SBBURTON pLOTHING M ABT BOOTS that will keep tbe feet dry. ABHBURTON BLANKETS, 13t 6d per pair. No Presents, nor Fareß Paid. No Baits of any kind. Xrerything at the Lowest Possible Price ' FOB CASH. R. ALCORN BAUNDEBB BUILDTNGB. Alfred Harrison, AUCTIONEER, STOCK AND ESTATE AGENT ANI» VALUATOR. SATURDAY SALE at IS o'elook sharr —Hones, Cattle, Pigs, Prodnoe and Merchandise. Panning Implements and Veblolei of all kinds constantly m Yards on Tlew FOR SALE. Clearing Sales held m town or Country m required, and most liberal terms •mnged with both Bayers and B«Uen. f"PO LET— Shops In Goleman's BnlldJ_ ings. Bedaoed rents. Good brlok bandings handiome shops. FOR SALE. Deferred Payment Seetlon, Wlnslow; 89 Mies i Cottage, watet racf} good fences at good bargain, Also, 1 Light Strong Gig 1 Spring Cart AOKKT FOB THB Norwich Onion Fire Insnrance Company. ALFRED HARRISON. 11 YOU " HAVE do occasion to support AUCTION BALES when you can «btaln a thoroughly reliable article from tbe NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY Almost at your own Price. We will supply a first-class S it perfect fit, from 243 6d. Good Strong Tweed Trousers, well cut, for 8s 6d and 10s 9d. Boys' Tweed Suite, lined throughout, •ttd pure wool from 10s 6d. Measure Suits from £2 10s, Trousers wool) to measure from .16s 9d. BUPPOBT LOCAL INDUSTRY AVD BUT FBOH THK NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory, 3 W. H. WItBBBB, Manager. Great Excitement AT W. W. SPENCER'S WE must Clear at an enormous Saorifioe £2000 worth of DBAPEEY, CLOTHING, AND BOOTS In ft month, at prices never heard of before m Aabburton, to make room for New Spring Gooda nor landing. BARGAINS~BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. White Calicos, 3a 6d a doren Dress Material*, 4id "^' Home fipnns 64d ; Dreee Tweeds, 7 W Men's Tweed Salts, 18s 9d Toutbs 1 Tweed Su'ts, 11s 6i Boys' and Youths' Moles, 2s lid Ladies' Jackets. Underclothing and Corsets at h»l' price Ladies and Children's Straw Hats, 3i •ich 4-ply Wool all Colors, Is lid the lb. Boots Boots OHE4PBR THAN EVER, Ladies' E.B. Leather Boots, 4b lid Children'! E.S. Boots, Is Men's Boots, Shooters, lls 6d ; Bluchers 7s 6i. AT VT. W f Spencer'a THF ARCADEi

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2214, 31 August 1889

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