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ABttttU-tt'-L'U^ <J^A.L AND i<'iiii!iWou DEPOT, K£>( T)EAN begs to Inform his JO, Jt> frienda and the public generally that he has secured a fresh buddlv of beßt Newcastle coal which he intenda to sell at GKEATLY REDUCED PBIOEB. Also m etock— Mount Somers, Malvern, Weetport, and Newcastle Goal. Firewood, Poßt and Rails, Stakes, Strainers, etc, etc., Oats, Bran, Sharp*, Potatoes, Chaff, Ohlokwheftt, etc. R. S. BEAN, Weßt $treet, I THE Lenitive Pectoral Syrnp,H.Flon rS AN Infallible remedy for Oat^bbhs, Bbonohitis, Golds, and all Bronchial Affections. It is for over Sdcty Ybabs prescribed by the medical Celebrities, Georges Paste of Epinall A PEOTOiAii Liquqbiob Bonbon, ia proved to be efficaoloua against Colds, Njsbvous Coughs, and all irritations ol the Thboat and Chest, BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. REYNAL SONS wr Co, Chemists, 28, Eva TATTBOtrr, Pabis. j. a dtjncan. LICENSED LAND BROKER, GENERAL AGENT AND ACCOUNTANT, ARCADE, ASABURTON, T ICENSED to prepare Transfers, Mori* ■*-* gages, Leases and every other description of Documents under "The Land Transfer Act." Loans negotiated. Money invested. Agents for The Australian Mutual Protrident Society, the Largest Life Insurance Society m the British Empire, its unparalleled success being the wonder of tne worls I Any« one who has hitherto neglected this duty of life hould interview me ac once. J. C. DUNCAN. The Victoria Insurance Company LIMITED. FIRE, MARINE, AND FIDELITY GUARANTEE, Established 1849; CAPITAL .. £1,000,000. Stack and Thresher Risks accepted at Lowest Current Rates. J. C. DUNQAN, Agent for Ashburton and District. John Banger, SADDLE, COLLAR, AIsD HARNESS MAKER, HAYING pnrohaeed the bqalneuH 0 Mr A. Ibeland, and removed Into those commodious premises lately oconpled by him In Barnott Street, begs meit • sincerely to th»nk his customers for past' euppor and solicits a continuance of the same which he will strive to deserveby keeping the best stock of Saddlery and Harness, and strict attention to business, combined with good workmanship and Reasonable charges. Repairs us»tly and promptly attended to tl2O ZEALANDIA BOOTS Tiie Grandest "Wearing Boots Manufactured m the Colony. , rpHESE BOOTS are now being Bent for !_ from Victoria, Queensland, and New Bonth Wales, by customer* who have had them previously m New Zealand. Some time ago, a family who were re* taming to Yorkshire were fitted ontwlth " Zealandia" Boots, by a large Storekeeper and they wrote to say that their " Zealandia" Boots caused a deal of discussion, m the Old Country," and they stoutly maintained that no finer wearing boots could be made In England. Since w ting, these Colonists have returned to New j> ; 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 ; and has since worn them at nohoot for some months, and the Boots are perfectly sound Every other pair gave equal satlafac lon There is no greater economy than m buying " Zeajandia" Boots, and remember that none are genuine unless branded on the sole — » ««■"»■ * * — ~<y* » rhe Zealandia B^ot Store is the Brand, and every pair 13 guaranteed. Has also the largest assortment of Engah Boots at all prices. We sell at the loweit Dunedin and Christchurcn prices, and we are never beaten. All Goods marked m plain figures; ZEALANDIA Boo2tsa^R» HOWARD'S PULVERISING PLOUGHS SINGLE AND DOUBLE FURROW JOHN G. RESTELL WEST STREET > ASHBURTON.

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

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

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