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Wanted . ] Oash Advertisements under thi< heading, not exceed' ng 16 words, One Shilling. Addresses may he left at this Office. WANTED Tenders for purchase cf cottsge and J-anro section, T.S 468 Havelook street, occupied by M r Wtlmahurst. Tenders el'-se September 7th, at 6 p.m W. 0. Paos, East street. 8 214 TTT'ANTED— Every body to roll up to ' VV 1.0 G.T. Star of Etst L-T-'ge, fee and concert, Oildellows' Hull, Tuesday 3 ?d September, 1889. Tea and conoer', ls6d. 8 177 "TTT'ANTED Known— Saturday sept. VV 21ft will be the les* day of Riving away presents at Melford House. — H. C. Segers. Sai ■ ...- ,m,m mmma*m—a*aaaammmmam^~mmammi^mamammmammammmmm mm mma m a m *m m mumm~m+ WANTED Know-.-Tf you warn good value for your money go tr Melford House. Handsome presents giving away np to Saturday, September i 21.— H. 0. Seoers, Melford House. TTTANTED Known— The "StrongVV Wear" B.ot Is matoble.B foi durability and comfort, — W. H. Collier, • • Tho Oorner." 6 78 :^T-_NTED~Known.— If you want to VV buy a oheap paroel of Drapery, Boots, Olothing, &0., go to Meiford House. Handsume presents to be elver away up to Saturday, September 21.— H. O. Segers WANTED Kaown— After onoe wearing "Strong- Wear" Bootß jv-j will discard all others. — W, H, Oollibk. ' .« The Corner." 6 79 FOR gennlne Ashourton Twoea Suit* ready-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices un equalled, go to R. Alcorh, Ashburton Olothing Mart, Saunders' Buildings. MRS Kennedy and Miss Oameron. Dressmakers, Moore St. Teacher. of the Scientific Dresscotting and fitting. Lessons daily. Special arrangements for country pupils. Terms ou application. „ 6_56 GREAT purohase by Robert Alcorn from the Liquidator of the AahB burton Woollen Company, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, Flannols, Rugs, Shirtings, and Ladiee' Dress Tweeds. Sale ' now on at the Asbburton Olothing Mart Saunders* Buildings. WANTED Knr.wn— That Miss E. Simmonds, Pupil of Mb R. Wood, having scoured a room at Saunders' Buildings, Is prepared to take Pupils for ■ the violin ; will also wait on Pupils as i tbelr homes If required, — Miss E, Sim- [ mohds, Oreek Road, Allenton. 6 6 READ THIS— New Fancy Goods ; Are Needlework rcquleilea j Toye, ; Sia tlonery, Tobacconist a goods ; Madame Wolgells Patterns; Agent for Eoilpa; ) Dye-worka • Registry Offioe for Sesvanta ; Tea and Coffee at a minute's notioe. — Mrs Adams, Saunders' Buildings, opposlu Railway Station. WANTED KNOWN— H . Dudley the oldest established pipe-drlvei ln Aahbnrton will drive p'pes on tbe most I reasonable terms, and will repair smalr 1 pumps with new lestheas anywhere Insld. the Belt for 2i 61 oasb, and will sweep ohlmneys, small onea from la 6d to 2_ 6d and upwards, acoordtng to a z >. — B Dudley, Moore Street. 8 8 . I ■■«■ THE Third Shilling Concert In St Stephen's Schoolroom Is pns'ponec to TUESDAY, September 9. 9 2 t ' — -~ i MONEY. MONEY. rHAVK money to loi*** \>n *>pprr.ved freehold security frotjr£so to £5000. B*ls FRED. M/KEIG. LOST. LOST on Saturday, 31st August, a Cheque on Union Bank of Austiaii*. payable to J. Fein; payment stopped. Beward on returning to Mr J. Heseltine, Aehburton. 9 1 ' WANTED OAA SACKS WHEAT off oond'tfon fyyJXJ lor fowls' Feed JOSEPH CLARK, 8J205 Ashburton and Tinwald HJ. WOOD & 00. Stationers • Hall, are Se'ling Off UOOKS, STATIONERY, and FANCY GOODS at about COS. PRICE for CASH ONLY. •' Tbe Messiah." new edition, full vocal score, price, Is 6_. Sale for ONE MONTH. Oome and see. 8 204 TTTE HAVE FOR SALECBUSHED 8.0R3E PEED VERY OtiEA 8f134 FRIEDLANDER BROS. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited for cutting gorse cleaning dliohes and clearing a o:etk In ono of the L.gmhor paddocks at Willowby Tenders will be recalved till noon on TDESOAY, 3rd September. For particulars apply to D MoLEAN, 8 196 Manager. ASHBORTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL Horse Parade WILL bo held nt tho ABH BURTON COUNTY SALEYARDS on SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, 1889 At Noon. Entries— ss eaoh horße— close with the undersigned on TUESDAY, September 17th, at 5 pm. JNO J.C. QUANE, BJ2OI "^ Secretary. ' i i C ' _es__&^ — CASH BOOT STORE.— GEORGE" DIACK r>RACTIOAL B.ot and Shoe Maker, _T will open on SATURDAY, 24th ictt, m tha Town Hall Sbop next Mr Kaodell's with a well selected Stock of BOOTB AND SHOES. Order work end Repairs promptly executed, and special attention giveu to FIT aud STYLE, c mhinid with reasonable charges. A TEIAL SOLICITED. I

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2215, 2 September 1889

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