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Wanted Cash Advertisements under thi* heading, not exceeding 16 words, ONE Shilling Addresses may be left at this Office. WANTED to leta Fonr-rof.m d Cottage new Oddfellowo' fI»U. Apply GW. Asdrews. 9 30 WANTED to let 5 roomed Houbs, corner M'"" 1 ?- struct and C*»o Btreet. Apply W. Zakdkb, Bast sts^e 1 . 9 28 "YTTANTED Known— Saturday Sep>. W 2bt will bo the last day of giving aw*y presents at Melford House, — H. 0. ISegers. f ' \ i — ; — > %». VAJSIBD Apprentices to the Dress VV making. Apply Mrs Mbkch, Ooleman'a Buildiogs. , ;9 23 WANTED Known. -Tf you want good value for your money go to Melford Honae. Handsome presents giving away op to Saturday, September 21.— H. 0. Seders, Melford House. VYT ANTED Known—The " Stron*YY Wear" Boot ia matohless for dnrablllty and comfort, -W. H. Oolliir, •» The Corner." 6 |8 WANTED Known.— lf you want to bay a cheap parcel of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &0,, go to Melford Houae. Handsome presents to be given away np to Saturday, September 21.— H. C. Sbgbrs VITANTED Known— After onoo wearYY Ing ••Strong- Wear" Boots you will dhoard all others.— W, H. Oollibr, ' The Corner." 6 79 FOX genqlns Aahourton Tweea Suits ready-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prices un equalled, go to H. Aloorn, Aahburton Olothing Mart, Baundera f Buildings. MBS Kennedy and Miaa Cameron, Dressmakers, Moore St. Teachers of the Scientific Dresscotting and fitting. Leasona daily. Special arrangements for country pupils. Terms on application. ' 0 56 WANTED Tenders for purchase of cottage and £-aort section, T.S. 468 Havelook street, occupied by Mr Wllmsburat. Tenders olobb Saptember 7in, at 6 p.m.— W. 0. Pagb, Bast street. 8 214 WANTED Known— That Miss E. Simmonds, Pupil of Mb R. Wood, having seoared a toom at Saundere' Balldlngs, is prepared to take Pupils for the violin ; will also wait on Pupils m tbdr homes if required, — Miss E. SimUOHDB, Creek Road, Allenton* 6 6 /^i BEAT purchase by Bobert Aloorn \Jf from the Liquidator of the Ashburton Woollen OompaDy, of Winter Tweeds, Blankets, flannels, Rugs, Shirt logs, and Ladles' Dress T weeds, ftalb now on at the Ashburton Clothing Mart Ssunders 1 Baildings. TIEAD THIS— New Fanoy Goods ; Are Xi» Needlework rcquliltos ; Toyr, Stationery, TobacconUt'a goods ; Madame Wslgel's Patterns; Apient for Eolipa; Dys-works ; Beglstry Office for Servants ; Tea and Coffee atamlnute's'notioe. — Mrs Adams, SauoderV Buildings, opposite Railway 8 tut lon. mANXBD KNOWJN— H. Dodley YY the oldest eetabllih^d j:lpe-drlver m Anhburton will drive p-pea oa the most reasonable terms, and will repair smalr pumps with new leatheaa anywhere inside the Belt for Hi 6d oasb, and will weep chimneys, small onea from la 6d to 2 6d and npwards, according to aizo.-^H Dudley, Moore Street. 8 8 WANTED Known that iho undersigned (formerly dressmaker at Patigiora), has cummencei bneiuHfS as Dressmaker lv Athburton. Ladies favoring her with orders will find them carefully curried out and the work executed m the latest style. A perfect fit guaranteed. Charges moderate. Plaase nota tha addrens. MjBS E. MoDonnkll, Cameron St, West, Ash burton. 9t6 Public Notices MONEY. MONEY. JHAVBI money to lend on approved freehold security from £50 tn £5000. B*ls FKifiD. M4KEIG. HJ, WO O D & CO. Stationers • Hall, are Selling Off bOOKS, STATIONERY, and FANOY GOODS at about OOSI PRICE for CASH ONLY. " The Mesßiah," new edition, full vocal score, price, Is 6d. Sale for ONE MONTH, Come and see 8 204 ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL Horse Parade \I/"ILL be held at the ABfI BURTON YV COUNTY SALEYARDB on SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, 1889 At Noon. Entries— ss each horse — close with the undersigned on TUESDAY, September 17th, at 5 p.m. • JNO. J. 0. QUANE, BJ2OI Secretary. Rink de Paris. THE RINK WILL BE OPEN MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Morning, 10 to 12, Ladies only. ADMISSION FREE. Afternoon, 2.30 to 4.30. AdmiseoD, 6 i. Bkatee, 6d, Evening, 7.30 to 10. Admission, la, R, ELBTON, Manager. GREAT SUCCESS (Under tbo Verandah ) GREAT SALE 6TILL GOING ON AT TBB a SHBURTON /CLOTHING BOOTS that will keep the feet dry. ASHBURTON BLANKETS, 13s 6d per pair. No Presents, nor Fares Paid. No Baits of any kind. Evarylhing at the Lowest Possible Price ■ FOR CASH. I?. ALOORN 1 SAUfiDEBe, 8011/ DINGS.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2218, 5 September 1889

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