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" THK MIRROR," ABI3H-OLA3S Weakly Sootal, Pulitioil, Literary, and Dramatic paper, to be published every FRIDAY, priae 33, by the Oentenlal Printing .acd Publishing Company, L'raitad, Melbourne Plaow, Rpgwei Street. Melbonrne TTTi2 HAVUi FOR BALfiCKUS3ED HOBBE FEED VERY CHEAP, 8f134 FRIEDLANDHJR BROS. i( The Corner." w. — *- Stock-taking Sale a. DBAPEBIT AND C CLOTHING O "" HEAVILY OVERSTOCKED L T Many Lines NEW GOOD HALF-PRICE. I -^ ALL GOODS REDUCED R " THE COKNER." Wanted Known. I HAVE 20,000 PINUS IFSIGNIS One year old, 12,000 PINUS INSIGNUS Two rear old, transplanted. 60,000 CUPRESSUS MACROCABPA One your old. 12,000 2 Years Old TRANSPLANTED, The above lines frill be sold very ohesp APPLE TREES 3 Yearn Old, Bore frnlt last year, clean and good aotts Is 6d each. Inspection Invited. Prioe list on application: All orders carefully and seourely paoked and doltverod at Railway station for whloh no charge is made* N.B. — Note the address, JAMES PORTER, Nurseryman, Ollfton Nursery AUftntnn. Aihhuvton. Tbe Mercantile Finance ana Agency Company, Limited, of Gbmtchnrcb. Incorporated under the provisions of the Companies Act, 1882. Registered Onuoi : MORTEN'S BUILDINGS, OHRIST--OHOROH. nriHlS Company is prepared to AD--1 VANCE MONEY upon Freehold Property, m large or small sums, at ourrent rates of Interest ; also upon tho Seourity of Bills of Sale, Mortgages of Stock, Wool and Agricultural Lions. For further particulars apply to JOHN G. REBTELL, I Agent, OB D. THOMAS, Auctioneer, 6116 West Street, Ashburton ——————— — __________^_ FURNITURE FUBNEPUBE UPHOLBTERYI UPHOLBTERY BEDDING BEDDING 1 1 ' 2OILETWARB! TOU.ETWABB Pickford & Undri)) TTAVB In Stock and for Bale at very XX reasonable rates, every description Household furnishing*. A Large and Varied Stook tele*! om, 49* Not* thb Addbhs — Mbnrton Fnmitnre Warehouse TANCRED STEEBT Opposite Arosde. D. McFarlane THE PEOPLES FAMILY GROCER TOINDING his present Shops m Bdrnbtt Jj Stbbbt too small for his increasing trade and present Large Stock of GENERAL GROCERIES, has secured those commodious premises m East Street next the TOWN HALL (late Zea'andia Boot Store) for the purpose of supplying tha Ashburton town and country public with marvellous valueß m TEAS, COFFU.ES. GENERAL GROCERIES, and ail aorta of Household Requisites, He also haa a varied and ohoiot eelcotion of CHINA, GLASSWARE, OROOKERY, LAMPS, TEA SBTS, VASES, Ac, Ac, whioh are grand quality and very low m prioe. Our flelobrated and unequalled Blendi of pure Indian and China Teas are, p&oked m air tight Canisters and Packets at , }s 6d, Bs, 2s 6d, and 3a pet lb. D, MoFABLANE FAMILY GROCER amb PROVISION WAREHOUSE

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2218, 5 September 1889

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