Wanted ' Cash. £ dvertisementa under this heading, not exceeding 16 words, ONE Bhillintr. Addresses may be left at this OfficeWANTED Known— Saturday Sep*. 21st will bo the last day of giving awny preientß At Molford Houoe.— H. 0. Bk«bbB. rTTANTJSD Knowu— The " SirobgW Wear" Bunt Is matchless for durability and oomiovt,— W. H. Ooiaier, "TbeCornor" 6 78 WANTED Known— After once wearing '• Strong- Wear" B^.ota y«>u will dl«o»rd all others.— W. H. Oollub, ' The Oornor." 6 70 WANTED every man m tho County to have a Bait of the Aahburton Tweede.— Robbbt Aloorn, Aabborton Clothing Mart, Saonderu' Buildings. WANTED Known,— Harry Mayo h»B taken over the business lstuly carried on by Professor Rc bottom, and trusts b(a friend* and the pabllo generally will roll op And give htm a 6t»xt. 953 PRIZE Rewitid and Presentation booki, Birthday booki aad Cards, Sorap albams, Porseß, Pooket books, Photo frames, midget, Oarte-de-vlalte *Dd Otblnett.— H. M. Jokm. 055 "TTTaNTKD Knowa.— Tf yjiu w»nt VV g°°d valae for yoai; money go to Melford Honse. Hid d some "presents giving away op to Saturday, September 21, H. 0. Sbgkrs, M&lfot d House. WANTED, by a yonne man accustomed to all hinds of Farm woik, • situation on farm or station, near Ashburton. TIM olaaß references, if required Apply office of this paper. - 9 53 WANTED Known.— lf yon want to buy a cheap parcel of Drapery, Bnots, O'othlng, &0., go to Melford Home. Handsome presents to be given aw*y op to Saturday, September 21.— H. 0. SecPbbs TTiOK genolne Ashourton Tweed SuktJj readymade, or to measure, fit and qnaitty gnarantoed, and at prices on •quailed, go to H. Ajloobh, Anhburton Clothing Mart, Snunders' Buildings. "A )|rBS Kennedy and Mibb Cameron, jj/Ji Dreseinakerg, Moore St. Teachere of the Scientific DrcßSCOtting and fitting. Leasons, daily, Special arrangements foi t ooontry pupils. Torms oa application. 6 56 WANTED Known ib*t the undersigned (formerly dressmaker at f BanKlora), has oimmenoed boilneiß at Dreißmakor In Ashbartnn. Ladies favorIng he* with orders wtH fiod them carefnlly carried ont and the work exeoatnd In the J»t«st: slyle. A perfeot fit euatanteed. Charges moderate. Plqbk note th» address. Miss B. MoDonnkll Cameron St, West, Atbburton. 9t( WANTED Known— That Miiss E Simmoni)*, Pnpll of Mb R. Wood having- scoured a room at Saanders BoUdlngf. !■ prepared to take Pupils foi the violin ; will also wait on Pupils «i tbatr homes If required,— Miss E, SimMONBB, Greek R«»d, AUonton, 6 6 RE AD THIS— New Fancy Goods jAn Needlework requisites ; Toys, Sta - tlonery, Tobacconlat * goodB ; Modatni Weigel'a Patternoj Aeent lor Eollps Dyo-workit ; Beglstry OflSoe for Seryanto Tea and Ooffoa at a minute's notloe. — Mm Adams, Saunders' Buildings, opposlti Railway Station. TI7"ANXED KNOWN— H. Dudim VV the oldest establlihed pipe-drive In Ashbufton wIU drive pipes on the mos retßonable teimn, t»p4 will ropalr smal pumps vlthnew leathew apywhere Inald The Belt for J!s 6i oaDh » Bnd wlll w^ ep ablmneys, Bmall one» from 1b 6d to 2 6d an' 4 ppwardß, acoordlog to eize.— U Dudley, Street, 8 J
Public Notioß.? ABHBORTON AGRICULTURAL AND ' f PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. * —— . THE ANNUAL Horse Parade ■\\TiLL b* held at tho ARH BURTON YV CODNTY BALILY&RD& on 8 SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, 1889 At Noon. p Entries — 5s each horse — close with the j undersigned on TUESDAY, September i 17th, at 5 p.m. , JNO. J.O. QUANE, BJ2OI Secretary. . FISHING SEASON, 1889 FISHING TACKLE. FISHING TACKLE. JUST Arrived, ex "Aorangl" a large and well- assorted f took of all Fishing Requisites,' viz , Rods, Lines, Reels, Stockings, Minnows, Flics, Gaff books, J Mountings, Assorted Hooks, and every Artiole for the Season, at Lowest Ptices. Fishing Licenses oan now be obtained from me. i Aleo, New Stock of OBIOKETING AND LAWS TENNIB , MATERIALS; " Win. Zander, WISHING TACKLE DEPOT TOBACCONIST, FANCY GOODS WAREHOUSE. Your choice of 500 pieces of Mua'c, f Vocal and Instrumental, at 6d each. • Ladies' and Gentlemen's Hair Dressing 9*45 Saloons. TO TBRASHING MACHINE PROPRIETORS. T. FLAVALL ENGINEER AND MILL WEIGH r, PETER STREET, i Asbburton. QTEAM ENGINKcTand BOILERS Rek^ paired, Thrashing Maohines overhauled, altered, and latest improvements fitted into old Machines, and made to Thrash Clean and Drees Perfeot. FITTINGS SUPPLIED and CONCAVES MADE. T. FLAVALL is not a Colonial Bumpkin, bat a man who has had TWENTY-FIVE YEARS of PRACTICAL 1 EXPERIENCE In England m Making and Repairing Engines and Corobinfif . Numerous Testimonials on Application. Your Patronage ii Respeotfully Solicited. kC& 9t38
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2220, 7 September 1889
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