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Wanted » wh Advertisements under thts heading, not exceeding 16 words, ONE Shiliinir. Addresses may be left at this Office. XT ANTED to rent two good quiet f V milk cows, near calving. Addreaa atlng terms to " Staple" Mayfield. * , 9 59 rT7-__NTED Known— Saturday Sept. VV 21»t will be tbe last day of giving wny presents at Melford House. — H, O. so BBS. rTT ANTED Known— The "StrongVV Wear" Boot ia matohlesß for nrablllty and comfort,— W. H. Collier, 'TbeOornor." 6 78 \ITANTED Known— After onoe wearW Ing '• Strong- Wear" Boota you (dll discard all others.— W, H. Collibr, The Corner." 6 79 rTT ANTED every man m tho County VV to bave a Salt of the Aahburton Dweede.— Robbet Aloorn, Ashburton Nothing Marr, Saunders' Bulldiogs. WANTED Known.— lf yon want good valne for your money go to tfelford Home. Handsome presents dying away np to Saturday, September 51.— H. O. Sbobbs, Melford House. TTTANTED Known.— lf you want to VV buy a oheap paroel of Drapery, Boots, Olothing, &o.| go to Melford' Home. Handsome presents to bi Riven away np to Saturday, September 21.— BL O. Sbgoebs . FOR genuine Ashourton Tweea Suits ready-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prioes nn equalled, go to R. Aloork, Ashburton Olothlng Mart, Saunders' Buildings, WANTED Known that the undersigned (formerly dressmaker at Banglora), has commenced business as Dressmaker In Ashburton. Ladies favoring her with orders will find them carefully oarried ont aod the work exeouted In- the latest style. A perfeot fit guaranteed. Oharges moderate. Please note tha address. Miss E. MoDonhbll, Cameron St, West, Asbburton. 9t6 WANTED Kn wn— Thst Miss E. Simmonds, Pupil of Mb R. Wood, having secured a. room at Saunders' Buildings, is prepared to take Pupils for tho violin ; will also wait on Pupils ta tbelr homes If required,— -Miss E. Bimmoxds, Creek Road, AUentoD, 6 6 READ THIS— -New Fanoy Goods ; Are Needlework requisites ; Toys, Stationery, Tobacconist 7 * goods ; Madame Weigel'a Patterns ; Agent for Eolips; Dye-works ; Registry Offioe for Servants ; Tea and Coffee at a minute's notioe.— -Mee Adams, Saunders' Buildings, oppoiitc Railway Station. ». " WANTED KNOWN—H. Dudlby. the oldest established plpe-drivei In Ashbnrton will drive pipes on the most reasonable terms, and will repair amah pumps wlthnew leatheii anywhere Inside the Belt for 2s 6d oash, and will weep ohlmneys, small ones from Is 6d to 2 6d and upwards, aooordlng to elze.— H Dudlby. Moore Street, 8 i ■ Public Notices ASHBURTON WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL , Tbe ANNUAL TEA MEETING It connection wlih the above, will be held ot WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 11th. Tea at 6.30 p m. Admission, 1« Cd. Children, If, Addresses by Rev W. J. Wllllamr, ant other Ministers snd friends. 9 2"i FISHING SEASON, 1889 PISHING TACKLE. FISHING TACKLE. JUST Arrived, ox " Aorangi " a large and well-assorted Hock of all Fishing Requisites, viz , Bods, Lines, Reels Stockings, Minnows, Flies, Qtatt. books, Mountings, Assorted Hooks, aud every Article for the Season, at Lowest Prioes. Fishing Licenses can now be obtained from me. Aleo, New Stook of CRICKETING AND LAWN TENNIE MATERIALS; Wm. Zander, FISHING TACKLE DEPOT TOBACCONIST, FANOY GOODS WAREHOUSE. Your choice of 500 pleoes of Music, Vocal and Instrumental, at 64 each. Ladies' and Gentlemen's liaic Dressing 9*45 Saloons. Rink de Paris. THE RINK WILL BE OPEN MONDAY WEDNEBDAY AND SATURDAY CARNIVAL FANCY PAPEB DRESJ?, CARNIVAL IN PREPARATION, R ELBTON, Mnuogcr. •m■ ■ ■ " TO THRASHING MA(73I NB PRO " PRIETORS. F. FLAVALL ENQINISER AND MILLWRIGHT, PETER STREET, Ashburton. QTEAM BNGINKB~"and.BOILERB Re£3 paired, Thrashing Maohines overhauled, altered, and latest improvements fitted into old Muchinoo, and mado to Thrach Clean and Drees Perfeot. FITTINGS SUPJPLIED and CONOAVES MADE. F. FLAVALL is not a Bnmpkin, but a man who has had rWENTY-FIVE YEAB^ of PBAOTICAL EXPERIENCE In England m Making and Repairing Engines and Combines. ----- ' Numerous Testimonials on Application. Your Patronage is Respectfully Solloitsd. 9t38

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2221, 9 September 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2221, 9 September 1889

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