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Wanted | 3ash Advertisements under thia head- ] in?, not exceeding 16 words, ON E J Shillinf. Addresses may he left at __■ this Office. _, WANTJfiD Known— Ssturdny «ep*. != 21et will be the laat day of plvlng . .wny presents at Melford House. — H, O. Segebs. WANTED Known— The " Strong- G Wear" Boot Is motohleeß for | n dorabllity and oomfort,— W. H. Collier, t o •• Tbe Corner." -6 78 8 i "\TT_\N^islLuown -Altar onoo wear- a W ing ■• Strong- WE-nr" Boots you a will discard all others.— VV, H. Oollibb, n « The Oornar." 6? 9 a ANTKDIkNOWN All Oyollsts are I Invited to take- part ln the open- t Inn run to-morrow nfternoon. Start at c 230 p.m. 9 110 r WANTED by a yoong mau, respect- j ( able bo.«d, lodging and waaning. . < Terms moderate.— Address, Box 42, Pest I Office. 9_- 06 J W r ANTED every man in tho Oounty j to have a Suit of the Ashburton I Tweed-.— -Robebt Aloobn, Ashburton ' Clothing Mart, Saunders' Bnlldlngs. ■ WANTED Known.— lf you want ( good value for jour money go to ( Melford House. Handsome presents , giving awoy np to Saturday, September 21.— H. O. Sboebs, Moltord Houae. EiOl- genolne AehDurtou Tweea Suits ] ready-made, or to measure, fit and quality guaranteed, and at prioes un equalled, go to H. Aloobw, Ashburton Clothing Mark, Saunders" Baildlngs. WANTED Known.— lf you want to buy a oheop paroel of Drapery, Boots, Clothing, &a., go to Melford House. Handsome presents to be given away up to Saturday, September 21.— H. O. Skobbs READ THIS— New Fanoy Goods ; Are Needlework requisites ; Toys, Stationery, Tobacoonlet « goods ; Madame Weigel's Patterns; Agent for Eollps; Dye-works ; Registry Office for Servants ; Tea and Coffee at a minute's notloe.— Mrs Adams, Saunders' Buildings, opposite Railway Station. __? WANTED KNOWN— H. Dudley the oldest established flpe-drlver in Ashburton will drive p'pes on the most reasonable termß, and will repair smalr pumps wlthnew leatheas anywhere inside the Belt for 2s 6i cash, and will sweep chimneys, small ones irom Is 6d to 2. 6d and upwards, aooording to size.— He Dudley, Moora Streot. 8 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 out aad tho work exeouted ia the latwt style. A perfect fit guaranteed. Oharges moderate. Please note tha addcont. Miss E. MoDonnbll, Oattieron Bt, West, A«h burton. 9+6 Pabllo Notices. FOR SALB OHBAP. A Good Sflcond Haod 501 o Bloyole, ball-beariogs to both wheels aud pedals. 9 108 J H. TWENTYMAN. A ROM ATI J HORSE AND CATTLE SPIOHS FOR SALE IN 7LB BAGS, Thia Is a splendid tonio for Horees. GSoT JAMESON, 9*102 4.shbnrton. rinENDERS ate invitod for tha orsctlou fl. of a Wealeyan Sunday Sohool nt Newton, Rikala. Plans and specifics - 1 tlons to be seen at my effi.e until MON- \ DAY. 23rd inst, at .er tbat date at Mr G. Jameson's Store, Rakaia; Tenders to bo In by noon on MONDAY, 30cb September. R. BIRD, 9 109 Aroliltec'. QT. A NDREWS /^HUROH, TINWALD. THR ANNUAL SOOIAL and CONCERT lr. aid of tha Ohuroh Fond will be bold In the Templsr Hall, Tlnw»l-i, on WEDNESDAY, September 18'h, 1889. Commencing at 8 p.m. Refreshments provided. An attrso'lv?. programme will be presented Tickets, Is 6- J Ohildren half prlos. 9 68 * LIOTURE, entitled "Ghmpses of * A -ther Worldr," illustrated by Astro Domical Diagrams specially prepared, and Ma|ic Lantern revolving views; also other views of Home aad Foreign Lands, will be given io the Orange Hall on WEDNESDAY Evening at 7 30. by Bev J, Diokson, M.A. Proeeada in aid of i Mahbath School Work. Admission Is ; Gbilo>en halfprioe. 9 105 npj cT~W N E N D ' S ■ JL Bixious and livkr Fills t, For Nercousaess, Headache, Acidity, I Wesrtbur Pains between the Shoulders , Palpitation of the Heart. Interrupted Sleep, Harassing Dreams, Tendency to be Frlgh<ened, Spasms and Flatulent Die tensions, Costivenesß. Skin Eruptions Impure Blood, and all Bilious Disorders. Sold everywhere in boxes Is, Is 6d, 2s 6d or sent free by post on receipt of stamps by the Proprietor. W; P. TOWNEND, Chemist, 183 Colombo street, OHRISTCHUROH. Just Landed EX "SPRAY" FROM PELORU3 t i BOUND,— 25,000 feet OF MAGNIFICENT WBITE PINE FLOORING AND MATCBLINING No Knots. No Shakes. , —NOW LANDING- ( Ex •• Ciufader." FENOING WIRE WIRE NAILB BOOFING IRON OEMENT WHITE LEAD RED LEAD i RAW OIL BOILED OIL WINDOW GL^SS W.H.COILINS&CO. IRON, TIMBER, j AND| Coal Merchants.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2228, 17 September 1889

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