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Wanted Cash Advertisements under thi- head* ing, not exceeding 16 words, ONE ShiUinar. Addresses may he left at this Office. l**-»---~----_-___M_______________-__----«~--. I| SKATIN*..— The Rink will be open To-morrow oe ueaal. Exhibition at night of B'cycling. 9 142 \IJ ANTED a Ploughman, must be an VV experienced man. Apply with references to Geo. Jamison, Aahburton 9tUO ~\ TTTANTED Known— Saturday Sept. VV 2l:t *" 111 be lhe ,BB " d:, y of living away pre-ients at Melford House. — H. 0, Seobbs. > ..i i ' '..I ■ . TTITANTED Known -Too "StrongVV Wear" Boot ia matohlaan for durability and oon. fort, — W. R. Oollikh, •' The Corner." 6 78 J TTT^NTICD^Known -- After once we&r- --| VV Ing '-Strong- Wour" Boots y v will discard all others.-— Vr". H. Oolhbr. • Tho Oorner." 6 79 WANTED every man m tho Oounty to have a Salt of the Aahburton Tweeds.— Robbbt Aloobn, Aahburton Olothing Mart, Saunders' Buildings. WANTED Known. -If you warn good value for jour money go tc Met'ord Honse. Handsome present! giving away np to Saturday, Septembei 21.— H. C. Skobbs, Melford House, EOR genuine Ashnurton Twcea Sulti ready -made, or to measure, fit anc quality guaranteed, and at prices on equalled, go to R. AUfoBN, Ashburtoi Olothing Mart, Sounders' Buildings, WANTED Known.— lf yon want t< boy a ohesp paroel of Drapery Boots, Clothing, &0., go to Melfon House. Handsome presents to be glvei away op to Saturday, September 21.H. U. Sbgbbs A HP BO RTON Debating Soolaty mcc J\- TO MORROW (Friday) NIGHI at the Templar Hall at 8 p.m. Subjeot " Should the Bible be read m Schools. Publio Invited to attend. Membei are p»itloolarly requested to atten punctually. 9 13 READ THIS— New Fauoy Goods ;Ar Needlework requisites ; Toys, Su tlonery, Tobacconist s goods ; Madam Weigel's Patterns; Agent for Eollps Dye-works ; Registry Offioe for Servants Tea snd Coffee at a minute's notioe. — Mb Adams, Saunders' Buildings, opposit Railway Station. W" ANTED KNOWN— H. Dudlm the oldest establlthed pipe-drive In Ashburton will drive p pcs on the mo_ reasonable terms, and will repair smsl pumps with new leatbeas anywhere insld ihe Belt for 2s 61 cash, and will s-ee| ohlmneys, small ones from ls 5d to 2 6d and upwards, aooording to iiz>. — D Dudlbt, Moore Street. 8 WANTED Known .bat the under signed (formerly dressmaker ■ Rsngtora), hss commenced business a Dressmaker ln Ashburton. Ladies favor Ing her with orders will find them care fully osrried oat and tbe work exeoutei m the latest style. A perfeot fi guaranteed. Charges moderate. Pless note the address. Miss E. MoDoNKBLt Cameron St, West, Atbburton. 9t amaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawaammaaaaammaawaaaaaamaaaaaaaaam Pnblic Notices MONE_*TO LEND. £>QKnn T0 I--SND on rura AOUVV security at 6 _ par can m sums to su't c-otowitp. B. M. CUTHBERTSON, 9t127 Solicitor, East et-cer. MR S. B. SEYMOUR, OURGEON-DENTIST wUI VISII ASHBUBTON ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th, 1889, And may be consulted at Mr Cambridge Chemist, until 4 pm. 9+115 NOTICS TO OWN BBS OF STUD HOBOES. HORSE QABD3 printed >t " Mall" aiid "Guardian" Offioa with Neatness aud Despwtoh, and at Moderate 01 argts. UHARLBB J_IRADDEL Lloensed Landbroker aud Valuator 'under "The Land Transfer Aot, 1885. ESTATE, HOOBE, LAND, AND GENEBAL COMMISSION AGENT. OF WOE— Btjknett Btbtsi.t, Noxt to '•Mail" Office 6+9 TOWNEND'S BILIOtM AND LlVfiß PILLS. FOR Njrvousn bb, HeaJncha, Ac'di.y, Hi orebnn. pai s between th i shoulders Palpitation of th* Heart, Interrupted Sleip, Har_sd_g Dreams, Tendenc? to bo friahtaned, Spasms ar.d Flatulent Di'tens o s, Co«tiveneas, Skio E v tlocß, I~<p_r*B'ood and allßi'ioua D a rde r. Eo'd everywhere In b.xes li,l *6d 2s 6<i <.r sent fre. by post on receipt of stamps by tv Pr prietor. W. P. TOWNEND. Oh-mi't, 183 Oolombo Stn-et,, CHRISTOHUnOH ASHBURrON AGBIOULTUBAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL Horse Parade WILL bo held at the ARB BURTON OOUNTY SALEYARDS on SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, 1889 At Noon. Horses most be at their posts at 11 30 shsrp. Admission to the. publio, la. JNO J.Q QUANE, BJ2OI Secretary. Wanted Known I HAVE 20,000 PINUS iNSIGNIS One year old, 12,000 PINTJB INSIGNIS Two years old, transplanted; 60,000 CUPBE3STJ3 MACBOCABPA Oce year old.' 12,000, TWO YEARS OLD, TRANSPLANTED. ! Tbe above lines will be sold very cheap. apple"tbees 3 Years Old, bore fruit last year ; olean and good Borte, li 61 eaob. Inspection Invited. Price List oa Application, AH ordera cerofu'.ly and e.curely packod and deliverod at Railway'.i fot ; •\hiob no oi-.Rtgv) i. mado, JR, ... — Note the address. JAMRB PORTER, JSursoryouu, Oiliton Nornery. l I Ail'P'^ Al^bl-Itp-J, 1

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2231, 20 September 1889

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