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— CASH BOOT STORE. - GEORGE" DIACK I T>RAOIIOAL Boot and Shoe Maker, JL will open on SATURDAY. 24th intt, m tho Town Hall Shop next Mr Kandell'a with a well selected Stock of BOOTS AND SHOEd. Order work and Repairs promptly executed, and special attention given to FIT and STYLE, combined with reasonable charges. . A TB ALiibLICITED. Bflsl James Wilkin & 00. WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. WE are prepared to mtke LIBERAL ADVANCES (free of commission) ON WOOL Plaoed m oar hands for Sale here or elsewberj. WOOLSACKS, TWINE and other requisites at nhocteat notice, Ohlef Agents for New Z -aland for GRAHAM'S PERMANENT FOOTROT CURB. JAMES WILKIN & 00, Woolbrokers, New Zealand Wool Stores, 9*9 gHereford Street FftIEDLANDER BBOS. SEED WHEAT SEED OATS SEED BAELEY WE HAVE FOR SALE ■ Pnrple Straw Toecan White Straw Ttuoao Australian Tuscan Green Monntain Tnfloan Champion Whlto Hooter's White Rough Ohaff Essex Pwaci Velvet Heavy Canadian Ontu Heavy SparrowbH! Oat 6 Heavy D>nijb Oat 1 Heavy Turtarittn Oats Ohovslier Barley O'ipo Barley All prime samples and mftohlnu dreaaed !f required. 1 Friedlander Brcs TT7 E ARE CASH BUYERS WHEAT OATS BAH JY iND BTEGBASB IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES TTTE ARE LANDING zx "Stella" and • { Opaw», l BED CLOVER WHITE CLOVER COWGRABS ALSYKE ohoioesFqualtty. Friedlander Bros

SOMETHING WORTH RBADINGt. HARRY TlyT AY O Withes to inform hia n aay friends and the Public general 'y that he haa bought th« Busitioss m Eaei etreec, luteiy cnxied on by Proieseor Ror>oitoui, and is making iuipottant alterations U.M. intends to kaep a fiiet-o^aßS Haifdießser m the Huirdrtssinj Department, and trusts that nil hia inenda and the Public generally will give him their patroi' age. TOBACCO, OKK 88, PIPE 3, And all other Smokers' Requisites of the beat quality always on u&ud. —PHOTOGRAPHY.— IJ.M. having engaged a first-class artist from Ghrißtchurcb. for the Studio 1b now prepared to take portraits and view* m town or couutry, cheaper than ever before known. Note the Address — I BARKY MAYO'S | Photographing, Tobacconist, and Hairdressing Establishment I EAST STREET, ASHBUBTOSf. 9*78 NEW A UTUMN AND W INI ER FASHIONS. S. W. A TooBN & C° HAVE now opened up a Choica Assortment o NEW &OODS For the Bonaon. New Jackets, New Short DoIm&nB, New Uldtera, Ladies', Maids, and Children's Newest atjles m Ladies' and Children's Hats, New French bross Stuff, New Dreaß Tweeds, New Plushes, feathers -ud Flowers, Blanket!, Flauweu, Sheetingß, &o. BEbl VALUE PBCKJUHABLB AT S, W. ALCOKN & CO. KABT 6TBBBT. 81 TO THRASHING MACHINE PROPRIETORS. I\ FLAVALL ENGINEER AND MILLWRIGHT, PETER STREifiT, Ashburton. STEAM ENGINEB"and BOILERB Repaired, Thrashing Machines over* hauled, altered, and latQßt improvements fitted into old Mr.chines, and made to Thrash Clean and Dr6Bs Perfect. FITTING 3 SUPPLIED and OONCAYfiti MADE. F. FLAYALL is not a Bampkin, but a man who has had TWENIT-FiVB YKAR3 of PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE In England m Making and Repairing Engine* and Combines. Numerous Testimonials on Applioaiion, Your Patronage ia Respectfully Solloitad 9t38 FISHING SE&SOW, 1889 FISHING TACKLE. PISHING TACKLE. JUST Arrived, ex "Aorangl" a large and well-assorted ttock of all Fishing Uequisitos, viz , Hods, Lineß, Be*'^ Stjokinga, Miunows, Flies, G,aff liooks, Mountinge, Aesortod lio^ S| anc i every Attio'e for the Ses%n, at Lowest Prices. Fishing Licenses can now be obtained from me. Aleo, New Stook of CRICKETING AND LAWN TENNIS MATERIALS; Wm. Zander, FISHING TACKLE DEPOT TOBACCONIST, FANCY GOODS WAREHOUSE. Your choice of 500 pieces of Music, Vcoul and loetmuaental, at 61 each. 45Ladies' and Gentlemen's Hair Dressing Saloons.

DO 100 KNO* THE LATENT JNiw^. ' NO, WHAT IS IT? "TTTELL I JNEVjSU 1 Every ono on^M «nd sbouia know, rapeolally the VY LADIES, the Beat Neva made PabHo for some time past, MITCHELL ~&~ TURNER'S NEW PRINTS, NEW PKINTS ARK NOW OPEN, ARE NOW OPEN, jUST c OALL ROUND AND GLANOE AT THE WINDOW. CHOICE DESIOT9, ixCELLENT QUALITY, KITASON^BLE PRICES. MITOHELfTS" TUBNER TANORED STREET. ASHBURTON. %, GREGG AND COMPANY, . 'PTJKE BLEFDED TEAS, HEW SEASON, 1888-9, b and ib PACKETS, 2lb FAWOY OAK IBTK.RS ani> Bib and Ilb TINf TRYTIIEBE BLGOTir*TitY THJEHK BLKHDS 1 ByJt * li: ' : si>» v s^^?* ?5 *>. 1 /^ 2s^ /^4d\ /^ : s\ / ((CROWN J) (( EAGLE J ((bxhibiti^)) I CL U B ONB TJJIAL WILL ESTABLISH THEIR COKSTAINT USE» i JTo be obt»lQCcl from i JOHN ORR & CO. y «ASTBTR«BT ASHBUHTOff ■■ ■ 1

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2232, 21 September 1889

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