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' ■ ■ ■ , a J jG^irTo X? A~ PER DAY to b oZfJ. dU^t made by persons of either sex, in their own localities, at / work for* us. 'New business. ' All meet ' with wonderful success. Any one."can do '• the work. Capital not required:? We will start you. Outfit worth £1 mailed ■ free. The employment is partic.ularly adapted to the region in which this publication circulates. Boys and girls earn nearly a much as men. Full particulars and instructions mailed free. Now is the ■ time—don't delay, but write to us at once. Address Stinson and Co., Portland, Maine, United States. fef. XJ O E V M O U R, k SURGEON DENTIST/ 215, Colombo Street (new Buildings near , Corner of Gloucester Street.) • ESTABLISHED "... ... 1869 ; SCALE OF CHARGES : Extraction. 2s 6d per tooth; Fillings, 6s per tooth. A reduction made where a number require attending . ' *' ARTIFICIAL TEETH The charges for Artificial Teeth are mads with a view to. strict economy, regulated .by such circumstances as cases present, or such .materials as'patients prefer. Particulars given on application. Consultation free. Nitrous .Oxide Laughing Gas) ' administered when required. Attendancei 9 a.m. to6p.m 215, Colombo Stekbt, Christchurch. • -■ ■•: ■- ■ ■ _- : ■ -:-; .. *8 is (jr TC TT Awe l T T) (^5 ~s"" SURGEON DENTIST,' 'v „.. (Formerly with A. W. Chatfiew, Auckland.)" . ' ; -CHARGES— Ordinary "Extraction... ... .2s 6d ' Painless ... ... % ... "5s 0d Stopping .; .'....>-'7s 6d Full upper and lower set of Artificial Teem 10 guineas, and all work : ■'.. equally moderate. .; : . . —CONSULTATION: FREE— '" All work done by him guarantied to.fits and look well. ' ] :S Address :—Court Chambers, above Mr H. M. Jones, Stationer East Street. ." Private Residence, Havelock Street Opposite Presbyterian Churc ' Stephens;; biios.' NOW having opened their Establishment , .IN , :>; BURNETT STREET ? Beg to intimate that they have been so firtunate as to have secured a 'egular'supply of .. ' ; BUTTEB & CHEESE TjIROM the well-known Dairies o X 1 Messrs Small, Wilson, and HoRSEy, so customers'can. rely upon getting their choice from any of: those Dairies which we consider are equal to any in Canterbury. - . . . We also wish to draw attention to'our I TEAS, which are now justjßlended, and we would like anyone who loves a real good cup of tea.to call for a sample. Wo have coo in addition to/the above a very nice assortment of CROCKERY - , ' AND ■ .\. / /-;■ ; GLASSWARE ■"••; BRUSH WARE ETC., ' ETC., Anci any goods not kept , Stock* will if quired be procured promptly. Parcels will be delivered and Customers waited upon if desired. ' STEPHENS "DROS TEPHENS JjKOS, i . - ' ' ' l Burnett Street.

CLEANING SALE or BOOTS ix : GEORGE DIACK'S ESTATE, HAVING! boon so SUCCESSFUL, \m will clear tlio BALANCE for 'n^ TFi "w eek tv ly UifE VV EEK ■ WNLY AT j STARTLING PRICES. ' ISTCHELL & TURNER h. guilds; SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACK SMITH AND ENGINEER, (Late of Cherfcscy. BEOS to notify thai ho has comnioncoil business in Ashburton in tlic. promises on Wnkauui Road, lately occujnodbyMrC. U".y, En-jMocr, where he hopes by si rid, a!ionium'to business, • lbinc-d wii!] ;,r.)ocl Woj-kniiinalup and Moilomie Ohai-ges, to merit a fair ahar<* as public support.. All kinds of Vjrriniltuvnl and other Mjk.'m in'i-y vi!p;iir«(l. Hor.-.e Shoeing an ;il! Kinds of Ukch-.miil^.' work donu'witk [)ioni[)litm.ie. Note the address— j ,:>'.' '■■ Lace of 1 ■ R. BAY) \ i ' - kau

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2411, 26 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2411, 26 April 1890

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