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Wanted. j Ca -s/t Advertisements under tkis heading, not » exceeding 16 words, ONE BRINGAddresses may he left at this Office Til ANTED a Young Girl to~make ? * herself generally useful. Apply Mail Office. 4 238 WANTED known, That the Foresters Social will be held in the Odd fellows' Hall on Wednesday Evening, 30b- , April. __ 4 15h WANTED KNOWN.—The Cheapest | House *m Ashburton to buy Drapery, Millinery, Clothing, Boots, etc., , is H. C. Segers, Melford House. • TITANTED KNOWN. — Muffins, W crumpets etc., fresh every morning, at the Ashburton Bakery. Orders will have prompt attention.—Charles Grubb. 4 217 '■> Ay ANTED Known.—A special pur V V chase of choice Ladies Hats at a desperate price.—W. H. Collier. 4t130 'v^ rANTED"KNOWN— IThe"' 7 Strong V V Wear " Boot is the best for Men, Ladies, and Children. —W. H. Collier, 'The Corner." ' . WANTED Known—For first class Drapery; if you want good value for your money, go to H. C. Segees, Melford, House. • WANTED every man in the County to have a suit of the Ashburton Tweeds.—Robert Alcorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saunder's Buildings. W! ANTED Known — One hundred and fifty Ladies' and Children's Ulsters; bought a great bargain (good qualities), now selling very cheap —H. C. Segers. Melford House. \ \ / ITH one of my Tweed overcoats or V V a Sewn seam Waterproof and a pair of my. double-soled'shooters on, you can smile at I a Grippe and Influenza as they pass.—Robert Alcorn, Ashburton Clothing M/rt, Saunders' Buildings. I VI/"ANTED"KnowrT^- The~Cheapest Vy Shop to buy Tinware and Galvanised Iron goods ,in Ashburton, is at IW. F. Hannaford's, Burnett Street. A large stock kept on hand. Tin and Iron ware goods made and repaired with despatch. STOP THAT COUGH! By using Flower's Cough Drops. Guararteeg efficacious. Can only be obtained at H G. Flower's, Confectioner, East Street „,-„..... ,-..' 3,191 fjrgiaramaaawaßgigaagapaai——i^—»——^ J-üblic Notices. LONGBEA.CH ROAD BOARD. FINAL NOTICE. ALL Rates unpaid-on May lOfch will be sued for without further notice. 4§230 , BY ORDER. CjnENDERS .wanted' for.'painting the J_ Canterbury Roller Mills, labor only. Tenders to bo in by SATURDAY, the 3rd May, 1890/' 4 235 . . ROLLITT & CO. SELLING OFF ; PREVIOUS TO STOCK-TAKING. "OOOKS, Stationery, Fancy Goods, [J Mu«ic, etc.,' at Greatly Reduced Pricos, for Co,*. N.Z. Jubiles Chroniole L; IV ANDREWES & CO OWING to the rise of Fab Sheep, we, the Undersigned Butchers of Ashburton, arc compelled to raise the price of Mutton as follows: — per lb. Sides Mutton ' 3d. Fore Quarters ... ... 2-Jd. Hind Quartern 3M. ■ , Legs ,4d. Trimmed Loins Aid. :' Loins with Suet and Flap 4d. Chops 6d. JAMES TASKER W. H. RULE SAM. BURNARD - JAMES SMITH THOMAS RJ2VBLL EDWARD J. COX GEO. WORNER ' GEORGE JAMES 4 237 Bhfcep- Dippiag ' AT M PUBLIC DIP RAILWAY RESERVE, Opposite Ashburton Saleyards, IS NOW GOING ON Man in attendance every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 9 to 1* other days can be arranged by applying to C. M. BROOKE, East Street. PRICE : One Penny per head under 500 ; 1 ' Three Farthings per head over 500. After Ist May, One Farthing por head more. Srcoke's" Perf^'" Swp D p Equa) to any, and superior to most, is sold in the Ashburton County only at 6s per gallon, used 11:> 110 and or 120 gal lons of water, goes further and is cheape hau any OTHER DIP. . ' WINTER 1890. , NEW ZEALAND NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING- FACTORY. CLOTHIERS OUTFITTERS TAILORS MERCERS AINU GENTLEMEN'S HAx TERS. I _ CXTATEBPROOFSmadeto Measur. \ V A splendid variety of patterns to bclect front),. •—««■ BlaiiKets, Rugs, SJd&r Down Qniits at prices to suit everybody Inspection Invited. NEW ZBALANP Clotliflg Factor/ Wf H WEBB Manage:

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2414, 30 April 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2414, 30 April 1890

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