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I Wanted. j Cask Advertisements under this /wading, not exceeding 1G words, OWE SITIAG Addresses may be left at this O§iop I ~%%f ANTED"" Known—Royal Jubilee ' * V Merry-go-Round is now in erecI tion corner Wills Street. Open Thurs- < i PATuSlight. • 5 50 O _ every requisite at prices equal to Christchurch. Country orders promptly attended to.—H. M. Jones. j "OINE BRANCHES (for firewood) 5s i IJL > a load on the ground or 7s 6d ' delivered,—H. C. Segers. TV/ ANTED Known.—A special purVV chase of choice Ladies' Hats at a desperate price.—W. H. Collier. 4f130 DANCING. — Second Ashburton Social, Wednesday, 7th inst., in Orange Hall. For benefit of Mr Pat. i O'Connor, who accidentally broke Ins leg. 5 WANTED every man in the County to have a suit of the Ashburton '< Tweeds.—Robert Axcorn, Ashburton „ Clothing Mart, Saunder's Buildings. .

lIJ ANTED KNOWN—The " Strong j t 1 "» Wear ". Boot is the best for Men, Ladies, and Children. —W. H. Collier, : 'The Corner." TTTANTED KNOWN.—The Cheapest i VV House in Ashburton to buy Drapery, Millinery, Clothing, Boots, etc., is H. C. Segers, Melford House. W' ANTED Known —One hundred and fifty Ladies' and Children's Ulsters bought a great bargain (good qualities), now selling Artery cheap—H. C. Segers. Melford House. S" ~TOP~THAT~COUGH! By using Flower's Cough Drops. Guaranteeg efficacious. Can only be obtained at H. G. Flower's, Confectioner, East Street. 3 191 WITH one of my Tweed overcoats or a Sewn seam Waterproof and a pair of my double-soled shooters on, you can smile at J.a Grippe and Influenza as they pass.—Robert Alcorn, Ashburton Clothing M*Tt,_Saunders|_ Buildings VX/ANTED Known—The Cheapest \ V Shop to buy Tinware and Galvanised Iron goods in Ashburton, is at W. F. Hannaford's, Burnett Street. A 1 large stock kept on hand., Tin and Iron ; ware goods made and repaired with dcs ; patch "\

lublic JSotices. . T OST from the Railway Station a I 1 Black and White Sheep Dog. Owner will give reward to anyono returnng him to Mr McLean Dunn or to Sergeant Felton. 5 32 *~LC)iG^EIcH^OAD .BOARD. FINAL NOTICE. A LL Rates unpaid on May 10th will t\ be sued for without further notice. | 4!5230 BY ORDER. • SELLING OFF PREVIOUS TO STOCK-TAKING. BOOKS, Stationery, Fancy Goods, Music, etc., at' Greatly Reduced Prices, for Cash. N.Z. Jubilee Chronicle L. F, ANDREWES & CO

SGJ\'S & DAUGHTERS' OF TEMPERANCE FRIENDLY BENEFIT SOCIETY. "THE Special Advantages offered by iliis i Society are—lst, a, large invested fund $ 2nd, the funeral donation being reassured by the National' Division ; 3rd, a liberal relief cku-jng sickness, with choice of any doctor within the district for members and their families, and 11? large funeral donation as is consistent with safety. The Grand Division has established a CftSTKAi. Sick Fund, which secures uniformity of fees and benefits throughout New Zealand ; allows members to move from one 1 division to another without any increase of contributions, and affords absolute security to small or weak divisions, JJkxefit for Male Members :-~Firsl blx j inonj-hs' sickness, 20s per Aveek; second six montli<i, Jo 3 ; afterwards, 10s; death of a member, £30; death of a member's wife, £10. Half the above benefits are received by fe \i ■ ' ■■-■ ■ ■ . . ■.' ■ of lioitii HtiKfiQ shall be ejiibitled to the services of the' physician ; and a^otkecary, ; ' V".~ t l--;- —- " Scatis- ; factory medical ■.-■.■' ■ ■ >up to ' the Division the ■■■„■.•:■•.-; ; ■by it, to those officers on their accQiu^t, . The pledge originally ■■'■ t !'..■. .' unchanged until the pr ■■„.. . • " all forms of intoxicatingdrinksare proscribed. T]ic position the Sons and Daughters of Tohip&'-ance occupy is a standing testimony of'the value tf Jnh\l Abstinence principles, and compares foyoraj/ty with any other Friendly Society; the sickness JCij,to showing one-third less than that, of other'Syu^^ps ii<4> based on total abstinence principle's ; the death <:a^,Q Joeing only six per thousand in the Sons and Btuightera of Temperance, as against nine per thousand, the yearly average death rate of other Societies.

This Order should command the .support aji'V <t(ii^ntion of all earnest temperance workers, as -i^ £'ives uncontrovertible testimony of the yauie ,of tpfal abstinence to the health of the' body } extrttf ,1 decided influence on public "opiinpn, ft»d jp^'ovWcs fin opx>oriunii>y for total abstainers' lq make provision for thejnsejy*3 .in case of sickness, accident, or death. The Lodge moots MONDAY, I#U May, and each alteniato Monday, ivt phe Templar Hall, Ashburton, at fi p.m.. Every Total Abst/ihbk Shoom) Join, I o^ W. MURRAY, Buc,

WINTER 1890. ■ NEW ZEALAND NEW |ZE ALAND CLOTHING FACTORY, CLOTHIERS OUTFITTERS TAILORS MERCERS A.lNl> GENTLEMEN \S HAxXERS. WATERI'ROOFS matte to Mcasur. A Kplendid variety of pattern* to belccfc fronv BlanKetfi, R\ish, Toiler Doto Qnilts at prices to suit overy]x)dy lotpection Invited, ]^EW ZEALANP ; GlotMng Factor) W H WEBBER, Manager

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2423, 7 May 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2423, 7 May 1890

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