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' TINWALD AND MOUNT SOMERS RAILWAY. ,-, MOUNT SOMERS AND OAV E ND H ROYAL MAIL OOACH. fT^HE above Coach leaves Hood's hotel c-V JbJ iorOarendish Railway Station every ■^ ifijkfineetihg each train. ' r -^PtoeftngeM by morning train may proceed by «oaoh to A£ord Forest, thence to 'f , ll«fchv«n in time for the last train for 1 Ohriatchurch, or may return in time for - the las*! train forAshburton. : . j • Parceledarid Orders, will receive every . attention. Horses and Buggies on hire. , JOHN HOOD. , HU L I N' S ■ C L J NJS3 GOD FOUNTAIN PEN. ! W«mnteed 14 Carat. > Price 90 (37s 6d)~per doa. Retails voodi^r for $1 5s each.. The best pen for the price ever made. ' in use everywhere arid giving universal t LETTER FILE. -ysh Will koto 3000 betters alphabetically arV More than 6,000,000 in use. n; ;! P^teftbssslots, 3.75 -' (6d) per doz. " t THi MOST P(SPULAR LETEER T :o TtJUB EVER MADE. -" fj Order through Commission Houses. .^'SURGBOH DENTIST, (Formerly with A. W. Chatfibld, , Auckland.) —CHARGES— „ .OrdinaW -Extraction... ... 2s 6d '." Painless , ... gs Od ■'f ,;Stopping ».. ••• . ;•• T5 rv ,"■ Full upper and lower set of Artmcial Teeth 10 guineas, and work equally moderate. ►' FREE— V All work done by him guaranteed to fit and look well. Address : —Court Chambers, above Mr . H. M. Jpnes, Stationer East Street. . Private Residence, Havelock Street? -'-•r OppositeiPresbyterian Churc r fH TO O A PER DAY to by "!iV'3&JL cSZj^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 particularly , adapted to'the region in which this publi- , cation circulates. Boys and girls earn nearly a much as men. Full particulars arid instructions mailed free. Now is the . time—don't delay, but write to us a once. , "'Address » Stinson and Co., Potrtland, n; Maine, United States. .■«'r THE ASHBUBTON FUENITTJEE WAEEHOUSE TANCRED STREET. TQIOKFORD arid UNDRILL have a Jj ! large and carefully selected stock of FURNITURE now on view, including 1 Suites, Sofas, Couches, Cheste Drawers 1 '. [. Chairs, etc., eto., of their own manufacI *uw from well reasoned materials. \ : [ulronlrJßedsteada in . rarious patt«ns. n Beddina in igraai variety, fr^edal 1M« at PERAMBULATORS, '■c' fos* the thing foi ihe holidays. r.-. ; • JUiOMIOIOT OS J'lql glassware, „ -(o tfJ^' "r * • ' Ywt mftabVi km ChriolinM presents; •«-fO 81 l aA R BIV BD. ■J\ °n 'VL r** WAKEFIELD." ; fO^ ©onsteua«nVof, Assorted ;;; J r JF^NCY GOODS. , ; v; |£nspec^6j^,,SSeely .invited' vnl Forniture designed and made to order lib shortee* notice —Note the address— T A KCRBD STRRET f Oppcwte Hie Aroade ... AUTUMN & WINTER* I|B9O/\US jiNEW 'GOODS now on hand, \J edintfrise the following :— DIAGONAL. ;' Ooatirigs; Black and Blue. ' Worsted jCSuitirigs J. arid' 'Tirousenngs, J OHEOtS and STIOPES. i IHE4VT TWEEDS FOR WINTER WEAR. f' 'WehavealsbafewFANCY WORSTED ITSSSfINGS, veiy Stylish. tt P^ v"tn~" /^raighead '■'-fLZ'CL Jli»' Uraighead IILOES, y NORED STREET, ASHETTBTON. "~ HTGHILDS SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACK *SMITHAND ENGINEER, (Late of Cherteey. BEGS to notify that he has commenced business in Ashburton in ■ '<■- he premises on Wakanui Road, lately < v occupied by Mr C. Ray, Engineer, where - hopes by strict attention to business, combined with good Workmanship and Moderate Charges, to merit a fair share : public support BAH'kinds of Agricultural- and oth : | acbnery repaired". Horse Shoeing an .;, jd,l kinds of Blacksmiths' work done wit -J- f.tomptitude Note the addressLate premises of R. RAY; Wakanui Road.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2432, 17 May 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2432, 17 May 1890

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