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TINWALD AND MOUNT SOMEHS I RAILWAY. I MOUNT SOMERSAND OAVEND H BOTAL MAIL COACH. THE aboye.Coach leaves Hood's hotel for OaTftndish Railway Station every day, meeting each train. Passengers by morning train may proteed by •oaeh to Aljord Forest, thence to JKethr«m In time for the last train for Ghrietohurch, or-may return in time for fhe lftß* train for Ashburton. Pared* and Orders will receive everyt at*entio».- Horses and Buggies on hire. 11 JOHN HOOD. HU L lIN' S 1 U L I N' S i; GOD FOUNTAIN PEN.' Wftrranteed 14 Carat, jj Price $0 (37s 6d) per doz.K^etaas jwadily fo» $1 5s each.; _._„„ The best pen for the price ever made. In use ererywhere and giving universal satisfaction. HULIN'S LBITER FILE. . Will hold 3000 letters alphabetically arranged." More than 6,000,000 in use. Price, in irons lots, 3.75 (6d) per doz. •• THB MOST POPULAR LETEER JILB EVER MADE. Ordei through Commission Houses. /^ TpAWOIT T) 0D s SURGEON DENTIST, (Formerly with A. W. Chatfield, Auckland.) '^\ Ordinary-Extraction 2s 6d . Painless. .., 6s Od Stopping 7s 6d Full upper and lower set of Artificial Teeth 10 guineas, and sll work equally moderate. ■^-CONSULTATION FREE— "" All work done by him guaranteed to fit and look well. Address :—Court Chambers, above Mr •. H. M> Jones, Stationer East Street. Private Residence, Havelock Street? Opposite Presbyterian Churc _G1 T0 JO A PER DAY to by 7^l I d^\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 tha work. Capital not required. We will start you. Outfit worth £1 mailed free. The employment is particularly 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 a once. Address Sxinson and Co., Potrtland, Maine, United States. THE ASHBUKTON FUKNITUBE WAREHOUSE, TANCRED STREET. PICKFORD and UNDRILL have;a ' large and carefully selected stock of r' FUBNITURE - now on view, including Suites, Sofas, Couches, Chests Drawers* Chairs, ©to., etc., of their own manufac- ' tura from well seasoned materials. . Iron Bedsteads in rarious patterns. Bedding in great variety. t Speoial-lineof PERAMBULATORS, ' fust the thing foi the holidays. A OHOtCftl AWOEXMBNT OF cms a* GLASSWARE, AND -ORNAMENTS^ Veijr witabto Id* Christmas presentsf J|UST ARRIVED. r iMBx ; ;£~T jT •onsigMnent of Assorted - ohaibsTand fancy goods. ' |£nspeotion freely invited' Furniture designed and made to order A shortest notice* —Note tiha address— TANORBD STEBET Opposito the Arcade ' AUTUMN &WINTEE. 189OOUB NEW GOODS now on hand, comprise the following:— Fancy and Plain DIAGONAL. Worsted Coatings, Black and Blue. ■ Worsted Suitings arid -Trouserings, CHECKS and STRIPES. HEAVY TWEEDS FOR "WINTER WEAR. We have also a few FANCY WORSTED VESTINGS,' very Stylißh. HP-,- TH /^PvAIGHEAD • Ou Jli, V7RAIGHEAD AILOES, NORED STREET,; ' ' ASHETJBTON. CHILDS SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACK SMITH AND ENGINEER, (Late of Chertsey. BEGS to notify that he' has commenced business in Ashburton in - |he premises on Wakanui Road, lately occupied by Mr^C. Ray, Engineer, where hopes by Btrict attention to business, combnied with good Workmanship and Moderate Charges, to merit a fair share public support* All kinds of Agricultural and oth acb nery repaired. Horse Shoeing an jill kinds of Blacksmiths' work done wit giomptitnde Note the address— i Late premises of \ it. RAY ! Wakanui Road.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2434, 20 May 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2434, 20 May 1890

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