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Wanted. Cash Adotirtisommts wider thu- headinn, not exceeding 16 worth, ONE BHILLIA O Addresses may lc kit at this Ofw "ANTED a First-class Butcher at once. Apply John Gbigg^ Longboach. 5 IG4 TDINE BLANCHES (for firewood)~6s _L a load on the ground or 7s 6d,* delivered.—H. C. Segers. * \\f ANTED Known.—A special purV V chase of choice Ladies' Hats at a desperate price.—W. H. Collier. 4t130 "Tl7 ANTED,—Two Boarders in private VV family. Terms, 15s per week. Apply '-'A.0.," Mail Office. ■_ WANTED useful Girls as mother's helps; also General Servants town and country.—Mits Adams, Registry Office, Sounders' Buildings. 5 161 TOP THAT COUGH! By using Flower's Cough Drops. Guarantceg efficacious. Can only be obtained at H I G. Flower's, Confectioner, East Street. 3_191 ANTED every man m the County. to have a suit of the Ashburton Tweeds.—Robert Alcorn, Ashburfcon Clothing Mart, Saunder's Buildings. ANTED KNOWN—The "Strong Wear " Boot is the best for Men, Ladies, and Children.—W. H. Collier, 'The Corner." ANTED KNOWN.—The Cheapest House in Ashburton to buy Drapery, Millinery, Clothing, Boots, etc., is H; C. Segers, Melford House. ANTED Known —One hundred and fifty Ladies' and Children's Ulsbers bought a great bargain (good qualities), now selling very cheap—H. C. Segers. Melford House. r I ''HE Patent Candle Extinguisher can JL be Set to Extinguish at any time required ; it will save insurance premiums your house and your life, ■ price Is ; Sole Agent for Ashburton.—R. Alcorn, Saunders' Buildings ANTED Known— The Cheapest ■ Shop to buy Tinware and Galvanised Iron goods in Ashbarton, is at W. F. Hannaford's, .Burnett Street. A large stock kept on hand. Tin and Iron ware goods made and repaired • with dcs patch Public Notices. STRAYED from Valetta, a Bay.Trap Gelding, good stamp, had a new cover on. Expenses will be paid and a suitable reward given on delivery to BARNES $ SMITH 5 Builders, Ashburton. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY HOLIDAY. I THE Queen's Birthday falling this year '■ upon a Saturday, the Burgesses of I Ashburton are respectfully invited to ob- '' serve MONDAY, the 26th, as a Holiday in j Her Majesty's honor, ; D. THOMAS, 5J138 Mayor. | mEMPLAR HALL, De Loree's UniJL versal Panorama, Paris Exhibition i Eiffel Tower 1000 ft high, The Kelly Ganf, ' the Australian Ironclad Bush Rangers, Conjuring Tricks, etc. Doors open at 7.30. Commence at 8 p.n\ Admission Is, Children Gd, 5 102 >INK TAE TJAFvTS. UNK UE I AiILS, , HP HE Rink will bo open TO-MORROW ' _1_ (Saturday) at the usu.il prices. Special arrangements made for private Clubs. BRASS BAN.D, specially engaged for the season. R. ELSTON, 5 159 Manager, j LONGBEACH ROAD DISTRICT. rpENDERS are invited for,— Making Drain and Forming Track on Windermere Road, about CO ■ chains. Particulars afc our <>ffiee. Tenders close MONDAY, June 2nd, 1890, at 11 a.m. fooks & son, ; 5 163 District Surveyors. ASHBURTON HIGH SCHOOL. , Established 1881. "OUPIL of both sexes are laugh tljo 1 elements of a libei'al educttion. Special subjects of study may be pursued where circumstances require a departure from the ordinary school course. Head Master : Mr J. E. Buchanan. Ist 8.A., (London), i per term I Fee for pupils over 12 years of age £3 3 0 Fee for pupils under 12 years I of age 2 9 0 j Music (extra) 1 1 Oj The School year is divided into three j terms. All fees are payable in advance. HHARLES "OE-ADDELL Licensed Landbroker and Valuator nder "The Land Transfer Act, 1885. ESTATE, HOUSE, LAND, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. Office—Burnett Street, Next to "Mail' Office. NOTICE TCf ADVERTISERS. OWING to the earlier hour at which ifc is now necessary to go to press, Advertisements to be in time for the FIRST EDITION of the ''Guardian," must be delivered at the Office not later than 2 p.m. REPLACE Advertisements cannot be guaranteed insertion, unless sent in on the day previous to that on which they are intended to appear. SEEDS, PLANTS, etc TUBES. TEEES. TEEES. I Again tender 'my best thanks to my numerous Customers and Correspondents for the support I have received from thorn, and assure them that I shall still conduct my Business in the future as I have in the past, and all orders by post or otherwise will receive my prompt attention. My Apple Trees are all worked on the blight proof stock, and arc clean and well grown ; also Pears, Plums, Cherries, Apricots, and all kinds of small Fruits. I have one of the largest stock of Forest Trees in Canterbury, about 40,000 Larch, two years old, 40,000 do. one year old, and 100,000 Pin us Insignis, one and two years old. Cupressus, Macrocarpa, I have a grand line. I make this.a speciality. All my seedlings have been transplanted, being equal to those in boxes. I hay about 100,000 one and two years old, also Roses and Fancy Shrubs in great variety. All trees supplied and planted by me will be guaranteed for 12 months. Catalogue sent post free on application. JAMES X)ORTER AMES JLORTERj NURSERYMAN and SEEDSMAN, ALLEN TON ASHBURTON

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 23 May 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 23 May 1890

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