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TINWALD AND MOUNT SOMERS RAILWAY. MOUNT SOMERS AND CAVEND H fcOYAL MAIL COACH. THM above Coach leaves Hood's hotel f*r / *]Oavend^h;|Uilway Station every Ayr, ' meeting .eaci'trean. Passaijprs yj morning train may prot»ed by eoa«h to Al^ord Forest, thence to Ketfcvatin time for the last train for^ Ghmfceh«rch, or may return in time for* tie last train for Asb.burton. Fared* ftnd Orderu will receive every •ttentio*. Horses and Buggies on hire. ; JOHN HOOD. H' ULIFS U L I N' S GOD FOUNTAIN PEN. Warrantee^ 14 Carat. Prfee 8» (37« 6d) per rdoz. Retails roadily for $1 6s each. The besl pen for the price ever [made. In use everywhere and giving [universal "•fcfaoMon. HULIN'S LETTER FILE. 1 Will kJd 9GQO letters alphabetically arno^dL More than 5,000,000 in use. Rice, In gross 10t5.,3.75 • <6d) per doz. THI MOST POPULAR LETEER FILB EVER MADE. O^et. through Commission Houses. p '. l!'is&M T T) ° D D s SURaEON.DENTIST, : (FoTHierly with A. W. Chatfibld, Auckland.) Ordinaty Extraction 2s 6d Painless ! ... &— ••• 6a Od Stopping; ... •." T 8 ?* FuU upper and lower set of Artificial £eeth 10 guineas, and %11 work equally moderate. FREE— , All work done by him guaranteed to fit and look well. Address :~-Oourt Chambers, above Mr 9k M. Jones, Stationer East Street. Private Residence, Havelock Street. Oppdsite Presbyterian Churc O-l"~T0 £} A PER DAY to by 3£j_L 3i^fc made by persons of either sex^fin. their own localities, at work for us. New .business. All meet with wonderful success. Any one can do fee work. Capital not required. We •will start you. Outfit worth £1 mailed fr«e. The employment is particularly adapljed to the region in which this publication circulates. Boys and girls earn ■early a much as men. Full particulars and instructions mailed free. Now is the time—don't delay, but write to us a once. Address Smnson and. Co., Potrtland, Maine, United States. . s—— ■—; —■ THE ASHBURTON FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, TAtfCRED STREET. PICKFOED and UNDRILL have a large and carefully selected stock of FURNITURE now on view, including Suites,' Sofas, 1 Couches,.. Chests Drawers' •Chairs, etc., etc.j of Jiheir own manufacture from well seajwried materials:, Iro» 'Bedsteads''in ' various patterns. Bpwliai fee%f TraRi^trLATORS, Jtirt *• thing for *he holidays; L CHOICB AjSOftTMBOT OF ocarA, GLASSWARE, A2TD ■ \ ORNAMEKTSI Yflfyfrciteble for Ohristmaeproeentef fIP V-BT AREITI D. I Kr^WAKEFIELD." 'A.: consignment of Assorted CHAIRS AHD FANCY 7 GOODS. INSPECTION FREELY INVITED^ Purnltufd desighed and made to order ft ehorfcsfc tioticep ; ,- r-N6te the.address— TAKCBID STEKET Opposite ttie Arcade ATJTU MN & WINTEE, OUR NEW GOODS.now. on hand, comprisafthe following :—• Fancy and PIifaDIAGOKAL. ' Worsted CoaMrigSj Black and Blue. Worsted Suitings,, and; r lTrouserings, CHECKS add STRIPES. HEAVY TWEED&FOR WINTER WEAR. We have also a few FANCY WORSTED VESTINGS, very Stylish. r HC» TT\ " Y^RAIGHEAD , 05 JJJ« LyRAIGHEAD T A.I LO R S, NORED STREET, __ARHBUBTON. — HTGHILDS SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACK SMITH AND ENGINEER, (Late of Chertsey. BEGS to notify that he has commenced Tjusiness in Ashburton in Hie premises on Wakanui Road, lately 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 W feublic Bupportf AHkJiidß of .Agncultural and otl acb nery repaired., Horse Shoeing ai al kinds of. Blacksmiths'work done wit jromptitide" '•','. Note the address— . Late premises of R. RAY {-,_• Wakanui Road.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 23 May 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 23 May 1890

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