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TtNWALD AND MOUNT SOMERS MQUNi S6MeRs"aND, OAVEND H ; SpXAL MADS COACH. 3PIHB fibovo Coach leaves Hood's hotel L . for Cavendish Railway Station every y ti meeting ouch train. Pissaiiffirfl bymornini; train may proceed liy.oo.ich to Al^ord Forest, thence to ifetkTMi In timo for the last train for (Zhricitcharch, or nifty return in timo for the last train for Ashburton. - Parcel* and Orders will receivo every - afefcorition. Horses and TJucgies on hiro. ■ r .. ; „ ,' „ . JOHN HOOD. KtJ L I N' S ■■ ' V h I N' S ; GOD FOUNTAIN PEN. t: . Warranteed 14 Carat. ftwa Jft (375; 6d) pet fdoa. Retails , .... readily for 5s each. .The best pen for^the price everTmade. ia use everywhere and givingjjuniversal satisfaction. ,; ; . : \>: HULIN'S LETTER FILB. TPm I^OOOO letters • alphabetically arW&&' More than 5,000, CMX) in use. tej^basiote, 3M k (6d)pordoz. TUB MOST POPULAR LETEER ; tfsns-i FILBiEVER MADE. '-1 Ofdef ftrbogh Commission Houses. /H" "■. TTt AWO II T\ODDS. \3F*'..Jtt:J:--- ■„.!/■ ' • ./fiIUIIQEON DENTIST, , .;;;:;;-;.i«*iOHAß<j'Es*-:-Ordinary Exferaction..., ... 2s 6d Painless . ' ... •«. . .•• 6s Od TSfopping , ,'\ ... fi. . .« 7s 6d XTi^ll oppef,and lower, eefc of Artificial Teeth •ipfguiiieas,. and SJI work •,, v , , equally.moderate, r*K)NSpLTATION FREE- , All wflri done by him guaranteed to fit /'.,'"' and, look. well. A»dRB9B :•—Court' Chambers, above Mr Hs M. Jones, Stationer East Street. .Private Residence, '. Havelock Street. Opposite Presbyterian Ohurc O'-j- TO^ f}A PER DAY to by d£/_L c&\JZ made by persons iff either sex, in their own localities, at work-for us. New business. All meet yith wonderful success. Anyono can do we work. ' Capital not required. TVe will start you. Outfit worth £1. .mailed free. Che' employment is particularly adapted_to the rejgion in which this publication circuTafefl. HBoys aridr'girla earn nearly a much as men. Pull particulars and instructions mailed free.. Now is tho t4me—<ion'* 'delay, but writeto us a once. Address Stucson and Go., Potrtland, Maine, gnited States. THE ASECBiTOTON FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, ; : -^!S!AJSO)XEpr STREET. "DIOKfORD and UNDRILL haro a .IT/,, large and oar«f)illy selected stock of FTJBI^TuTEE now on Tiew, including flttftesi; BOfa*, Couches, Chests Drawers' Chalrß, e%»., a*c., ol thsir own manufacfcirs.fromT^fl seasoned materials. trow. Bedsioids In ' rorious patterns. Jjoddinff In crca,fe Tanoty. Bpedal line vt PBRAMBULATOES, Pofi9 tfatng foe til* holidays, i. OBOitto AjßOßniranr or CBDTA, QLASSWARE, Am> ORKAKSST9I . T«yt»alt»blalbr(^iria*tnaßpresente' . .-rnk awJkbfield." A sonsluiunnit of Assorted CHAIB3 Alii) TANCT GOODS. HBPEOTiafI FREELY DmTED 1 l^idtare dfrfjped and made to order '; _"."', —tfote *h« sddrew— iiIOBIDOIKIST

AtJTIfMN,,&^INTEE. V\|fß , JnSW^^dp^li*^ oot hand, v/ r J ißomprlw, lh« fplldw&jt >— . Worefcad. O^tfc^^B^k and Blue. VfiTßtgld Biittogs" 'and. Tponsecinga, '-•. :'< .;■ ! ...WEAB.U.... .; ■ We hare &lfc*& few FANCY WORSTEID H' JPt- : TT 1 '/TiBAIGHEAD rJ A I L G B S, NORED STREET, ASHETJETON. H.CHILDS SHOEING AND GENERAL BLACK SMITH, AND ENGINEER, (Lat» of.Ohertsey. BEGS to notify that he has commenced business in Ashburton in |he premises, on Wakanul Road, lately Occupied by Mr 0. Ray, Engineer, where hopes by strict attention to business, combined with ;good Workmanship and Moderate Charges, to men* a fair share Qpoblie jrapportf All kinds of Agricultural and oth act aery repaired. Horse Shoeing an ,|0 Idnds of Blacksmiths' work done -wit fKWlptitQde ;; Hoie the address— „' „". . Late wemisea of , R. RAY Wakanul Road.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2434, 26 May 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2434, 26 May 1890

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