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I P ufrlio Notions ' "J'\'-'[. v TREES. : ::TREEB:^ -■-.: About 100,000 FRUTT TREES.,, \ - '"-■ Of all descriptions, including rV 2000 APPLE TREES of CHOICE . SORTS. .. / All Strong and Healthy. i JIpOR SALE at Moderate trices. -; N. Undersigned is also prepared, as usual, to undertake the "' '" !• PLANTING OF FOREST TREES :.W at Lowest.Current Rates. f ; r,7 ; V ; WM. GARDNER, '■''■• i 6" i; Tinwald -v '~ , • ■ * , - ■'(! i'"-; WANTED KNOW^;/ • ' . ' -.■ ■■ ,'j ..- ;• :;>3t "'; ■ ■ •■' .'.-." '.:<MY-y- ', ':* , t; - -f.fjr •, ■;< t TT7 ANT E D Known—A trunk' of , > W Ladies Boots, assorted, will *be , sold, this week afc 3s 6d' per; wiir.— ANDREW ORR. i ■ ; '•;' A WANTED Known-Just opened new JacketF, Dolmans, Furs, Gloves, Corsets,, Emhroiderd robes. Umbrellas. Eto,, at ANDREW ORR'S. -. k I\r ANTED Known—A great Bargain \ V in Berlin Wools, all colors, »X 3s ; per Ib, slightly soiled. -—ANDREW ORR Tj»R WEDDING Outfits, ' Family X 1 Mourning, and GeneraI'DRAPERY ; go to ANDREW ORR'S. •" -* "VpIW ZEALAND EXHIBITIbNi— JJN ANDREW ORR is showing exactly the same Goods in Roslyn Worsted Dress Tweeds, as exhibited at the ; Exhibition, also Blankets and Flannels! --. QAA PAIRS of BLANKETS'at CA\J\J Old Prices, contracted foxwhen wool was Cheap.—A. ORR.; ' ~ 1 C\C\ EMBROIDERED ROBES to ; ±\JV/ Select from ' at ; ANDREW ORR'S No two of the same pattern. ." - • " >'■ ■ .. • Si. .; -.:>'.9: -■ ' ■ SPECIAL VALUE G- U N ,&[;■: TN Order to Clear the Balance c i v STOCK : OP ■ : • _ ' GUNS,: We have decided to give 15 : Per Cent off During the Next 14 .days; ',d: , JOHN ORR Co. ; W, H. GOLLIBB, "THE: COBNEE"'; HAS eflfected the folio^ving SPECIAL BARGAINS and is NOW OFFERING THEM. . ; No. I—HEAVY COLONIAL TWEED, • all colors for Boys' Suits' , 2/9 per yard •-i."•■ (usual price 4s 6d.) ' , • No. 2—A ■ line "of EXTRA 1 WIDE' SHIRTING . . IOP p°r yard (usually sold at Is 3d) . No, 3—BLACK CASHMERES j_S 4iD Per 7ar<i (worth Is fid) No. 4—NEW GOLD BRAID TRIMMINGS, all colors, . @£D per yard / (regular i>rice Is 6d) No. 5-A line of LADIES ULSTERS - . •■ 18/6 ■ -■= " . (worth 255) ■ . No. 6-MEN'S HEAVY ALL WOOL TROUSERS 1176 (usually sold at 15s 6d) No. 7 —About- . ■ • , ; 3000 yards' 1 '' ' : OF ' - '""■ " , DRESS MATERIAL, newest goods, bought at 'a discount of W, TJT JOLLIER * XI, V7OLLIER* <ITHE OORNB^: 1.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890

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