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piHEAP CaslTSale now on at Car* \J son's Ironmongery, Brushware, Glass, China, and Earthenware at Auction Prices. |All kinds of Produce taken in exchange. 6 65 " TLWALIf YARDS^ ~~ TUESDAY, 17th JUNE, 1890. I SHALL have for sale at the above fixture on account of the following owners, viz.— Account C. G. Hawdon, Esq., Westerfield. < • -/7pr A PRIME FREEZERS (perfect I kj\) plums.) Account W. Manson, Esq. I QAfj |F»t2»nd 4-tooth CROSSQVJyJ BREDS. Account Mi- G. Swarm. 1 QAA MIXED CROSSBREDS. . ' ';*>.,.. "Account Mrs Gibson. 'O A A Prime Merino WETHERS. ..>!,..:;' ' .Also account.other owners. , ,j;f • , Fat nnd Store Sheep. • m Fat and Store Cattle, Pigs, &c. -'% "/\\ DAVID THOMAS, ',?;' ','-', ■ ■ -1 -_, ■ Ashburton. FIBE. FIEE. FIRE Ashburton Fire Brigade. Under the Patronage of his Worship the Mayor and Borough Council; the Chairman and members of the County Council. ' GRAND DISPLAY OF JF.IREWORKS AND TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION. ALSO SOCIAL - IN THE ODDFELLOWS' HALT, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1890. Double tickets for Social dance, 2s 6d ; extra Ladies' tickets, Is. Dancing^at 8 o'clock sharp. 6*54 WM. SPARROW TAILOR AND MEN'S ML'RCER EAST STREE STEPHENS BROS, BVRNBTT STREET, BEG to' introduce to their Customers and the Public a NEW LINE OF KEROSENE, "Which they have just landed, and for which the Manufacturers claim many ad- ' vantages over the ordinary oil now in ths market, inasmuch as it is almost odourless and free from offensive smell. It is extra refined varid perfectly pure, and will, therefore, produce a much softer and more BRILLIANT LIGHT. It will Not Dazzle or Injure the Eyes and altogether, dispenses with the risk attached to the ordinary lower grades, as veil as being very much more economical for household purposes, stoves, etc., etc Although being a little more costly, yet, to keep pace with the times, we will RETAIL IT at the USUAL PRICES, So Farmers and Householders will do well in Securing a. Winter Supply, and in so doing we are satisfied they will be pleased with their purchase. We have, also, to hand a GOOD ASSORTMENT OF CANDLES, Both English and Colonial, including Carriage, Bedroom, Piano, etc. Our Stock of TEAS is also Increasing, trad we have, .therefore, a Better Selection for Blendingrpurposes and to :select from, and desire to Draw Special Attention to our INDIAN, CEYLON, DARJELING PEKOE, ASSAM PEKOE, and several other varieties in packets" or in bulk, so Customers .favoring us with a call will receive our efforts to give satisfaction. We will be pleased to wait upon Cus-tomers-if requested, and orders by post will be despatched without delay Orders delivered in Town or Suburbs STEPHENS T3ROS TEPHENS JDROS. W. H. COLLIEB "THE COBNEE" HAS effected the following SPECIAL BARGAINS and is NOW OFFERING THEM. • No. I—HEAVY COLONIAL TWEED nil colors for BoyB 1 Suits "£5/0 per yard (usual price 4s 6d.) No. 2—A line of EXTRA WIDE SHIRTING IOP P5» yard (usually sold at Is 3d) No, 3—BLACK CASHMERES IS 4]|D per yard (worth Is lid) No. 4—NEW GOLD BRATD TRIMMINGS, all colors, QtjD per yard (regular price Is 6d) No. 5 -A line of LADIES ULSTERS iB/c (worth .255). No, 6-MEN'S HEAVY ALL WOO T TROUSERS. li/e (usually sold at 15s 6d) No. 7 —About 3000 yards OF DRESS MATERIAL, newest goods, bought at a discount of 6s I 1^ Hjs £ TXT" PT JOLLIER W- JlI, VyOLLIER "THE COBNER."

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2441, 14 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2441, 14 June 1890

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