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NOTICE TO "ADVERTISERS, OWING to the earlier hour at which it is now necessary, to go to press, Advertisements to be in time for the FIRST EDITION of the must be delivered at the Office not laj;er than 2 p.m. r ' , . j REPLACE Advertisements cannot ibe guaranteed insertion, unless sent in on' the day previous to that on which they are intended to appear. : FREDERICK SPENCER, Stock and Share Dealer, 155, FENCHURCH STREET, LONDON, E.G. TP VERY description of Stock Exchange JDj business transacted at current market prices. Speculative Accounts opened from 1 per cent cover with unlimited profit, and strictly limited liability, thus a client may buy, say £1000 Brighton A's at say 150, should the stock advance to 155 and be sold, he wonld make £50 profit, but on the other hand should the stock decline to 149, his only loss could be the £10 deposited. By carefully watching the markets considerable profits can be made; in many cases Operators who followed my advices have netted £50 profit on an outlay of £10 in a few days. £10 commands £1000 Stock : £20 „ £2000 „ £30 „ £3000 „ X WILSON'S 'X MERCANTILE OFFICES. ALL persons interested in Commerce ' should subscribe ta the British Volume ' of " Wilson's Mercantile Directory of the World," being THE ONLY DIRECTORY OF ; GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND , ever published, cnntaining lists of all the , Manufacturing, Wholesale, and Principal 1 Retail Trades. Price 355. ( Prices of Directories of any parts of the < World on applcation. , ! Commercial inquiries regarding j the standing of any person or firm . anlwered on receipt of full name | trade, and P.O. value 2s. ■ j ; DEBT RECOVERY and Collection of ; Outstaneing Accounts undertaken ' on receipt of instructions and'fee ; of 2s. 1 MERCANTILE INFORMATION sup- . plied, advice tendered, and questions of all kinds answered by experts. ADVERTISING of all kinds judiciously ,' undertaken and contracted for . I' without charge. CIRCULARS printed, folded, addressed, and despatched for home and foreign countries. i AGENCIES undertaken or arranged for the sale of manufactures, patents and specialities in every countryCONSIGNMENTS of every description of goods sent to suitable markets, and ' sold for account. / [ PATENTS procured a igns, trademark! copyrights regittered at home anc abroad. , GOODS of every kind supplied at wholesale prices. * > Prospectus free on application to , WILLIAM WILSON AND SONS, Stalbot Court, Eastcheap London, E.C. Branches and. connection in every pan ' oftheW/Vd. ' rff-- •'• b PHOTOGRAPHERS, 218, High Street, Christchurch : John G. Restell, > ' GEIsERAL MERCHANT WEST STREET, aSHBUBTON HAS now in Stock, and is preparec to sell at Lowest Current Rates,— i Building Material of all descriptions, consisting of— Red and White PINES Boards and Scantlings, Black PINE, » TOTARA, 5 KAURI Shelvings, Lining and Flooring. 1 YD.L. Timber for Bridge Work, also for Hurdle and Gate-making. ■ sft and 6ft PALINGS. Galvanised'lßON, Lysaght's Orb, the best Iron manufactured, CEMENT, LIME, etc., WIRE, Barbed and Plain, and Fencing Staples, Posts, Stakes, Strainers CO~AL Best NEWCASTLE h. COALBROOKDALE, And MOUNT SOMERS. Horse Feed—OATS, whole OATS, crushed ; Oaten Sheaf CHAFF Bran, etc* Also, — Sharps for Pig Feed, and a quantity of Barley, whole or crushed. STATION AND FARM STORES Consisting of Sugar, Candles, and Groceries, in who c sale lots, and the Celebrated CEYLON AND INDIAN TEA In its imported state Not ■? IF YOU WANT GENUINE VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY, TRY W. W. SPENCER HE is now offering the best value ever had in Ashburton. A large and well assorted stock of DRAPERY, CLOTHING, AND BOOT 3 Flannel Is a yard. Good heavy dress tweeds all colors &|d per yard. Winter Homespuns 7|d. Cashmeres and Merinos in all colors at very low prices. Blankets, in grey, white, and blue, at very low prices. Quilts, calicos, flannels, hollands, and shirtings, Cheaper than ever. Double width white sheeting 7£d, Mens, boys, and youths suits. Soxr shirts, and hats at prices before neve, known. BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS. The cheapest Boots and the Best Boots ever had in Ashburton are at W W. SPENQtB'S THE ARCADE. Men's Bluchers 6s lid. Men's shooters 10s 6d. Children's p tent leather slippers, shoes and boots. Extra value very cheap, j Ihe best school boots for boys and ' iris in Ashburton at W. W. SPENCER'S i ABCABE, ASHBOEXON

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2441, 14 June 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2441, 14 June 1890

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