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. Fx^blld Notices. ! /^^ARLES 13 RAD DELL Licensed Landbroker and Valuator > nder "The Land Transfer Act, 1885 *.. ESTATE^ HOUSE, LAND, AND ! GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. 1 Offide—Burnett Street, Next to "Mail' ■■ 'Office J'- ," !'.-- ' ■■ ■»'• - • ; raMkil) AND MOUNT SOME^S, >;;.; ;; railway. , T MOUNT SOMERS AND CAVENDISH . ROYAL MAIL COACH; T THB above Coach leaves Hood's hotel for Cavendish Railway Station every day, miMting''each train. : j .' Paaseßgen by morning train may pro- ., wed by «oach, to Alford Forest, thence to Methyen in time .for the .last train for •mrisfcehurchjor may return in time for Ihelaafc train for Aahtlurfcon. ; Parcelc and Orders will receive every - attention <■ Horses and Buggies on hire. ; : JOHN HOOD.) ," •■ ' ""| r u'l i-Vn's : H U L I N'.S.. [GOLD FOUNTATN PEN Y^arrahteed 140arat. Price f9 (37s Bd) 1 per doz. Retaijls : :, r."" '"' \ The best pen for the price ever made.. In, ,ns^ everywhere and giving uniyerspl «ati«fftCtiQtt.af ■>',• ■ '•■ ■ '■-••■<- -■ h.' t,Jt U,.r, HX7LIN«;- • '. •■! ; LETTER FILE. , ( Will hold 3000 letters alphabetically ar--1 „.;i^i^i:;Mpr> r than S,WW»pOO infuse; } , P^ce^ui^ss'iotsSl M* ' (6dX per doz. TffTR MOST POPULAR LETEER ; <r FDLE EVER MADE. Order through Commission Houses. 7vi to _o A pe 11 D^Y to 3^X 3i>£fc made by persons of either sex, in .their, own localities, at work for iva., , New r.business,,.,, All !meet i with wonderful success. .vAny one, can.dp the work. ;Capital:not required. .-We will start you^ Outfit worth £1 mailed free. The employment is particularly adapted to the region in which this publication ' circulates. Boys and girls , earn nearly a much as men. Full particulars and instructions mailed free. Now is the time-^-don't delay, but write to us a once. Address Stinsok and Co., Potrtland, Maine, United States. THE ASHBTJBTQN FIJKNI- ; .TtJjtE. WAREHOUSE, ■ k- " * TANCRED STREET. PICKFORD and UKDBILL have a large and carefullyselected stock of FURNITURE now on view, including Suites, Sofas, Couches, Chests Drawers' Chairs, etc., etc., of their own manufac- : nre;from well seasoned materials. : Iron; Bedsteads in various patterns. Beddine in great variety. Special line of PERAMBULATORS, list the thing for the holidays. A Choice Assortment op • ' : CHINA,'' ""■* GLASSWARE, 1 .AND, ORNAMENTS' Very "ultable for Christmas presents , 'JUST ARRIVED. Ex *'WAKEFD3LD." : A c6njsigiiment Tof 1 Assorted OHAIRS^ AND FANCY GOODS. ( XNSPjj^dy^j^^T'Wll^'! Fnrnitoederfgiieqi.and made to order . itßhprt«ft'notioe.i,.>ri -„: ,-. ■• „.-.•.( . —Note the address— TAHOBED STREET j Opposite the Arcade t .■■■'■.•■-.■.■"■i^ob-- ;' "i /\]DR NEW 'GOODS now on hand, 'nPancy and Plain DIAGONAL. Worked jCoa'tiiigß, Black and Blue,, i Worstred Suitings r ;and .Trouserings, CH^q^.aniiiSTßpPES. ; , HEAVY TWEEDS FOR WINTER ',■ „ .v. •;■ WEAR.-; We have also afew FANCY WORSTED VESTINGS, very StyUsh. , , tt \L Tfv" iHRAIGHEAD hL. OC JlU* L/Raighead 'ja i l o c s, : ANORED-STREET ASfiBTJBTQN SHBURTON OCWSFA FIREWOOD ' ■»•■'■-■■! ; ■!;;,r^BEPb^^^ I '. f';•, f'■'! E,Q~IDEAN, . D. JLJ E AN, COAL & FIREWOOD MERCHANT OATS BJIAjJ CHAPF[ ETC, , ETP.. JOHN ."VfTO'ISON : OHN JXLOISON ! HAS NOW REMOVED to tho TOWN HALL : ; BUILDINGS nd having had considerable Alterations made, the premises are now Complete for is business. STOCK is large and seasonable and for"safe at his usual Low Bates. , |3F RBR4JB?, TROJOpfY- ATTBHDBD To JOHN MOISON

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2444, 18 June 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2444, 18 June 1890

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