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STEPHENS BROS, BURNETT STREET, BEG to introduce to their Customers and the Public a NEW LINE OF KEROSENE, Which they have just landed, and f<Mf which the Manufacturers claim many advantages over the ordinary oil now in the market, inasmuch as it,is almost odourless and free from offensive smell. It is extra refined and perfectly pure, and will, ( therefore, produce a much softer and more BRLLLIANT LIGHT. It will Not Dazzle or Injure the Eyes and altogether dispenses with the risk attached to the ordinary lower grades, as well as being very much more economical for household purposes, stoves, etc., etc Although being a little more costly, yefy 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 aie 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 Sfock of TEAS is also Increasing, and we have, therefore, a Better Selection for Blending purposes 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 cal^ will receive our efforts to give satisfaction. We will be pleased to wait upon Customers if requested, arid orders by post will be despatched without delay Orders delivered in Town or Suburbs STEPHENS T3ROS f TEPHENS OR OS. IF YOU WANT GENUINE VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY, TRY_ W. W. SPENCER'S HE is- now offering the best value ever had in Ashburton. A large and well assorted stock of DRAPERY, CLOTHING, AND BOOTS Flannel Is a yard. . Good heavy dress tweeds all,colors Bjd .per.yard. ? Winter Homespuns 7£d. L , . 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: suite. : Soxr shirts, and hats at prices before nove,< known. . . . ' : BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS.". ; The cheapest Boots and the Best Boots ever had in Ashburton are at W. W. SPENCER'S \ THE ARCADE. Men's Bluchers 6s lid. Men's shooters 10s 6d. Children's p lent leather slippers, shoes and boots. Extra value very cheap. 3. he best school boots for boys and iris in Ashburton at W. W. SPENCER'S ] ABCATtE, ASHB'KTON ! ,

NOTICE. i T\ T EI.TCH, Tailor,- bogs to. S-J • _LJ intimato to his numerous. friends and customcra that he has REMOVED to Compton's Buildings, Moore Street, next to Royal Hotel, -wl-.-jre he will be glad to meet old friends ,^id custom;;:•«, and now ones are vrolcoim. 6 96 , ; ifTANTED BEFORE 31st J.ULy! ' MAM SPARROWS IUjUUU SPARROWS ONE HALF-PENNY EACH; (In Strings of 25), ' At the County Council Office. r Can bo readily secured by using BROOKE^ POISONED WHEAT Whilst Ploughing. ' ' "''•'• Sold in 101b Ba:gs 3s each. , Spreydon, 14th Juno, 1890. MR C. M. BROOKE, Dear Sir, —Please forward to Addington Station for the Hnlswell Road Board, eight bushels of Poisoned Wheat. Also for the Sp'rcydon Road Board,' four bushels of same. The Poisoned Wheat obtained from you 1 jlast season gave complete satisfaction. 1 - ■"' ' Yours Faithfully, ' "' : : ... . C. \V. COMER,' ;■,;.. ' ■ ■ Cleric.: John 6.' Resteil, i gekeral merchant west street, aSHBUETON HAS now in Stock, and is prepared to sell ab Lowest Current Rates, — Building Material of all descriptions, consisting of— Red and White PINES Boards and' Scantlings. Black PINE, - ■■.-.•:. ; TOTARA, ■: ICAURI Shelvings, Lining and Flooring. YD.L. Timber for Bridge V Tdrk, also for Hurdle and Gate-making. sft and 6ft PALINGS. I ■ ■• - Galvanised 1RO"X, Lysaghfs Orb, the ' best Iron manufactured, ■ • : - ■' - - CEMENT,- LIME, etc., • "■ ■' ■ •WIRE, Barbed and Plain, and- : Fencing Staples, ■ ■ •■■ Posts, Stakes, Strainers- ■■■■•: :-.;- ' ■ O-oXli/; ;■;:.;;;!;;; Beat NEWCASTLE i •<• COALBROOEDALE; l! | '••=- And MOUNT SOMERS. Horse Feed—OATS, whole i ■ „, „ OATS, crushed Oaten Sheaf CHAFF . • - „Bran> etc. : !!' Also, — • Sharps for Pig Feed,'and a/quantityof 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 Blended <

MIL,NEK" <&; THOMPSON" 1 6RB*T FATKNT TUNING DEYKE, . , BY WHICH A PIANO STA^TDS PERMANENTLY IN TUN E AFTER THE STRINGSARE ONCE STRETCHED 18 THE . " : " ' BEST PATENT EVER DISCVERED FOR PIANOS. AND WILL LAST! 200 YEAB*'. ' '„.., j A SPECIAL First Award has just been given to»the Firm by the Jurors at 1 the _Ou Dunedin Exhibition, — ALSO—,-,., . „ A First Award for Giand Pianos ; A First Award for Cottage Pianos,— , ' Or Three First Awards being the highest possible distinction that could te gained. • The Prices of our Two Models as exhibited at the Exhibition are respectively 60 and 70 guineas,! but we hftve Pianos with Iron Frames from £30, any of which can W purchased on Two Years' Hire Purchase System, &c. „,,,, - , : -A. ji JLi_s « %j i_ _;»l «L-i' ' , ■ ' - ' , ...-■■■ ■■ : AGENT. ' ■■■; COAL CCMi; GOAL. ; TT7E HAVE just landed "Ex Jessie a Shipment, of.Household Coal of PRIME QUALITY;,' TIMBER. TIMBER. TIMBER. Ex Zior 20.000 ft W.P. Florlng and Lining.^ . , „.',,, Ex Spray 30,000 ft Red Pine Boards and Scantling. • ' ' ' ' • In Stock, Lime, Cement, Bricks, Roofiing Iron, Doors, Sashes, Gates, Hurdles, Fencing Wire, (Barbed and Plain.) Iron Standards to Order. ... WE HAVE JUST OPENED UP A Splendid Assortment of VARNISHES and READY-MIXED PAINTS: ; ' " . ' ALSO,—' -; - - "' -■•'■■-.■! PICTURE-FRAME MOULDING of the Best Quality and Choicest Patterns. : Lovers of the Fine Arts should inspect our Stocks. ■ > , j,,.. , • W. H: COLLINSIND CO, Cl| TIMBER AND COAL MERCHANTS, ' . j WE ARE BUYERS AT ALL TIMES! OF-j; WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, ,/;;;;! RVEGRASS, PEAS, „ . ,', , ;,: j | •" . . ' ETC., ETC „ ■ , „, •! „ .;« «| FRIEDLANDER BROS, [ BH#v^MT3\;i „ •_, ;_ ■ ■' .._;. i t ; j t X ARE P»!JIUKfiD TO MAKE LIBERAL..4^V^CV2B,; ;p«KB < F COMMISSION ASP INTEftEaT, rgsfant kJndo'bf .Pcodr^,. it-, oojsickdk for th'pnioru to the United Kißsdorn ob iho Ocnthiaut, . , .' .J ; HAVING our owu hooaa In London is * noffi^eok g!ins»n*9': lhn\ ilia Intecesr cf Cl!cn?i, who wUS entyuat the uhlpmeot of their ftttln tj ns, will bo well looked *f;ttj Oiienlß may vl»r» reiiy that t-xpenaoß will be kepi ca law bH p Wb't-i, aid thj h'^bof niirk^'i vf.'Joe re;lißod. . • ; fe'ACH F&vmer'a Lot is shipped drdo? • dlsMaot a d pppVrct^ br-i»?^, ny s*; I io:.i buUfiir bvtt ded allku, cud esol: lot is sold units Wo mvi'e. Fr Rjpt uo a { -jiilcp n« Jn tho ptie', . ' „ \ WKar»- r'r- p<*t:<v f eA <o etorw g-»in «r.lnr Pro^uro »'. 4LinV,«f)OD, Lyr»<ilfiars?: I LyUelti n,or iddj;^:* ii op'ju «»<»y terinn, and mako 'leaders«b'« »d*iit)o-'<' ov'jW . \ \ "- t ' " " I | •"' ■ . , • ..' c.i ■ ■ ■■ _ ._.■> i. >.- , ..,".., hO ■;; | " ) FKIMDLANDJiiK BIiQA. -,-::

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2445, 19 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2445, 19 June 1890

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