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Public Notices. | f^\ HARLES T3 RADDELL ! Licensed Landbroker and Val uatoi ■t « nder ; f.' The' Land .Transfer^ Afet, 1885 'i>v\i ESTATE,, HOUSE, LAND, AND vU GENERAL. COMMISSION AGE^T. , t Street,- Next to,"Mail' ,-■, 'Office,, • • v ' ■ , ; ' THJW.ALD AND MOUNT SOMIJBS RAILWAY. - MOUNT SGjyiERS AND CAVENDISH ROYAL MAIL COACH. ; THE abore Coach leaves Hood's hjotel for Carendißh Railway Station •teiy f ; day, meeting each train. I :■' • Pa»9»ngerfl by morning train may |>ro\oeed by eoaph to Alford Forest, thencp to - MethToriin time for the last train! for •hriatchurchj or may return in time | for ■" the last train for Ashburton. Parcelo and Orders will receive every : attention Horses and Buggies on Hire, . ; JOHN HOOI?., ",', ;-;' i_j ul i n' s 5 • ; ; ri v l i n 1 s ': ,' . 2GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN . „ Wjirranteed 14 Carat. , (P^ ;s9;,^ 6d) per doz. , / „,, roadily.lorM 6s each. The best pen for the price ever made. ;r in use everywhere. and giving^ universal . satisfaction. . ,' , . i.;,; .',,;roLi^sj, LETTER FILE. , „}.'■ -i •.'■■. " • ' i ,#mhold W'riettilrif. r alphabetical|y ,ar- . ( limged,,-, ,Mpre4;han, 5,000,000 in use^ . "JP^wtoss4oter3,7s, f :. ,(6d) pei-.dpz. THE MOST POPULAR LETEER FILE EVER MADE. Order through Commission Houses. -Q-j TO Q A PER DAY to by <sWjLv d£j ifc r made by persons of either sex, in their- own localities, at woikct^r; usU Nbwi business. All meet : •with^oridtsrful; success; Any one can do thelwrork* Capital; I not required. We will start you. Outfit worth £1 mailed free;. The employment is particularly ; adapted itoithe Tegibn in which this publication. I 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. Stinson and Co., Potrtland, Maine, .United: Stated. THE A^HBURTON FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, ,'." TANCRED STREET. TDICKFORD and UNDRILL have a JT^•■■ large anicarefully selected stock of FURNITURE, now on view, including 1 Suites^-Sofas, Couches, Chests Drawers" -' ; Ch?ifs, r et|d.,,:etc., of their own maniifac- , ureVfrom'weil seasone4 materials. , ;Irjoi^' Bedsteads in various patterns. . Jt«Klin4.in great variety. Spical line of PERAMBULATORS,' oet the for the holidays. . ' .A Choiob. Assortment of CHINA, GLASSWARE, -' AND ■ :. ORNAMENTS Very rtutable,for Christmas presents '-. [jusju aTriiiyed. Ex^'WAKKKIELD." , A- oonsignmpntiOf: Assorted CHAIRS, ANDnFANCY GOODS. . £NSP£GTION*REELY i INVITED Furniture design*! and feade to order , a* shortest np4[«e' -fWofa9,th»>ddtesß— TAW (0 R EDS TRE E T ' ■ ■ ■■ ■ p , Oppodte the Arcade AUTUMN &-WINTKB* ±89a OUR NEW GOODS now ( , on hand, - comprise the following :— < \ , Fancy and PIainDIAGONAL^ Worsted Coatings, Black and Blue. Worsted/ Suitings Jfl'Trouserings, CHECKS and STRIPES; HE£VY TWEEDS FOR WINTER '„... ' ' WEAB- ' We haye alsoafewFANCY WORSTED S^S^K^VeryStyUslii H.D, Tji /nRAIGHEAD , OC JLLk% Ao'RAIGHEAD 'jA I L 0 R S, M TANORED STBEITJ ASHEtJETQN ASHJIjRTOJBf, QQAL * FIREWOOD J r . .. 1 1 • ' i • ' i • ' ' ' RQ ■DEAN, ;;.D. X> E AN, COAL & FHIEWOOD. MERCHANT - ; OA^BrBE^N- GHAFE ' '' ' C ETC.. John tV/TOISOn; OHN .M.OISON HAS NOW REMOVED to the ' ; TO^N HALL BUILDINGS, nd having had .considerable Alterations made, the premises are now Complete ior is-business. STOCK is large and season- ; able aftd for.sale at his usual Low Rates. (gr Repaiej? . PEOjcpiiy Atibndkd To JOHN MOISON

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2447, 21 June 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2447, 21 June 1890

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