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Public Notices. SALE OF BUUiiS, STATIONERY, &c. At L. F. ANDREWES AND Co.'s. OURrStock-jbeing far too t large we are jde&ejnnmed to reduce'^ samej'b'y Soiling' Off :jit'*-Greatfy Reduced Pricesfor CASH onljr. A discount o£ 4b in the £. A large stock of Music ■at less than half j price.! >Jni»pection invited. .'".■>''■< L. F. ANDREWES & CO. Stationers' Hall. NOTICE. ~ MEMBERS 1 of the' Ashburton Caledonian Society are reminded that the next Ingleside will be held in' the Oddfellows' HaU on FRIDAY the 27th inst., at 8 p.m., on which' occasion' D. McLean, Esq. will give Two Guineas as Special Prize to the Lady and Gentleman who dance the Highland Schottische-the best. ' /'-, J. SEALY, 61121 . -...-.Secretary.' , i 1 '■ />' ■•( "" THE UNDERSIGNED' having secured a large block of Good Bush Land at Alford Forest, are now prepared to supply Farmers, Contractors and others with ,/anjs quantity of fencing materials, vk : -Heaft- Poets, Heart Stakes, Sheepyard Rails, Straining Posts, and also Firewood. Delivery can be had at a very convenient place, or Orders ,niay be .sent by rail from Springburn' Railway, Station. GREEN BROS.y *^HSJ J+l73 . Springburn Post Office CLEARING SALF. stock , must bkeeduceb. ;;;, j T3REVIOUS .to Stock-taking, being. J7 'cry fieavily stocked,^ we have decidea to hold a '' : ' ' - - CLEARING ALE; GREAJ RED t^CT JONS REGARDLESS OF COST! Heavy Dress Tweeds l(Hd, reduced to Double width Cashwieres 3s 6d, reduced to Is lid. . , -i Dress Goods Is 9d, reduced to Is 2dJ,-. White Blankets 5s lid a pair, v-/ Good Heavy Flannel Is 3d, reduced to Is- \ \''J !• ••■ ■' "■ •- :■•",? ';'( Cretonnes is lid a'doz. / Towels frjom 3jd each. Whit© Slieeting," double width;* ;7|d. Women's Cprsqfcs 3s 6d, reducedto Is lid White Lace lOd a doz. ' - v - i Women's Large Umbrellas Is lid, each. Men's Cord Trousers 7s6d, worth 10s 6d. Men's Tweed Trousers lOs 6d, reduced to 7s-lid. ■ : - ■ ' i Men's Tweed Suits 18s 6d. - Men's Tweed Suits 30s, noW: 25s/ v Boy's Tweed Hats Is each/V?, BOQTS~~BOOTS; n A Job Lot of Women's and Children's Boots must be cleared Regardless of Cost. Men's Bluchers 6s 9d, Men's Shooters 10s 6d, worth 13s, 6d,-,, { , 1 BARGAINS. . BARGAINS, , ' ' AT ' ' '' '; '• W. W. SPENCER'S THE ARCADE.

' J'TXDiic Mottoes. ] NOTICE. - I DX EITCH, Tailor, be£s to • _I_J intimate to; his numerous friends and customers that "he? has REMOVED to Compton's Buildings, Moore Street, next' to Royal Hotel, where he will: be glad to meet old friend^ and customers, and new ones are welcome. 696 .... „.„, „ :r . „ pi LpAWCIT I ODDS SURGEON DENTIST, \ AdDbess :—Court Chambers, abovie Mr H.M. Jones, Stationer, East Street. , , „•:' Private' Residence, ;': • ;i, r ' TancrediStreet! „ - Three doors below; Masonic Hall/ SEEDS, PLANTS, &cj '{ TEEES. TEEES. - TEEES. I Again tender, tmy best' thanks' to my .numerous Customers, and Corresjpon dents for the support, I r ,l}ave received from them, and assure'them that I shall still conduct my Business in the. futufe as I have in the past, and Jill- 'orders by post r otherwise'willreceive iiiy promptattention.; ; My. Apple Trees are all worked on .the blight proof stock, and are clean and well grown; also, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Apricots, and all kinds of small Fruits. I have one of the largest stock of Fojrest Trees in Canterbury,.about 40,000 Larch, two years old, '40,000 do. one' year old, and. 100,000 Pinus Insignis, one and |wo yearsold. Cupressus .Macrocarpa, Iliave a grand line. I make this L a speciality. 'All niy seedlings haye been transplanted, being equal to ,those in boxes. I hfive about 100,000 one and two years olilj also Roses and Fancy Shrubs in great variety. All trees supplied and planted by me will be guaranteed, for 12 months^ Catalogue sent post free on application,., • I i TAMES TD ORTER 5 O 'AMES SZ ORTER,; ■NURSERYMAN and SEEDSMAN, .LxiLE NTO. N I ASHBURTOJS < : SEALY'S FRUIT TREES XNCLUDING Apples^ Pears, Plunis, _i_ Cherries, Peaches, Apricots, Nectarines, and all other fruits. The merits of all the varieties have been subjected ibo severe tests during the last 15-years, and the stock is now admitted, to, be tike Largest and Choicest in Canterbury, probably in the colony, to select from, all ■warranted, and at your own prices! •'» ' ; : SEALY'S FOREST TREES,, \ Of all; kiuds, innumerable in quantity, well-grownTand liardy—all kinds, all sizes, all prices. , , ''. ; SEALY'S ORNAMENTAL TREES, &b. Choice in quality, numerous in'quantity* SEALY'S MACROCARPA. ; Tens of thousands in number. A large quantity specially grown for fencing at very low prices. SEALY'S ROSES. . Endless in variety and choicest in quality. SEALY'S CATALOGUES J Forwarded free to any address on application. ' , Nqte.—l will only be responsible for Trees ordered direct from the Nursery or through Me>ssrs J. Scaly ajsd Co. THOS. SEALY, * Nurseryman, • 18 ' Riyerbank, Ashburton.

MJLNEk & THOMPSON" GRE^T KM? TDWG FIEYifIS ■■ • . BY WHICH A PIANO STANDS PERMANENTLY. IN TUNEAFTE , THE STRDTOSARE ONCE STRETCHED BEST PATENT EVER DISCVERED FOR PIANOS. AND WILL LAST 200 YE^BS. A SPECIAL;First Award has just been given to the Firm by the Jurors at the Duriedih Exhibition, — i( . _ _, |T . , ALS 0— / , „., „ , , ,< . it! ■ • •' ' l A First Award for Giand Pianos ' A First Award for Cottage Pianos, — „ . , Or Three First Awards beingthe highest possible, distinction that could be gained. The Prices of our Two Models as exhibited at the Exhibition are respectively 60 and 70 guineas, but we have Pianos with Iron Frames fr6m £30, any «f which can be purchased on Two Years' Hire Purchase System, &c. ■ . ■• H^M/JCWES ..■;■.■■.■' . ■:■■■■■ ■- AGKBNT. COAL COAL. COAL. TT7E HAVE just landed "Ex Jessie a Shipmeno of Household Coal of PR IME Q TJiA LIT Y. TIMBER. TIMBER. TIMBER, „ Ex Zior 20,000 ft W.P. Floring and Lining. ; Ex Spray 30,000 ft Red Pine., Boards and Scantling. ','•.' In Stock, Lime, Cement,, Bricks, Roofiiing 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 o,ur Stocks. * W. H. COLIKnD CO. , ;':"" TIMBER AND POAL MERCHANTS, ASHBTTKTON. WE AREBUYERSIAT ALL TIMES OF WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, RVEGRASS, PEAS, ""■/'■' '" ,", , ETC., ETC 1 FRIEDLANDEK BROS. ■„- ; :^W .HEAT..' SHIPMENTS Dl Tlfi ARK 'PUMPARR^ TO »}aKE r-inKiNl. AbVATSOBS, FB .X i'l V* l . .--..''. OUMi-:jS*l'oN AK.U INi'EHJEb", r^rtl. it. *ft ki- d.i of P/od^co pUc6d;in onr hsiri '.;r ehfp" pn 1- lo the Ui.'»B(l K;nc'-om Mr ih<' 0 oUnn' '. ■ HAVI;JQ nnr owi: h-tca* lit L,<»>ir.>n It if. nnfSi"ani go^ffcotcu thftt-^Hi- Ir»r<». B^ [ Oik,n <) ftho^w.!! otitriif.v tbe fihipmiitit of \))vb >>r«.{n to oe, will be well loofcid^'-r CUopWi m»»y ,«ti't rn'-v ,-b t <xjp«jna-« will b«lce,i *»j i >-.»■, «y ponible, »nd the hii»i\ ...■rkofc v <.'r.f r-- lo^(5. ' ' ' ' ' ''' , . , ■ BA.JH Portlier 1* ti : ie sKfpped m d-j- * /Jiff }> c*. a <Tpepsr»to brand, in- ■» /. v hrKrid»4 tilk.s. and ?rc'i ifa ie'P-U •v Ua !•>*•» ttitxi'B. Prompt 'i c .i; '"•>CxU>- B" 'f. tho r.-is* 5". ' ' ■1; ,'■■■■.' WK *r- i'-r ji • p >'«"t « d-^'iTw jt'A m ».n f r.'h ? r'jo''«-« >>t Ashbnrton, Lr'iuj'Mr? y'ShUco'j fj /L-idin^. fj U)> e.'V-y trvjii „'rtttJ «askvi rsjsocwbH© tdvinoei or» b»ui»i • ■; „ FKI^DLAN; ojbJi.:: JBKOSi;'

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2447, 21 June 1890

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