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;.:..:..?, Publio Notices. 'C- : ]'0 HARLES ~T> RADDIELL licensed Landbroker and Valuatornder "The Land Transfer Act,' 1886 ; • ESTATE, HOUSE, LAND, AND »pGENHRAL l COMMISSION AGENT. p^ : Office-^Burriett Street, Next to Office. | TINWALD AND MOUNT SOJttERS rf l. v.V"'"' ■ ; ' • ' MOUNT SOMERS AND CAVENDISH ROYAL MAIL COACH. ' \ ' fTsf£R above Coach leaves Hood'sj tio&l JL Cavendish Railway Statioii every ' day, meeting eaich train. : . ; Passengers' by morning train majr proceed by eoaoti'fo Alford'Forest;, thence, to Meihvdn in time' for the last train, for •hiistchtifishi or may xeturn in time for th# last train forA^hburton. 5 > ,^l^areeli and Orders will receive, every .' attention;, Horses;and Buggies on hire. : , , -JOHN HOOD. .*••■•-" r_J U L I N' SI! , ; ii U.L'l'N' S ■ KOLD FOUNTAIN PENj! : .,. • _V fWaminteedl4,Carat. . . '"!I'jtiafc- 19'- (3^s 6d) per doz. k-X> liw,' 1' roadily forfl 5s each..! :;- :Tli©:beßip©Bi"forthef pri?? ©Ter Nade. y'''" in «s© jeverywhere and giving universal '■ ■rtisfaotion.: '.>-'-!•••'.:•■ ■ ' ' ■• •'"■"' ;: IJJTTER FILE. '}« - '^fflhOld 3000 letWrs -alphabetically ar- '-■ /( j tttn^^-'Mowltihatri'SjOipOjOOOinuse. >:-.~,'j>)y) \];— zn'<i. '--n i■>■• \ .\\ 5: ftlce^'ltf tftttSs l«t*, ' (6d> peif doz. i THB MOST POPULAR LETEER i FHiE EVER MADE. '' Ordw through Commission Houses. ! n '-Hf TO n A PER DAY~to"*y 5J> JL/j „ „!9&,Tt made by persons o^mtljia^ex^ in their own localities, at ' ■ 'Wr^.'lo^'iisV New business. All imeet Anyone can do r"t; "tfie'WJc.' '"Capital not required.! We will sta^ ' Outfit worth £1 mailed „,. freer""THieT^employment is particularly adapted to the region in which this publi•»tion circulates. Boys and girls earn newdyAmuch as men. Full particulars . , f and instructions mailed free. Now is the tfafler-don't delay, but write to us a once. . -Address Stinson and Co., Potrtland, >' Maine, United States. ' , *7 —.1 ' r—: ; —; — : : ; ' , O^UEB WAKEHOUSE. TANORED STREET. TDICKFORD and UNDRILL have a ' it ' "large^ahd carefully selected stock of FURNITURE ' how'on view, including ' Suites^' Sofas, Couches, Chests Drawers' Chairs, etc., etc.,.of their own manHifacBrefrom well seasoned materials. | . Bedsteads in various patterns. jfteddinjrin great variety. . „ [ Special line of PERAMBULATORS, osfc the thing for the holidays. : n■if A;Choice Assortment op CHINA, ■ GLASSWARE, ' ' "''■ ' ' ' AND ; , ;'. 1- , ; ',';', ' t ',/ ORNAMENTS^ . VeTJr;fnitable for Christmas presents V^u^jr^AißiviiD. : Ex " #AKEFIELD. W i •, A consignment of .Assorted ■ CHAIRS ANDy FANCY GOODS. " TSi^W^lQi^'^iSSEU'i INVITED' Fuiriituredesfghed and made to order gfc shortest notice * ; ~Noto the addree*— ■ TAJOBEDSTREET . . Oppodto th« Arcade , "] AUTtIMN&WINTir,E. :: :'j::/ t&QO/^VUR JSI'JfI'w'GOODS now on hand, \J /comprise the following:— Fancy and Plain DIAGONAL. < 'Worsted Coatings, Black and Blue. 'Worsted- I;Suitings" arid ' CHECKS and STRIPES. : HEIVY TWEEDS FOR WINTER ■r. ,-■','"■ " WEAR.-, , "WenaTe^afewTA^CYWOilSTED VESTINGS,'very StyHßh. Hi JCr "TT^ /TIRAIGHEAD v OC Jjj, Oraighead UILO E S, Takcred street . ashburton coal & firewood .": "p r dei<)T. RQ -DEAN, . D. JJBAN, ; 061 l» & FIREWOOD MERCHANT r, oatb ghapf • " ■, ■>;:,,;'' ; :;o;;;eto.. JOHN troiSON ;;.;: , John JyLoisoN TITAS- NOW REMOVED to the , JTJL TOWN HALL BUILDINGS : ud havingl had considerable Alterations ' madey the premises are now Complete for • > is .business. STOCK is large and seasonf aWe and for sale at his usual Low Rates. W: fflp" TtmAik? Pbomptit Atxended To I JOHN -MOISON f

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2448, 23 June 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2448, 23 June 1890

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