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4^i'\r> "? ?'fiSSSKfi ' ••'WAT'-h vim .LOOK ; ■' /'"■'"■■ • " \/\ : (g^^^^^ , ■ \ ALAT^rtfi nnrt, Vrfrird.A^orlinqnt (f'jKtir ,J; wellnfy. '„j»ict9,.( 4c. : „ A " »/n) • - ' flcent atrek' of Wa'chr>p"u'tri UVoVh utpric*?* fhn«;iii(f .fiow -,v 'f< w fhJ!'ii'gf to £30. Evety Woidi or Clock told will 6e Guaranteed, i uiuke a ■'pecUl i n*.» «i< High Cl«s«e(J Enplisli VS atch'»n. Well appointfid Nyirks^jpiiiin lor, my. ppr«r>Hal: pnpnfirjten'JoT'VoJ; "BJ"|rp« »" work beine; tuniftd out/•rrinpUy lir.a m 6ri>t c a»o conditionl

PUKE BLE.NDEO T^A'S"' ;• od 1 h PACKKTS, 2;fe tfitfCY 'OAKlt'Tfcll-? Vi d 51" I , TKY TBESE<BLEN:>S TliY TIiESE BLENDS y^r-^ x :::::::::::^ i': (( mW f « EAGLE }\ ta,ition !j i I C L U I ] j One Tria 1 will establish their constar t use To >c obtained frbm ! . i JOHISr OEE& GO ;

v u r •<■ :•-:■■ no t, i o e~ >.-. .■; f ~",; THE.ARTjtiRJZIFT/fiF TEA TAKING ■■ : ; Is only, known to about one out okevery 20,000 \- \ \ TEA ?■ To one out.of every 50,000 of the European population of the world ; so what must the public think of the many in New Zealand that have only found it out since the success o^ NELSON MOATE &WS BLENDS. ■ ' .",',■' j ! Tfce great name, and thfe constant and increasing demand for ! [NELBON- MOATE & GO'STEAf i Has certainly led to. a lot of dealers in all sorts of wares packing teas, thinking the public will be satisfied with them ; but, as it is well known that ° anyone can buy tea and pack it in packets with an elaborate ' . label,.and big name, we do not wonder at the' • • public refusing to buy these, mixtureo. NO BETTER PROOF. OF THE POPULARITY OF "VT EL S ON.lf OA T E • q^'.-n OS mSB A S IN EL.SO Nl, MOA T E Ou \J OS ~ljE A S !'\- •' * ■ ". ' - ' *..•'• • ! >:' Is required than the fact.that - - ',' THEY IMPORTED OVER A FOURTH OF THE WHOLE OF THE TEA^THAT CAME INTO NEW ZEALAND DURING ": . THE LAST TWELVE MONTHS. NELSON MOATE. AND CO. HAYING THE LARGEST STOCK OF China, Inclian, and Ceylon Teas, The public can depend upon getting the best value and selection. NELSON MOATE AND CO. , , , NOTE-—The firm's representative, Mr. G. COLEGROVE, visits this district at regular intervals. '-..,... - >'''■■

Public Notices. / F FLAVALL ~] ENGINEER, AND MACHINIST., , Ashburton. STEAM Engines and Boilers repaired, Threshing Machines overhauled Latest Improvements fitted into old machines. Numerous testimonials on application. ; , Shop-Acland and Campbells O Auction Rooms.

Public Notices. DfiAJIAND FIELD PIPES; A LARGE supply of various SIZES always in STOCK for SALE in large or small quantities. SPECIAL quotation^ given for large quantities. & , GEOKOE JAMESON. > ; 210 ASHBURTON & RAKAIA ] _ __ __ __ . itTANTED BEFORE 31st JULY Mi (\h(\ SPARROWS IUjUUU SPARROWS ! ( ONE HALF-PENNY EACH, \ (In Strings of 25), ; At the County Council Office. < Can be readily secured by using ; BROOKE'S I POISONED WHEAT, ; VVhilst Ploughing. i Sold in 101b Bags 3s each. \ Spreydon, 14th June, 1890. i MR CM. BROOKE, j „. Demi Sir, —Please tor ward to Add . ingtoh Station for the Halswell* Roadj Board, eight bushels of Poisoned Wheat j Also for the Sproydon Road Bdard, four! bushels of same. ' \ The Poisoned Wheat obtained fromyouj last season gave complete satisfaction. ' Yours Faithfully, i C. W. COMER, „-•■• ■ Clerk.

TOTHELADIFS OF ASHBUJRTON. MISSES MORRISON AND" , HOLLOWAY. Dress and Mantle Makers, Tancred Street, Ashburton. 6.115

NOTICE. DT* EITCH jTailor, begs • J J intimat to* his numerou friends and customers that he has REMOVE!) to , Compton's Buildings, Moore Street, next to Royal Hotel, where he will be glad to meet old friends and customers, and new ones are welcome. 696 ' ' ■ SALE OF UOUjIS, STATIONERY, &c. I At L. F. ANDREWES AND Co.'s. OUR Stock being far too large we are determined to reduce same by Selling Off at. Greatly Reducod Prices for CASH only. A discount of 4s in the £. A large stock of Music at less than half price. Inspection invited. L, F. ANDREWES & CO. Stationers' Hall.

■ ■'.'-,TR-EES;;,.'". .V|'-'. TREES . | About 100,000 FRUIT TREES. [ Of all descriptions, including 2000 APPLE TREES of CHOICE SORTS. AlLStrong arid Healthy. "CHOR .SALE at Moderate Prices. LU, Undersigned is also prepared, as usual, to undertiikojihe,, PLANTING OF FOREST TREES at Lowest Current Rates , WM. GARDNER, ,5" Tinwald 7^ IjlA I WCIT Xy>DDS SURGEON DENTIST^ Addkess :—Court Chambers, above Mr H. M. Jones, Stationer, East Sta'eut.' Private Residencej ' Tancrect Street, Three doors below Masonic Hall.

FIRST-CLASS AMERICAN ORGAN ' NEW. AN Opportunity offers to obtain one of Cornish's celebrated American! Organs on exceedingly favorable terms. Height 45 inches, Length 46 inches, width 23 inches. Five Octaves, 14 stops, 8 octave couplers, and 2 knee swells. Above can be supplied direct from the Manufactures at considerably less than usual price. Apply " Mail" and *' Guardian ' Office. 5 20 NEW ZEALAND RAI LWAYS. i : HURUNUI-BLUFF SECTION.

NOTICE. i ON and after Ist JULY, '1890, RETURN TICKETS will be issued Daily. For distances of 20 miles they' will be available for return the next day, jor from Saturday to the following Monday. •Over 20 mfies they will be available for tone month:-' Over 300 miles they will be available for two months. 108 BY ORDER.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2453, 28 June 1890

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