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NOTICE. .] \ MEETING of the Achburton Rifle ." JA. Club will be held in the Orange Hall, on MONDAY the 30th inefc., *t _" 7.30 p.m. Bufliness—to elect Committee, j <fee. Full attendance requested. " \J C. CHAPMAN, 6 144 > - Secretary. .^ , NOTICE, TO 'SHEEP OWNERS. ' SHEEP OWNERS are reminded that the,.. Returns of Sheep otmed by thorn on the , 3li}t May,. 1890,. in ust be in by,3OfchJUNE. ' ' . ' , . ; W..G. PEES, , J 6§156 Inspector. J ~ WAKANUI ROAD DISTRICT.* 9 No .iwmv. 7THHE foUowin^Peraoriffhani been duly X Nominated for. the position of member of the Wakaniii Road Board.;*' Ti ?uu,A ;b^3 <y/utM MIJCp - ; DAVID iJOHNSTONI iW i. PETER.. STEWART! r:>Hft <v«& ;I hereby give Notice :that a*PjG)Ll*;'will be,' taken, at tlieLWakanuLSchoplhoiwe, Wakanui, between the hohr*mt(&t'*M* and 6 p.m. on WEDNESDAY,^nIy;2ridi 1890, for the. Election, of \ ONE iofi the above '.Candidate* toitillbthetvae&icy caused by the retirement of Mr GEO.Goifc ,(!<•;• >1L ALFRED 'A. FOOKS, 6 165 Substitute Returning Officer.*-* mENDERS are invited for removing,JL refixihfc, and^uilding^acUlitions to a cottage fdr'Mr J. C. Duncan.J. Specifications can be seen at my office. Tenders to be in'by WEbNESD*Y/ign«PJuly. Lowest or any tiehde^r^riot" ttec^ssarily accepted. R- BIRD, 6 IT6 ■>■''■ •:-'..{?.■'. . - --» !,-:■-■, i'i."J ,'"U/i'_! -M':i: •y'l'iJ i1: *''J _•"'";» 0-£ I -IS ' ' -->."' 'J'fi ■ ■' .". it : . 'r'iT_-l.[ ' . ' .. . : \. .•:-."..-.r l .■,;v-h: /is!.l TAILOR "WW ■:,; . - ,■ /j- -„it ?, .'^ ot j*r>' ---■.',,.■,. ■■■ ■/.-■. •>_• ;-!;-j !■> ■•',,' i■■' ' ■■ •■■'.- ; ."ji :m'" „' i, ' • ■ ■_. . ""• i'l-' r-: ."}>■•.A ■ '• '-; ■ f „••• 'lfA ;.: : !'«' -V" EAST STREE '' ' * ■ ■• '■ ,{'■■ 1 • ——— " ; ,-,. t WANTED ; Known^A"trunk of Ladies Boots, assorted, will be sold this week at 3s 6d per pair.— * ANDREW OKR. \ \ 7 ANTED KnbWi^-Just o^ehed^neW V V JTackets, Dolmans,.F.urSj Gloves, , Corsets, Embrbiderd robes,,vCJbbrellas Etc., at ANDREW Oliß'S. WANTED Known—A greatßargai l in Berlin Wools, all colors, 1 »'»' Sk' er lb, slightly soiIed.—ANDREW ORRj , FOR WEDDING Outfits,'-•< Family Mourning, and General ; DßAPsßY,; go to ANDREWiQRR'S:;,,',' , „;;,„,,].' f !,.j- ---: ■/---, .- .t. ',;-!>■,-fr.vt- f..-» "VTEW ZEALAND! EXHIBITION^ U_S ANDREW ORR!iß;sho\rtng exactly the same Goods in Roslyri Worsted Dress Tweeds,- as exhibited «t- thei.Exhi :bition, also Blanketa and Flannels. >, ■ v n On n PAIRS of BLANKETS ''at': £J ' )\ ' Old Prices, ; contracted ' for' Avhen wool vrm Cheap.—A; QRR.^y';"'";:;,' 1:'v iAA EMBBOID.EBKQ RlOgfeil^" I \J\'J 'Select from, .at 'ANDREtV^ ,; ORR'S ,N6 two of the same pattern f ';'j, '/ v - --* • ( *" * -' l« j - .V STEHE1NS;:::;vBR0i; ; : • BURNETT SO^RE^A; ■.' ■••• : ■■ ' •■•! r, ••ha-- -;<{'!.! r BEG to introduce to their CuatoMeri" and the Public a • '' .'»"*'-i>; • new line of kero'sene;^".';-^'-'. Which they have just landed; atid : ;|pr lW ''-' which the Manufacturers claim ; many, ad- ,• vantages over the ordinary oil now in t}he,4 l market, inasmuch as it isalmosfcodourlessfj and free from offensive smell. It ,iij extra refined and perfectly pure,, and. will,;, therefore, produce a much softer anymore' ' BRILLIANT LIGHT. v ;. „,;..•;■' Ib will Not Dazzle or Injure the Eyes.,, and altogether dispenses wibh, the. rjsk - attached to the ordinary, lower grades,, as ,"" well as being verynxuch ( mqre .economical, > for household purposes, .stoves, etc.,;etc;/Although being a', little more costly, yet, r jr to keep pace with the limes, we will „,,,,.,, ',■'-. RETAIL IT at the USUAL PRICES, V So Farmers and Householders will do.well^ in Securing a Winter Supply, and in-,8O ;; ; ; doing we ate satisfied they ,will lie pleased-,' with their purchase. _ tS.' **'" tf We have, also, to, hand lya^f^f^-: ASSORTIVIENT OF CANDLES,,; : '. Both English and Colonial, including Carriage, Bedroom, Pii>riO, <#c. .^ /. > Oui' Stock of TEA S is also Increasing and we have, therefore, a,Bebtei-Selection - for Blending purposes and to select from,' ' and desire to Draw Special. AltoiiUon-to our INDIAN, OEYLON. IURJELING PEKOE, ASSAM PEKOE, mid sevcm oilier varieties' in packets or in bulk, so ! ustomers favoring us with. a c«il .will i'.e r | eive our efi'orts to give xitisfaction. ..'• ..'-,-.' We will be pleased* to wait upi>n, OiisV''-.' .omsrs if requested, and orders l)y"]x«N j-wil lbe despatched Avithout deluy ■, • Oroo \ eirere^ .n Town or Suburbs STEPH ENS T)EOS' TEP S H',ONS I 13 BOS.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2454, 30 June 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2454, 30 June 1890

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