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J MPERIAL Accordeons with Vox 5. Humana, Steel, and Broad Reeds. New lines m Albums and Photo Frames. —H. M. Jones. _^___ i, T^OST—A Black and Tan Sheep Dog," ' X_Jt Collar No. 764, answers to name of "Jack." Finder rewarded on returning to "Mail" office. 7 36 SO N S OF TEMPERANCE. — HalfYearly meeting on Monday Evening m Templar Hall at 8 p.m. Every member requested to attend. By order of the W.P. |7 34 "ANTED KNOWN.—A meeting of the Employers will be held m the Arcade Chambers on Monday next, 7th July, at 7.30 to consider the Holidays question. 7 35 FIRE! FIRETrFIRE,!!! NO HOUSE should be without one of Wait's Patent Fire Lighters these cold, wet mornings. Price Is. To be obtained from E. WILLIAMS, Agent, Park Sti, or H. G. FLOWER, Confectioner, 7 37 Town Hall. IST * THE Z NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY FOR OVERCOATS AND WATEEPEOOES. CHEAPEST and BEST HOUSE m the District. HEALTH and COMFOKT FOR 3O The Celebrated Werthein New Higharm Sewing Machines on easy Time payments. ! f~\ W. H. WEBBER, TH I- J Manager. Jj LAND FOR CROPPING. ~ ABOUT 150 Acres m one or more lots, .situate near Winslow. Apply to GEO. JAMESON, 7^20 Ashburton. HAMPSTEAD TOWN DISTRICT. ALL RATES unpaid by July 15, 18W, will be sued for. BY ORDER, J. G. BELL, (> 1(>8 Clerk. GEDDINCi^REb'JiiJIVE; TINWALD" TpENDERS will be received by the s undersigned up to 4 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, !>th July next, for the goodwill <i.f the above reserve. The land lias been divided into 8 blocks, varying from 1(50 to 250 acres. Separate tender* will bu received for each block. Plans and particulars may bo seen at the office of GEO. JAMESON, fif.l.7.') Ashburton. DE. KUBEEM BIJX \WM Ul IiOBTOII. ADDRESS- —Mit Birch's, corner of Park and Wills street, Ashburton. [tkstimonial.] Taken from " Evening Post," Welling ton, April Ist, 1890. This is to certify that the Indian Oculist. Dr. Kuraem Bux, of Drummond street, Wellington, has removed, with very little pain and without cutting, m the space of ten minutes, a cataract from each eye. One of them lias been growing for fifteen years ; but, thank God, after attending him for four weeks, I am quite cured. He thoroughly understands the eyes, and is very attentive ; his charge is also moderate. I will be happy to give information to anyone m need of it at my house. JAMES FRASER, Tinakori Road, Wellington. May be consulted Daily from 10 a.m. to 12, ant from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., Saturdays till 10 p.m. Medicine free on first two days of my visit 7 18

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2459, 5 July 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2459, 5 July 1890

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