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MISS ELSIE LACK, OF TIMARU, WILL Commence Tuition of Piano and Singing m Ashburton on MONDAY, 25th August. Intending Pupils kindly leave their names at Mr H. M. Jones' Music Warehouse. 8 78 MR D THOMAS TINWALD YARDS. j I HAVE received instructions from Mr J. H. Bond to sell at the Tinwald Yards on TUESDAY, August 26th, 1890, immediately after the sheep sale 1 Black and Tan Sheep Dog, 4 years, "Rover." -J Black and Tan Sheep Dog, 3 years, JL " Fly." 1 Black and Tan Sheep Dog, 10 months, "Nelly." These Dogs are all well bred, the first j wo being good all round workers. \ D. THOMAS, fߧl2B ' Ashburton. , i """ ________________ i Mitchell and Tomer Drapers, Clothiers, MERCHANT TAILOBCARPETS AND LINOLEUMS. KAIAPOI JHOtTSE, TANCEBD STEEET. WM. SPARROW TAILOR AND MEN'S MERCER EAST STREET m RAN SPARE NT BLOCK ICE _L MAKING MACHINERY. All sizes, 201bs hourly to 50 tons daily. The most reliable apparatus ever intro I duced. The Ice Blocks from 12in to 30in square and 3in to 12in thick. FAMILY ICE MACHINES. SODA WATER APPARATUS. Cheapest and Best. Ice Cream Machine Lefrigerators, Filters, Seltzogenes, Freezing Powders, Mineral Waters, every article connected with Ice, Cooling, or Medicinal Drinks. ALL GOODS GUARANTEED. Catalogues Post Free. H J. West & Co., Stamford Works 116418, Southwark BridfceJßoad, London,|S,E,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2499, 23 August 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2499, 23 August 1890

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