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Public, Notices. ; Wool Wool^Wool \ T IBERAL CASH ADVANCES JLj Made on the ensuing WOOL CLIPS At tho Lowest Current Rates of Interest. GEORGE JAMESON, Ashbur-ton and Rakaia. ' _ o§l9 I^l OW T>EING C^OLD : - ' ■ ■ AT '' ' ■' ' : ' "The Corneb " A LINE OF BROWN akd GREY Imitation MOLESKIN, 4|d Per Yard, Usually Sold at Is. A SPECIAL PURCHASE OF ',"'•■' "lITEN'S QHIRTS and QUITS, \ AT A "■' " ' LARGE DISCOUNT. : .."■ '■'■-.■'. ..:a-line:of. ; . .', :-."\ t adies' tackets, JLj o _ im . I".half, price. '.VUj ;■'■;;. WTJ /^ O L LIE R . 11. Jollier, "THE COBNER." FAIRFIELD ESTATE." mHE UNDERSIGNED are now Pre_L pared to SE L L ■ ' IN, LARGE or SMALL BLOCKS ON MOST FAVORABLE TERMS OF PAYMENT GEORGE JAMESON THOMAS BULLOCK Joint Agents. FISHING SEASON, 1890-91. FISHING TACKLE. F| S LE Hl C X 1890 NC T A 1891 TUST arrived, ex " DORIC " from best fj Englishh and American Manufacturers a large and well assorted stock of all Fishing requisites. Rods, Lines, Reels, Minnows, Flies, Gaff Hooks, single, double and treble, . Mountings, assorted Hooks; Waterproof Stockings, India Rubber crackpro of Gum Boots, waterproof Fish Bags. , In'great variety, including latest patterns. Every article of the| season at lowest prices. Fishing Licenses can now be obtained from me. ALSO.—New Stock of CRICKETING and TENNIS MATERIALS. W. ZANDER, Direct Importer Fishing Tackle. Tobbacconist and Fancy Goods.: Ladies and Gentlemen's Hairdressing 9|30 Saloon. THE MIDLAND COUNTIES WATCH COMPANY OF VYSE STREET, BIRMINGHAM, ENG Send for f /^^ Send for Catalogue Catalogue containing containing 1000 Illus- jf%fJ\ 1000 Illustrations and^fy^T^rffliOrations and 1000 unso-|K^yik>y|looo unsolicited Testi-Wjjvjx/Mflicited Testi" monials, for- monials, forwarded gratis warded gratis and post free and post free to any part to any part of the world. of the world. All at wholesale Cash Prices. 255. Let every reader .of this send for our beautiful new Illustrated Catalogue, containing 1000 unsolicited testimonials, and over 1000 fine copper-plate Engravings of Watches, Jewellery, and Electro Plate, sent gratis and post free on application to any part of the world. R. Ambrose, Esq., Cloyne Terrace, Queenstown, Ireland, Feb. 11th, 1886. "It gives me much pleasuro to testify as to the excellent time-keeping qualities of the Watch I received from you. I have tested it with a gun fired here every day by electricity at one o'clock, Greenwich time, and have never found it vacillate even one minute. I have great confidence m recommending your Company.' Gentlemen's Fine Silver Watch, flat crystal glass ... ... ... 25s Ladies' Fine Silver, flat crystal glass highly finished movements „.. 25s Youths' Fine Silver, flat crystal glass 25s Ladies' Gold Levers, m exquisitely :: chased cases ... ... ... 70s Gents' ditto, engined turned oases 80s Gents' Silver Keyless Levers ... 60s Gents' Silver Keyless hunting cases 67s 6d Gents' Fine Gold Keyless Levers » strong heavy cases ... ...100s Gents Fine Gold Keyless hunting case ... ... , ... ...140s Ladies' very heavy Keyless, m 18 carat engraved cases ... ... 100s Post Office Orders must be made payable to the Company's Manager, Mr A. Percy, on receipt of which, with Is extra for postage, any watch will be forwarded per Parcels Post to any part of the 1 world. London Office aiid Show Room,— ; 15 QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, E.C (Near the Mansic House

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2515, 11 September 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2515, 11 September 1890

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