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T>^Tx-A- MTiff^TBTC? WATCj.i find (J..OUIV XtODt, C^S^Sl' MAKEI*' JEV'ELLKII' &c" minify j|f^ft» Ashburton A L\ TtGE and Varied A fisortmonfc of-New Jewellery, Pkte &c. A magnificent ■/ V. Stock of Watches and Clocks, at prices ranging from a few shillings to ; £30. Every Watch or Clock sold will be guaranteed. I make a special line o j High Class English Watchea. • , ; Well appointed Worshops under my personal superintendence assures all work beinu turned out promptly jand m tirst-clasH,condition. , .■..*.■• EVERYTHING SOLD WARRANTED CLOVEBS. CLOVERS. CLOVEBS 1 I XT E ARE LANDING,— ex "Nelson and ex "Carrie L, Tyler.' ; RED CLOVER, WHITE CLOVER, COWGRASS, i ALSIKE, TIMOTHY, etc., etc. |_ . ALL OF CHOICEST QUALITY, For which we are now Booking Orders at LOWEST CURRENT RATES i "TT7E HAVE ALSO FOR SALEMACHINE DRESSED RYEGRASS and COCKSFOOT. FRIEDLAiNDER BROS. ; EXTENSION OF PREMISES AT "The Corner." W. H. CQLIjER T~J~ A S pleasure in' announcing the opening of. a NEW MILLINERY JL SHOWROOM by the addition to the premises of fcheadjacent shop. The Department is placed under the charge of a First-class Milliner (Miss Le Mercier) from Christchurch. THE NEWEST STYLES In MILLINERY, FLOWERS, ,-md also SPRING GOODS generally are now showing. CUSTOMERS may rely on the best style combined with the most reasonable charges. W. H. COLLIER, "THE-CORNEK." Timber. Timber. Timber. HAVING purchased the TIMBER BUSINESS of Mr John G. Restklt. w have amalgamated the same with ouf Business, m East Street, where Hot will be carried on conjointly. Our Clients can rely on receiving the full advantage of this change, as we intend, as heretofore, supplying their demands m a most liberal and satisfactory manner. We have m Stock large quantities of every kind of BUILDING MATERIALS, and all orders entrusted to us will receive prompt attention. NOW LANDING :—A line of splendid WHITE PINE FLOORING and MATCHLINING. NEWCASTLE and MOUNT SOMERS COAL ON SALE. W. H. CoiEs and Co. TIMBER, AND COAL MERCHANTS, ASHBURTON, ■ ~~^^N^^™iELD~ESTATE. i I AS again come Upon us, and find "~^* with a choice and varied selection of New TpHE UNDERSIGNED are now Pre GOODS m every way suitable to the -L pared to Season, and the alterations and enlarge- O "Ci f i ment of their premises now give every O Ju L L opportunity for full inspection of their .. n. , :! LARGE or SMALL^BLOCKS New Prints, , A If _ at MOST FAVORABLE TERMS OF New Dress Goods, payment New Costumes. georgb jameson THOMAS BULLOCK] m* SEE OUR WINDOWS. ' J^ Agents. FISHING SEASON, 189 0 , 91. New Boots and Shoes. FISHING TACKLE. F| s L E ■raaiem lß9o \/ l8!)l KAIAPOI HOUSE, TUSTarrived, ex " DORIC " from best O Englishh and American Manufacturers a large and well assorted stock oi TANCRED STREET. f f^ng requisites^ Rods, Lines, Reelsj Minnows, Fiies, Ga£ I Hooks, single, double and treble, Mountings, assorted Hooks; Waterproof Stockings, . . ~ . India Rubber crackWool Wool Wool proof Fish Bagsl In"great variety, including latest pat T IBERAL CASH ADVANCES terns; Every article of the season ai '•A 1 lowest prices. Made on the ensuing Fishing Licenses can' now be obtainec from me. WOOL CLIPS ALSO.-New Stock of CRICKETING vv kj\j±j vyj-jxx k3 aud TENNIS MATERIALS At the Lowest Current Rates of Interest. \ffl^ 2AN DE R GEORGE JAMESON, n P}}' ect ImPo«er Fishing Tackle. lobbaccomst and Fancy Goods. . Ashburton and Rakaia. Q+ ™tlies and Hairdressing 9^19 + fealoon

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2520, 17 September 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2520, 17 September 1890

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