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Wanted. CASH Advertisements under thiß heading not exceedin SIXTEEN WORDS 1/-. Addresses may be left at this Office. WANTED, — Situatio i by Married Couple, roan for general faym work; wife can cook and do general hoiise work.—Apply, Mrs Randbm* Ashburton. A MEETING- of the Working Men's « Political Association will be held m the Oddfellows' Hall, (back room) on Thursday, the 2nd, and Saturday, 4th October at 8 p.m.—By Order. 10*1 ANTED Known.—For iirst-class Millinery and Drapery (marked cheap) go to Melford House. New Goods just opened.—H. C. Seoers. BTOP~Th.it Cough—Flower's Cough Drops are the best—see that the name is stamped on every one. H. G. Flower, Confectioner, East street. BOOTS, BOOTH. "Keep your feet Dry and saTe Doctor's Bills. I have * splendid Stock m now. Try ny i Double-soled Shooters. Every pair Guaranteed. Robert Alcorx, Ashburton Clothinsr Mart, Saunders' Buildings. t ITANTED Known. - For Dress Stuffs, W Prints, &c, Trimmings to match go to Melford House. Best value m town.—H. C. Seoers. ' ■ •■ ; WANTED every man m the County , to have a suit of the. Ashburton Tweeds.— Robert Axcorn, ..Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saunder's Buildings.. WANTED Known.— For Sheetings Tablings, Calicoes, Quilts, Towels, Table Napkins, Tray Cloths, D'Oyleys, Ac., go to MelfordHouse.— H. C. Segers. WANTED Known — The Cheapest* Shop to buy Tinware and Galvanised Iron goods m Ashburton, is at W. F. Hajwaford's, Burnett Street. A urge stock kept on hand. Tin and Iron ware goods made and repaired with dcs patch. _____ T~\ARKEST AFRICA, cheap edition, XJ now arrived. First supply limited. New Books, New Stationery, New Fancy Goods and Novelties all at reduced prices. Large assortment of New Music of every description. Pianos on hire and for sale on terms. Orders received for Bookbinding of every kind.— L. F. Andrewes &Co. . m Public Notices BALL. A BACHELORS' BALL will be held l\. m the Wiikanui Schoolroom on FRIDAY, October 3rd, 1890. Admission : Gents, 3s Gd ; Ladies free. Refreshments provided By Order, 9* THE COMMITTEE. £20 REWARD. IN consequence of the amount of Poaching going on m the Creeks on the LngmhorEafrite, the above reward will be paid to anyone giving information that will lead to a conviction. From this date No One will be per mitted to FISH m the Creeks on the Estate. DONALD McLEAN. Lnginh st April, 1889. SPECIAL_ NOTICE. CALL AND SEE T HE-GR. AN D DI $PL A V OP BOYS* YOUTHS', AND MEN rf CLOTHING MERCERY, HOSIERY, BLANKETS, RUGS, FLANNELS, HATS, AND CAPS, &c. TtlYi largest a'ld best assorted Stock m the District to select From, which for Value, Variety, and excellence of Milhuacturc, we stand unrivalled. MEASURE -rvEPARTMEXTS EASURE U EPAP.TMENTS NEW TWEEDS , AND COATINGS For the approaching Season To Hand. SOLE AGENTS for Wertheim's latest and improvedHAND and TREADLE SEWING MACHINES. NEW ZEAIAND CLOTHING FACTORY W. H WEBBER, Manager JAMES BAKER, TIMBER MERCHANT, HAVELOCK STREET, Opposite Hakrisoks Auction Mart, TXAS IN STOCK Large Supplies of— Building Timber, Stakes and Posts, Galvanised Corrugated Iron, Builders Ironmongery, Turnery, Furniture, and Fancy Goods IN ENDLESS VARIETY. * FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER IN ANY DESIGN AT SHORTEST NOTICE. 9 Reliable Seeds, /"~1 ENUINE Farm Seeds for sale afc \JT J. SEALY& CO.'S. Genuine Garden Seedy at J. SEALY •fe CO. H. Genuine Flower Seeds at J. SEALY & CO.'fc'. Blue Prussian Peas at J. SEALY & CO.'S. Golden Tares ut J. SEALY & CO.'S. New Turnip Seecs at J. SEALY & Fiirm Seeds nt J. SEALY & CO. S. N<»n« liut Cauter and Co.'s choice Se jd.s m stock , ■ ■ ASB ALT & €0. ■

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2532, 1 October 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2532, 1 October 1890

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