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Public Notices TTORSE CARDS printed with despatch, m various styles, at Mail and Guardian Office. ADDFELLOWS 1 TJALL. ASHBURTON. J. L. Toole Season Commencing THURSDAY, October 16. MESSRS Williamson, Garner and Co. have much pleasure to announce tho First Appanrance m Ashburton of England's greatest Comedian, MU J. L TOOLE Who will appear on the above date, *iw\ for positively Ef ONE NIGHT ONLY "^1 The Box Plan is now open at W. Zand*r'«, whero seats may b» secured.; Orchestra stalls, 5s ; Second stalls, 3s ; Back seats, 2s. "> ' ' '"' '' : M»naster, 10 61 MR J. E. MOORE. Traffic Bridge HotelT" RA N GI TATA. iTTIHIS Hotel is situated on the South J.. Bank of the Rangitata at tho Traffic Bridge, and there are good paddocks and yards for nil classeb of travelling stock, with good atabling. ■» The Hotel stands m the centre of the best hfishing district iti Canterbury. The Rangitata, Orari, Waihi, and Cooper's Creek are all within easy distance, and they teem with splendid trout. The tables kept can compare with any Hotel m Canterbury, and every accommodation is available for visitors and farniKoh. All liquoxs are of the best brands procurable. Wm. WHEELBAND, 10 37 Proprietor. "SPRING FASHIONS. New Millinery. WE Imvo now opened the Intent novelties for the season m Lading* Hats Mid Bonnets, m the most Fashionable shapes nnd Superior Quality, together •with the choicest Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers. &c., procurable. JJew Jackets, New Mantles, New Dust ■ loaks, New Bordered Costumes, New Checked Dress Goods, New Plain Dress Goods, New'Ginghmikinnd Zephyrs, New Prints and Sateens, New Flannelettes nnd NEW GOODS m Every DEPARTMENT CALL EARLY. AND INSPECT THEM AT S. W, ALCOM & Co, EAST' STREET 10_ , ~Mll'S. B7SEYMOUR, 8 ÜBCEON-DENTIST OF CHRISTCHURCH, MILL VISIT A S H BURTON on dates to bo announced, and may be Consulted at MR, CAMBRIDGE'S, CHEMIST. > |p 17 *" vj fJ' Kf H i') N S J>K U S OTEP HE N S XJ RO S, MARKET HOUSE AS coming events cast their shadows before, and knowing this to be the case, we lmve just landed a nice assortment of DAIRYING UTENSILS, including— MILK SKIMMERS, MILK STRUNERS, MILK BUCKETS, BUTTER PATS. BUTTER PRINTS, MILK PANS, CHURiNS, Ac, &c. In Household Requisites We have Saucepans, Kettles, Pots, Pans, Tubs, Buckets, Baths, Clocks, Watches, &c, &c. Q-A-IRIDIErN 1 TOOLS Spades, Forks } Rakes, Hoes (American und Dutch), Spade Handles, Fork Handles, Bake Handles, and a large tiiriety of other goods m overy-day use, such as BRUSHES SCRUB, SHOE, BLACKLEAD. BROOMS HAIR, BASS, CANE, CORN, &t\ ALL ORDERS, by Post or otherwise, executed at once, and delivered promptly. Customers m town waited Upon if reattested. Every efforfc to give GOOD VALUE and satisfaction. STEPHENS BROS. MAEKFT HOUSE ASHBTJRTOH sp¥cial_notice CALL AND SEE THE ORAND DISPLAY OP BOYS YOUTHS, AND MEN S CLOTHING MERCERY, HOSIERY, BLANKETS, RUGS, FLANNELS, HATS, AND CAPS, &c. THE liu-^cst and best assorted Stock m tho District to select from, which for .Yjdnr, Variety, and excellence of MaMctuii! wo ftland unrivalled. MKABURK r\KPARTMENT3 KASURE l-'EPAP.TMENTsJ NEW TWEEDS AND COATINGS For the approaching -.Season To Hand.' 'SOU' \GKNTS for Wovtheim'.s klest ' fl n HmnrovrdHANlJ nnd TREADLE. KE\VIN(^ MACHINES. jjf X W ZK A I A N D CIOTHfM FACTORY w7h WEBBER,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2541, 11 October 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2541, 11 October 1890

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