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CASH Adverfcisementa under this , heading noc excoedm SIXTEEN WORDS: 1/-. Addresses may be left at this Office. I\ 7 ANTED, Apprentices and Im- \ V provers to the Dressmaking* Apply to Miss Gates, Pet^r Street. 1080 RAUGHT CLUB.—General Meet" ing ■■■will be held m the Arcade Chambers on Saturday Night at 8 p.m. j 10 73 .i ANTED—Grazing for Five Horses V —Apply MAit.X)ffice.___ IOtGO W" ANTED Known—The "Strong* wear " Boot is the best for Men, Ladies and Children.—W. H. CoLMStR._ \ I'/ ANTED Known" -LadicsStockings A'V with Silk Toes; and Heels m black and colors. Is (id per pair.—VV. H. 'Collier. - T>IANOS PlANOS.—Splendid" aluc JD now m Stock from £38 10s Sold on easy terms.—H. M.'. J'ONEJf. OOTS, BOOTS. "Keep yom feet Dry and save Doctor's Bills, have a splendid Stock m now. Try ,ny Double-soled Shoioters. Every/ pair Guaranteed, Robkrt Alcokn, Ashburton Clothin? Mart, Saunders' Buildincs. ANTED Known.- For Egress Stuff^ Prints, &c., Trimmings to mntjch go to Melford House. Best value 'm town.—H. C. Seobrs. : ) ■ ANTED Kaown.^r¥qe Sheetings Tablings, Calicoes, Quilts, Towejs, Table Napkins, Tray Cloths, D'Oyleys, &C, go to Melford House.—ll. C. Seoers. V\ /"ANTED every man m the County VV to have a suit of the Ashburton Tweeds.—Robert Alcorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saunder'a Buildings. ; , ANTED" Known.—For first-class Millinery and Drapery (marked cheap) go to Melford House. New Goods just opened.—H. C. Skoers. QTbP~That^Cmigii^Flower's Cou^h O Drops are the best—see that the name is stamped on every on;;. H. G. Flower, Confectioner, East street. [ U ANTED Known — The Cheapest Shop to buy Tinware and Gali vanised Iron goods m Ashburton, is nt W. F. HiVifNAFORD's, Burnett Street. A »?ge stock kept on hand. Tin and Ir6n ware goods made, and repaired with ties patch. ' ASHBURTON COAL & FIREWOOD DEPOT. E S. BEAN! Has secured some of the celebrated; KAITANGATA AND SHAG POINT GOALSCheaper and cleaner than Newcastle.. ~~r7 s. bean, J64. __West Street. HIfTRYTANDEff. I HAVE just landed ex " Doric " nSy season's supply of the litest TUK/ISriF 5 SEEDS Consisting of — green top yellow aberdeen,' purple top yellow aberdeen purple top mammoth, white stone stubble, purple top'swedr. Devonshire greystone, YELLOW TANKARD, Etc, Etc. SS H H Zl I ~ 2 h w v. 2 p ■• S;« «' -. °' : « P- fej ft m * 5 2 -d "w fe»----..<2« ■ « a . a ; ■? All of the purest quality, and tests csin bo seen at my office. SHEEP Q HEARS. HEEP OHEARS. SHEKP QHEARS. HEEP OHEARS. All the favorite Brands. WAIID awd PAYNE'S, WARD and PAYNE'S, BURGON and BALLS', BURGON and BALLS', Turkey and Washita OILSTONES, Boiled and Raw LINSEED OILS, Ground and Lump RADDLE, Red and Black Branding OIL, L4MPBLACK, jstc. Woolpacks. Woolpacks. Full size and full weight. I have also m stock,— GALVANISED IRON (Lysaght's Orb). In all lengths ; and can supply the trade an well as farmers. Cement, Cement Stakes, Posts, Rails, Fencing* and Barbed Wire, RANSOME'S and HORNSBY'S. PLOUGHSHARES. General Ironmongery AND Groceries, WINES am) SPIRITS, ALES'and STOUT. New Season's Tens. MAURITIUS SUGARS, etc., etc., etc. I ENRYZANDE'R —AGENT FOR— Run Fire Insurance Company,, Canton Marine Insurance Company, National Mutual Life Association of iwtralasia. , „ i TA M E S"FAI N AND S|o W S I*J 9, St. Mary Axe, E.G., and 21, Walworth Road, S.E. WHOLESALE AND EXPORT FIREWORK MANUFACTURERS. Shippers supplied on the most reasonable terms. LlO, LID, L2O, and L 25 Cases suitable for every Market. ; The Ltirrjest Wlu>les"le Home inthe, World II ustratod Price List ou application.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2541, 11 October 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2541, 11 October 1890

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