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CASH Advertisements under this heading not exeeedin SIXTEEN WORDS 1/-. Addresses may be left at this Office. ASHORE AND AFLOAT.—FuII rehearsal to-night. All characters are requested to attend at 7.30 p.m. sharp.- Elstox. 10 93 W" ANTED Known—The " Strongwear " Boot is the best for Men, L-idie.s and Children.—W. H. Coiliek. WANTED KnowiT-LJidi^iT Stocking witli Silk Toes and Heels m black and colors. Is 6d per pair.-—W. H. ( Coli.ikk. BOOTS, BOOTH. "Keep youi Idet Dry and save Doctor's Bills, have a splendid Stock m now. Try ny Doi:ble-aoled; Sliooters. Every pair Guaranteed. Hobbiit Alcorn, Ashburton Clbthini' Mart, Saunders' Buildings* "t ITANTED Known. - For Dress Stuff?!, \ V Prints, &c, Trimmings to match go to Melford House. Best value; m town. —H. C. Segkus. ANTED KuonrnT^Por Sheetings Tablinga, Calicoes, Quilts, Towels, Table Napkins, Tray Cloths, D'Oyleys, &c, go to Melford House.—H. C. Segers. WANTED every man m the County to have a suit of the Ashburton Tweeds.—Robbkt Alcokn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saunder's Buildings. ANTED Known.—For ' fir»t-class Millinery and Drapery (marked cheap) go to Melford House. New Goods just opened.—H. C. Skgers. S" YOP~tlwr'C^gh^Fiower's Cough Drops are the best—see that the name is stamped on every ons. H. G. Flower, Confectioner, East street. WANTED Known —The Cheapest Shop to buy Tinware and Galvanised Iron goods m Ashbarton, is at W. F. Haxnafokd's, Burnett Street. A urge stock kept on hand. Tin and Iron ware goods made and repaired with des patch. OPENING OF THE BOWLING SEASON". ALL are invited to the Green, Park street, on WEDNESDAY, October 15th, at 2.30 p.m. D. THOMAS, 10 91 President. £20 REWARD. '"THE above reward will be paid to any--1 one who will give such information as will lead to the conviction of the person or person;-! who have lately been guilty of robbery from my yard, certain fitting tools having been taken from the "BRANTFORD MACHINE " on Saturday night last;. Other goods have also been missed. 10J86 D. THOMAS. Clearing Sale Of HORSES, TRAPS, HARNESS, and SUNDRIES. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Messrs Totty Bros. Livery Stablekeepers of Ashburton, to *01l by on the premises, Somerset Stable PUBLIC AUCTION, on SATURDAY, 18th OCTOBER, 18901' At 12- o'clock, Black Horse "Darkie" Chestnut' Gelding "Jerry " Bay Gelding "Jock" -J Double, mid two Shigle-scated 1. BUGGIES -1 GIG and 1 WAGGONETTE -i BRAKE and set of Harness PT* Sets Harness, Breaking Tackle, V Side Saddle, '2 Riding" Saddles, Bridles, etc., etc. Feed Boxes, Stable UfcenaiK etc., etc. D. THOMAS, 10 75 Ashburton. MEN m charge of Threshing Machines experience groat difficulty m dressing clean without a considerable portiou of the grain being blown away with tho rtlwff. This difficulty can be effectually overcome by using FLAVALL'S PATKNT DRESSING BOARD. —ALSO— TFF, 12rr SPUING SHAKERS, AND FEW BOTTOM DRESSING APPARATUS, AND New top or SECOND DRESSER with 3Ffc riddles. These make the old Threshing Machines do the threshing and dressing equal to new machines-. Ashburton, 30th Sept., 1890. MR F. FLAVALL, Dear Sir, —I am quite pleased with the Alterations and Improvements you made to my Threshing Machine last year, and with your Patent Dressing Board I can get through more work and dress clean without blowing the train or grass seeds into the chaff. Yours truly John Hkndersox, Ashburton. F. FLAVALL, Peter, Stuket, UHBUR T ON. Spring and Summer, 1890. TRY THE NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTOBY FOR Men's Colonial TWEED SUITS, Boys' and Youths' Colonial TWEED SUITS. HATS.—We keep the Largest and Best Selection. Hats made to measure. SUITS MADE TO MEASURE. Best workmanship put m every garment, and a perfect fit guaranteed. Large Selection of Boys' Knicker Suits. Ties, Shirts, Collars, Braces, Sec, m Latest Fashion and Style. Value for Cash ix District. NEW ZEAIAND CLOTHW6 FACTORY W. H WEBBER, i Manager

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2543, 14 October 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2543, 14 October 1890