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CASH Adverfrwemsnfcs under this hwidinsr not exeeedin SIXTEEN ; WORDS 1/-. Addresses may b« left»t this Office. WANTEDKNOW N.—That th© Timvold. Oddfellows will cele" brate their Anniversary by a Ball on Show night, October 31st. 10 JM WANTED. '-.Known—Tho" '"Strong, wear " Boot is the best for Men, Lidies and Children.—W.H. Collier. ! "TV7 ANTED Known -LadiesTstockinf f V'V 1 with' Silk Toas and 'Heels is black and colors. Is Cd per pair.—W. H. F Collibh. BOOTS, BOOTS. "Keep yom feefc Dry and save Doctor's Bills, have a splendid Stock m now. Try ny Double-soled Shooters. Every pair Guaranteed. Robert Alcorn, Ashburton Clothinr M.nrfc, Saunders' Buildinps. "ANTED Known. - For Dress Stuffi^ Prints, ttc, Trimmings to match go to Melford House. Boat value m town.—H. C. Seqers. ANTED Known.—For Sheetings Tablings, Calicoes, Quilts, Towels, Table Napkins, Tray Cloths, D'Oyleys, «fee, go to Melford House.—H. C. Segbrs. WANTED every man m the County to havo a suit of the Aahburton Tweeds.—Robkrt Alcorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saunder's Buildings. ANTED Known.—For first-class Millinery and Drapery (marked cheap) go to Melford House. New Goods just opened.—H. C. Skgkrs. TOP That Cough^Flower's Cough i Drops are thebest—see that the j name is stamped on every onei H. G. Flowjbr, Confectioner, East street. WANTED Known—The Cheapest Shop to buy Tinware and Galvanised Iron goods m Ashbarton, is at W. F. Hannafohd's, Burnett Street. A arge stock kept on hand. Tin and Iron wnro goods m«ulo and repaired witli dcs patch. *~~ Public Notices! \I7ESLE\AN SUNDAY SCHOOL; W ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL. I SUNDA.T, OCTOBER 26th. Preacher : Rev. J. Taylor, of Durham Street, Christchurch. Attractive singing with orchestral accompaniments. Tea and Floral Concert TUESDAY, October 28th. |Original and effective programme. 10 103 O. Thornton Dudley LAND, ESTATE ASD STOCK AGENT 101 Hereford Sireet, Christchurch l hare sums of >« ney to lend on good security at low rates of interest. Several Farms for Sale T"\ARKEST AFRICA, cheap edition, \_J 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. Andrewks &Co. " "TV/TEN m charge of Thresh ing Machines jyJL experience great difficulty m dressing clean without a considerable portion of the grain being blown away with the chaff. This difficulty can be effectually overcome by using FLAVALL'S PATENT DRESSING BOARD. —ALSO— TFE 12ft SPRING SHAKERS, ANB NEW BOTTOM DRESSING APPARATUS, AND New top or SECOND DRESSER with 3ft riddles. The«se make the old Threshing Machines do the threshing and dressing equal to new machines. Ashburton, 30th Sept ,1390. 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 £?et through more work and drees clean without blowing the j'rain or grass seeds into the chaff. Yours truly John Hendkksojt, Ashburton. F. FLAVALL, Peter Strket, \SHBU R T O N, 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, &c, m Latest Fashion and Style. Best Value for Cash m District. NEW ZEAIAND CLOTHIG FACTORY W. H WEBBER, Manager 155, FENCHURCH STREET, LONDON, E.C. TJWERY description of Stock Exchange JILJ business transacted at current market prices. Speculative Accounts opened from 1 per cent cover with unlimited profit, and strictly limited liability, thus a client may buy, .say £'1000 Brighton A's at say 150, should the stock advance to 155 and be sold, he would make £50 profit, but on the other hand should tlje stock decline to 149, lii« only lohs could be tho £10 deposited. By carefully watching the markets consfcler%b,le promts can be made; m many cases Operators who followed my advices have netted £50 profit on an outlay of £10 m a few days, Jcomjn»nd" HVtift Stock

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2545, 16 October 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2545, 16 October 1890

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