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Wanted CASH Advertisements ander this headins not exceedin SIXTEEN WORDS 1/-. Addresses may be left at this Office. 1 I \HREE Leg-tubes by Mrs Baybrtz, I"The < "The Great White Throne/ "Jewish Passover," "Holiness," price 6d,—H. M. Jokes. OWN make purebt boiled Iweets. Importations selected from best makers. Fry's and Cadbury's chocolates. Renton'a Dunedin biscuits at H. G. Flowkr's, East Street. "Strong Vy wear " Boot is the best for Men, Ladies and Children.—W. H. Collier. WANTED KnowrT^Ladies" Stocking" with Silk Toes and Heels m Mack and colors. Is 6d per pair.—W. H. Colmkh. BOOTS, BOOTH" "Keep youvleet Dry and save Doctor's Bills. have a splendid Stock m now. Try ny peuble-s»led Shooters. Every pair Guaranteed. Robert Alcorn, Ashburton Clothinr Mart, Saunders' Buildings. tfTANTID Known. - For Dress Stufls, VV Prints,&&of. f Trimmings t» match go to Melford House. Best value m town.—H. C Sksmrs. "TITANTED Known.—For Sheetings YV Tabling!, Calicoes, Quilts, Towels, Table Napkins, Tray Cloths, D'Oyleys, Ac. t go-to Melford House.—H. C. Segkrs. WANTED every man m the County to have a suit of the Ashburton Tweed*.—Robert Alcorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saunder's Buildings. ANTED Known.—For tirst-class Millinery and Drapery (marked cheap) ge to Melford House. New Goods usi opened.—H. C. Skgers. WAJNTED Known —~Tho"l3heap«it Shop to buy Tinware and Galvanised Iron goods m Ashbarton, is at | W. F. Hannaford'.i, Burnett Street. A i urge stock kept on hand. Tin and Iron ware goods made and repaired with dee ittch » '- ■' ■ ' " ' ,' 14 DARKEST AFRICA, cheap edition now"»rrived. 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 en hire and for sale on terms. Orders received for Bookbinding of every kind.—L. F. Andrkwks &Co FOR SALE., A First-class fire proof bafe, quite new, with two drawers. Will be sold ftt less than cost price, as owner has no further use for it. Apply A.8., Mail Office. 10 140 rpWELYE McCORMICK WIRE JL BINDERS. All m perfect workIng order. CHEAP. 10*144 FRIEDLANDER BROS. "" JAMES BAKER, TIMBER MERCHANT, HAVELOCK STREET Opposite Hakrisons Auction Mart, "TTAS IN STOCK Large Supplies of— Building Timber, Stakes ami Posts, Galvanised Corrugated Iron, Builders Ironmongery, Turnery, Furniture, and Fancy Goods IN ENDLESS VARIETY. FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER IN ANY DESIGN AT SHORTEST * NOTICE Sole Agent m Ashburton for Clegg s Perambulatora. (\TStKHnT, HO rpismaEiTCr KHIVASSrI)V rI) JSUM (IKTV saavHs oHiavai ani tit S9O9TJ SS9J(J 50 IYAIHHV HSHHI MMM 9 113H01IW xmd s n i nthi saixsta oa ionnvo Spring and Summer, 1890. TKY THE NEW ZEALAND CJOIHDG FAGTOET 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 fob Cash m DistMCjt NEW ZEALAND CLOTHINS FACTOR!' W, H WEBBER, Manager

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2554, 27 October 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2554, 27 October 1890

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