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WANTED CASH Advertisements under this beading not exceedin SIXTEEN WORDS 1/-. Addresses may be left at this Office. U! ANTED,—First-Class 'Carpenter, at once. Apply, Thos. Collins, Longbeach. 11 18 OWN make, purest boiled Sweets. Importations selected from best makers. Fry's and Cadbury'a chocolates. Renton's Dunedin biscuits at H. G. Flower's, East Street. _ WANTED Known—The "Strorigwear " Boot is the best for Men, aclies arid Children.—W. H. Collier. \'\l ANTED Known-Ladies Stocking VV with Silk Toes nr^l Heels m black and colors. Is 6d per p'ftlr.—-W. H. Collier, • DOTS, BOOTH. " Keep ypm fee Dry and save Doctor's Bills, have a splendid Stock in now. Try ny Double-soled Shooters. Every pair Guaranteed. Robert Alcork, Ashbur 1 ton Clothin? Mart, Saunders' Buildings. t ITANMDK^wnT^ForDressStiSr, VV Prints, &c., Trimmings to match go to Melford House. Best value in town.—H. C SeOtKrs. WANTED Known.—For Sheetings Tablings, Calicoes, Quilts, Towels, Table Napkins, Tray Cloths, D'Oyleys, &c., go to Melford House.—H. C. Segers. WANTED every man in the County to have a suit of tho Ashburton Tweeds.—Robert Alcorn, Ashburton Clothing Mart, Saunder's Buildings. ANTED Known.—For first-class Millinery and Drapery (marked cheap) go to Melford House. New Gooda ust opened.—H.C^Segers. WANTED" Knomi"—The~Cheapest Shop to buy Tinware and Galvanised Iron goods in Ashbarton, is at W. F. Hannaford's, Burnett Street. A arge stock kept on hand. Tin and Iron ware goods made and repaired with de patch.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2562, 5 November 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2562, 5 November 1890

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