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BUS ' pi H. M. J o KBS, Baud' ■ Sijuiaa, LAW & COMMERCIAL STATIONER BOOK AND MUSIC SELLER Taya, Fancy Goods, Violins, Strings,' ' Concertinas, &c. Magazines, . English Papers, & Periodical* by each Mail. Bookbinding Executed with Despatch It :: ■ aid THE VICTORIAN LIVERY AND : BAIT STABLES ~ ARE OPEK ED, ’ TANCRED STREET, ASHBURTON > ■ Next St. StephenV Church. . ‘ ’ S. S TEEL BEGS to announce to the public that he has taken the above. Stable*,, (late Bell’s Western Repository), which nave been thoroughly renovated, and can now afford extensive accommodation for farmers and travellers. Good attendance guaranteed, and moderate charges. , . • ' Saddle Horses and carriages on lure. PA PERHANGING WAREHOUSE, .MCREDt ; 'S^^^;.;r:;? ASHBUBTOK.i. f., ;; f ■]: ■ , J. R . PAINTER, PAP ERHAN OER f SIGN-WRITER, Etu., Haa much pleasure in stating that, owingto tlfe large increase of Businkw?, haVno^r;; ; Hipobting from the MANUFAdrcßjtßfrrPAPERHANGINGS, : WHITE LEAP, LINSEED OIL, . WINDOW GLASS, BRUSHWAPf; And all the necessaries of the Trads, «d 4. is therefore in a position to compete with • any house, ip Canterbury for price Mil : quality. Everydescriptionpfwarkinti* trade executed under .personal puperiu , ;; tondenco. Competent workmen: seat. .tft all parts df the'country, ---.i , ESTIMATES GIVEN. ' ■■ ...41 LJi .■jH..ujtiaug. .AL.mmsosmm, Advertise. If You want fto sell a Farm, ~ to sell a Horse, to rent a Farm, to buy a Horse, to bay a House,) to rent a House, 1 , ::1 "■ ~ to obtain Board,' ‘ ‘ . to sell Groceries; to sell Furnittire, , to sell Hardware; . to hire a Servant; to borrow Money, If you want to sell Dry. Goods to sell a Carriage, to sell Real Estate, to seek a Situation, to obtain a Servant, { to engage a Salesman, to sell Millinery Goods, • to sell a House oc Sectioo,.: to find a Strayed Animal, to find any dne’s Address, , to sell a piece of Furniture, to find an. owner for Anything, , ~ to buy a second-hand Carnage, ; ; to find any , hing you have Lost, K you want I. to sell Agriculturat • YOU CAN DO SO. BY MAKING YOUR WANTS KNOW*. IN THE ASHBURTON HERAILO. omcB: SAUNDERS’ BUiBJWWGSi, East Sswikt s

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 31, 6 December 1879

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