N3Tir Advertisein BUTCH:’ MS, BAKERS STOREKE 'PE ,_jr,TN \ND SEED M HuK'iOl'i FARM, b. j 3 AND GO. Nort field, return thanks t for the hearty support accc since Norton Farm was Butchery, Bakery, and ( and solicit a continuance c assuring customers that the always have first conside hands of the advertisers. Jones and Co. beg to friends and the public in th neighboring districts, that Meat, and Store Carts trav< routes on the days given be Seafield to Kyle, and Ac days. Seafield to Wakanm Don nui School, and Creek, b.u Road — Thursdays. Seafield to North Sen Cross, Dundas, Cambridge Pioneer Road — Fridays. In view of the Harvest, tendance of the Cart may Store, Norton Farm, Seafi School, with Mr. Ginne Lambie, at Kyle ; and wi Clontarf blacksmith. JONES AND CO., NOP. Seafield. Butchers, Bakers, Ge keepers, Grain and See AGENT FOR THE ASHBURTON HI AND GUARDI AT 1 CENTRAL TEMPERA! Baring Sqi (Near Town H RE-OPENING of the dious and centrall vate and Commercial Hot. T. BROADS! PROPRIETOR Is prepared to give Super tiou to Boarders and toe 1 on REASONABLE Weekly Board and Lodj Weekly Board ... MEALS AT ALL Dinner on Saturday Beds (single), 1 Private Room for jpNVELOPES, NOTI YELOPES, NOTE cheapest ever offered in A Herald Office, Wholes Depot, Saunders’ Building ROYAL MAIL C ASHBURTON TO L Great Reductions NEW ARRANGEMENT Ist, 1880, George willcoci fully to announce t mence running the Roj from January Ist, 1880 burton, Tinwald, Whea Waterton, and Longhead sengers and Parcels at duced rates. Having eng enced coachman, thorou with the district, the pul all orders for parcels i and prompt attention.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 39, 25 December 1879
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