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Business Notices. BUTCHERS, BAKERS, GENERAL. STOREKEEPERS, GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANTS, NORTON FARM, SEAFIELD. ' JONES AND CO., Norton Farm, - field, return thanks to their patrons' for the hearty- support accorded to, them since Norton Farm was opened as a Butchery* Bakery, and General Store, and solicit a continuance of past favors, assuring customers that their interest will always have first consideration at the hands of the advertisers.; ■ • Jones and Co. beg to inform their friends and the public in the Seafield, -land neighboring • districts, that their jßread Meat, and Store Carts travel the following routes on the days given below : i Seafield to Kyle, and Acton—Wednesdays. ■ - Seafield to Wakanui Homestead, "Wakanui School, and Greek; back by Christie’s Road — Thursdays. . ; • ; :: ’ Seafield to North Seafield, Charing Cross; Dundas, Cambridge, returning by Pioneer Road—Fridays. -"p; In view of the Harvest, orders'for attendance of the- Cart majr.be leftVa'fc the Store, Norton Farm, Seafield ; Wakanui School, with Mr. Ginney;; -with vMr. Lambie, at Kyle ; and with Mr, Brown, Clontarf blacksmith. •. r JONES AND CO-, NORTON"’ FARM, Seafield. Butchers, Bakers, General :• Store* • keepers, Grain and Seed Merchants. ‘ ARG E N TIS I v FOR THE ASHBURTON HERALD : GUARDIAN. 679 a ROYAL MAIL COACH. ASHBURTON TO LONGBEACH. < Great Reductions in Fares. * NEW ARRANGEMENTS, JANUARY Ist, 1880.' G| EORGE WILLCOCKS begs respectf fully to announce that he will commence running the Royal Mail Coach, from January Ist, 1880, - between Ashburton, ! Tinwald, Wheatstone, Ashton, , Waterton, ; and Longbeach, carrying Passengers and Parcels at considerably .reduced rates. Having engaged an experienced coachman, ;.thoroughly acquainted with the district, Abe public can rely on all orders for parcels receiving careful and prompt attention. ; Passengers will be . carried at prices within the means of everyone, and ■by so doing the proprietor'..trysts to receive a larger amount of patronage from theJTown and Country. ~**.£ -S'"' Booking Offices— Quill’s Commercial Hotel, for Parcels, at the “Guardi^ “ Herald ” Office, Ashburton ; afid Post Office, Longbeach. 826 a GEORGE WILCOGKS. CENTRAL TEMPERANCE HOTEL, Baring Square ; ~(Near Town Hall). RE-OPENING of the above commodious and centrally situated Private and Commercial Hotel. T. BROADBELT, PROPRIETOR, N Is prepared to give Superior Accommodation to Boarders and the Travelling Public REASONABLE TERMS. Weekly Board and Lodging . ... Weekly Board ... v ... ... £1 14s. MEALS AT ALL HOURS., Dinner on; Saturday.. from 11.30. Beds (single), Is. 6d. Private Room for Ladies. . 153—624 a 0. I. C. THE VICTORIAN LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES A R E OP B.N E D, TANCRED STREET,; ASHBURTON, Next St. Stephen’s Church, S. ST EE L BEGS to announce to the .public that he has taken the above Stables (late Bell’s Western Repository), which have been thoroughly renovated, and can now afford extensive accommodation for fanners and travellers. Good attendance guaranteed,' and moderate charges. Saddle Horses and carriages oh hire. 11. c. 174 THE ASHE URI ON GUARDIAN in the Country are particularly requested to . communicate ..I ; with the Publishers if their papers are not properly addressed. The number of Sub» scribers has increased so rapidly that unless great care is taken in giving orders as to address and how to be sent, the paper* may be left at the wrong place. All orders will receive bur prompt attention, WEEKS AND DJXON, Proprietors. Octoberl3,l'B79. " • , .

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 42, 1 January 1880

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