Business Notices. FRUIT, .CONFECTIONERY, &c., Ac. NOW OPEN. P. FURNESS BEGS to inform tlie public of Ashburton that he has just opened a NEW STOCK OF FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY IN THE SHOP NEXT TO HODDER & CO.’S, Saunders’ New Buildings, EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Dates, Nuts, Almonds, Confectionery, Biscuits, &c., &c., &c. G7Ba JpiNYELOPES, NOTEPAPER, EN YELOPES, NOTEPAPER.—Th cheapest ever offered in Ashburton, at th Herald Office, Wholesale Stationery Depot, Saunders’ Buildings. PUBLIC NOTICE. BOOTS! BOOTS! T. CHAMBERS WHILE THANKING the pi blic of Ashburton and surrour ding districts for past favors, begs to iuf< rn them that he has received, and to arrive, at his place < f business, East-street, a WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF LADIES’, GENTLEMEN’S, AND CHILDREN’S BOOTS AND SHOES Of all descriptions. T. C. also calls special attenl.i i to the Measure Department, and iiu ites the gentlemen of Ashburton to inspect the superior class of Sewn Boots and Shoes he is now making. Riding Boots, Shooting Boots, Walking Boots and Shoes, Cricketing Boots and Shoes, and Running Shoes. WORKMAN SHIP UNSURPASSED, A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED T. CHAMBERS, PROSPECT BUILDINGS, Next to Montgomery's, East-street. PAPERHANGING WAREHOUSE, TANCRED STREET, Ashburton. J. R. CHAPMAN PAINTER, PAPERHANGER, SIGN-WRITER, Ext., Has much pleasure in stating that, owiny to the large increase of Business, he is now Importing from the ManufacturersPAPER HANGINGS, WHITE LEAD LINSEED OIL, WINDOW GLASS, BRUSH WAP £, And all the necessaries of the Trade, and is therefore in a position to compete with any house in Canterbury for price and quality. Every description of work in the trade executed under personal superintendence. Competent workmen sent lo all parts of the country.
ESTIMATES GIVEN. Advertise. If YO'J WANT to sell a Farm, to sell a Horse, to rent a Farm, to buy a Horse, to buy a House, to rent a House, to obtain Board, to sell Groceries, to sell Furniture, to sell Hardware, to hire a Servant, to borrow Money, If you want -1 to sell Dry Goods „„n . i- . 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 or Section, to lind a Strayed Animal, to find any one’s Address, to sell a piece of Furniture, to find an owner for Anything, to buy a second-hand Carriage, j to find anything you have LosU If you want Lto sell Agricultural Implement* YOU CAN DO SO, EY MAKING YOUR WANTS KNOWi THE ASHBURTON HERALD, OFFICE : SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, East Street. AVE . you Lost Anything ?—Tell the finder through the Herald for a Shilling. If he is honest he will bring it to you without a reward, but you can bait a finder of shaky morals by a tempting offer of remuneration for his trouble. All or ai Shilling. IN
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