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Business Notices. JOHN N D E R S O N, CANTERBURY FOUNDRY, CHRISTCHURCH, Sole Agent for the M'SHERRY GRAIN DRILLS, Will have on sale for next season a full assortment of these machines, varying from 10 to 17 hoes. Hoes, spring and peg, six to seven inches apart. Reapers and Binders by M'Cormick and Wood. Wire and extras for same. All kinds of plough fittings, shares, Ac., kept on hand or cast at short notice. Fencing standards and wire, millstones, grindstones, flour dressing silk, leather and indiarubber belting and hose, reaper sections, machine oils, field gates, horse shoes and nails, rivets, bolts, nuts, plate and bar iron, steel, and every requisite for smiths’ work, all kinds of engine and boiler mountings, boiler and gas tubes, &c., &c. Machinery of every description made on the most modern principles and design. Estimates and drawings furnished on application. Indents to. Great Britain or America executed on favourable terms. Sole agent for Aveling and Porter, Rochester, England. G and 8-h.p. Traction Engines by them on sale. Sole agent for John Wallace and Co., of London and Dundee, manufactures of Rolled Joists, &c. Sizes, prices, and catalogues on application. 312

O. I. c. THE VICTORIAN LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES ARE OPENED, TANCRED STREET, ASHBURTON, Next St. Stephen’s Church. S. STEEL 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 farmers and travellers. Good attendance guaranteed, and moderate charges. Saddle Horses and carriages on hire.

Hotels. THE WHEATSHEAF HOTEL, Wheatstone. Q H. WILLCOCKS. tlie Proprietor of the above fine Hotel can now offer, Acominoclation which cannot be surpassed in any house in Canterbury, and wishes to inform his friends and the public generally that everything in his power will be done to make his patrons comfortable. The rooms are splendidly furnished and well ventilated. First-class Stabling and Paddocks in connection with the Hotel. Wines and Spirits of the Best Brands. G. H. WILLCOCKS, PiioritmoK, 138 Wheatsheaf Hotel. FAMILY HOTEL DURHAM STREET NORTH, CHRISTCHURCH. WHITE "PARSONS, (Late of the Royal Hotel, Lyttelton.) This Hotel is now Renovated and fitted up as a FIRST CLASS FAMILY HOTEL. 49 P_f>MMERCIAI AND Fami D iIJS. NOTICE TO INVALIDS. jgUY PORT AND SHERRY WINES AT QUILL’S COMMERCIAL HOTEL. FINE OLD JAMACIA RUM BRANDIES and WHISKEY Of the best Brands. Competition defied. Charges moderate, and every article purchased at the above Hotel guaranteed. jSSf'All the above imported direct by T. QUILL, 213 Proprietor.

JOSEPH BALDWIN Bega to inform his friends and the public that he Has Opened THE CENTRAL HOTEL, AT THE JUNCTION, WILLS STREET AND WAKANUI ROAD, ASHBURTON, THIS commodious hotel is situated within three minutes’ walk of the Railway Station. Table d’Hote daily at G p.m. Luncheon on the table from 12 to 2 p.m. The Jug and Bottle Department will be made a special feature, single bottles and small quantities being supplied at the lowest remunerative rates. Only the best quality of Wines, Beers, and Spirits procurable will be kept. J. BALDWIN, 540 Proprietor.

CHRISTMAS CARDS—Tops and Presents. H. M. JONES, Stationer Baring Square.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 44, 6 January 1880

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 44, 6 January 1880

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