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Hotels. THE WHEATSHEAF HOTEL, Wheatstone. Q H. WILLCOCKS, the Proprietor of the above fine Hotel can now offer Acommodation 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, Proprietor, 138 Wheatsheaf Hotel. Boarding Houses. CENTRAL TEMPERANCE HOTEL, Basisg Square (Near Town Hall). RE-OPENING of the above commodious and centrally situated Private and Commercial Hotel. T. BROADBELT, PROPRIETOR, Is prepared to give Superior Accommodation to Boarders and the Travelling Public on REASONABLE TERMS. Weekly Board and Lodging ... £1 Weekly Board ... ... ... 14s. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Dinner on Saturday from 11.30. Beds (single), Is. 6d. Private Room for Ladies. 153—624 a ]\l RS. ScOTT’S IMPERIAL BOARDING HOUSE, Durham Street South, CHRISTCHURCH. Board and Lodging, 20s. Beds and Meals, Is. each. 500 a Business Notices. MEDICAL HALL. Established 1874. J. M. c I ~ MBEIDGE ’ DRUGGIST, FAMILY AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, Has always in Stock — SPONGES—Honeycomb and Turkey Toilet TRUSSES—Common Circular, Cole’s, Salmon and Ody’s, Mocmain, &c. ELASTIC STOCKINGS Knee Caps, Wristlets, and Anklets ; Abdominal Belts in Silk and Thread. FEEDING BOTTLES—Mather’s, Maw’s, Dean’s, Stocker’s, Ayrton and Saunders’, O’Connell’s. INFANTS’ FOODS—Liebig’s, Hard’s, Neave’s, Ridge’s, Nestle’s. COD LIVER OILS—De Jongh’s, Langton’s, Moller’s, Foxe’s, Southall Bros, PERFUMERY —Piesse and Lubin’s, Rimmel’s, Gosnell’s, Briedenbach’s, Low’s, The Crown Perfumery Company’s HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES. HOMCEOPATHIC MEDICINES—Leath and Ross’s daily expected ex “ Waitangi. TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED, 2 Q H A R L E S REID, ASHBURTON SHOEING FORGE, Comer of East and Dodson streets. A large and varied experience in the manufacture and repair of Agricultural Implements and Machinery, warrants 0. R. in guaranteeing sound and satisfactory material and workmanship. Horses safely on thespot. and scientifically shod 252 RABBITS! RABBITS!! P . HARPER, FISHMONGER AND POULTERER Near the Ashburton Hotel, East Street. BEGS to inform the inhabitants i-f Ashburton that he HAS OPENED In the above line, and trusts, by stria attention to business, and supplying b«( articles of first class quality, hopes t merit a share of public patronage OYSTER SALOON. Hot Fried Fish and Tea and Coffee at all hours. Cl CHOOL Requisites and Artist M vie rials. H. M. JONES, Statioier, Baring Snuaro.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 55, 31 January 1880

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