Business Notices. T. A. GATES, /CABINET MAKER, PICTURE FRAME MAKER, AND UNDERTAKER, SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, ASHBURTON. 4 TINWARE) BOOT AND SHOE SHOP. C. HAWKINS. CH. begs to inform the inhabitants of . Tinwald and surrounding districts that he has taken the Boot and Shoe Shop adjoining Mr. S. Stephens’, saddler, and hopes by strict attention to business to obtain a share of public patronage. 742 g 937 a NOTICE. MISS HODDER, lately arrived from London, begs to announce that she has commenced business as DRESSMAKER in Moore street, Ashburton, near Dr Stewart’s residence. Prices strictly moderate, and no effort will be spared to give satisfaction. MISS HODDER, Dressmaker, Moore street. 163—651 a R CULLEN, GENERAL CARREER . and FORWARDING AGENT, Burnett street, Ashburton. Trains attended daily, and all orders promptly attended to. 4COg BUTCHERS, BAKERS, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANTS, NORTON FARM, SEAFIELD. JONES AND CO., Norton Farm, Seafield, 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 and neighboring districts, that their Bread Meat, and Store Carts travel the following routes on the days given below : Seafield to Kyle, and Acton—Wednesdays. Seafield to Wakanui Homestead, Waka. nui School, and Creek, back by Christie’s Road— Thursdays. Seafield to North Seafield, Charing Cross, Dundas, Cambridge, returning by Pioneer Road— Fridays. In view of the Harvest, orders for attendance of the Cart may be left at the Store, Norton Farm, Seafield ; Wakanui School, with Mr. Ginney; with Mr. Lambie, at Kyle ; and with Mr Brown, blacksmith, Clontarf. JONES AND CO., NORTON FARM, Seafield. Butchers, Bakers, General Storekeepers, Grain and Seed Merchants. AGENTS FOR THE ASHBURTON HERALD AND GUARDIAN. 679 a Conveyances. THE LONGBEACH COACH !! aEORGE WILLCOCKS, in taking up the Royal Mail’s running, begs to intimate that as soon as he secured the mail contract he issued cards announcing his intention of REDUCING THE PARES, So that the credit of RUNNING THE FIRST CHEAP COACH Belongs to him, and to no one else. The fares by Willcocks’ coach are exactly 3d. per mile ordinary Tares, and l|d. per mile for return. They are as under— . . Longbeach to Ashburton, ordinary 55., return Bs. ; Waterton to Ashburton, 3s. 6d. ordinary, 6s. return. Ashton to Ashburton, 3s. ordinary, ss. return. Wheatstone to Ashburton, 2s. Gd. ordinary, 4s. return. SINGLE FARE RETURN ON SATURDAYS. The coach leaves the Booking Office, Quill’s Commercial Hotel, each day at 3.15 ; Post Office, 3.30. NEW COACH, with every comfort. Sound cattle, safely handled by Tom Cotton, as good a whip as ever held the ribbons. ■ 4080 OPPOSITION THE SOUL OF TRADE. REDUCTION IN FARES. TH. BREWER, in thanking the public , of Ashburton, Longbeach, and Waterton, for theirliberalsupportinthe past, begs to announce to his numerous customers and friends, that he intends running his Coach DAILY as usual ; and he now intends making considerable Reductions in the Fares. T. H. B. relies on the support of his hitherto numerous patrons to enable him to carry out the above motto. T. H. BREWER, Proprietor. 895a—S3a * NOTICE TH. BREWER’S COACH leaves- , Longbeach for Ashburton DAILY at 8 a.m. via Waterton, 8.40 a.m., Ashton, 9 a.m., Wheatstone, 9.15 a.m., arriving at Ashburton in time for the 10 o’clock trains. The Coach returns by the same route, on arrival of the 3 p.m. J'min. from Christchurch. Office—Cox street. orders, parcels, and telegrams punctually attended to. T. H. BREWER, Proprietor. 89Ga—347 ECOOKSON, Wills Street, runs the- . MAIL COACH from Ashburton Railway Station to Green Street, Alfor d -Forest, and Mount Somers, every Tuesday and Friday, returning Wednesday and Saturday at 3
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