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NEW TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. CRAIGHEAD & Co., MERCHANT TAILORS, HAVE opened those premises situated in Tailored street adjoining Messrs Orr and Co’s General Store. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF TWEEDS, FANCY GOODS, &0., Ac., JUST ARRIVED. Mr. Craighead’s experience as Head Cotter in connection with First Class Tailoring Establishments in Edinburgh and San Francisco lias extended over a period of ten years, and from the immense success which has always attended his efforts to please, he _ is prepared to’ guarantee a perfect fit in every case. TANCRED STREET, (Next Orr and Cj.’s.) CRAIGHEAD & CO. 982 a TO FARMERS. fjpHE undersigned are CASH BUYERS of WHEAT, or will make LIBERAL ADVANCES on shipments to London on growers’ account. MILES, HASSAL, & CO., Christchurch ; MILES, ARCHER, & CO., 566 g Timaru. MESSRS. H. MATSON AND CO., AUCTIONEERS, &t\, Hnr.O FORTNIGHTLY ST'*‘'K SALES AsliLiirloii :ui*l Tiinvalil. Sr.xi sale :.i ,\S.H HURToN VaUI'S, ..a TUESDAY, March 10, 1880. C. PERCY COX, 427g* Agent, Ashburton. NOTICE TO FARMERS. fjpHE undersigned will be prepared to treat with farmers and others in Ashburton, every Wednesday and Saturday, for the PURCHASE of GRAIN, or SHIPMENT on ACCOUNT of GROWERS. JOSEPH CLARK. February 28, 1880. 550g* T>ROMISSORY Note Forms, in Books I of 25, unstamped, for sale at the Herald Office. Price 2s. 6cl. e?-;li. LABOR MARKET. REGISTRY OFFICE FOR MASTERS AND SERVANTS, AT THE ‘ EVENING HERALD ” OFFICE. Earmers requiring hands can engage men through the “ Evening Herald ” Registry for 1/- each, prepaid. LABORERS REQUIRING SITUA TIONS can engage through the “ Herald ” Registry Office by paying 1/-. SERVANTS REQUIRING SITUATION'S can get them by applying at the “Herald” Registry Office, and paying I/--ENGAGEMENTS will be POSTED UP every day at 12 noon and 4 p. m., by numbers given to the applicants, who will leam the address on enquiring. SPECIAL or URGENT WANTS will be inserted in the “ Evening Herald ’’ in the registry column on payment of Sixpence additional in advance, for each issue. Further Particulars on application at the “EVENING HERALD” REGISTRY OFFICE. SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, EAST ST., ASHBURTON. EMPLOYERS requiring any kind of laborers can engage through Herald Registry Office, on payment of Is. in advance. mEACHERS can obtain the MULTIX PLICATION TABLES, printed on gummed paper, in any quantity at the TTkrat.d Office, East street, near the Railway Station. POST OFFICE NOTICES. Mails close at the Chief Post Office, Christchurch, for the folio-wing places (subject to necessary alterations) as under: — Thursday, March 4. For Australian colonies, per express train, at 7-30 a.m. (to connect with s.s. Te Anau at Port Chalmers). Friday, March 5. For Northern Ports of New Zealand and Australian Colonies (via Sydney), per Wakatipu. The next mail for the United Kingdom, via Brindisi, will be at Christchurch on March 11th, and will be due in London on April 29th. The next mail for the United Kingdom, via San Francisco, will be closed at Christchurch on March 27th, and will be due in London on March 11th. Notice. —A Post Office lias been opened at Winchxnore, on the Bakaia-Methven Railway line. SYDNEY J. DISK, Chief Postmaster. Mails close at the Ashburton Post Office, A 3 follows : For Christchurch and North at 10.20 a.m. A. 30 p.m., and 8 p.m., daily. For Chertsey at 10.20 a.m daily. For Rakaia at 10.20 a.m and 4.30 p.m For Dunedin, Tinwald Winslow, Hinds,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, 4 March 1880

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, 4 March 1880

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