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HotelsD t- BUTLER’S FAMILY HOTEL, ASHBURTON. J. F. BUTLER k (Late of Arahura, West Coast) JgEGS to inform his friends and the public generally that he has opened the above largo and commodious hotel, which f is situated at the •' CORNER OF GASS ANT) HAVELOCK 0 STREETS, ® And is convenient to the Railway Station. Excellent accommodation for travellers, families, and boarders. i. All wines and spirits of •.■he best brands. One of Alcock’s best billiard tables. 965a-4170 JOHN TISOH begs to inform his friends and the public that he has TAKEN THE ALFORD FOREST HOTEL, Alford Forest. Fix'st-class accommodation at moderate i charges. Wines, ales, and spirits of best quality. Good stabling and paddocks. I Horses and buggies on hire. A conveyance meets the 11.35 a.m. train at Methven Station, returning at once to Alford Forest. 5980 [ THE WHEATSHEAF HOTEL, Wheatstone. Q H. WILLCOCKS, the Proprietor of the above fine Hotel can now offer Acomi modation winch cannot be surpassed -in any house in Canterbury, and wishes to : inform his friend? ‘vnd 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. M. WILLCOCKS, Proprietor, 138 Wheatsheaf Hotel. Boarding Houses. CENTRAL TEMPERANCE HOTEL, Baring 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 Accomnioda tion to Boarders and the Travelling Public on REASONABLE TERMS. Weekly Board and Lodging ... £1 Weekly Board ... 11s. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Dinner on Saturday from 11.30. Beds (single), Is. 6d. Private Room for Ladies. 153 —624 a Publications. NEW ZEALAND WESLEYAN Published Monthly. JUST ARRIVED, the “New Zealand Wesleyan” for March. Price 6d Sold at the Herald and Guardian Office, Cast Street. WEEKS AND DIXON, Agents. AGRICULTURAL PAPERS. i rjpHE PUBLISHERS have much • pleasure in intimating to the Farmers of the County of Ashburton, that they havejssued a reprint in pamphlet form of a selection of AGRICULTURAL PAPERS Read before the Lincoln Farmers’ Club, j 5 compiled by J. Stanley Bruce, Esq., Price One Shilling. Orders for the above pamphlet, accompanied by thirteen stamps, should be addresssed to WEEKS & DIXON, Publishers, East Street. \ LMANAC for 1880, printed on a neat card, with Ashburton Directory, Postal and Railway Guide, can be obtained gratuitously at the “ Guardian Office. FORMS PRINTED — “To Let” and “ For Sale can be obtained at the Herald Office.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 73, 13 March 1880

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