Business Notices. CE 'ITRAL SHOEING FORGE, Tancred street, Railway crossing, (Opposite Orr and Co.’s.) ROBB and BURNS, Agricultural Implement Makers, General Blacksmiths, Wheelwrights, Machinists, &c., beg to announce to the public of Ashburton that they have commenced business as above, and hope to merit a share of public support. HORSE SHOEING GUARANTEED TO SATISFACTION. 560 a GREENSTREET FORGE, Ashburton Forks. WILLIAM REYELL, Blacksmith, Wheelright, and Agricultural Machinist, TTAYING considerably extended his Business Premises, can guarantee all work entrusted to him to be executed in a thoroughly competent manner, and with despatch. 359 g Q H A RL E S REID, A SHBURTON SHOEING FORGE, Corner of East and Dodson streets. A large and varied experience in the manufacture and repair of Agricultural Implements and Machinery, warrants C. R. in guaranteeing sound and satis-, factory material and workmanship. Horses safely and scientifically shod on the spot. 252 TO FARMERS, LIVERY STABLE KEEPERS, SPORTING MEN, AND OTHERS OWNING HORSES. GEORGE KIDD, Moore Street, BEGS to announce the fact that the PRICE for SHOEING hacks and light draught HORSES is now REDUCED to 7s. per set, and that all horses of this description will be specially attended to by himself. Horses liable to cut are shod on a principle of George Kidd’s own invention, which has proved an effectual cure for brushing. All kinds of blacksmith’s work, and repairs to agricultural machineiy of any description done on the shortest notice. GEORGE KIDD, 75c-526g Moore street, Ashburton. JOHN NDERSON, 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, &c., 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 lubes, &c., Ac. 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 Conveyances. THE LONGBEACH COACH! aEORGE WILLCOCKS respectfully acknowledges the liberal support which he has received during the short time his Coach has been running, and solicits a continuance of the same. The fares by Willcocks’ coach are exactly 3d. per mile ordinary fares, and l|d. per mile for Saturday return. They are as under— Longbeach to Ashburton, ordinary 65., return Bs. Waterton to Ashburton, 3s. 6d. ordinary, 6s. return. Ashton to Ashburton, 3s. ordinary, 6s. return. Wheatstone to Ashburton, 2s. 6d. 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. 0 a ECOOKSON, Wills Street, runs the , MAIL COACH from Ashburton Railway Station to Green Street, Alford Forest, and Mount Somers, every Tuesday and Friday, returning Wednesday and Saturday at 3 p.m. ■mETHYEN TO ALFORD FOREST."" JOHN TISCH begs to inform the public that his COACH LEAVES ALFORD FOREST DAILY at 9 a. m. for the Methven Railway Station, to meet the 11.25 a.m. train from Christchurch and Rakaia, and returns to Alford Forest at twelve o’clock. Parcels and orders punctually attended to. All unstamped letters taken along the road to be charged at parcel rates. JOHN TISCH, 5970 Alford Forest. HINIQUY’S LECTURES.—Just Arrived, New Edition H. M. Jokes, Baring Square.
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