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MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES— ALL PATTERNS AND DESIGNS. WASHING, WRINGING, MANGLING MACH) NES— ALL SIZES IN STOCK. BusinesatJgotices. IRONMONGER ONMONGERY CHEAPEST HOUSE J^JSHRISTCHURCH. F. CEO S.^S. & C 0., WHOLESALE" AND RETAIL IRONM 0 :: N GERS, Corner of Colombo and Hereford Streets, opposite Bank op New Zealand, CHRISTCHURCH, BEG to call the attention of their Customersgfend the public generally to their varied and well-assMagy stock of every description of BUILDERS’ AND GENEQjJjffIfRONMONGERY, BRUSHWARE, &c., &c. ; a large stock of Oils, Paints, Paperhangings, now landing, ex Elmiranda. from New York Three-Pronged Hay Forks, all lengths ; Two and Three-Bow Bfey Rakcs ; American Scythe Snathes, Lawn Mowers, and'every description of Yankee Notions. ‘ FLY TRAPS ! FLY TRAPS ! FLY TRAPS ! RANGES. RANGES. 'RANGES. CHEAPER THAN EVER. . \j Stocks of Scotch and Leamington Ranges in _ the Colonies, and are now offering them at considerably reduced prices, and would call the attention of Architects, Builders, and the public generally to an inspection. RANGES—Watson and Gorfs “ Etna,” with cast-iron oven and boiler, 3ft wide—£s. Ditto as above, with oven and side boiler, and bright bands and mould, 3ft. 3in. wide — L 7 10s. Leamington Ranges, all sizes, from 2ft. 9in. to 6ft,, and all prices from £4 each*REGISTER GRATES —Fin® cast front with brick back—7d. per inch. Ground front "-and , brick back —lOd, ner inch. Wright’s Patent Bivalve,, with steel and ormolu oead, all sizes and patterns, from 60s. each. FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. Being overstocked in this Department we are determined to sell at a little over cost, and give our Customers the benefit of the increased tariff, also to make room for shipments now landing, and to arrive, we invite recent arrivals and others to an inspection. We have also now landing ex Hurunui—OlL CLOTHS, all Widths ; CARPETS of every description ; HEARTH RUGS ; Hessians, striped for Cabinet makers ; Scrim, &c., &c. Also, to arrive per Hereford, Pleiades, and other vessels--White Lead, Oils, Varnishes, and Colors of every description. § M Q & <72 All Goods delivered Free within One Mile ’of Post Office. Country orders carefully packed, and every' attention given. 452 g FURNISHING GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. CARPENTERS’ TOOLS AT REDUCED

NOTICE TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. WHEN you want any Copper, Zinc, Iron, or Tinware made or repaired, it will be to your interest to consult JOSEPH HYDE, Moore street, Ashburton, And he will cure all complaints cheaply. 4G9a T. CHAMBERS, jgOOT AND SHOEMAKER, East Street, Ashburton. Boots and Shoes of all kinds Sewn or Pegged. Repairs Attended To. 48 TINWALD STORE. JAMES ESCOTT, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, IRONMONGER, DRAPER, Ac., &c., &c. 3900 EINE Cream-Laid ENYELOPES, No. 6 ; extra secure shape, ONLY 9s. 6d. per 1000; Soo, 55.; 250, 35., NETT CASH. ALSO, — BANK NOTE AND LETTER PAPER WEEKS & DIXON, DIRECT IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STATIONERS, ASHBURTON “ HERALD ” OFFICE! T. A. GATES, ABINET MAKER, PICTURE FRAME MAKER, AND UNDERTAKER, SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, ASHBURTON. 4 JUST ARRIYED. PAPER BAGS, PAPER BAGS. r( ONFECTIONEP S, Fruiterers, I Grocers, Drapers, Seedsmen, &c., can be supplied with Paper Bags, all sizes, and Printed or Plain. WEEKS AND DIXON, General Printers, East rtreet North. SCHOOL Requisites and Artist M ite rials. H. M. JONES, Statio ier, Bari Sauare. ,73/ NY ELOPES, NOTEPAPER, ENYELOPES, NOTEPAPER.— The cheapest ever offered in Ashburton, at the Herald Office, Wholesale Stationery• Depot, Saunders’ Buildings.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 76, 20 March 1880

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