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Business notices. James McDonald, PRACTICAL TAILOR, East stbeet, Ashbubton A good Stock of Tweeds and Cloths on hai d. Summer Goods open shortly. 172 HORSE FEED. OATS, BARLEY, &0., CRUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. JOSEPH CLARK, 69g Tinwald. CHILIE CALLUM,"“-f£a, c %" TWM. ANDERSON, SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, Ashbubton, HAS always in STOCK a complete assortment of every description of Saddlery, Harness, Whips, Saddlers’ Ironmongery, &c., imported direct from England. Goods to order manufactured on the premises of the best Materials, and at the lowest rates 11 FARMERS ! FARMERS ! FARMERS ! R. McKERROW AND CO., RE Cash Purchasers of Wool, Grain, and all kinds of Farm Produce, and are also prepared to make Liberal CASH ADVANCES on the above placed in their hands either for sale or shipment to the English or Colonial Markets. A Large Stock of Cornsacks, Woolpacks, &c., for sale at lowest current prices. iR. McKERROW & CO.,] GRAIN MERCHANTS, RAKAIA. 36 NEW SADDLERY. &c„ &c. J. TAIT, & CO., PRACTICAL SADDLERS & HARNESS MAKERS, Wills Stbeet, Ashbubton, (Next to Cookson’s Stables), HAVE recently opened up a Choice Assortment of First-Class Goods, comprising— Double and Single Harness Shaft and Leading Harness Saddles, English and Colonial Horse and Saddle Cloths Rugs and Waterproofs Bridles, Bits, Martingales Whips, Spurs, Gloves Brushes, Combs, &c., &c. From the best makers, which will be sold at most reasonable prices. Harness of every description made to order, or repaired on the shortest notice. J. TAIT AND CO., (Next Cookson’s Stables), Opposite Railway Station Ashburton. 915 g A SPRING ON THE PIPES! ASHBURTON HAIRCUTTING ROOMS. IMPORTANT NOTICE. MR. E. A. GARNETT begs to inform the inhabitants of Ashburton and surrounding districts that he has DISPOSED of his BUSINESS to Mr. F. CLARK, of Christchurch, and while thanking them for the liberal support accorded to him during his residence here, would solicit a continuance of the same on behalf of his successor Referring to the above, F. CLARK hopes, by strict attention to business and moderate charges, to merit a fair share of public support. F. CLARK, HAIRDRESSER, TOBACCONIST, STATIONER, AND FANCY GOODS MERCHANT, Ashburton. Agent for the sale of the Ashburton Guardian and Evening Herald. 725c-92g SMOOTHER TO SHOUTHER. [a caed,] TO BUSINESS MEN, FARMERS, AND OTHERS OF ASHBURTON. GENTLEMEN, —In consequence of the high costs ruling here in reference to obtaining the simplest of LEGAL DOCUMENTS, and in consideration of my having had seven years’ experience as Law Clerk in Christchurch and Ashburton, I beg to inform you I have opened a DEEDS OFFICE and AGENCY, where all Bankruptcy and other Legal Business will be attended to through me. E. WADMAN, Up-stairs office, Saunders’ Buildings. 839c-189g East street, Ashburton. MONEY TO LEND. Trust moneys—£2,ooo, £4OO, and £250. These sums are now ready for investment on real security, at current rates of interest. F. P. O’REILLY, 899c-226g Solicitor, Tancred street. THE SOUTHLAND TIMBER YARDS. THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS to inform his friends and the public generally, that lie has made arrangements with the best SAWMILLS in Southland for a constant Supply of Building Timber, including Red and Write Pine FLOORING LINING SKIRTING ARCHITRAVES MOULDINGS and will open the same OCTOBER Ist, 1880, at his yards, corner of' CAMERON AND WEST STREETS, Next Jameson and R6bebts, ASHBUR T O N . JOSHUA TUCKER, 17«-884c Proprietor

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 159, 30 September 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 159, 30 September 1880

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