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Business Notices. PRACTICAL WATCH & CLOCKMAKER' JEWELLER, &c. ROBT. MURRAY, MQORE STREET, BEACH ROAD, ASHBURTON. EiM. guarantees all work entrusted to ,! him to- ho turned - out thoroughly satisfactory and in good working order. A well-assorted stock of Watches, Clocks - ■■ ; Jewellery/ Spectacles, &c. Watch Glasses and Keys, of the best quality, fitted... . ; All Watch’ and Clock Work and Jewel lery repairs executed ori the Premises. MOORE . STREET (Next Door to the ; Road Board Office), 1 . BEACH ROAD, ASHBURTON. 730c-96d DAVIS’S Cheap F U R NATURE ANh BEDDING M A N U F ACTORY, MOORE STREET, ASHBURTON. EVERY article Sold at Christchurch Prices and guaranteed best of material and workmanship. H FUNERALS CHEAPLY & COMPLETELY FURNISHEI . W D AVIS. 'T/ MOORE STREET, ASHBURTON.... 259 c self-binding Harvesters. MESSRS/DUNN AND RAY, ■ Reaper and : Binder Experts, TTTiISH to notify to Farmers, Con-: 'y\ i tractors, Merchants, and others that they are prepared to Adjust, Repair, and/ Repaint all kinds of Reapers and Binders. Extras and Duplicates, in Wood, and Iron, .on hand. • . , None but the best of material used, and all Work guaranteed. Machines examined or repaired in town or country. Orders may be left at Messrs. Jameson and Roberts) or at the workshop. r T j AGENTS FOR ' THE OSBORNE STRING BINDER.. THE OSBORNE STRING BINDER HAS ARRIVED. We are prepared to make arrangements with Farmers, Merchants, and others, to supply and attach the String Binder. Dunn and Hay, Junction Peter street and Wakanui road (late Hessey’s Foundry), Ashburton. Agents for SCOTT: BROS.’- celebrated> Leamington Cooking Ranges,' Excelsior Windmills, Tomb . Railingsj and other Castings. i Price Lists on application. 1760 RABBITS! RABBITS!! P. HARPER, FISHMONGER AND POULTERER N car the Ashburton Hotel, East Street, BEGS to inform the inhabitants tf Ashburton that he HAS OPENED In the above line, and trusts, by strict attention to business, and supplying but articles of first-class quality, hopes to merit a share of public patronage OYSTER SALOON.' Hot Fried Fish and Tea and Coffee ■ •at all hours. 807 BUTCHERS, BAKERS, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANTS, NORTON FARM, SEAFIELD. EAWRY AND SON, Norton Farm] Seafield, return thanks to their patrons for the hearty support accorded to them since Norton Farm was opened as a Butchery, Bakery, and General Store, and solicit a continuance of past favors, assuring ! customers that their interest will; always have first consideration at the . hands of the advertisers. . , La wry and Son beg to inform their friends and the public in the Seafield and neighboring districts, that, their Bread] Meat, and Store Carts travel the following, j routes on the days given below ~ I / Seafield to Kyle, and Acton — WednesI DAYS. I Seafield to Wakanui Homestead, WakaI nui School, and Creek, back by Christie’s Road — Thursdays. Seafield to North Seafield, Charing Cross, Dundas, Cambridge,- returning by Pioneer Road— Fridays. In view of the Harvest, orders for attendance of the Cart may be left at the Store, Norton Farm, Seafield ; .Wakanui School,. with • Mr. Ginney ; with Mr. Lambie, at'Kyle ; and with Mr--Brown ; blacksmith)' Clontarf. : '/’■ ' f ' LAWRY AND SON, NORTON FARM* - Seafield. - Butchers, Bakers, General Store*' keepers, Grain and Seed Merchants.' '' : AGENTS- ' THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. ■ -—i ———— —— . .■ !: 1 *.. —— rr»>. mHE GUARDIAN is. on-,every Tea -L . Table in Ashburton.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 183, 3 November 1880

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 183, 3 November 1880

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