Business Notices M E D I C A L HALL, ASHBURTO ,N, Established 1874 , , J. M. CAMBR3DGE, CHEMIST. /; ‘ i " PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO , i THE PURITY OF DRUGS. \ TEETH: CAREFULLY EXTRACTED; ! ' f • 1 '• ,< ■-V /I’ i>' i PRESCRIPTIONS r i . ! ACCURATELY PREPARED.’' Open on Sundays, 10 to 11 a. m., 2to 3 ,and 7to 8 p.m..: . ; /
S Marsh- • Groves. ■pUNCY BREAD AND BISCUIT ' J ; „UAKERS, ■-PASTRYCOOKS AND CONFEC-' \ ' TIONERS. ‘ FAMILIES WAITED. ON D^ILYi Wedding and School Cakes always on .j- 1 ’hand. ; /. ; / ;i . T ; Tancbed Steeet, Ashbuetox._ 312
H : or'se ;; ,'■ Burnett Street. ; : .j, .■, H. MBiR, PROPRIETOR, . : ; :, ’.AS much pleasure in informing'the tion and civility will bo paid to custor,. ri; ! : Saddle'Horses and Buggies, on hire at; i ' Lbwest Rates. ’ • r . Cotjimodious, Loose Boxes (for, ,Ensi|ps. ! Oats, Chaff, and Hay .on Sale. . N. A—Parcels and telegrams’received here will!command immediate attention. HUGH MUIR.. 310.
’ TEN PER CENT., DISCOUNT i i. . t r ,: r, ATEVERETI BROS. & GO. ■ I-lAY;ELpGK STREET, El B. apd Co. will gi\re 10 percent.. Discount, • hr,- An . other-MvoVds, J will take-off TWp' SHILLINGS for every Pound’s of gbbds purchased. * i i •' I i <■-. i • i ~TERMS—CASH. Y - < Prom this day,,. October sth,. until,, further notice. * I EVERETT BROS.. & CO., - . , j - ~ : ; ’ "• 505c' 1 'BOOTS ! i BOOTS ! BOOTS ?v t . 1 I To IMeet the Times. C; HAWKINS, the Cheap' Boot and' , i Shoemaker, TINWALD (opposite, the (Post Office), has determined to‘ CLEAR OUT his large and welhselected Stock at Sleeping prices. Only ; ohe trial will ponvince the public of the genuine cheapness of his Stock. His own make equally reduced., , Come and see for your-- , Note the address—.A i C. HAWKINS, PRACTICAL BOOT & SHOEMAKER , Opposite the Office, Tinwald. ) Note—-No connection with any other shop. ;, . . 1 ;• r/ U • 815 c : CHANGE OF PROPRIETARY. , .rFtHEiciUNDERSIGNED has- inuch pleasure in announcing to the inhabitants of Ashburton and district that he has TAKEN OVER the BUSINESS | of Mri J. S. SAVAGE, East street, AshI burtori, and respectfully solicits a:continuance of the patronage so liberally • bostbvted on his predecessor, trusting by keepirig a choice (assortment of all classes of FRtJIT, CONFECTIONERY, &c., to merit a fair share of the public support. I T. BE IT NET TO, FRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER, , East street, Ashburton. 1 814 c
Eemoyal. CABINETMAKING & UPHOLSTERING Establishment, , 1 j , ..REMpYED.TO , r/. R N I E t't'..-:<sV : T T, i Opposite the Mcdt Office. Tpws ifejr-NftVWwt' | Secondltartdj/Funiiturei > ■ I > n- •< j.j« ! •** r*, 'J' yMojLp%^ 7 , ,sS | favr.V.M ffitr 'drawers from 30s. and upwards,-Dressing-tables and Washstands 10s. 1 anci Upwards. ! .7 A-I MV.I'IT.iWMO Atl/( ir. KINDS OP KEPAIBS. Furniture Renoyaipcl-and j j or f*, j p |GpPP ] PjiItoE;GIVEN ! j 1 ■ ■' '•* ‘ ‘ .•) SECONDHAND FURNITURE. , : G:i ■. ■ ■ 2486
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 199, 24 November 1880
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