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Business Notices TVTE \V FRUIT AND ITALIAN WAREHOUSE (Second door from On- and Go’s.), EAST STREET. H. M. CARSON (Late of On- & Go’s.) Wishes to inform the people of Ashburton and district that he intends Opening on THURSDAY, 9th inst., with a choice selection of Fruits and Fancy Goods, and will sell at such reasonable prices as will bo within the reach of all. He will have constant supplies of Ghoice Fruits from Melbourne and Sydney, as the season advances, and his motto will be Pro Bono Publico. H. M. CARSON. December 8, 1880. 707 NEW INDUSTRY. ASPHALTING. JAMES BRADLEY is prepared to take orders for ASPHALTING at very moderate rates.' All orders to bo left at the Works, Park srreet. All work kept in repair for twelve months. 386 P. & D. Duncan, Agricultural implement makers, Tuam Street, Christchurch, Have a number of their greatly improved GRASS SEED STRIPPERS now ready for delivery. These Machines were awarded First Prize at Rangiora, Christchurch, and Ashburton Shows this season. Also have on view their new make of ELEVATORS, which for lightness and durability cannot bo surpassed. Inspection invited. 084 Miss Buckinan, MILLINER, DRESSMAKER, Ladies’ Habit Maker, JUVENILE OUTFITTER, &c.', &c., (From Melbourne, and of PETER STREET, adjoining R. G. Ruxton’s Military Outfitting Establishment), RESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies of Ashburton and the surrounding districts that she has OPENED BUSINESS at the above address, and trusts, by strict attention to theii orders, and the well-known elegance of her styles, based upon the most scientific principles, to secure their patronage. Wedding Outfits, Fancy Ball Dresses, Children’s Fancy Suits, to order on the most reasonable terms. P.S.—Ladies wishing to make up their own materials can have their patterns cut and fitted, with full instructions as to style and making up. Miss Buckmanalso guarantees a perfect Fit in every case. PETER STREET, ASHBURTON, Near Quill’s Commercial Hotel, Adjoining R. G. Ruxton’s Military Outfitting Establishment. G 33

B. G. Buxton, TAILOR & OUTFITTER, WISHES to thank his numerous friends and customers for the patronage he has received since commencing business in Ashburton, and begs to inform them lie has to hand a Largo Consignment of Fancy Coatings, and Tweeds for riding and walking trousers, pantaloons, etc. R. (!. Ruxton, being greatly encouraged by the success of introducing the host goods at the lowest price, is prepared to make Suits from £4 55., unequalled or unsurpassed by any other house in Canterbury. Trousers made to order from £1 Is.; Vests from 12s. Cd. Trousers strapped and cuffed at a few hours’ notice. Address—g§T R. G. RUXTON, Adjoining Quill’s Commercial Hotel, Peter Street, near Railway Station. G34 JOHN ANDERSON, Canterbury Foundry, Christchurch, SOLE AGENT IN NEW ZEALAND EOR MESSRS. AVELING A PORTER’S TRACTION ENGINES. Also, for the celebrated McSHERRY GRAIN DRILL, Has on safe for next season, Wood’s and other makers’ STRING BINDERS, wire and extras for all kinds of Wire Binders. Sections for all kinds of Reaping and Mowing Machines. Clayton and Shuttleworth’s Combines, sft. Drum. CONCAVES, CRANKS, AND ALL EXTRAS FOR CLAYTON & HORNSBY’S MACHINES, With Portable and Traction Engines, and Straw Elevators, Field Gates, and Standards for fencing. Ashburton Agent, F. PAVITT, (Jl4 East street.

NEW GROCERY BUSINESS. NDREW YOUNG desires to intiXX. mate to his friends, and the public of Ashburton generally, that he HAS OPENED A GENERAL STORE on the Wakanui Road (within a few yards of Dunn and Ray’s Foundry) where he trusts by supplying First-class Articles, at Cheapest Current Prices, to obtain a fair share of support. Note the Address— Andrew Young (Just below Dunn and Ray s Foundry), In connection with the above, A. Y. wishes it to be understood that he has not laid aside his Carpenter’s tools, as of no further use, but he is still engaged in manufacturing and repairing Gates, Wheelbarrows, Drays, Hurdles, etc. General Joiner’s work and odd jobs executed in a workman-like manner, at exceedingly low rates. The advertiser doing all the work himself, will be a sufheieut guarantee for all orders enE D I G A L HALL, ASHBU R TON. Established 1874. J. M. CAMBRIDGE, CHEMIST. PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO THE PURITY 0F DRUGS. TEETH CAREFULLY EXTRACTED. PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY PREPARED. WAKANUI ROAD. trusted to him. 594 Open on Sundays, 10 to 11 a. m., 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p.m. 31Q

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 212, 9 December 1880

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