Bodiless Notices. SKEWERS AND JBbITCLERS, Aapsoßriw, -*... WINNERS ofdTirst and Second Prizas for A loand at the Air. ■- cultural Shrowjkt ChristonuroE bOrton.,—All Orders promptly attended t. ‘ - fm 'James Scarlet. 1" A mS&TSGARLET, Btjtohbk, Oheri;.y. tf begs to intimate to the Public rane rally that MEAT, of First-class quality. Is always obtainable at a moderate char -; ai his shop;, A Cart drives round the district on Tuesdays and Fridays. SSI
, Removal. ' G. J. F. LUBLOVV. Practical tailoring AKD -r- •• - OUTFITTING ESTABLIS iIMEJ* V . I 'ttKMOVBD to ; PROSPECT IUTTT.DINGS, ; EAST STREET. . i DON’T PASS THIS BY i I ' OTOP before jov; giro your next c i k 5 for a Suit of Clothes. i | F you want Style, Fit, fen d Qua ' .1. try the Undersigned. HEAD the following, then call am 3pc?.t the Goods. S yards ready < I TO s 10i ! Ol! T. ) JEST ARRIVED — The best Stop. Winter Clot!'.,, to he got for mon SUPERIOR hiquality to anything yet shown in Ashburton. BOsaMJPLES TO SELECT FRO.Mr' Coiayrintog' the following ; • Qen»Kn Cloths, plain and fancy. > most fashionable j Leaver Cloths, suitable for Winte: I Scotch Tweeds, assorted’ i Mosgiel „ „ > Xaiapoi ~ ~ i ’West of England' Cloths Bedford Cords Irish Frieze, A c., &c., THIS IS THE MAN FOR ym MY MONEY. GO TO - IcC Oh ■ Prospect Brxn;cs>‘G3, ,52b 'Street, f "s;,«A. and inspect this Splendid As,-;oj ■p, -nerd before you order. HOT r O; Small Profits and Qut ■ lie i urns. Tern s— Cash, Q TYLE and Finish second to none. Q JUST ABETTED—\i\(\ YARD? of the PEST fy/V . i Ud SUMMER GOODS, j V 1 ■ __ 3 'SCOTT- BROS. (Railway foundry), ABE the manufatfurors of the follow! among other spbelilities : '’flic celebrated “ E'. C'LLSIOR’’, WIN MILL. ' ‘ ThR Mill got thy" FIRST PRIZE the N jcembe- Metropolitan- Show. It PeriV.M;.* reliable and-self-regulating. FIRST PK:ZJB PATENT GRASS SLx STRIPPER. Ae only c limited quantity of the . Machines, which tool, the FIRST PRK at the recent competition of the Agric', turn! avid Pastoral Association, can ■ supplied, order. 0 for next season mast igivcn early, or they cannot bo executed: IIEAMTKCTOY CHOKING RANGE;-' y f’ ;\y-! ;-:ivp shown for jef" \hi cc s'-. - " t Iher rr-ahors, X ’■'(>; i'i -l; 0 r .:c ;. W iirst honors,’hevv IjLAA’V; Aval: BEATEN. ’Wo c (yTO-iid.i;, .ocm.mmiid them is the bi 1 1?<. s •;i.s ; X ‘ v /t-alasd. .. - I CAMBRIDGE; ROLLERS. I Specimens of our Prices for this season--Bft. by24ln £l7 0 0 1 Bft. by 26in...r ... 18 10 0 9ft. by 24in 18 15 0 Oft. by 26in 20 15 Q_ Other prices equally low. UTOHERS, BAKERS, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, RAIN AND SEED MERCHANTS, NORTON FARM, SEAFIELD. r AWRY AND SON, Norton Farm [j Seafield, return thanks to their patrons >r the hearty support accorded to them nee Norton Farm was opened as . a lutchery, Bakery, and General Store, nd solicit a continuance of past favo% ssuring customers that their interest wi J Iways have first consideration at the ands of the advertisers. Lawby and Son beg to inform them riends and the public in the Seafield arm leighboring districts, that then: Breao Heat, and Store Carts travel the •outes on the days given below :—rob 1 Seafield to Kyle, and Acton—WRDNBB- - Wakanui Homestead, Wak;i mi School, and Creek, back by Christie load— Thtjßsd ays. % . . Seafield -*° North Seafield, Ghana; Cambridge, returning by Pioneer Rood— Fbidayb. In view of the Harvest, carders for hiandance of the Cart xttjr be hifr at L m Store, Norton Farm, Seafield; Whka^' J ’ School, with Mr. Gurney ; Lambie, at Kyle; and with Mr Browblacksmith, Olontarf. -j LAWRY AND SON, NORTON FARM SaAXXBLD. Botchers, Baksks, ■ Qinkkali bkbfsbs, Grain and Smd J A,a;xT ASHBURTON J# Htff ARDIAN.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 232, 3 January 1881
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