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Wanted. WANTED, a Good PLOUGHMAN, accustomed to work a Machine. Apply, Office of this Paper. 885 WANTED, a good general SERVANT. A,pply at once to Butler’s Family Hotel. 869 COOK-WANTED, a SITUATION as Cook in a Hotel or on a Station. .Apply, Office of this Paper. 893 UIERYANT. WANTED, at once, a good General Servant. Alppy to Miss Callaghan, Tancred street. 87 WANTED KNOWN—The Largest and Best Stock of Saddlery in to be found at the shop of S. STEPHENS, Tinwald. Good strong Cart Collars from 155.; Cart Winkers, Bs. Cd.; Plough Back-bands, 6s. cash ; Cart Saddles and Breechens, from 505.; Reaping Machine Pole Straps, 2s. Farmers will make a great saving by buying of S. Stephens, Saddler, Tinwald. 871 WANTED —Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery of all sorts to REPAIR. Lowest Charges. PARKER, Watch- ! maker. Private House, directly opposite the Public School. 837 WANTED KNOWN, That HENRY’S PORTRAIT ROOMS, Saunders’ Buildings, East street, Ashburton, are Open DAILY, from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m. Portraits taken in any weather. Great Reduction in Price. 606 WANTED KNOWN—Just arrived from England—Christmas, New Year, and Birthday Cards. New Zealand Illustrated Annual, Young Ladies’ Journal, and Bow Beils, Is. Gd. each. Family Herald and Family Reader, Is. each, and all other Magazines supplied at Christchurch Prices. Colonial and European Newspapers, School Books, Stationery,&c. A visit solicited. L. F. Andrewes, East street, near Lancaster’s Butchery. 527 ■OLANTED KNOWN—That a Church YV of England minister’s wife writes that she saves Ten Shillings a Fortnight by using Harper Twelvetreos’ Villa Washer, Wringer, and Mangier, combined ; and, although she permits no rubbing, the clothes are beautifully white, and much cleaner than when done by hand, while the saving in mending has been astonishing. Sold by J. HERN, Range Maker and Importer, corner of Manchester and Tuam streets, Christchurch; Price—£9 10s. 700

WANTED KNOWN. SOMERSET LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES. JW. M‘RAE bogs to inform the , public that he has taken the above Stables from Mr. Bossenberg, and is making extensive repairs. Buggies and saddle horses on hire. Lowest prices and best attention. 852 YTTANTED.—THE GUARDIAN tells ’ ’ your Wants for Is.—cash. Meetings. Local industries association. A MEETING of the above will be held in Upper Room of Town Hall, on WEDNESDAY, the 12th, at 8 p.m. It is requested that members will be prepared with all available information in respect of industries they are appointed to report upon. S. E. POYNTZ, 890 Hon. Sec. Tenders. In E N D E R S. tenders for the erection of a COTTAGE on the Wakanui Road will be received by the undersigned up io SATURDAY, the 14th instant. Plans and specifications to be seen at Mr. Bird’s, Burnett street. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. F, P. O’REILLY, 894 Solicitor.

3 TTPPER ASHBURTON ROAD U BOARD. > TENDERS are invited for—- ■> No. 93.—Forming three miles more or i less continuation of the road (lately formed by Mr. Robt. Millar) to the } Junction of Anthy. Thompson’s ; road to the Rakaia. * Tenders, addressed to the Chairman, c are not to be later than 12 noon MONt DAY, the 10th instant. Specification to be seen at the office. ; ROBT. D. PULLER, t 875 Clerk. Lost and Found. LOST yesterday, between the Post Office and St. Stephen’s Church, a set of CHARMS. Finder will be rewarded on leaving same at Office of this Paper. I 862 FOUND, in the Domain, a Wesleyan HYMN BOOK, with owner’s name inside, who can have the same on applying at the Domain Cottage, and paying advertisement. 895 EducationalMiSS Steane, (Late of Ashburton), BEGS to inform the Ladies of South Rakaia, Methven, and neighborhood, that it is her intention to OPEN SUPERIOR PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR DAY PUPILS, Shortly after the Christmas recess, and she will be happy to treat with any wishing their daughters or young sons to receive thorough instruction. 794 Public Notices. Mount somers road district. ELECTION OF ONE MEMBER TO FILL EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY IN, NO. 4 WARD. Messrs. JOHN HOOD and PHILLIP TISOH having been nominated as members for No. 4 Ward of the above district, a POLL will be taken at Mr. Peters’ woolshod on THURSDAY, January 20th, 1881, between the hours of 9 a.m, and 6 p.m. JOHN C. BELL, Returning Officer. Mount Somers, Jan. 7, 1881. 892 i [card.] B. JACOBSEN, ARCHITECT. Note office— HEREFORD STREET, WEST, Christchurch 571 PRINTED —“To Let” and ijL; ; “For Sale”—can be obtained at the Guardian Office.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 237, 8 January 1881

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