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Businesn Notices. NEW GROCERY BUSINESS. ANDREW YOUNG desires to intimate to his friends, and the public of Ashburton generally, that he HAS OPENED A GENERAL STORE on the Wahanui 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), WAKANUI ROAD. 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 sufficient guarantee for all orders entrusted to him. 694 B. Galloway, TINWALD, Wheelwright, and general AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAKER. All repairs neatly executed with promptitude and despatch, and at reasonable prices. 370 AMONGST the questions at present agitating the public mind stands the very important one—“ Is it possible to obtain GOOD TEA? If not, why not ?” Echo has been answering hitherto —“ You can’t get it for love or money !” And the ladies appear to have become apathetic or despairing in consequence. But a new era has dawned on Ashburton, and the question so interesting to all, especially to the female portion of the community, is happily settled in the affirmative. Joy will spring up in many a fair besom, on being credibly informed that, now, at length, the possession of ■ really GOOD TEA may be mi fait accompli , in the short space of time it will take to • go or send to H. M. CARSON’S NEW , FRUIT AND ITALIAN WAREHOUSE, East street, appointed sole agent for the sale of Nelson, Moate and Co.’s now celebrated packet TEAS, carefully ■ selected, properly blended, and last, not least, always the same. See advertisement and handbills. Marsh & Groves. TpIANCY BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKERS, PASTRYCOOKS AND CONFECTIONERS. FAMILIES WAITED ON DAILY, i Wedding and School Cakes always hand. on I Janckbd Street, Ashburton. 932 SELF-BINDING HARVESTERS. MESSRS. DUNN AND RAY, xtisAJt’jtiK. aKjj'lSlSixNfu Experts, [T7TSH to notify to Farmers, ConW tractors, Merchants, and others rat they are prepared to Adjust, Repair, nd Repaint all kinds of Reapers and Sinders. 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. We supply the Osborne Twine Binder. ] Wo are prepared to make arrangements with Farmers, Merchants, and others, to supply and attach the String Binder. Dunn and Bay, Junction Peter street and Wakanui road (late Hessey’s Foundry), Ashburton. Agents for SCOTT BROS.’ celebrated Leamington Cooking Ranges, Excelsior Windmills, Tomb Railings, and other Castings. Price Lists on application. 688 “SECURE THE SHADOW BEFORE THE SUBSTANCE FADES.” THE advertiser wishes to remind the residents of Ashburton Town and County that his Studio is open every day for the taking of Photographs, and that his apparatus for this purpose is very complete. Carte-de-viste, and cabinet size portraits, views of buildings, , landscapes, etc., can be taken in all weathers, and an inspection of his show cases and studio walls is invited. The advertiser is prepared to guarantee a satisfactory portrait of the sitter, inasmuch as he has supplied himself with all the latest improvements in the Photographic art. Ho makes of COPYING Pictures also, and parties having a, portrait of a friend can have it multiplied to any extent. Having secured the services of an artistic colorist, patrons’ tastes can be satisfied on this point. Prices are reduced to a minimum, and are now within the reach of all. G. F. Henry, PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST, SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, ASHBURTON. 396 l-Nlv' Hil! CO-OPERATIVE BAKERY, ASHBURTON. A. Thiele THANKS the Public for their liberal Support during the time he has been in business, and hopes for a continuance of their favors. By supplying only the very best goods, and paying unremitting attention to his patrons, he hopes to deserve the patronage he solicits. An orders for Pastry, &c., punctually attended to. Picnic Parties, Balls, and Soirees supplied on reasonable terms. A. THIELE, CO OPERATIVE BAKERY. 500

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 249, 22 January 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 249, 22 January 1881

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