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Business Notices. NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. Professor F. Clark, HAIRDRESSER, STATIONER, AND FANCY GOODS DEALER, MONTGOMERY’S BUILDINGS, ASHBURTON, HAS JUST IMPORTED from Melbourne a large assortment of FANCY GOODS, too numerous to specify in detail, amongst which are the following G.B.D. Pipes, in cases Cherry do. do. Also pipes of every other description Dolls, Toy Watches Rowing Boats, Trumpets Shuttlecocks and Battledores Whips, Spades, Popguns Mouth Harmonicons Arid all kinds of Gentlemen’s Studs West’s Patent Solitaires Also Ladies’ Hair Pads, Frizettes, &c. NOVELS—“BIack Angel,” “Star of the South," “ Fiery Cross,” &c. Haircutting, Shaving, and Shampooing - Saloon. Agent for the Ashburton Guardian.' Note the address MONTGOMERY’S BUILDINGS. . ASHBURTON. 613* Txr o. DAVIS, BRICKLAYER, &c., YV , having commenced business for himself, in the above line, is prepared to undertake all work entrusted to him, at reasonable rates. Ranges Set. W orkmanship guaranteed. . .; Note the Address — W. C. DAVIS, Bricklayer, &c., East street, south. All orders left at Mr. S. Hardley, will receive prompt attention. 693 BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS ! M. N E ALAS . , HAS just received a large and wellassorted Stock of BOOTS and SHOES of every description, especially suited for the present season, from the best Home markets. Being so overstocked, the advertiser is compelled to sell the same at wholesale prices. M. N. hopes that his numerous customers will take the present opportunity, during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, to furnish themselves with really fresh, new, and cheap goods. Men’s Elastic-side Boots, usually sold at 18s. to £l—at 155. ; Men’s Light Watertights, £1 —now sold at. 15s. ; Men’s Nailed Bluchers, 13s. 6d. —sold ribjv at 10s. All goods sold proportionately cheap. 764 Wm. Patching, East Street Ashburton, Tent, tarpaulin, and horse CLOTH MAKER. , Canvas, Calico, and American Duck Reaper and Binder Canvases Made and Repaired. Canvas and India-rubber Hosing. Sail, Twine, and Garden Lines, Blocks, Hooks, and Thimbles. Flax and Manilla Rope, of all Sizes, always 93i m wm. patching: t Hotels. New Restaurant, MORTON’S HOTEL. High street, Christchurch. aEORGE W. COLLINSON (From Carle’s) Proprietor. Luncheon from Twelve o'clock. 676 Railway hot e l South Rakaia. first-class accommodation for BOARDERS and TRAVELLERS. Good Stable and Paddocks. Wines and Spirits of Best Brands. J. S. COMPTON, 647 . Proprietor. Boarding Houses, &c. Board and lodging, 17s. per week, at S. Corrigan’s, Tinwald. 446 NOTICE OF REMOVAL, JIROM the A 1 Resturant to the ECHO DINING ROOM’S, East Street, close to Lancaster’s Butchery, where a good Table will be. kept, and the proprietor will be glad to’ welcome his old friends and customers. Meals at all Hours of the Day, , at Is. each. Beds, Is. Good accommodation for Boarders and Travellers.. . Conducted by Mrs Truckle. ' 528 PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE, close to the Railway Station, (next to Cookson’s Stables). This commodious house contains 40 rooms, with every convenience. Good Table kept: Every comfort of a home. Moderate charges. S. LUCAS, 525 V Proprietor. The A 1 Restaurant. PHILLIP HARPER wishes to intimate to his old Patrons, and the Public generally, that he has taken those 1 Commodious Premises in Tancrhd street known as the A 1 Restaurant, -where SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION can be obtained by all who favor him with a visit. 1 Meals at all hours. JC&" Don’t forget the Address— PHILLIP HARPER, A 1 RESTAURANT, Tancred strbbt,. . ■ > ■ Ashburton. 886 NEW DINING AND LUNCHEON rooms & livery Stables. PETER GOOt> begs to announce that he has opened a new DINING and LtJNCHEQN ROOMS, on Seafiold Road, fronting- the i now Shpw Grounds and Sale Yards, at which he will supply Lundheon at all hours of the day, at Is; 6d; Livery 1 Stable. —Stalls and Loose Boxes.—StallB f Is.—Boxes as per agreement. Goon Paddocks, as per agreement. 507

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 249, 22 January 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 249, 22 January 1881

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