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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 castes ' ; j Cherry do. do. . . Also'pipes of every other description ■i -Dolls, Toy Watches •' ( , Rowing. Boats, Trumpets . . ’ "• Shuttlecocks and Battledores : Whips, Spadds, Popguns. : j Mouth Harmonicoiis, ' ‘, 1 • And all kinds of Gentlemen’sStuds; West’s Patent Solitaires 1 1 j Also Ladies’ Hair Pads, Rrizettes, &p: * • NOVELS— ' i “Black Angel,” “Star of the South,” ’ “ Fiery Crosa,” &c. s 1 Agent for the Ashburton Guardian?, Note the addissPv; — I MONTGOMERY’S - /i'j'i ; Ashburton. - 513*

WC. DAVIS, BRICKLAYER, ‘ having commenced tcff, himself,-in the above line/ is' prepared | tp r .undertake all work entrusted'fto bhimj }at oidaabnablfl' ratek • Ranges ‘ Set>- Woiktnanship guaranteed]' : ' ■ ,1,, i WNote the Address— -- i W. 0. ■ ' | Bricklayer, >&ci ( f | f i. . . ' ■»<•••';■ •' Ea»fe‘Btfeßty : >B<Arth.[' ft ; All orders left at Mr. ••S, ■ ®ardley,'; wJiU receive prompt attention.. -’*- J

BpDTS, BOOTS,;:BD0XN M. NEAL AS:.., HAS just received a Jftrge and..well 1 - .assorted «Stock, qf, >B6.Q3s;;a*d SHOES of every description, especially suited for the present-season from-tpe best Home _ markets. . Beingso. /<W&r4h'e ‘iao.vertiser 1la? compelled to sell the earnest wholesale prjcgs, SI. N. 'hdpW that•’his ‘rfdmer^uei l custtfmerti- 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 Isold at 18a..to.£l~at ,155.; Men’s Light Fktejr4%hts,* sold ;*t • 16i; ;3&eii’ B Nailed Bluchers, - 13ai'i 6d.rr^old r ' now at/lOgi ; V- -0.1 vitf it) j * All goods sold proportionately! cheap: I

Wm. Patcliing, 1 East Street Ashburton* ,■ •rjpiENTi CLOTH MAKER. Gahris, 1 Callico, ' aiid ■ ■ American A' Reaper anjd; Binder ;. Canvases >. :• h 'Made and t ßepaired. • iCanvas and India-rubber Hosing/ SaU, .Twine,- and * Hooks, and Thimbles. Flax and Manilla Rope, of all sizes, alttfkyS .Instock. 931 ‘ WM. PATCHING.

Hotels. New.,, Restaurant, " MORTON’S HOTEL. | High street, Christchurch. j a EORG.E W. 0 OLR IN S,o<‘N'; (From Carle’s) ' Proprietor. ; Luncheon from Twelve o’clock. ■R.-A’ 1 L W A Y H 0.. T--E South Rakaia. 67d i L i FIRST-CLA SS ACCOMMODATION for BpARDERS and TRAYELREHSJ Good Stable and PadddckS.' 1 Wiiifes and Spiritsof Best Brands. . > : ; i J. S. COMPTON, ; r | 647 :■! . • ; Boarding Houses*,,! Board , and lodging, week, at S. Corrigan's, Tinw^dr^ NOTICE OF RRMOVA4 X’* , the A 1 ResturaOT' =to - the| ECHO -DINING ROO MS j East Street, . close to Lancaster’s! Butchery, where a good Table ;wilL-be kept, and the proprietor gldS.|o; welcqme his pld friends apd customers. < ideals' at all Hours Of /the Bay, at Is.; each. Beds, Is. Good accommodation for Boarders and Travellers,. Conducted by Mrs Truckle. -;SPS ... ■ ; -■ ‘i ■ ; '■ - j PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING! HOUSE,: close to, the. /Railway! Station, 3 (next to Oofoksori’S StablOs). Thist commodious house. .cpntains * .romps,) with every convenience.,, .Gopd. kept. Every comfort of a home. Moderate; charges. , ........... 1 I ; S, LUCAS, f : 525 Proprietor.; i

The A 1 Restaurant. Phillip harper wishes to intimate to his old Patrons, and tie Public generally, that'he has 'takehj those Commodious Premises in T-iNCfcWhBTRBBF known as »tho A 1 where SUPERIOR? iACG6kItfbBAPiON can be obtaiped by alls who ipvoi. himlwith* visit. ■ ' ; 'i ■'■* ■ : - i ' 7 • 7 " ■ ; •. ■' Meals stall hdura. ■■ Don't fotget J • [ PH 1 LL7 P H A’RPER, ; . A 1 RTS 8;T : i ' Tancred street, • ; ' " Ashburton. , Bs6 NEW ‘DINING AND LUNCHEON j ROOMS i& iLIVERY STABLESI" PETER GOOD. a begs,iQ.announce that .heMrdpeM a jlfefc D«#fG and LUNgBPONR : QQMS f fronting the Snow Grounds ana pale <'ni lt<l > «ijll nWA'I^ITT I Tfl»i*4lCfar>n at'Wll hours of thiday, it'ls. 6d. Livery Stable. Js and .Loose, j»er Rgreoment. 1 u bddh as

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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