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Business Notices. F u Aitken and Roberts, RNISHING AND GENERAL I RON MON GERS, CASHEL STREET WEST, CHRISTCHURCH. DIRECT SHIPMENTS RECEIVED EVERY MONTH. PRICES VERY REASONABLE. ■ - 1 * Respectfully invite your inspection of theif LARGE and VARIED STOCK, which is now very complete. Electro-Plated ahd B?M. Goods, newest designs. Tableand Pocket Cutlery, Baths, Sponges, Churns, Cheese Presses, Calf Wean era, Rope, Thodolites, Surreryora’ Cots and,requisites. Hall and Umbrella Stands (Choice designs), Marble and Slate Mantlepieces, Heaifth.Tiles,Arc., Filters, Copper Sashcord,Oils and Paints, Scales, Fishing Tackle, PumpA, Chopping Machines.- ’ WELL ASSORTED SHITJpNTS TO ARRIVE. AITKEN & ROBERTS, CasHEi, Street West. ASO James McDonald, •JjJ" E W ZEALAND LA BOR EX ON AN O E REGISTRY OFFICE FOR MALE AND FEMALE SERVANTS, Manchester Street South, Christchurch. PRIVATE ENQUIRY OFFICE FOR DISCOVERY OF MISSING, FRIENDS.i NEXT OF KIN, HEIRS AT LAW, LEGATEES, Etc. N.B.—Best and Cheapest Office in Town for the Sale or Purchase of Freehold Properties. Houses and Land Let or Sold. Certificates of Births Deaths, and Marriages oßtained and forwarded. Bents and Debts Collected. ORDERS PER POST OR WIRE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 670 J. Julius EftidsfciV ,C AN T ERBURY LA BO R EX C HANG E, Registry Office for Male and Female Servants, COLOMBO STREET SOUTH; CHRISTCHURCH, ' Near Montgomery and Co.’s Store;, , (Established 1858.) \ PRIVATE ENQUIRY OFFICE FOR DISCOVERY OF MISSING FRIENDS, NEXT OF KIN, HEIRS AT LAW, LEGATEES, Etc. NR.—Best and Cheapest Office in Town for the Sale or Purchase of Freehold Properties. Houses and Land Let or Sold. Certificates of Births, Deaths, and Marriages obtained and forwarded. Rents and Debts, collected. ORDERS PER POST OR WIRE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. . i:, . - .666;

Thomas Crompton, WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF : GALVANISED IRON ' SPOUTING, -.-. n-v ■ RIDGE CAP, DOWN PIPING, COLONIAL-OVENS KITCHEN RANGES, PORTABLE WASHING FURNACES, CLOSET PANSj LEAD WASHERS, &o.

T/1 HAS the pleasure of informing : his numerous Friends that having Rb- • V)* moved into his newly-erected and extensive Manufacturing Premisesin Armagh Street (Exactly Opposite his old Workshops), which have been fitted up with the most modem appliances for the production of work in the various branches of his Business, he is nbw prepared to execute any order entrusted to him with despatch and and of the best quality of material, and the Lowest Price which it is possible for Steam Power and Machinery to effect! Note the AddreSfr— ' 1 ■ ! ARMAGH SHEET Near Manchester Street* OBRisi'CHCRCH. 667

CASHEL STREET WEST, dHfeISTCHUI&HImporters of Blamoiigery. - - - - ■•*-• i; *'•' 7 American Stoves, Colonial Ovens, Ranges and Registers ({all sizes). Farming and Gardening Tools and Dairy Requisites of all kinds. Hay Knives Grindstones Hoeft (American) Milk-warmers Scythes Corse Knives i Axes, &o. . Milk Pans Scythe Handles Hedge Trimmers Churns < Cheese Presses BUILDERS’ MATERIALS > Paints, Oils, and Colors, Carpenters’ Tools (all kinds), Anietican and v English Makes, ;Boring Machines, Sawsets, Hammers, &c. &c., Cramps, Spirit Levels, American Drills. Wheelwright and CoachbuilderS; Tools and Materials - of every description. Shafts P. M. Axles American Buggy . Handles Smokes • 4 ditto Axles Axles Steps . Hints Collinges’ditto Bolts arid Nuts LOathW" Bovs. Longbed ditto Buckle* ' &c. &e. ; KING BROS., CASHEL STREET WEST, CHRISTCHURCH. sl3

French Cafe, TRIANGLE, CASHEL STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. Hot Breakfast, Luncheon, Tea, and Supper, Is. Each.,; LUNCHEON FROM ELEVEN O’CLOCK ON SATURDAYS. Visitors to Christchurch will find every Accommodation at the. above Establish* ment. Beds Is; WINES AND BEERS QF. BEST BRANDS. 668 EDWARDS AND GALBRAITH, Proprietor. STODDARD’S Temperance Family and Commercial ' HOTEL, MANCHESTER fc HR IS TC Hifß CH, Near Railway Station.. . '' rpHE EXTENSIVE ADDITIONS to the abbve Hotel will shortly be comX pletfd. Visitors will find all the accommodation of a First-class Hotel,’ on moderate terms. 1 „ . • S. STODDARD, 608 ! Proprietor. Ranges. t. J. Vl .■'Ait f ERS, COOKING RANGE RIVER’S RIGHT-OF-WAY, CASHEL .STREET, Ne»t:Bank of Christehur6h, New f Z^dw»4RANGES from 2ft. ;6in! to, XOftVi ; fitted upi iWth GRtLLS;; AOT HiGH-PRESStIRE BOILERS, 'by which, HOT WATER can be conveyed Up-stairs lojc ; ‘ ’ ! PRI 0 E LI S T:— , . ■ ' d- i :;: ; r r -" ; ■•«■ »a. iff./.with-wr'dlight iron boiler.;. SJ'O5 J 'O "iO k - 'v : ;a '» V"*. 2ft. 6|n,, without boiler 2ffc 9in. . do Bft do ... 3 16 0 8 17 ,6 4 ; 7 .6 Llj; i -

jgjNOOURAQE COLONIAL WORE,[ AND, ®XI3T THE Mi l^U^'l^Obir'OiP v vliij; • i ,‘>U. , in,"' 'X;j T ,i // Why Buy imported /uhbish when you cah get get Boots always Fresh Made at Hyde’H Boot Facto* THIAH6tB,HiaHBTRBBT, 0&B18IOtfUROH, OUR OWN MAKE—Men's Elastics-from 13a,6&; Mew’s Light Watertight** from * i ■ Women’s leT*tt|/( y vwlv vwii jxuukfi-^jnen»diwhubj irum Aotbioa;, asovb lioguv Ids, 6d.; Men’s Sheet, from lit. 6d. \ Women’s Kid Boots* 7s, 6d; do; (fancy stitched), 8a ; OWN MAKE. ! ; And all other Boots at Low Brices. < - BUY FROM THE MAKER, AND KEEP THE MONEY IN THE COLONY, , i," ) .- • ■! ■ ... •'< ;. . ,li .V/ •- /I. .ii , )|O,! i .iti!•( ... • .. ' . 'i-i • - bsu:

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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