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Public Notices. [card.] fJIHEODORB B. JACOBSEN, ARCHITECT. Note office— HEREFORD STREET, WEST, Christchurch 571 FARMERS ! FARMERS ! FARMERS ! R, McKERROW AND CO., A“ Cash Purchasers of Wool, Grain, and all kinds of Farm Produce, and are also prepared to make Liberal CASH ADVANCES on the above placed in their bands either for sale or shipment to the English or Colonial Markets. A Large Stock of Cornsacks, Woolpacks, &c., fur sale at lowest current prices. R. McKERROW & CO., GRAIN MERCHANT 3, RAKAIA. 60 JMPORTANT TO FARMERS. Osborne Harvesting Machinery. Osborne Harvester and Binder, to bind with both string and wire, price L7O. Ditto ' ditto, with iron road wheel, and patent lifting apparatus, price L7o. . String attachments to fit on old wire Binders, price L 6 10s. N.B.—No charge for fitting if sent to our store; Osborne No. 6 Side Delivery Reapers nnd Mowers. Osborne No. 6 Tilter or Back Delivery -Reapers and Mowers. Osborne No. 5 Mowers. EXTRAS FOR ALL THE ABOVE - MACHINES. KEPT IN STOCK. Sole Agents in New Zealand — ROBERT WILKIN & CO., New Zealand Wool Stores, 624 Christchurch. Carbolic Sheep Dip IS the Best and- Safest in the Market. A true specific for Scab, instantly destroying Ticks, Lice, and all Insects, effectually cleansipg and stimulating t]ie growth of the Fleece. gbl3 jii l(jlb. apd‘ 2(% tips, and 501 b. ROBERT WILKIN & CO., New Zealand Woo! Stores, Christchurch.

TendersL O W E R SHOW. 'TENDERS are invited for the right of , a RQNRBCTIONiIE'S and REFRESH. MENT STALL in the Town Hall on the day of the Horticultural Society’s Show. Xendetito close on TUESDAY, Feb. 15th, at noon, addressed to the undersigned. S. B. POYNTZ, 65a Hon. Sec. Hotels. New Bestaurant, MORTON’S HOTEJI High street 1 , Chpi^tchurch. EpR(J? wThGLLINSON (From Carle’s) PROPRIETOR. Lunclfequ frpm Twelve o'clock. GfG A I L W A ¥ HOT Soptbßaraia, FIRST.CLASS ACCOMMODATION for HOARDERS and TRAVELLERS, flood Stable and Paddocks. Wines and Spirits of Best Brands. J. S. COMPTON, 647 Proprietor. Boarding Houses, &c. NOTICE OF REMOVAL, >ROM the Al Eesturant to the ECHO DINING ROOMS, East Street, close to Lancaster’s Butchery, where a good Table will be : kept, : and the proprietor will : he glad t 6 Wlcome hiir Eri6nc|B and customers'. bf s Day, af Js. i Beds, Is. Good aocomtnodation . for Boarders sod Travellers. Conducted by Mbs Truckle. 628 T>RINCE ALBERT BOARDING I 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 Proprietpf, The Al Bestaurant. HARPER wishes to in ' timaie to his old Patrons, and the - Public generally, that he has taken those dommodious Premises in Tancrep street known as the AI Restaurant, where SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION can • te obtained by all who favor him with a ... ; visit. r, - Meals at all hours. . Don’t.forget the Address—- £ tL I P*" HARP ER, a; restaurant, Tahpbeb sfBUB?, Aubbvbtob. 886 s- ; NEW DINING AND LUNCHEON ** fcOOMS & UVERY STABLES. ® GOOD begs to announce that kp has opened a new DINING and yIiDNCHBON ROOMS, on Seafield Road, f fhe v fleW Show Grounds and Sate xdt 'which he will supply Luncheon of the day, at la.. 6d. Livery and Loose Bones —Stalls :i :n jler agreement. 507 l mrae,MEi.(iDYi M t U.{'«k.*B

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 266, 11 February 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 266, 11 February 1881

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