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Business Notices. Miss Buckman, French milliner and dressmaker, Wishes to inform the Ladies of Ashburton and surrounding districts that she has OPENED BUSINESS in the above line, nd from her long experience in the Leading Houses of Sydney and Melbourne, can guarantee the Best Styles, combining Elegance and Durability. Ladies wishing to make up their own materials can have their patterns cut and fitted, w r ith full instructions as to making. A perfect fit can be guaranteed, as Miss Buckman cuts and measures by _ a thoroughly practical system,saving ladies the unnecessary trouble of fitting and trying on, which is often incurred by going to an inexperienced dressmaker. Address—M. BUCKMAN, Peter street, Ashburton, adjoining R. (I. Ruxton’s Tailoring and Outfitting Establishment, near Quill’s Commercial Hotel. 80a J. E. Chapman, House painter, sign writer, &c., begs to announce that, in order to make room for Fresh Importations of White and Red Lead, Raw and Boiled Oil, Varnish, Glass, Paperhangings, etc., he has ENLARGED HIS WAREHOUSE, by taking, in addition to his old shop, the adjoining premises lately occupied by Mr. Fowler as a general store. The advertiser is, therefore, in a position to supply the Trade and the Public with all the abovenamed requisites at lowest wholesale prices. Tancred street, Ashburton. 880 THE WHIRLIGIG OF TIME brings about its changes. “ Procrastination is the thief of Time,” and believing in the wisdom of the old saw, Robert Murray, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER. Has taken Time by the forelock. The cold weather of winter succeeds the warmth of genial autumn, as surely as the night succeeds the day. Light and warmth are essential to a successful prosecution of a watchmaker’s business, and ROBERT MURRAY has sought and found a new site, which combines these essentials with a FRONTAGE to the MAIN STREET. He has now

REMOVED To the shop lately occupied by Mr. J. S. Savage, Fruiterer, &c., EAST STREET, Next door to the New Zealand Clothing Factory’s Warehouse, Where his old friends will find him, and new ones will be welcome. 730c-96a R. Gr. Euxton, Practical CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILOR, HAVING- received a large consignment of Goods, composed of the best West of England Cloths and Fancy Coatings of all kinds; also a well-selected stock of Bedford Cords, narrow and broad, for Riding Pants, Pantaloons, &c. ; and a large stock of Scottish Tweeds, Mosgiel, and Kaiapoi. R. G. R. calls the special attention of Cash Buyers to the following list « f prices : Superior Suits of Scotch and English Tweed, from ... £3 15 0 Riding and Walking Pants, from ... ... ... 1 1 0 Vests, to order, from ... 012 6 Ladies’ Riding Habits, from 4 10 0 Trousers Strapped and Cuffed at a few hours’ notice. Gentlemen’s own Materials Made up. R. G. Ritxton wishes to thank his Friends and Customers of Ashburton and the surrounding district for their patronage, and by following his customary principle of paying and being paid, trusts to meet with their future favors. Jockeys’ Racing Colors. Address—tST R- G. R UX T O N, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, No. 1, Peter Street, Adjoining Quill’s Commercial Hotel, ASHBURTON. 634 DAS BILLIGSTE HAUS IN NEW ZEALAND. JpOR FIRST-CLASS TAILORING GO TO L U B L 0 W T A 1 L O R He lias the largest and best stock of TWEEDS, COATINGS, &c., in Ashburton to select from. He is constantly adding NEW GOODS to his already unrivalled stock. TWEEDS THOROUGHLY SHRUNK. For Neatness, Cheapness, and Durability, G. J. F. L. ’s Clothing cannot be surpassed. His motto being—- “ Small Profits and Quick Returns,” and his terms cash, gentlemen favoring him with their patronage will get the best material at the low r est prices. L U B L 0 W T A 1 L O R EAST STREET. Just arrived, per Pleiades — A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE FINEST SUMMER TWEEDS, FANCY VESTINGS, AND COATINGS, Forwarded to G. J. F. Lublow’s special order. SUITS MADE PROM £8 - 15 - 0. GENUINE TREBLE-MILLED BLISS and ELASTIC TWEEDS in stock, specially woven for rough riding. Calfskin and Sealskin Vests made to any desired pattern. JJSJ- Please Note the Address, and give him a call before ordering your goods elsewhere — G. J. F. LUBLOW, PRACTICAL TAILOR, &c., Prospect Buildings, EAST STREET, Ashburton.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 286, 7 March 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 286, 7 March 1881

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