Wanted. ITT" ANTED —A competent COOK, for VV an Hotel in town. Apply, Office of this Paper. 303 a WANTED— A smart LAD, about 13 or 14 years of age, as an apprentice. Apply, Office of this Paper. WANTED TO RENT—A good four or five-roomed HOUSE. Address, stating rent, to “P.W,” Office of this Paper. 290 a w ANTED—A Family’s WASHING. Apply, Office of this paper. 178 a WANTED TO SELL Twenty-five SECTIONS, Wakanui Road. Apply to Patching, Tent-makor, Street. East 898
WANTED KNOWN That the undersigned is now landing 100,000 feet Best Union KAURI, ex AratapUjfrom Kaipara. Joshua Tucker, next Jameson and Roberts, Ashburton. ANTED KNOWN,-That HENRY’S PORTRAIT ROOMS, Saunders’ Buildings, East street, Ashburton, are Open DAILY, from 9 a. in. till 5 p.m. Portraits taken in any weather. Great Reduction in Price. 101 a ANTED TO SELL PIANOS. H. J. WEEKS, Teacher of Music, Tuner, &c. , has for sale the following Secondhand Pianofortes ;—1 full-sized Brinsmead, £45 ; 1 ditto Mornington, £4O ; 1 Cottage, Challen and Hodgson, £3B ; Bord, £25 ; Broadwood, £26 ; also, American Organ, 5 stops, £3O; 1 Church Harmonium, 14 stops, £3O, a bargain. Address: Cameron st. west. 86a TTTANTED KNOWN—The Largest YV ■ and Best Stock of Saddlery, is to be found at the shop of S. STEPHENS, Tinwald. Good strong Cart Collars from 135.; Cart 'Winkers, Bs. 6d.; Plough Back-bands, 6s. cash ; Cart Saddles and Breechens, from 505.; Reaping Machine Pole Straps, 2s. Farmers will make a great saving by buying of S. Stephens, Saddler, Tinwald. 302 a
\TT ANTED KNOWN. Ashburton W REGISTRY OFFICE for Male and Female Servants. —L. F. Andrbwes begs to inform the public of Ashburton and surrounding districts that he has opened the above. Male and Female Ser-'ants of all classes provided. Employers requiring servants, and all persons with good recommendations, who are in want of situations, are requested to apply to L. F. Andrewes, Labor Agent, Bookseller, and Stationer, East street, South. WANTED KNOWN—That a Church of England minister’s wife writes . that she saves Ten Shillings a Fortnight by using Harper Twelvetrees’ Villa Washer, Wringer, and Mangier, combined ; and, although she permits no rubbing, the clothes are beautifully white, and much cleaner than when done by hand, while the saving in mending has been astonishing. Sold by J. HERN, Range Maker and Importer, corner of Manchester and Tuam streets, Christchurch ; Price—£9 10s. 700 WANTED KNOWN. SOMERSET LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES. JW. M'RAE begs to inform the . public that he has taken the above Stables from Mr. Bqssenberg, and is making extensive repairs. Buggies and saddle horses on hire. Lowest prices and best attention. 852 WANTED KNOWN—That Visiting Cards, plain or mourning, can be obtained printed in various styles, a.t the “Guardian” office, opposite the Railway Station.
Special Advertisements. Commercial and fancy STATIONERY. The Undersigned has opened up a NEW ASSORTMENT of the above. Cream, Blue, and Hand - made Notepapers ; Ruled, Plain, Fancy, and Repp ditto. Good Business Envelopes, No. 7, Court, Albert, Queen, Tinted, Repp, and others. Pens G Jlott’s, Mitchell’s, Brandauer and Co.’s Inks —Stephen’s Blue Black, Walkden’s Black and Colored, Antonine, Copying, &c. Workboxes, Albums, Books, &c. h. m. Tones, STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS DEPOT, East Street and Baring Square. 710
O FARMERS. D. B. McLaren, Grain Broker & Seed Merchant, Christchurch, Has special facilities for the satisfactory disposal of Grain and Produce entrusted to him. Samples left with Mr S. Saunders, Ashburton, will be immediately offered in the best markets, and the highest value guaranteed. 256 a
I WISH to give sincere and hearty thanks to my numerous Customers for the great sucess I have experienced since starting Business three months ago. Civility, constant attention, and Good Value are the things I depended upon, and 1 have not been disappointed. Having practised the first and given the two latter, the natural and gratifiying result has followed. I shall continue to do my “ level best ” to merit the further support of the public, and, while it cannot be supposed that I have everything in Stock “from a needle to an anchor” (especially the anchor), yet my Goods will be found fairly diversified. I wish to impress upon the minds of all in this sickly time that Joy [and Good Fruit ] and repose Will slam the door on the doctor’s nose. I would also beg those who have not hitherto called on me to believe that they can lay out their money to advantage at the NEW FRUIT AND ITALIAN WAREHOUSE, next Bank of New Zealand, East street. —H. M. Carson, Proprietor. Sole agent for Nelson, Moate, and Co.’s celebrated PACKET TEAS See advertisement and handbills. 299 O T I 0 E . Fresh arrangements having been made in connection with the “Ashburton Guardian,” taking effect from the Ist of March instant, I have to request that all Debts owing to me as Proprietor of the said Newspaper on the 28th February ultimo, be paid to Mr S. Saunders, on my behalf. All Debts now accruing to the Proprietor of the “Guardian” will be payable to Mr W. H. Zouoh. Dated this first day of March, 1881. 251 a MAX FRIEDLANDER. COTTON’S BOARDING HOUSE (Late of Dunedin), WAKANUI ROAD, ASHBURTON, Close to the Railway Station, opposite fire bell. Good Accommodation; Reasonable terms. Board and Lodging, £1 per week. Board only, 14s. MEALS AT. ALL HOURS. 300 a
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