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Wanted. WANTED— A General SERVANT; Apply to Mrs Hodder, North-wcs 1 Belt. 377 a WANTED —A smart RUNNER, to go to Winslow by afternoon train. Apply, Guardian Office. WANTED —A smart LAD, about 13 or 14 years of age, as an apprentice. Apply, Office of this Paper. WANTED —A Family’s WASHING. Apply, Office of this paper. 178 a rpo COMPOSITORS. WANTED-A good NEWS HAND. Piece-work, Is, Id. per 1,000. Apply at once. Office of this Paper. WANTED to PURCHASE—BONES, in any quantities. Apply, Mayo and Hunt, Beach road. 130 a TTTANTED TO SELL Twenty-five W SECTIONS, Wakanui Road. Apply to Patching, Tent-maker, East Street. 898 TTNCLE TOM — ;£ What’s little missy’s R I -ITA7A 354 a name?” EVA, TTTANTED KNOWN That the VV undersigned is now landing 100,000 feet Best Union KAURI, ex Aratapu,from Kaipara. Joshua Tucker, next Jameson and Roberts, Ashburton. 302 a WANTED KNOWN, —That HENRY’S PORTRAIT ROOMS, Saunders’ Buildings, East street, Ashburton, are Open DAILY, from 9 a.m. till 5 pan. Portraits taken in any weather. Great Reduction in Price. 101 a WANTED TO SELL PIANOS. H. J. WEEKS, Teacher of Music, Tuner, &c., has for sale the following Secondhand Pianofortes : 1 full-sized Brinsmead, £45; Bord, £25; Broadwood, £26; also, American Organ, 5 stops, £3O; 1 Church Harmonium 14°stops, £3O, a bargain. Pianofortes of any kind can bo obtained on deferred payments. Address: Cameron street west. 86a IT^VA —At the Presbyterian Church, on U MONDAY NIGHT, 21st March, 8 o’clock, Rev A. M. Beattie in the chair ; Connective Readings by Dr Stewart. ■i'TT'ANTED KNOWN—The Largest VV 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. TTTANTED KNOWN. Ashburton w REGISTRY OFFICE for Male and Female Servants.—L. F. Andrewes begs to inform the public of Ashburton and surrounding districts that he has opened the above. Male and Female Servants 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. SERVICE OF SONG by the Presbyterian Church Choir, on MONDAY NIGHT, 8 o’clock. Tickets everywhere. Is each. 356 a

WANTED KNOWN. SOMERSET LIVERY AND STABLES. BAIT JW. M‘RAE bogs to inform the , public that he has taken the ibove Stables from Mr. Bossenberg, and is making extensive repairs. Buggies and saddle horses on hire. Lowest prices and best attention. 852 DON’T FORGET—“ EVA,” a Service of Song, taken from “ Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” Most entertaining and instructive. 357 a WANTED KNOWN—That Visiting Cards, plain or mourning, can be obtained printed in various styles, at the “Guardian” office, opposite the Rail w ay Station. Special Advertisements. N o c 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. Zouch. Dated this first day of March, 1881. 251 a MAX FRIEDLANDER. T H E VALUE MEN’S BEST FOR READY MONEY IS THE AND BOYS’ CLOTHING MANUFACTURED BY THE NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory, Which can bo purchased at their Retail Branches, now established all over New Zealand. The Garments are thoroughly shrunk. The Fit and Style are perfect. The Workmanship is equal to bespoke. The Trimmings are of superior quality and strength. Tho Tweeds are of the veiy beat description. The Stock is the largest in the Southern Hemisphere. The tall, short, lean, and stout, can be equally well fitted. The Goods are all marked in plain figures. The system of business is to exchange every article that does not give satisfaction. And, in addition to all these advantages, you can purchase A SINGLE GARMENT AT THE WHOLESALE PRICE. Mercery, Hats, Shirts, Ties, Scarves, Bags, Portmanteaux, Rugs, and Blankets, at Wholesale Prices. Thousands of the discerning customers testify that the New Zealand Clothing Factory’s Garments are the Very Best Value for Ready Money. 369a* Ashburton Branch : EAST STREET. WM SPARROW, Manager. THE GUARDIAN is on every Tea Table in Ashburton.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 295, 17 March 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 295, 17 March 1881

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