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Special Advertisements. O T I C E. Miss Yerrall Wishes to inform the Ladies of Ashburton and the surrounding districts that she will be at ASHBURTON the THREE DAYS of the EXHIBITION to take orders and measures for Ladies requiring Stays, Corsets, Belts, and Shoulder Straps, &c. A case of these several articles will be at the Exhibition, of Miss Verrall’s own make. For any information required apply to Mr. Thiele, Baker and Confectioner, where Miss Verrall will bo in attendance. COLOMBO STREET (Oposite Cookham House), Chuistchukch. March 10, 1881. 324 a

DVANCE ASH BURT UN. SHEARMAN’S Somerset Hotel. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. To meet the wishes and add to the comfort of the Public, R. W. SHEARMAN, Has resolved to throw open his MONSTER MARQUEE, WHEUE A Sumptuous Lunch Can be procured for ONE SHILLING. Remember the Great Marquee where the Governor lunched, on the lawn between the Exhibition and the Somerset Hotel. 424 a

JNDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. The Secretary wishes to inform the Public that he is is prepared to treat with persons desirous of Purchasing any Article for sale in the Exhibition bearing sale cards. The articles purchased to be delivered at close of the Exhibition. S. E. POYNTZ, 43Ca. Hon. See. SHBURTON INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. At the request of a large section of the Public, the Committee have decided to KEEP tire Exhibition OPEN during MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY of next week. Admission ... One Shilling. STEPHEN E. POYNTZ, 437 a Hon. Sec.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 303, 26 March 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 303, 26 March 1881

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