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Special Advertisements. Encourage local enterPRISE, & KEEP THE MONEY IN THE PLACE. WANTED—IO,OOO customers to Purchase 100,000 Envelopes and upwards. 1,000, 7s 6d ; 6,000, 6s 9d per 1,000, for Cash. 11. M. JONES, Stationer and Bookseller, East street and Baring Square. 365 a

Craighead & Co., qiAILORS AND CLOTHIERS. In thanking our friends and patrons for the liberal support which they have accorded to us in the past, we have much pleasure in announcing that Mr Craighead, having now completely recovered, will be found at his post of duty as usual, in TANCRED STREET. We have also to intimate that we have | just received a VERY SELECT ASSORTMENT OF WINTER TWEEDS, FANCY COATINGS, &0., For the approaching season ; and, as these comprise only the VERY BEST MATERIALS in the MARKET, they need no other recommendation. (k FEW SAMPLES WILLX IBE SHOWN AT THE \ FORTHCOMING EXV. HIBITION. / PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. PRICES MODERATE, AS USUAL. CRAIGHEAD AND Tancred street (Next Orr and Co.’s). CO.,

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 VerraU’s own make. For any information required apply to Mr. Thiele, Baker and Confectioner, where Miss Yerrall will be in attendance. COLOMBO STREET (Oposite Cookham House), Christchurch. March 10, 1881. 324 a

Ashburton industrial EXHIBITION. At the request of a large section of the Public, the Committee have decided to KEEP the Exhibition OPEN during MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY of next week. MUSICAL PROGRAMME : MONDAY EVENlNG—Selections of INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, by several Ladies and Gentlemen, and the String Band. TUESDAY—A PROMENADE CONCERT, under the direction of Horace Gates, Esq. WEDNESDAY—A PROMENADE CONCERT, arranged by H. J. Weeks, Esq. The Exhibition will close on Wednesday evening with a closing ADDRESS by the President. Admission .... One Shilling. STEPHEN E. FOYNTZ, 437 a Hon. Sec.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 304, 28 March 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 304, 28 March 1881

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