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Business Notices. Four-pound loaf of bread FOR Sixpence. A. O. A I T K E N Has decided to give his customers and the public generally the benefit of the late ! FALL IN THE PRICE OF FLOUR, and he is now selling the BEST BREAD at Sixpence the Four-pound Loaf, de- ' livered in the town and suburbs. . A. O. Aitken, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, Sacndees’ Buildings, ASHBURTON k 465 a Craighead & Co., AND CLOTHIERS. k In thanking our friends and patrons for the liberal support which they have accorded to us in the past, we have much B’ lure in announcing that Mr Craig- , 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 l just received a ’ VERY SELECT ASSORTMENT OF WINTER TWEEDS, FANCY t COATINGS, &0., I For the approaching season; and, as • these comprise only the VERY BEST t MATERIALS in the MARKET, they need no other recommendation. PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. PRICES MODERATE, AS USUAL. CRAIGHEAD AND CO., 1 Tancred street 1 (Next Orr and Co.’s). P. and D. Duncan BEG to call the attention of Farmers and others to their Single, Double, ■ and Three - furrow Ploughs, which 1 have taken the following prizes and ' awards at this season’s Shows and Exhibitions : ! At Timaru—First Prize for Single At Rangiora— „ „ Single and i Double : At Christchurch— ~ „ Single, Double i and ThreeFurrow . At Ashburton—First Prize for Single, Double-Furrow, DoubleFurrow Sub-soiler, and Three-Furrow BEATING ALL COLONIAL AND IMPORTED PLOUGHS. ALSO, FIRST AND SECONDJAWARDS OF MERIT AT THE EXHIBITION. FIRST AWARD, ASHBURTON ' DUSTBIAL EXHIBITION. P. AND D. DUNCAN, 456 a Christchurch. 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 I 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” 1 (especially the anchor),, yet my Goods will 1 be found fairly diversified. I wish to im- ! press upon the minds M Sill in this sickly time that * 1 Joy [and Good Fruit] and repose Will slam the door on the doctor’s nose. 1 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 i NEW FRUIT AND ITALIAN WARE--1 HOUSE, next Bank of New Zealand, 1 East street.—H. M. Carson, Proprietor. Sole agent for Nelson, Moate, and Co.’s i celebrated PACKET TEAS- See advertisement and handbills. - - v 299", > 0 T ' I C ET’ i We have much pleasure in intimating to the public that we have SOLD all our interest in the STORE at MOUNT SOMERS, including the Book debts, to W. H. PUDDICOMBE & CO., who i will conduct the business as heretofore, • and would ask for them that liberal r support which we have received. ORR «S*oo. i In reference to the above we beg to state that we intend keeping a large stock I of GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, and WOOLLEN DRAPERY, which will be sold at LOWEST TRADE PRICES. Our cart will run round the district to take and deliver orders. 51a W. H. PUDDICOMBE & CO. MoneyMoney TO LEND, in sums of £SO and upwards. on Approved FREEHOLD SECURITY. RICH. WM. FEREDAY, Solicitor, 259 a Colombo street, Christchurch. THE NEW. ZEALAND TRUST AND LOAN COMPANY, LIMITED. 1>000)000 MONEY TO BE LENT ON FREEHOLD SECURITY, in sums up to £50,000 or upwards. J. C. McDOWALL, Manager. Hereford street, Christchurch, Opposite Union Bank. 260 a Banisters, Solicitors, &c. Branson & Purnell, ARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS, EAST STREET. 46a C. W. Ireland, B B ARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, Saunders’ Buildings, Ashburton. 8a TTrANTED THE GUARDIAN tells ” your Wants for Is., cash. CA£H RECEIPTS Printed at “The 1 Guardian office. _ THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN PUBLISHED EVERT EVENING. PRICE ADVERTISERS are reminded that the ASHBURTON GUARDIAN commands the LARGEST- ; CIRCULATION in the Borough and Suburbs, and the prices for advertisements ate very easonable.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 308, 1 April 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 308, 1 April 1881

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