Business Notices. GOODS. WINTER GOOD 0 W OP EN EDA *Cp TEBETT BROS. AND Havelock street. CO. J^OYELTIES Q. R A N D Jyf E W VERETT IN ALL DEPARI MENTS. DISPLAY O] GOODS BROS. AND CO 204 J. P. Stratz, HIGH STREET (TRIANGLE), Cristchurch. PRACTICAL in Foreign and Englisl Watches. Makes all his expense; by his hand-work, therefore he can sel cheaper than any other house in Canter bury. [Established 1877.] tr : P s g m gq = o Stratz Watchmaker ”■ s a from (Dpt * 1 1 London &Sl iP M J. F. STRATZ, Direct Importer of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, and Silver Plate from England, France, Germany, and America. English Silver Hunting Levers, capped, from £3 10s to £lO 10s. £ s. d. American Waltham Levers, with English cases, from ... 2 5 0 American Lever Clocks, in wood or nickel silver cases 0 9 6 Alarm Clocks (nickel silver), bell 0 12 6 23 a CEERTSEY. A. R. MARKHAM (Next Montgomery’s, Chertsey), GENERAL STOREKEEPER HAVING taken over the store of Messrs. Orr and Co., and increased the stock, is prepared to supply first-class articles in Grocery, Drapery, Ironmongery, etc. AGENT FOR THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. 423 SCOTT BROS. (RAILWAY FOUNDRY), A RE the manufacturers of the following among other specialities : The celebrated “ EXCELSIOR” WINDMILL. This Mill got the FIRST PRIZE at the November Metropolitan Show. It is Perfectly reliable and self-regulating. FIRST PRIZE PATENT GRASS SEED STRIPPER. As only a limited quantity of these Machines, which took the FIRST PRIZE at the recent competition of the Agricultural and Pastoral Association, can be supplied, orders for next season must be given early, or they cannot be executed. LEAMINGTON COOKING RANGES. These Stoves have been shown for years in competition with other makers, and have always received first honors, having NEVER BEEN BEATEN. We can confidently recommend them as the best Stoves in New Zealand. CAMBRIDGE ROLLERS. Specimens of our Prices for this season—--Bft. by 24in.... ... £l7 0 0 Bft. by 26in 18 10 0 Oft. by 24in 18 15 0 Oft. by 2Cin.... ... 20 15 0 Other prices equally low. 480 BUTCHERS, BAKERS, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANTS, NORTON FARM, SEAFIELD. LAWBY AND SON, Norton Farm Seafield, return thanks to their patrons for the hearty support accorded to them since Norton Farm was opened as a Butchery, Bakery, and General Store, and solicit a continuance of past -favors, assuring customers that their interest will always have first consideration at the hands of the advertisers. La wry and Son beg to inform their friends and the public in the Seafield and neighboring districts, that their Bread Meat, and Store Carts travel the following routes on the days given below : Seafield to Kyle, and Acton— Wednes DAYS. Seafield to Wakanui Homestead, Wakanui School, and Creek, back by Christie’s Road — Thursdays. Seafield to North Seafield, Charing Cross, Dundas, Cambridge, returning by Pioneer Road— Fridays. ■ In view of the Harvest, orders for attendance of the Cart may be left at the Store, Norton Farm* Seafield ; Wakanui School, with Mr. Ginney; with Mr. Lambie, at Kyle ; and with Mr Brown blacksmith, Olbntarf. LAWBY AND SON, NORTON FARM. Seafield. Butchers, Bakers, General Storb- , keepers, Grain and Seed Merchants. AGENTS I ran the ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. I TTiORMS PRINTED— “ To Let ” and Jj “ iFof' Sale ’ ’—can be obtained at th« Guardian Office.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 312, 6 April 1881
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