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Consultations. J L. FLEMING’S ’NOVELTY CONSULTATION, No. 2, ON THE NEW ZEALAND GRAND NATIONAL , STEEPLECHASES, To be held at Thnaru on Tuesday, May 24, 1881, Including the New Zealand Grand t National Handicap, Hunt Club Cup, and Maiden Plate. 3,000 Subscribers at ... 10s Each. Each Ticket has a chance of winning 5 THREE PRIZES. N.Z.G.N.H. I■ every subscriber will have a chance of Winning Three Prizes for Each Ticket. The drawing will be held under the supervision of a Committee of Subscribers, ! and results advertised in daily papers. Intending subscribers are requested to ’ make early application. If cheques are ’ sent, exchange must be added, and stamps Enclosed for reply and result, i "s J. L. FLEMING, ,<* k ; -if' ' Auctioneer, &c., „ -631 a High street, Triangle, Christchurch. Hotels. CENTRAL HOTEL, CORNER OF WAKANUI ROAD & WILLS STREET ASHBURTON. SAMUEL BROWN ... PROPRIETOR FEEST-CLASS ACCOMMOEATION. Liquors of Best Quality kept in Stock. Good and Comfortable Stabling. 498 a New Restaurant, MORTON’S HOTEL. High street, Christchurch. G EORGE W. COLLIN SON (From Carle’s) Proprietor. Luncheon from Twelve o’clock. 264 a Boarding Houses, &c. The A 1 Restaurant. PHILLIP HARPER wishes to intimate to bis old Patrons, and the Public generally, that he has taken those Commodious Premises in Tancreu street known as the A 1 Restaurant, where SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION can be obtained by all who favor him with a visit. Board and Lodging, £1 per week. Board only, 13s per weok. Single Beds and Meals, Is each. Meals at all hours. JSS- Don’t forget the Address— PHILLIP HARPER A 1 RESTAURANT, Tancrbd street, Ashburton. 886 PANAMA HOUSE (late anstee’s), Tancbed street, Ashburton. The undersigned begs to inform the pubic that he has REMOVED from the Prince Albert Dining-rooms to the more commodious Boarding-house lately in the occupation of Mr Anstee, where he hopes to merit the same patronage bestowed upon him as heretofore. Good Bathroom. S. LUCAS, 210 a Proprietor. PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE. Conducted by Mrs C. Truckle. In consequence of insufficient accommodation at the Echo Dining Rooms, the proprietor has taken the PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE, where a good table will always be kept. Meals Is each. Good Accommodation for Boarders and Travellers, at 16s, 18s, and £1 per week, to meet the times. Private Rooms for families. Remember the address—Mrs Truckle, Prince Albert Boarding House, next to Cookson’s Stables, and close to the Railway Station. 209 a Business Notices. CHERTSEY. 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 inGrocery,Drapery, Ironmongery, etc. AGENT FOR THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. 423 P. and D. Duncan ' T) EG to call the attention of Farmers ’ j) and others to their Single, Double, ' and Three - furrow Ploughs, which have taken the following prizes and j awards at this season’s Shows and Exhibi- _ tions:— B At Timaru —First Prize for Single At Rangiora— „ ~ Single and Double ’ At Christchurch— ~ „ Single, Double ? and Threea Furrow At Ashburton—First Prize for Single, Double-Furrow, DoubleFurrow Sub-soiler, and 1 Three-Furrow BEATING ALL COLONIAL AND IM- „ PORTED PLOUGHS. 8 ALSO, FIRST AND SECOND AWARDS d OF MERIT AT THE MELBOURNE 1. EXHIBITION. >r FIRST AWARD, ASHBURTON IN DUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. P. AND D. DUNCAN, ' „ 456 a , , Christchurch.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 335, 4 May 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 335, 4 May 1881

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