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Business “■■'ices. jyjOUNT 50M...3 of ORE. W, H. PUDDICUMBE & CO, Tiiko this opportunity of thanking their customers for the very liberal support accorded them since commencing business, and now beg to notify that they have been encouraged to largely increase their stock, which will enable residents in the Mount Somers and surrounding districts to obtain every requisite without having to make a long journey to Ashburton or Christchurch. Drapery, Grocery, and Ironmongery, of every description, at lowest rates. A cart goes round the district every week to receive and execute orders. W. H. PUDDICOMBE& CO., General Storekeepers, &c.. Mount Somers. Agents for the Ashburton Gfuardian. 757 a DAVIS VERTICAL FEED Sewing Machine. MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. The above Sewing Machine has taken First Prize at the Melbourne Exhibition, after a contest lasting over several months ; the judges having awarded First Prize to the New Davis Vertical Feed on every point. Come and get samples of the work. Sews any fabric, from ■ lace to leather. Always in order. P. S. —lt was also awarded First Prize at the Sydney Exhibition, on every point, and at the Ashburton Industrial Exhibition. ORR AND CO., SOLE AGENTS FOR THE ASHBURTON COUNTY. Marsh & Groves. •pANCY BREAD AND BAKERS, PASTRYCOOKS AND TIONERS. BISCUIT CONFECFAMILIES WAITED ON DAILY Wedding and School Cakes always on hand. lanored Street, Ashburton. 932 WC. DAVIS, BRICKLAYER, &c., , having commenced business for himself, in the above line, is prepared to undertake all work entrusted to him, at reasonable rates.- Ranges Set. Workmanship guaranteed. Note the Address — W. C. DAVIS, Bricklayer, &c., East street, south. All orders left at Mr. S. Hardley, will receive prompt attention. 307 ft THE WHIRLIGIG OP TIME brings about its changes. “Procrastination is the thief of Time,” and believing in the wisdom of the old saw, Robert Murray, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER. Has taken Time by the forelock. The cold weather of winter succeeds the warmth of genial autumn, as surely as the night succeeds the day. Light and warmth are essential to a successful prosecution of a watchmaker’s business, and ROBERT MURRAY has sought and found a new site, which combines these essentials with a FRONTAGE to the MAIN STREET. He has now REMOVED To the shop lately occupied by Mr. J. S. Savage, Fruiterer, &c., EAST STREET, Next door to the New Zealand Clothing Factory’s Warehouse, Where his old friends will find him, and new ones will be welcome. 730c-96« R. G. Ruxton, Practical CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILOR, HAVING received a large consignment of Goods, composed of the best West of England Cloths and Fancy Coatings of all kinds; also a well-selected stock of Bedford Cords, narrow and broad, for Riding Pants, Pantaloons, &c. ; and a large stock of Scottish Tweeds, Mosgiel, and Kaiapoi. R. G. R. calls the special attention of Cash Buyers to the following list < f prices ; Superior Suits of Scotch and English Tweed, from ... £3 16 0 Riding and Walking Pants, from 110 Vests, to order, from ... 0 12 6 Ladies’ Riding Habits, from 4,10 0 Trousers Strapped and Cuffed at a few hours’ notice. Gentlemen’s own Materials Made up. R G. Ruxton wishes to thank his Friends and Customers of Ashburton and the surrounding district for their patronage, and by following his customary principle of paying and being paid, trusts to meet with their future favors. Jockeys’ Racing Colors. Address — R. G. RUXTON, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, No. 1, Peter Street, Adibininc Quill's Commercial Hotel, L J ASHBURTON. 634

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 340, 10 May 1881

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