Wanted. WANTED A general SERVANT. Apply to Mrs F. P. O’Reiij.y, Wakanui road. 780 a WANTED —Person to adopt a Child twd months old. Apply, Office of this Paper. 785 a ■\XTANTED —By a competent Young » » Man, home and colonial experience, SITUATION as Working Manager or Overseer on a farm. Good testimonials. Apply, J.T., care of Mr M'Coll, Cracroft, Ealing. 771 a ANTED at once—TENDERS for 60 chains (more or less) of WIRE FENCING (stakes and wire). Labor only. Apply, Office of this Paper, where the specifications may be seen. 780 a ANTED to PURCHASE—BONES, in any quantities. Apply, Mayo and Hunt, Beach road. 130 a WANTED KNOWN—That Miss Veer all is now showing her Winter Stock of Millinery, Drapery &c. Stay and Corset Manufacturer. Dressmaking done on Premises, Colombo street, opposite Cookham House. 630 a WANTED KNOWN—That W. Feegib’s EXPRESS runs to and from Tinwald Twice Daily. Goods conveyed at most reasonable rates. Orders left at Jephson’s Store, Tinwald, or W. Patching’s, Ashburton, will be promptly attended to, 760 a WANTED KNOWN—That the “ Crown Lands Guide ” (No. 3), New| Zealand Gatette, Parliamentary Papers, and all other Government Publications can be obtained by applying at Office of this Paper. WANTED KNOWN—That John Moison (late in the employ of Mr Nealas) has opened business in Fowler’s Buildings, Tancred street, where all descriptions of Boots and Shoes can be made to order. Having had large expel ience both at Home and in the colonies, J. M. feels confidence in soliciting a share of public support. 758 a XTTANTED— MRS PAULING begs to » » notify that she has taken that Commodious House in Moore street, nearly opposite the Presbyterian Manse, where she will be glad to ACCOMMODATE PATIENTS requiring surgical or medical aid. Mrs Pauling has had very considerable experience as Ladies’ Nurse, both at Home and in New Zealand. 528 a VtTANTED KNOWN —That VV HENRY’S PORTRAIT ROOMS, Saunders’ Buildings, East street, Ashburton, are open DAILY, from 9 a. m. till 5 p.xn. Portraits taken in any weather. Great Reduction in Price. 101 a TTTANTED KNOWN. Ashburton V\ REGISTRY OFFICE for Male and Female Servants.—L. F. Andrewes begs to inform the public of Ashburton and surrounding districts that he has opened the above. JVlale and Female Ser"ants of all classes provided. Employers requiring servants, and all persons with good recommendations, who are in want of situations, are requested to apply to L. F. Andrewes, Labor Agent, Bookseller, and Stationer, East street, South. 208 a WANTED THE GUARDIAN tolls your Wants for Is., cash.
Special Advertisements. ii A LL work and no play makes Jack a dull boy,” consequently, bearing the truth of this adage in mind, Frederick Clark, OF EAST STREET, HAIRDRESSER, Has just imported a quantity of NOVEL AND AMUSING GAMES wherewith to while away the dragging hours of winter nights. They meet the requirements of both old and young, and include playing cards, “ squeezero,” &c.; chess and draught men and boards, backgammon, dominoes, go-bang, race game, lotto, &c., &s. Those having favorite Authors should, to prevent disappointment, make their selections from his large stock of NEWEST NOVELS at their earliest convenience. THE SMOKER’S FRIEND is F.C., and to preserve the right to this title he has just imported the following Brands of TOBACCO ;—Nail Rod, Vanity Fair, Ruby Twist, Twist, &c., &c. CIGARS and CIGARETTES : Havanna and Cuban, Vanity Fair Cigarettes, &c., &c., and a large selection of novelties in PIPEWARE. FLOODED OUT. P.C. was floooded out by the heavy rains on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, and the damage done is irreparable. What is he to do ? Sue the Council for damages 1 No ! no ! Sell the damaged goods at the best prices obtainable, and get ANOTHER NEW STOCK. This is what he will do. Those who COME EARLY will therefore secure the BEST BARGAINS. Haircutting, Shaving, and Shampooing Saloon, Montgomery’s Buildings. 720 a R W. H. SPACEMAN’S Offices
are now in Canterbury Chambers, Hereford street, Christchurch, next Miles and Co., having REMOVED from Messrs Wynn, Williams, and Deacon’s. 335 a OF REMOVAL. Daniel Fitzpatrick, BOOTMAKER, Begs to return bis sincere thanks to his friends, and to the general public, for their liberal support accorded to him since commencing business, and by paying every attention, and civility to his customers, he asks their continuance in future. Also that they may find him in future in East street, next Orr and Co. (late Trickett), with a well selected Stock of BOOTS and SHOES of every kind. Please note the Address^®* FAMILY BOOT & SHOE DEPOT, East stseut (Next Orr and Co). 711 a
OTICE TO FARMERS AND OTHERS IN THE DISTRICTS OF ASHBURTON AND RAKAIA On and after this date our BUSINESS in the above districts will be under the MANAGEMENT of Mr William Hoene. P. CUNNINGHAM & CO., Grain Merchants. Christchurch, May 3, 1881. 717 a Encourage local enterprise, & KEEP THE MONEY IN THE PLACE. WANTED—IO,OOO customers to Purchase 100,000 Envelopes and upwards (just aebived). 1,000, 7s 6d ; 6,000, 6s Sd per 1,000, for Cash. Pianos, Harmoniums, and American Organs for sale on deferred payments, from 30s per month. H. M. JONES, Station eb and Booksei.leb, East street and Baring Square. THE GUARDIAN is published every evening, .giving every day’s news, up to the hour of going to press. This is better than buying a sixpenny weekly.
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