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Business Notices. James Tait, gADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, Wilts street, Opposite Railway Station, Has always on Hand a capital Assortment of all kinds of Saddlery, Harness Whips, Spurs, and every requisite in the trade. Repairs neatly executed. Beeswax purchased in large or small quantities. 347 a Chaff, t Chaff, Chaff, ASHBURTON CORN & CHAFF STORE, gAS 'I w o o m til H Prices. Note the Address— NEXT EVERETT BROS., 548 a Havelock street, Ashburton. “ T7l VERY manshift for all the rest, P, and let no man take care for himself, for all is but fortune," so said Shakespeare; but Aitken, The Baker, thinks that it is desirable to look after one’s self, and while thanking his friends and customers for their liberal support accorded to him during the past few months, would ask for a continuance of their favors, and at the same time respectfully request those who have not yet accorded him a share of their custom, to GIVE HIM A TURN. Best bread s£d cash. Cakes, Pastry, &c., of all kinds. A. O. Aitken, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, Saunders’ Buildings, ASHBURTON 465 a Wm. Patching, East Street Ashburton, Tent, tarpaulin, and horse CLOTH MAKER. Horse Covers, all sizes. Men’s and Youths’ Waterproof Clothing, at reasonable prices. Canvas, Calico, and American Duck. Reaper and Binder Canvases Made and Repaired. Canvas and India-rubber Hosing. Sail, Twine, and Garden Lines, Plough Lines, Blocks, Hooks, and Thimbles. Flax and Manilla Rope, of all sizes, always in stock. Stack and Dray Covers at reduced prices. 687 a WM. PATCHING. FORMS PRINTED —“To Let” and “For Sale”—can be obtained at the Guardian Office. Hotels. CENTRAL HOTEL, CORNER OP VAKANUI ROAD & WILLS STREET: ASHBURTON. AMUEL BROWN PROPRIETOR FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. Liquors of Beat Quality kept in Stock. Good and Comfortable Stabling. 498 a New Restaurant, MORTON’S HOTEL. High street, Christchurch. EORGE W, C OLL INS ON (From Carle’s) Proprietor. Luncheon from Twelve o’clock. 264 a G Boarding Houses, &c. The A 1 Restaurant. PHILLIP HARPER wishes to intimate to his old Patrons, and the Public generally, that he has taken those Commodious Premises in Tancred 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 we ok. Single Beds and Meals, Is each. Meals at all hours. Don’t forget the Address— PHILLIP HARPER A 1 RESTAURANT, Tancred street, Ashburton. 886 PANAMA HOUSE (late anstee’s), Tancred street, Ashburton. The undersigned begs to inform the pubic that he has REMOVED from the Prince Albert Dining-rooms to the more commodious Boardiug-house lately in the occupation of Mr Anatee, 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 Publications. iHF TRADE PROTECTION SOCIETY’S PRIVATE CIRCULAR itituted 1873) gives a weekly list of [s of Sale, Mortgages of Stock, Liens, ikruptcies, etc., throughout New Zea On Monday an “ extra” is printed Canterbury, containing information up .2 o’clock on the preceding Saturday* particulars apply at the Office, Hohiba* Idings, High street, Christchurch,— B. JCraio, Agent for Canterbury. ■, 618*

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 349, 20 May 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 349, 20 May 1881

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