Wanted. T [0 ROAD SURVEYORS * OTHERS. The Rangitata Road Board require the services of an OVERSEER, who will also be required to act as Clerk to the Board. Applicants for the appointment are requested io state the amount of salary required, on the understanding that, as the duties will be light, three days a week will suffice for ther performance. The Board do not pledge themselves to accept the lowest offer. Applications to be sent to the undersigned, by FRIDAY, 10th June, or delivered at the temporary office of the Board, at Dr Trevor’s, between Mr Moffatt’s and the Rangitata out station, by 11 a.m. on the 11th inst. I EDWARD G. WRIGHT, t 9614 ‘ Chairman.
"VTT ANTED, for Mrs Williamson, V\ Flemington School, a GIRL, to make herself generally useful. Apply immediately to Mrs Cakstens, Burnett street, opposite Mail Office. 991 a WANTED —A respectable domestic SERVANT. Apply, “M.G.,” Office of this Paper. 997 a WANTED— A General SERVANT, where two children are kept. Apply, Office of this Paper. 840 a WANTED KNOWN That the TINWALD quadrille assembly intend holding a Long Night, with Refreshments, on FRIDAY next, 10th inst, commencing at 7 p.m. 995 a ANTED KNOWN— That Tucker <6 Resxell are now landing a cargo qf assorted KAURI. Specifications can be seen at their office. 994 a WANTED— TO LET, a splendid SHOP, adjoining the Guardian Office. Apply, Office of this Paper. 990 a w N T E D 1.000 Bushels Good Malting BARLEY 2.000 Bushels seconds BARLEYJ 1.000 Bushels OATS. Apply, DAN. HENDERSON &CO., Saundes’ Buildings, 981 a Ashburton.
WANTED KNOWN —We mo Now Landing, ex Remington, ten tons Gospel Oak Corrugated Ikon, Anchor brand ; and, ex Saxon, 45,000 feet assorted Union Kauri. Tucker and Restell. 962 a WANTED KNOWN—That we have To Akrive, per Lurline, 2 tons of assorted German Wire Nails, ordered specially to suit the building trade of Ashburton. Tucker and Restell. 963 a ANTED EYERBODY to know that HORSE COVERS can be bought for 17s 6d (former price, 255), at S. Stephens’, Saddler, Tinwald. 726 a WANTED A PARTNER, with small capital, to farm an unimproved freehold. For particulars apply to W. H. Gundry, or W. 8., Box No. 1, P. 0., Ashburton. 801 a WANTED KNOWN— CoaI and Firewood, in large and small quantities, at the lowest current rates. Agents for Austin, Kirk,, and Co.’s Stoneware, &c. Tucker and Restell. 964 a TIfT"ANTED KNOWN.—Young Ladies’ » » Journal, Is 7d ; Bow Bells, Is 7d; Family Reader (Monthly), Is 2d ; (Quarterly)do., 2s 2d; Family Herald, Is ; London Journal, Is 4d ; &c., &c. A large assortment of School Books and Stationery of every description. Hymn and Prayer Books, &c., &c. Subscribers wanted for every Newspaper and Periodical published. Books, Piece Music, &c., not in stock can be supplied to older, at lowest prices. L, F. Andrbwes, Bookseller, Stationer, and General Newspaper Agent, East street South. 953 a
WANTED KNOWN—That Miss Verrall 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. Fergie’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 Guido ” (No. 3), New Zealand Gazette, Parliamentary Papers, and all other Government Publications can be obtained by applying at Office of this Paper. WANTED Purchasers for Pianos, Organa, Violins, &c. 1 Brinsmead Piano (second-hand), 45g5.; 1 Broadwood Pianette (do), £2B, cheap; 1 Smith Organ, powerful, 6 stops, £36 ; 1 Mason and Hamlin Organ, 5 stops, £3O ; 2 Violins, Bows, and Cases, £5 5s and £6. H. J. Weeks, Teacher of Music, Cameron Street West. Dresden Model Pianos to arrive, 931 a 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 experience both at Home and in the colonies, J. M. feels confidence in soliciting a share of public support. 758 a
Special Advertisements. 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,” Ac.; chess and draught men and boards, backgammon, dominoes, go-bang, race game, lotto, &c., &o. 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. 0., 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. Haircutting, Shaving, and Shampooing Saloon, Montgomery’s Buildings. 720 a Ball programme cards in very neat styles, with Pencils and Ribbons, printed at the Guardian Office, East street, near Railway Station METHVEN AGENCY. MORGAN and HIBBS, General Store keepers, Methven, are authorisep agents for the Ashburton Guardian. Subscribers will please get their papers from the agents in future. Orders entrusted to them will receive prompt attention. W. H. ZOUOH, Proprietor.
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