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... |v. -.- Business Notices-; - ; _ j „iuj,. f ■-■ .. .' ' f ' | jjULLO ! WHAT’S T HIS -; ..A: Weston’s ;: : ; AgkiocltPeal, Pastokal, Commercial, i .m and Fashionable >, iHA IRO UTTIN G SALO ON, : . TaNORED StKEET, ' Will open about the 17th inst. :6d ; ' HAIRCUTTING 6d. b SHAVING—weII, aa local industry ia , all thajicryy- and ought to be supported, i Weston rwill shave you for s|d, but mind, ■ no change. And if you grumble—what! >. do< ;you think he will ( shave you for j nothing and give you a drink ? ■ N. B. —A . liberal discount to local bodies, families, i schools, widows, orphans, Ac. Ladies’ ; and girls’, hair cut and trimmed in the I fashion. ...Hair Dyed .any color. Invalids and others: waited on at their residences, ■ if Required. Razors ground and set. 17c OHERTSEY. A. R. MARK HA M -■ (Next Montgomery’s, Chertsey), G E NER.AL STOR E-KE EP E R Having tatep /oyer - the, store of . Messrs. Orr ana Co., L and increased ftLd stock', is preparqd to supply first-class Articles in. Grocery, Drapery, Ironmongery, etd. ' ■. .AGENT TOR .THE- ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. . ■ 423 and D. Duncan BEGr, to'fcali ifie .attention , of. Farmers add others 'to their Single, Double, and Threefurrow , Ploughs, which haVe taken the following prizes and awards at this season’s Shows and Exhibitidhs';— ( ... At Titnaru—First Prize for Single Atßbiigibrii • Single . and .r i .... , Double At Christchurch— ~ ~ Single, Double and ThreeFurrow At ’Ashbifirtoh—First Prize for Single, Double-Furrow, DpublePurfow Sub-soiler, and Three-Turrowr . BEATING ALL COLONIAL AND IM- ■ .■::v ■ ALSO, FIRST AND SECOND AWARDS OF .MERIT AT THE MELBOURNE EXHIBITION- . ' FIRST ’ AWARD; - ASHBURTON INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. P. AND; D. DUNCAN, 456 a “ , ! Christchurch. I ,i:.» THE WHIRLIGIG OF TIME brings v about its changes.' ’ “Procrastination is the thief of Time,” and ; hetifeving in the wisdom of the old aiwj•-* J -* 1 : - ■ Kdneidj Murray, WATCHMAKER. ARD JEWELLER. >Bas taken Time,by the:, forelock. The cold ; weather of winter .succeeds thewarmth rof, genial . autuUm, as surely aathenight sucqeedstheday. Light and warmth are essential to asUccessful prosecution of; a ; watchmaker’s business, and ROBERT MURRAY - /has (Sought and fpund.a,<new -site, which, combines these essentials with -a. FRONTAGE to, the MAIN STREET. He has now REMO V E D To -the shop lately.occupied by Mr. J. i 1 1 ; Si Savkge, Frniferer,' &c., ,E A S T S T R E E T, Nekt door to- the New Zealand Clothing Factory’s Warehouse, , : Where his old friends 'will; find him, and new ones Will be welcome. -. 730c-96a G REAT REDUCTION . , WATCHES. IN J. : S. ; QUINN, Waichmakbb, Eabi stbbbt, , Ashbobton, (having i received, a large stock of English gold and silver Watohep, will offer the, same at the following r Reduced Prices,: viz:—Rotherham’s goljl., f ,Annthig.: ./Levers, jfrom £lB Rotherham’s silver Levers from £6 10a; Ehrhardt’s iailyer English Lever from £6 IQs >Sol4 Gpnevas .(ladies’watches) from £$ IBs ; .;Waltham watches, in English casea,,from:£4; American watches; from fl2 ss,j two years’ guarantee given. Also, ja choice.selection of Colonial-made Jewellery*,; Broochesj j Earrings, Ureas: Rings, •&a. , set with Australian rubies, at correIspondipglylow prices. Particular attention paid to the repairing of every description of .Watch, Clock, and Jewellery. Guaranteed fori 12 months. Pebble and other Spectacles to suit all sights. ' 308 a rjlHB 'Undersigned, in thanking his .L, numerous friends and customers for the.Tdry lijborar support accorded him duriflg the bksflt£ni : has much pleasure' in informing them • that he has sold Ms business of Baker, Confectioner, etc., tp Mr Jajies- Raitgeb, who will continue it pd and after May-30th, 1881, on his ofrm account, and- would bespeak for his successor a continuance Of : those favors so liberally bestowed bn Mm. A. O. AITKEN, ’ Saunders’ Buildings. Wfth reference to the above, JAMES RANGER trusts that by supplying GOOD BREAD at'a reasbnable price, combined, with civilifyarid attention; he will/merit' the subbfii’t hceofded to his predebessor. May 27, 1881. ' 92 B 921 U,F FQ L K ;B U T 0 H, ER Y, , HayßLooK stbbbt* .Abbosubton. , Bega to inforit the: Public of Ashburton Borough aad County,-that he is Supplying the? Brinies*. ; Meat, at CHEAPEST BATES,dor CASH. < Roast Beef from : ... 3d. ,to 6d. Corned Beet frein * . 2id. to 4d. ... ... ; l|d. to 3d. Sausagea-t .... ... i sd. to6d. Goptfactpis, .Threshing Machine Proirietors, and Harvesters,., supplied with every requisite. 912

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 380, 27 June 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 380, 27 June 1881

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