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Business Notices. ENIGMA.— What am 11 Pray say—and you may, if you try. I’m seen in the,forehead, the cheek, and the| p eye ; I’m seen in the smile which illumines your face, I’m first in endeavor all sorrow to: chase. In Oarson’s Fruit Warehouse 1 always reside—l couldn’t remove from his trade if I tried. I’m in pineapples, pears, anld in oranges, too—nice fruits in variety waiting for you. Pray notice, I’m always exjpected to, be—and I am—in the now fatuous , pure blended tea. I'm in pickles, in -sauces, in coffee, in spice, in lollies and sweetmeats, and everything nice. In general groceries, plain to! be seen, with goods of first quality, fiti for the Queen. In gratitude wbieh, for part favors, I feel, and favors toicome only more will reveal. I’m found ini good value, which still may be had at HI M. CARSON’S New Fruit and Italian Warehouse, East street (next Bank of Nbw Zealand). Sole Agent for Nelson, Moats, & Co.’s Puns Blended Teas, in boxes and packets (see advertisement and handbills). do OHEBTSBY. A. R. MARKHAM (Next Montgomery’s, Chertsey), GENERAL STOREKEEPER TTAVING taken over the store of iriv Messrs. Orr and 06., and increased the stock, is prepared to supply first-class articles in Grocery,Drapery, Ironmongery, etc. AGENT FOR THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. 423 P. and D. Duncan BEG to call the attention of Farmers and others to their Single, Double, and Three - furrow Ploughs, which have taken the following prizes and awards at this season’s Shows and Exhibitions.:— At Timaru—First Prize for Single At Rangiora— ~ ~ Single and Double At Christchurch— ~ ~ Single,Doubla and ThreeFurrow At Ashburton—First Prize for Single, Double-Furrow, DoubleFurrow Sub-soiler, and Three-Furrow BEATING ALL COLONIAL AND IMPORTED PLOUGHS. ALSO, FIRST AND SECOND AWARDS OF MERIT AT THE MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. FIRST AWARD, ASHBURTON INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. P. AND D. DUNCAN, 456 a Christchurch. Gr°° D CLOTHES for winter wear, JfUST LANDED, now I’ve got. JpROM West of England fair—"PLIGHT, Dark, or any sort "pj'NSURPASSED they are, I’m sure, jgY any in this Town ; ~|~ i 00K in and view them o’er, any day you’re down, Lublow ’s on the door. G. J. F. LUBLOW. If you want a Winter Suit Go to LUBLOW If you want a Good Fitting Suit Go to LUBLOW If yon wan' • Good Wearing Suit , Go to LUBLOW If yon want a Business Suit ' Go to LUBLOW If you want a Dress Suit Go to LUBLOW If you want Suits that wont wear out Ge to LUBLOW In: fact, if you want Suiting, Go to LUBLOW Please Note the Address, and give him a call before ordering your goods elsewhere— G. J. F. LUBLOW, PRACTICAL TAILOR, &0., EAST S T R B E T, Ashburton. 718 a G REAT REDUCTION WATCHES. IN J. S. QUINN, Watchmaker, Easi street, Ashburton, having received a large stock of English gold and silver Watches, will offer the same at the following Reduced Prices, viz :—Rotherham’s gold hunting Levers from £lB Rotherham’s silver Levers from £6 10s ; Ehrhardt’a silver English Lever from £6 10s; gold Genevas (ladies’ watches) from £3 10s; Waltham watches, in English oases, from £4; American watches from £2 ss; two years’ guarantee given. Also, , a choice selection of Colonial-made Jewellery, Brooches, Earrings, Dress Rings, &0., set with Australian rubies, at corre- J spondingly low prices. Particular attention paid to [the repairing of every description of Watch, Clock,; and Jewellery. Guaranteed, for 12 .months. Pebble and other Spectacles to suit all sights. 308 a THE Undersigned, in (banking his numerous friends and customers for the very liberal'Support accorded him during the past ten months, has much pleasure in informing them that h6’ has sold his business of Baker, Confectioner, etc., to Mr James Ranges, who will continue it on and after May 30th, 1881, on his own account,, and would bespeak for his successor a continuance of those favors so liberally bestowed on him. A. O. AITKEN, , Saunders’ Buildings. With reference to the above, JAMES RANGER trusts that by supplying GOOD BREAD at a reasonable price, combined withmrility and attention, he .will merit the suppoti aceorded t 6 his predecessor. ' Ashburton, May 27,1881. 921

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 385, 2 July 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 385, 2 July 1881

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