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Special Advertisements. gPEOI AL NO TIO E. We have JUST OPENED TWO BALES of WHITE and COLORED BLANK E T S, Bought at a great discount, and which we have marked at MARVELLOUSLY LOW PRICES. Diecount of 2s allowed in every pound. EVERETT BROS., Havelock street. 822 a George St. Hill, 1 jgUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Bdknett street, Ashburton. ’ Plans prepared and Estimates given at the lowest rates. Terms as may bo arranged, i 409 a | Pianos. Pianos. P’ lANOS, HARMONIUMS, and AMERICAN ORGANS For Sale i on deferred payments. Also, on Hire, i as may be required. (Anyone hiring an ' instrument and subsequently wishing to Purchase within six months, the amount paid for hire may be applied to purchase i of same. , H. M. JONES, Stationer and Bookseller, ’ East street and Baring Square. 4 4 A LL work and no play makes Jack I xi. a dull boy,” consequently, beari ing the truth of this adage in mind, I Frederick Clark, > OF EAST STREET, I HAIRDRESSER, Has just imported a quantity of i NOVEL AND AMUSING GAMES ■ wherewith to while away the dragging t hours of winter nights. They meet the ’ requirements of both old and young, and , include playing cards, “ sqneezero,” Ac.; chess and draught men and boards, backgammon, dominoes, go-bang, race game, ( lotto, &c., &c. 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 1 of TOBACCO : —Nail Rod, Vanity Fair, > Ruby Twist, Twist, Ac., Ac. CIGARS ; and CIGARETTES : Havanna and Cuban, l Vanity Fair Cigarettes, Ac., &c., and a large selection of novelties in PIPEWARE. Haircutting, Shaving, and Shampooing Saloon, Montgomo’-v’n Buildings. 720 a 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 THE Undersigned has ON SALE several parcels of choice SEED WHEAT, FREDK. PAVITT, _l69c _ East, street. SHBURTON BOOKSTALL. ON SALE. “ Canterbury Times ” and Dailies Weekly and Daily “ Press ” “ Liberty ” Dunedin “ Witness ” and “ Times” “ Timaru Herald ’’ “ Ashburton Guardian ” and “ Mail ” “ Home News” “ Australasian ” Sealey’s Pamphlet on New Zealand, Latest Novels, Ac., Ac., Ac. CHARLES HAY, 188 c Proprietor. JgONE DUST. Bone Bust ON SALE, in large or small quantities. Prices, £6 10s and £5 10s per ton. 195 c MAYO A HUNT. OTICE OF REMOVAL. JOHN HARVEY, BOOT and SHOEMAKER, Begs to intimate to his numerous friends and customers that he has removed into his new Premises, next to the Panama House, TANCRED STREET, Where he hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage. _ Every description of Boots and Shoes made to order on the shortest notice. Repairs neatly executed. 199 c RESTAURANT. MR D. LAZARUS wishes to intimate to his friends and the public of Ashburton generally that, having built a first-class BOARDING-HOUSE in dose proximity to the Railway Station, he is now prepared to accommodate BOARDERS and TRAVELLERS on most reasonable terms. Free Supper on Opening Night, WEDNESDAY NEXT, when all are invited to partake of the Proprietor’s hospitality. the Address — BARING SQUARE, ASHBURTON. I9Bc ANTED KNOWN—Every descripyV tion of Plain and Fancy Printing executed on the shortest notice, at the Guardian Office, nearly opposite the Railway Station.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 387, 5 July 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 387, 5 July 1881

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