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SpesUil> Advertisements. RBEAYEN begs to inform the in1, habitants of Ashburton and the surrounding district that -ho will COMMENCE BUSINESS on SATURDAY NEXT, as General Stationer, Bookseller, Fancy Goods, Toys, &c. The largest and best selection of Literature, &c., ever offered for sale in the district. The best goods, choice selection, and extremely moderate prices, being the proprietor’s raoto, ho hopes thereby to merit a fair share of public patronage. Note ths time and address— SATURDAY, JULY iith. SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, Next the Guardian Office, East street. 206 c Pianos. Pianos. PIANOS, HARMONIUM S, and AMERICAN ORGANS For Sale on deferred payments. Also, on Hire, 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 of same. H. M. JONES, Stationbb and Bookselleb, East street and Baring Suuare. 365 a THE Undersigned has ON SALE several parcels of choice SEED WHEAT. FREDK. PAYITT, 169 c East street. B ONE Bone Bust ON small quantities. £5 10s per ton. 1950 DUST SALE, in large or Prices, £6 10s and i MAYO & HUNT. Y. *• ZEALAND RAILWAYS. DUNEDIN INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, CLOSING ON I2TH INST. SPECIAL NIGHT TRAINS AT EXCURSION FARES. A Special Night Train will leave Christchurch for Dunedin at 8.40 p.ra. on FRIDAY, Bth inst. (taking up passengers at any station where required up to Oamaru), arriving at Dunedin at 8 a.m. following day ; and a return night train will leave Dunedin for Christchurch on MONDAY, 11th inst., at 9.20 p.m._ The former will leave Ashburton at 10.55 p.m. Fares for return journey (to Dunedin and back), two thirds of ordinary second class single fares. This from Ashburton will be 19s lOd. Passengers will only bo booked at these cheap fares by the Friday Night Special, but passengers so booked may return by Monday's Express or Special Night Trains. W. M. HANNAY. < Traffic Superintendent. Traffic Superintendent’s Office, Dunedin, 6th July, 1881. . 210 c

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 388, 6 July 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 388, 6 July 1881

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