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- - w= ices. JSFfcTSa .q'f-t/q Spatricj] CLLiOTi".. i. , *■’' 1 ■ : V;. , *. - ■ ■' ,i duBL/t. i. rrf- . D. F. will pay .the same attention in Itttnn to hia Order Trade, as hitherto. a ->o All descriptions of/[BOOTS and SHOES s; i; Blade to cider,. at, reasonable pnoea. A ~ v,:.r.'Bnod fit guaranteed.' A well selected Stoek of Boots and-Shoes of every kind ■e. Always on hand. 586 a -*iv; dhaff, Chaff, Chaff ASHBtJRTON CORN & CHAFF JTf-•,» STORE, - -|TAS ALWAYS ON HAND—“f* ‘ FLOUR - £ ■ STRAW . ■< '3 HAY 3 OATS BRAN SHARPS : OHAST CRUSHED: OATS U POTATOES, .. 2 I " h ' ' ' BEANS ■ § 3 PEAS ■ ** CARROTS, &c., &c., inLargeor Small Quantities, at Lowest Prices.' ; ' lTo*o the Address— NEXT EVERETT BROS., ' 548 a Havelock street, Ashburton. o 'I I « § M .Iks I DI 0 A L HALL; A S H B U R.T O N. WgfA-HT.THTrBP 1874. J. M. CAMBRIDGE, CHEMIST. PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO THE PURITY OF DRUGS. THTRTTT CAREFULLY EXTRACTED. r PRESCRIPTIONS. ;•h >i accurately prepared. Open.on Sundays, 10 to ,11 am., 3to 3 and 7 to 8 p.m. n." 930 a:a‘iA;sa :m U / 1 George ‘ Tiickett, . to./ O. T M A X B R, -"'"""bogs'leave 1 to thank hia customers and . ‘ «aTJf' rfriends/for the' support he has hitherto' TT in Ashburton; also, to inform. -ii«H dheni he has REMOVED to MOUNT 1 st£S SOMERS,"where he hopes- to receive a jJ A lApr9 r o£, public patronage., ,AU liespoke m the premises. Repaint promptly attended to. Note the Address—8' S"R' 1,1 /■ ■ G. TRIOKETT, Mount Somers. 1»« j tflT r U.K BNTAL MAS ON, Manohestersicaet south, and Bar : atrebt (hear the Cemetery), Christ-bhuTOh-.A large;stock of' Head-Stones, Tbhlbs, and Monuments always' on hand. — ! —i forwarded bn application. : For particvf*~« apply 1 to A. •. .Tarsi Ashburton. 323 a .xotjSFRINGFIELD coal. ffms SPLENDID COAL may be JU ordered .in large and small quan.'[add *'aH,orders) wjll be promptly executed. Cfa 1 : 1 / f:C. A- ULRICH, .iirl Cobb& CJo/sOfiioe, Cathedral Square Christchurch. ; Agent for Springfield Coal Co. [Limited.] m 'hlu-'i r-i-.nr > Kj| i,i M«T< TtTEW ZEALAND LABOR JX EXCHANGE If atataonlwddftrß, farmers, and householders wjll send their orders to me, I - wilFghariuitee to supply them with firat7B2LijoSm<\ hudel servants, Vdanble or . treble bnd ptoiqjhmen, teamsters,. married to milk,‘and domestic *95 with good references. Having no h-z'ihad ,2s years’ Colonial, experience, my can be relied " on—JAMBS McJXJNALD, Manchester street sontb, 4', ''T7''T .1 v'‘ GRATEFUL COMFORTING l3£'?,S*l!: OOCOAJ BREAKFAST. sad nutrition, and by a careful r . , appbcation of tfe fine, properties of well Jmad breakfast tables with a delicately XA » “.tj tlfc ins use of suoh anides of diet that ten&6i subtle, around ns ready' to er r there .£» a weak poinL .escape many n fetal shaft by “—ves well fortified witfepdre Irame.— #htenorminE m*\ '[aTHtb CHSiDBr,; iM I ''" RG^r .30 ere-fioating 6001 AND

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 388, 6 July 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 388, 6 July 1881

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