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Easiness Notices JJULLO! WHAT’S THIS? A. Weston’s Agricultural, Pastoral, Commercial, and Fashionable HAIRCUTTING SALOON, Tahcred Street, Will open about the 17th inst. 6cl. HAIRCUTTING 6d. SHAVING—weII, as local industry is all the cry, and ought to be supported, Weston will shave you for s|d, but mind, no change. And if you grumble—what I do you think ho will shave you for nothing and give you a drink ? N.B.—A liberal discount to local bodies, families, schools, widows, orphans, &c. Ladies’ and girls’ hair cut and trimmed in the fashion. Hair Dyed any color. Invalids and others waited on at their residences, if required. Razors ground and set. 17e “ mAKE TIME BY THE FOREX LOCK.” The exigencies of colonial life require especial consideration by all who have to do with the supply of the colonial markets. This fact Robert Murray, PRACTICAL WATCH AND CLOCKMAKER, JEWELLER. &c., East street, Ashburton, speedily realised, after a short experience of New Zealand. He therefore set about noting the different icquirements of the people in regard to his own particular profession, and the result was that he sent home an order for a consignment of WATCHES DIRECT FROM ENGLAND, Specially suited for colonial wear. They were levers made to his express specifications, with all the latest improvements, specially prootected by extra heavy cases, and with 'minute care bestowed on accurate timekeeping. That consignment went off within a month, another followed, and a third has just been opened, a portion of which was bespoken. The prices of these special-class goods compare very favorably with the usual second-rate watches in the market. Attention is called to the Clocks, Jewellery, and English Plate in stock, and to the fact that all kinds _of REPAIRING are done on the premises and GUARANTEED. R. MURRAY’S SHOP is CONSPICUOUS by the “ REGULATOR ” of his own manufacture which occupies a place in his window, and serves an as authority on mean time to the town. Donald Williamson GENERAL STOREKEEPER, East street, Ashburton, HAS always on band a good assortment of General which he is prepared to sell for cash as cheap as any house in the trade. Clothing —ln addition to former large stock, has just received a consignment of Kaiapoi Tweed Suits and extra heavy Trousers, which will be sold at less than imported goods. Boots, of old celebrated make, in men’s, women’s, and children’s, at lowest rates. A well-assorted stock of Groceries, etc. Families in and about Town waited on weekly, or oftener if required, and as D. W. gives personal attention to the execution of all orders, customers may rely on getting just what they want in the best way possible. Wines and Spirits of the best brands. Celebrated Pultney Whisky. Implements.—Agent for P. &. D. Duncan, Christchurch, well-known makers. Everything at Christchurch prices, with carriage only added. QOALI COAL!! COAL! 11 The undersigned have just received a large supply of BEST NEWCASTLE And SPRINGFIELD COAL, Which they are Selling at lowest current rat€B ‘ MATSON, COX, & Co., 902 a West street. jp HOTOGRAPHY. Wanted everybody to know that this is my LAST WEEK in Ashburton, and all who wish to have a really GOOD and CHEAP PORTRAIT not to miss this op portunity, very seldom met with. Photo taken in the new uranium process warranted not to fade. Any House or Farm Photographed within ten miles from Ashburton. PROFESSOR DE LORIE, 919 a Photographer. Wm. Patching, East Street Ashburton, Tent, tarpaulin, and horse CLOTH MAKER. Horse Covers, all sizes. Men’s and Youths’Waterproof Clothing at reasonable prices. Canvas, Calico, and American Duck. Reaper and Binder Canvases Made and Repaired. Canvas and India-rubber Hosing. Sail, Twine, and Garden Lines, Plough Lines, Blocks, Hooks, and Thimbles. Flax and Manilla Rope, of all sizes, always in stock. Stack and Dray Covers at reduced prices. 687 a WM. PATCHING.__ NEW INDUSTRY. ASPHALTING. JAMES BRADLEY is prepared to take orders for ASPHALTING at very moderate rates. All orders to be left at the Works, Park , street. All work kept in repair for twelve 1 months. 386 Thos. Dudson, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, Burnett street, Ashburton. Persons visiting this Establishment can be supplied with every article of the trade at. lowest prices. 1,966* THOMAS DUDSON*

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 388, 6 July 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 388, 6 July 1881

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