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Special AdvertisementsBBEAVEN begs to inform the in- ( ■. habitants of Ashburton and the surrounding district that he will COM- ] MENCE BUSINESS on SATURDAY i NEXT, as General Stationer, Bookseller, < Fancy Goods, Toys, &c. _ , 1 The largest and best selection of Liters- ] ture, &c., ever offered for sale in the dis- ( trict. The best goods, choice selection, and extremely moderate prices, being the proprietor’s moto, he hopes thereby to merit a fair share of public patronage. Note the time and address — SATURDAY, JULY iith. SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, Next the Guardian Office, East street. 206 c Pianos. Pianos. PIANOS, HARMONIUMS, 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, Stationer and Bookseller, East street and Baring Square. 365 a B ONE DUST. Bone Bust ON SALE, in large or small quantities. Prices, £6 10s and £5 10s per ton. 195 c MAYO & HUNT. T Hayes’ IMBER YARDS. Balance of Short Firewood unsold at auction sale will be SOLD CHEAP, for cash, in order to clear it. ALPHEUS HAYES. FRESH SUPPLIES of TIMBER, &c., to hand, 608 a Dr James Murdoch, HAYING taken the House in Bur- . , . __ nett street, at present occupied by Mr Cambridge, Chemist, will COMMENCE PRACTICE in Ashburton, on MONDAY, 6th June, 1881. 951 a ICTURSE.—Mrs Pauling begs to in--I\| t imate that she has opened a Private Nursing Establishment and Hospital for Ladies and Gentlemen, and is propared to receive Ladies to Nurse who require medical attention. Address Moore street, near Presbyterian Manse. 104 c 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 ho hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage. Every description of Boots and Shoes made to order on the shortest notice. 199 c Repairs neatly executed. N O UN E R C E, The friends of Mr Purchas are respectfully informed that the Funeral of his late wife will leave his residence, East street, TO-MORROW, at 11 o’clock a.m. W. DAVIS, 240 c Undertaker. HUNT CLUB. HOUNDS MEET on WEDNESDAY. Time and place in to-morrow’s papers. 241 c WANTED MAN as GenerallyUseful. Quill’s Hotel.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 392, 11 July 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 392, 11 July 1881

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