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Boarding How * REALLY GOOI HOUSE Directly opposite the Burnett Street, Good Breakfast, Good Dinner, Good Tea, and IV to suit the convenience o people from the country. The best place in the to for quiet and comfort. MRS MUT (Late of the Ashburi The A 1 Resi Phillip harper timate to his old I Public generally, that he Commodious Premises in 1 known as the A 1 Res SUPERIOR ACCOMMi be obtained by all who f visit. Board and Lodging, £1 Board only, 13s per wc Single Beds and Meals, Meals at all he Don’t forget the PHILLIP H A 1 RESTAXJ] Tancred sxri Ashburton PANAMA (late ansteb Tancred street, As The undersigned begs pubic that he has REMO Prince Albert Dining-rooi commodious Boarding-hou occupation of Mr Anstee, to merit the same patre upon him as heretofore. ROOM. S 945 a PRINCE ALBERT B HOUSE. In consequence of insu modation at the Echo Dini proprietor has taken ALBERT BOARDING H a good table will always be Is each. Good Accon Boarders and Travellers, ai £1 per week, to meet the t Rooms for families. Rem dress— Charles Truckle, Boarding House, next Stables, and close to the R JpOOD FOR THE THE A 1 RESTAURANT It Beats the Christchurch Hot Pies and Coffee Mince Meat and Coffei Meals It is close to the Railw don’t forget to run over w stops. A smart waitress in Business Noti JOHN F O GROCER, DRAPER, S MERCHANT Tancred street, As JOHN FOWLER begs i his old friends and custom' again RESUMED BUST old site, Tancred street, : Moderate Charges and evei customers to merit a share Also, TO LET SHOP & DWELLIN' Lately occupied by J. R. ( JJOUNT SOMER W. H. PUDDICOM Take this opportunity of customers for the very 1 accorded them since comme and now beg to notify that i encouraged to make extensi the store and largely incre; which will enable residents Somers and surroundini obtain every requisite wit make a long journey to Christchurch. Drapery, Ironmongery, of every i lowest rates. A cart gc

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 392, 11 July 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 392, 11 July 1881

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