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Business Not IT Opposite the Bail Openeb June 18, Biggs and PROPRIETO B. and R. begs to inforn friends and the public gem have opened a GENERAL S In Jones and Bradshaw’s opposite the Railway Si and solicit a share of the j CH E A TEAS! TEAS! ! ' Of the Best Ble SUGARS! SUGARS!! At remarkably Low CLOTHING ! CLOTHING ! CLO And HARDWARE! HAI HARDWARE At Prices not to be r B. and R. ’s Cart is now in the outlying districts. BIGGS AND RE “ rjIAKE TIME BY LOCK.” The exigencies of coloni especial consideration by a ll do with the supply of the cc This fact Robert Mi PRACTICAL WATCH . MAKER, JEWELL East street, Ashr speedily realised, after a si: of New Zealand. He thei noting the different lequh people in regard to his < profession, and the result v home an order for a c WATCHES DIRECT FROM ENG suited for colonial wear, levers made to his express with all the latest improver prootected by extra heavy « minute care bestowed on keeping. That consignn within a month, another f third has just been opened torhich was bespoken. The special-class goods compare with the usual second-rate market. Attention is called to Jewellery, and English F and to the fact that REPAIRING are done or and GUARANTEED. R. MURRAY’S SH( SPICUOUS by the “ REG his own manufacturfe whi place in his window, and authority on mean time to i Donald Willi GENERAL STORE; East street, Ashbi TT AS always on i

NEW INDUSj.. asphalt. JAMES BRADLEY is pr orders for ASPHALT moderate rates. All orders to be left at tl srreet. All work kept in rep; months.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 400, 20 July 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 400, 20 July 1881

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