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Wanted. WANTED— To APPRENTICE at once, a respectable Youth, aged 12 ; the Bootmaking or any light trade preferred. Apply, E. A. Garnett, Hairdresser, CaEAelstreet^Clirißtchi^k_3^^ WANTED A First-class General SERVANT. Apply, Mrs John Okr, Alford Forest Road. TS7ANTED KNOWN—To stop argu- » » ment, twenty persons can testify that Miss Griffin and Miss Cotton were the BELLES of the Farmers’ Ball on Tuesday last. 362 c ANTED TO PURCHASE A small HOTEL BUSINESS near Ashburton. Apply to S. Saunders. 359 c ANTED to PURCHASE —A SECTION, with a three or fourroomed House. Address by letter, stating price and locality, to Box No. 54, PostOffice, Ashburton. 363 c ANTED—2O,OOO Bushels of GRAIN to Crush, at 2d per bushel. Mayo and Hunt. 201 c W" “ANTED KNOWN—^That the Undersigned is prepared to put and keep in ORDER GARDENS, by the day or year, at very low rates. Apply, J. Lino, Mayo’s Block. 185 c ANTED KNOWN—That Miss Verrall is now showing her Winter Stock of Millinery, Drapery &c. Stay and Corset Manufacturer. Dressmaking done on Premises, Colombo street, opposite Cookham House. 630 a WANTED EVERBODY to know that HORSE COVERS can be bought for 17s 6d (former price, 255), at S. Stephens’, Saddler, Tinwald. 726 a ANTED BUYERS—Terms to suit purchasers. 1 Smith Organ, 6 stops, powerful, secondhand. 1 Mason and Hamlin Cabinet Organ, 5 stops, sweet tone, secondhand. 1 Bord Pianette, cheap for cash. 1 Broad wood do., L 26 cash. Dresden Models, newest style. Brinsmeads, bicord, 7 octaves, in plain case. H. J. Weeks, Dealer in Musical Instruments, Cameron Street West. 931 a ANTED KNOWN—That Robert Elston, Burnett street, Ashburton, having procured the Newest Apparatus, is prepared to SWEEP CHIMNEYS at very low rates. Any orders left at the Town Hall will receive prompt attention. 81c

WANTED KNOWN.—Young Ladies’ Journal, Is 7d ; Bow Bells, Is 7d; Family Reader (Monthly), Is 2d ; (Quarterly)do., 2s 2d; Family Herald, Is ; London Journal, ls4d ; &c., &c. A large assortment of School Books and Stationery of every description. Hymn and Prayer Books, &c., &c. Subscribers wanted for. every Newspaper and Periodical published. Books, Piece Music, &c., not in stock can be supplied to order, at lowest prices. L. F. Andbewes, Bookseller, Stationer, and General Newspaper Agent, East street South. 953 a WANTED KNOWN. Ashburton REGISTRY OFFICE for Male and Female Servants.— L. F. Andbewes begs to inform the public of Ashburton and surrounding districts that he has opened the above. Male and Female Servants of all classes provided. Employers requiring servants and all persons with good recommendations, who are in want of situations, are requested to apply to L. F. Andbewes, Labor Agent, Bookseller and Stationer, East street South. N.B. Orders by post or otherwise promptly attended to. 102 c Special Advertisements. T^rURSE. —Mrs Pauling begs to in--1>( timate that she has opened a Private Nursing Establishment and Hospital for Ladies and Gentlemen, and is prepared to receive Ladies to Nurse who require medical attention. Address Moore street, near Presbyterian Manse. 104 c

AND LARGE DISCOUNTS. 4s. in the £ RETURNED to all Customers purchasing Mens’ or Boys’ Clothing, For this Month only, EVERETT BROS., Havelock street. Two Shillings in the Pound returned to all customers purchasing in Mercery, Dresses, Manchester, Millinery, and Fancy Departments. SAVE 2s in the £ or 10 per cent, on purchases, 4s in the £ or 20 per cent. Revised edition of the new TESTAMENT now on sale by L. F. Andrewes, Bookseller, Stationer, &c., East Street South. 338 c ENIGMA. —What am I? Pray say—and you may, if you try. I’m seen in the forehead, the cheek, and the eye ; I’m seen in the smile which illumines your face, I’m first in endeavor all sorrow to chase. In Carson’s Fruit Warehouse I always reside—l couldn’t remove from his trade if I tried. I’m in pineapples, pears, and in oranges, too—nice fruits in variety waiting for you. Pray notice, I’m always expected to be—and 1 am—in the now famous pure blended tea. I'm in pickles, in sauces, in coffee, in spice, in lollies and sweetmeats, and everything nice. In general groceries, plain to be seen, with goods of first quality, fit for the Queen. In gratitude which, for past favors, I feel, and favors to come only more will reveal. I’m found in good value, which still may be had at CARSON’S, who says he will always be glad to welcome new comers as well as old friends, and this invitation accordingly sends ; and prejudice only could make it a crime to do so in form of enigma and rhyme. Now name what I am. You will easily guess ; and, pray, when you do, don’t forget the address. Try Carson’s Fruit Warehouse, between the two banks, where there’s always good value for money, with thanks. Sole Agent for Nelson, Moate, A Co. ’s Pure Blended Teas, in boxes and packets (see advertisement and handbills). 3c TINWALD COAL AND FIREWOOD DEPOT—R. S. BEAN (late of Mongomery and Co. limited) having taken the Coal Business of Mr Joseph Clark, begs to inform the inhabitants of Tinwald and surrounding districts that he is prepared to sell Coal, Firewood, Post and Rails, Stakes, at the lowest cash prices, and hopes," by doing so, to obtain a fair share of support, N.B. — Orders taken for Bricks, Cement, Lime, Timber, &c. 356 c TENDERS will be received by the Undersigned up to noon on TUESDAY Next, for ALTERATIONS and ADDITIONS to Cottage. Joseph Ivess. 3660 Hayes’ fJIIMBER YARDS. Fresh supplies of Building Timber at from 12s per 100 ft, sup. Fresh Supplies of Black Pine and mixed Firewood at from 27s per cord. Fresh supplies of SHORT WOOD cut from 30a per Cord ; Also, Totara Shingles, Flooring, Lining, &0., 1 sawn and split Totara. Posts and Stakes in j any quantities. 1 ALPHEUS HAYES, I TIMBER MERCHANT, ] ■ Ashburton. " 367 1

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 408, 29 July 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 408, 29 July 1881

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