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Wanted. A N T E D . TENDERS for FENCING about 10J chains in the town ; post and one rail. Tenders to be sent to the undersigned by 4 p.m. on THURSDAY, 3rd inst. CHARLES BRADDELL, 13d Burnett street. WANTED. —Two Gentlemen want comfortable BOARD and LODGING, at a private house, in or near town. Address at once, stating terms and all particulars, to Door-Key, Office of this Paper. 919 c WANTED KNOWN.—SPRING AND SOMMER MILLINERY. MISS YERRALL is now Showing her First Display of Spring Millinery. Colombo street (opposite Cookham House.) ANTED KNOWN— John Dudley, Moore street, still receives orders for Chimney Sweeping, and every attention paid to such orders. Established 1877. Remember the Address —John Dudley, Moore street. 423 c XTTANTED KNOWN —The GRAND w DIVISION of New Zealand, Sons of Temperance, will honor Ashburton with their presence on November 7. 904 c ANTED KNOWN—That Robert Elston, Burnett street, Ashburton, having procured the Newest Apparatus, is prepared to SWEEP CHIMNEYS at very low rales. Any orders left at the Town Hall will receive prompt attention. WANTED, on November 7, 10,000 Critics to give their opinion onjthe merits of the Sons of Temperance Tea Fight. 903 c WANTED KNOWN.—Just received a consignment of “Novelties,” together with new, rare and generally esteemed varieties of Flower Seeds, annual and perennial, in addition to those catalogued. Those of my customers who have not had their orders for Garibaldi Bulbs, Carnations, &c., will oblige by calling for he same. A very fine stock of beddingout Plants will be ready in September and October. W. Gimblett, Colombo street, Christchurch. SSOc "YTTAN TED—Everybody to come and V\ hear Mr Jago speak on the Temperance Question, in the Templar Hall, on November 7. 902 c

Special Advertisements. fJIHE GENERAL ELECTION. JUST ARRIVED. CORRUPT PRACTICES PREVENTION, 1881, AND REGULATION OF ELECTIONS ACTS, 188 1, NOW ON SALE AT THE GUARDIAN OFFICE, WEST STREET. NEW ZE ALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY (LIMITED). AN AGENCY has this day been OPENED at Ashburton, ■with Mr Walter B. Moss in charge. TEMPORARY OFFICE—CORNER OF WEST AND HAVELOCK STREETS. JOHN COOKE, Manager. Christchurch, October 1, 1881. 782 c JJI H E NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory, noted throughout the Colony for the beatfitting and Genuine Well-made CLOTHING Of Every Description, are the LARGEST PRIZE-TAKERS At the Dunedin Industrial Exhibition, having been awarded FIRST ORDER OF MERIT, AND ALSO HIGHLY COMMENDED BY THE INTELLIGENT JURORS. One trial will prove the Superior Quality of all Products. A SINGLE GARMENT AT THE WHOLESALE PRICE, Branches at all the principal Towns. HATS, HOSIERY, SHIRTS, BLANKETS, RUGS, TWEEDS, At Wholesale Prices. NEW SEASON’S GOODS NOW SHOWING. Ashburton Retail Branch ; East Street. 692 c W. SPARROW, Cianch Manager.

H. MESSENGER, OF HIS LORDSHIP’S LARDER, In thanking his numerous country patrons, and the public generally, for past favors, begs to intimate that, having completed extensive alterations and improvements, he is now in a position to offer them unequalled accommodation. The increased accommodation for Ladies is a special feature in the improvements. W. H. M. also begs to add that in addition to the above he has made provision, from the First day of November next, to supply a want long felt in Christchurch, viz.:— A GRILLED CHOP OR STEAK, At any hour of the day, which will be accompanied with i Glass of Bass’s celebrated Bottled Ale. FOR ONE SHILLING. Dinners, Banquets, Ball Suppers, Wedding Breakfasts, and Picnics provided for, in the very best possible style. W. H. MESSENGER, 987 c Purveyor.

John Meech, PRACTICAL CABINETMAKER, UPHOLSTERER, &c., BURN ET T STREET, Opposite the Mail Office. Cheapest House in Town for New and Secondhand Furniture. All kinds of Furniture repaired or exchanged. GOOD PRICE GIVEN FOR SECONDHAND FURNITURE. 316 c

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 490, 1 November 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 490, 1 November 1881

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