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MISS BU-KMAN, French milliner and dressmaker, Begs to thank the ladies of Ashburton for their patronage, and to inform them that she has now received the latest Styles from London and Paris. Mourning and Wedding orders executed with her usual taste and style. Ladies making up their own materials can hiave their patterns cut and fitted at a moderate charge. Also, Ladies’ Riding Habits, Jackets, Children’s Costumes, and Boys’ Suits, with full instructions for making up. Address— MISS BUCKMAN, AITKEN STR E E*T, (Near the High School) Ashburton. APPRENTICES WANTED. B. Gr. Buxton, ERCHANT TAILOR, TANCRED STREET, Adjoining Fowler’s Buildings. Joseph Clark, Grain merchant, Ashburton and Tinwald, Mr Joseph Clark announces to Grain Dealers and Farmers that he has OPENED a Branch Office in Best street, Ashburton, for the purpose of carrying on the Business of a Grain Merchant, Stock and General Commission Agent. Highest price given for Grain. Storage at lowest current rates. JOSEPH CLARK, East street, Ashburton, 192 c S THE undersigned beg to advise their numerous Customers of the arrival of a large consignment of NEW AND GENUINE SEEDS Of all kinds, for both Farm and Garden. These will be sold at the Lowest Rates. SEALY BROS., SEEDSMEN AND NURSERYMEN, East Street, Ashburton. 707< TO BUTCHERS, FELLMONGERS FARMERS, & OTHERS. WE ARE CASH PURCHASERS OP HIDES, CALFSKINS, PELTS, HORSE HIDES, PIGSKINS, &c. LIGfLTBAND, ALLAN, & CO. : Hereford street, Christchurch £St Coffee Palace, No. 1. OLD POST OFFICE, CHRIST CHURCH. 0 D FISH SUPPERS 0 D STEAKS and CHOPS from the 6RILI Every Night. Open always from 7 a.m., till Midnight ftcLv; M• Ev Ai-:'L'i Si -:(j 6d. "■ Cup of Tea or Coffee 3 Cafe au lait ® . 954)

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 495, 7 November 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 495, 7 November 1881