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HE-cry is “ Still they come,” and the world seems to think I was right when I insisted on it, and tried to prove that Ashburton is “ the best place in New Zealand by far.” I hope everyone will find it so, and I take this opportunity to again thank my many kind friends for their past favors, and to assure them and the public generally that I shall, iu these; days of competition, do my level best to, keep in the front—by attention, civility, and by giving good value. SeasonableFruits, consignments constantly arriving, also on view a choice lot of sugar-cured. haras and bacon, a further consignment' of the celebrated Blended TEAS, the praise of which is on the lips of so many as well as in my advertisement. H. M. Carson’s New Fruit and Italian Warehouse (next Bank of New Zealand), East street. Sole Agent for Nelson, Moate, & Co.’s Pure Blended Teas. 3c

THE NEW GROCERY ESTABLISH-: MENT, ASHBURTON. MONEY SAVED IS MONEY GAINED; Andrew Orr Has much pleasure in informing the public that he has OPENED those premises lately occupied by Mr John Fowler, Tancred street, as a GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT. A.O. would state that his object in starting this New Branch of Business, is to enable his Drapery Customers to have evety airticle required for household from one establishment, without the necessity of openirigse veral accounts. Families waited upon weekly for orders. It is needless to quote prices, as every article will be of the best quality, and at CASH PRICES. A trial respectfully solicited. Good BUTTER and EGGS purchased in any quantity. ANDREW ORR, East stbeet, Ashbukton. The Cheap Drapery Sale still going onj at the premises, East street, (next Union Bank). 9570 |

L Z B R 0 S., COACH BUILDERS (Late in the employ of Baker and Brown), Wills street, Next Cookson’s Stables, Beg to announce to the public that they, have COMMENCED BUSINESS in th«i> above line, and hope to supply a want which has long been felt. Having worked in the principal shops in Christchurch and Dunedin, combined with five years experience in the County of Ashburton, they are prepared to executed Orders in firstclass style for Buggies, Waggonettes, Waggons,, Traps, Carts, etc., etc,, at Moderate Prices. Special attention will be devoted to. all Repairs entrusted to r their care; Second-hand Buggies, Waggons, and Traps bought, sold, and exchanged. All work guaranteed. Estimates 'given. 860 c UFFOLK BUTCHERY; BUTCHER, Begs to inform the Public of Ashburton Borough and County, that he is Supplying the Primest Meat at CHEAPEST RATES, for CASH. Roast Beef from ... 3d. to sd. Corned Beef from ... 2id. to 4d. Mutton ... *.. . ...; Tfd. to 3d. Sausages sd. to 6d. Contractors, Threshing Machine Proprietors, and Harvesters, supplied with very requisite. 912 c Havelock street, Ashburton. GL J. Martin,

pjpHE FUTURE OF NEW ZEALAND. As the future prosperity of these sunny isles depends in a great measure on the support which is given to colonial manufactures, A. Craighead & Co., MERCHANT TAILORS, Tancred steeet, Have determined to encourage the manufacture of Colonial Tweeds as much as the requirements of their business will permit. By following this course they will be enabled not only to foster the growth and development of the internal resources of New Zealand, but will also be enabled to offer to their friends, patrons, and the general public a very SUPERIOR article AT A MODERATE PRICE. To carry this idea to a practical issue they have just been favored with a large consignment of the CELEBRATED KAIAPOI TWEEDS, Manufactured to their special order for the coming season. As these Tweeds are equal, and in some respects superior, to anything of the same class that can be imported, they feel confident that, by strict attention to business, and by the exercise of their usual care in cutting and fitting, they will continue to give that satisfaction which their rapidly increasing business warrants them in believing they have given in the past. PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED, A. CRAIGHEAD AND CO. TIO THE FRONT.—In order to hie well up in good BOOTS and SHOES, for a little money, carefully read the following list of C. Hawkins’ Cash Prices that cannot be rubbed out. One visit to ] this shop will convince the Public of this important town Men’s watertights, 15s 6d ; shoes from 10a 6d ; E.S. from 13s 6d ; women’s kid boots from 7s 6d ; house boots from 4s 9d. Children's at all prices from Is. Note—C. HAWKINS, Ashburton and Tinwald. 998 c HAYING purchased Messrs T. R. , .Hodder and Co.’a STOCK OF ironmongery, glassware, EARTHENWARE, AND . GROCERIES, I will continue the business in the same premises, SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, and by keeping the very best quality of Goods, and selling at the very Lowest possible Price, everyone will find it to their advantage to deal with me. 1 have bought a line of Strong and Well-flavored TEAS, to arrive in a few days, which will be sold at 19s (guaranteed), Tea by the lb, 2s, 2s 6d, and 3s. There has never been anything like the 3s Tea in Ashburton before. I bought the Ironmongery, Glassware, etc., at a large discount under Cost Price, and will give my Customers the advantage. Orders left at the Shop will be delivered with despatch, and Families leaving their address will be waited upon regularly. Prime BUTTER and FRESH EGGS bought in any quantities. Robert Alcorn, i si.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 494, 17 November 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 494, 17 November 1881

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