Busmens Notices. JJE-OPENINg' NOTICE. Geo. Trickett Desires to inform his old customers and the public of Ashburton generally that he intends to Re-Open the shop near the Royal Hotel in a few days, where he will keep a well-selected Stock of Boots and Shoes. Particulars in further announcement. GEO. TRICKETT (Opposite Hye’s Tinsmith shop), 153 d Moore street. SPECIAL TELEGRAM. —‘‘Parihaka, November 18,1881. —To MrThomas Chambers, Ashburton.—Am convinced there’s nothing like leather. Please send up 3,000 pairs of your unrivalled stout Walking Boots. The Volunteers have worn out their shoe leather in marching upon Parihaka, and have hardly got a sound sole amongst them. You may also forward a pair of your Elastic Sides for Te Whiti, who wants something for Sunday wear.—(Signed)— Bryce.” Thomas Chambers’ BOOTS and SHOES secured First Prize at the Exhibition, and Christchurch and Ashburton Shows. Good fit guranteed, and prices strictly moderate. 141 d J AM A CASH PURCHASER OF Wool And will make ADVANCES Against same for Shipment on Owner’s acccount. Terms on application to JOSEPH CLARK, 142 d East street, Ashburton. LFORD BREWERY. Quinton Bros., BREWERS & BOTTLERS, NEAR THE OLD MEN’S HOME, ALFORD FOREST ROAD, ASHBURTON. Quinton Bros, beg to inform the public of Ashburton District that having completed their New Brewery at the above address, and engaged an experienced Brewer, they are now prepared to supply ALES and PORTER of firstclass quality, brewed from pure Malt and Hops. Having taken First Prizes at the Ashburton Agricultural and Pastoral Shows in 1879 and 1880, they trust this will be a sufficient guarantee of the quality of their Liquors. Family Trade will be specially attended to. QUINTON BROS., ALFORD BREWERY. 78d q a a Moo Ifl *— 3 ® § c n W-S o CO r 1 o s Pi o .c s w •iH ° ” to o - Ph < » 3? 3 W w M -2 M qj fl O o CD in w a 2 <B r* 1 a) o O M KH CS l-L O > kP U "*<A ns w w 3 03 Co a « s. 3qo <D HPh A. W. Eandell, WHOLESALE & RETAIL FRUITERER, GREENGROCER, & MARKET GARDENER, RIGHT SIDE TOWN HALL, Begs to inform the Public that he is now growing large supplies of superior Vegetables in his own garden, and selling the same at the Lowest Rates in Ashburton. All kinds of seasonable Fruits in stock. Also, Confectionery, Cordials, and Biscuits of superior quality. All orders delivered by own cart in Ashburton and suburbs. N. B.—Gardens, Belt Road, corner of N.E. and N.W. Belts, Ashburton. 112 d Henry Bowers, jyj-ILLER AND GRAIN MERCHANT, Begs to announce to Farmers and Contractors that he has OPENED a GENERAL STORE for supplying the following Goods, at a low rate FOR CASH : Flour (superfine), per 200Ibs 24s Od Flour, 2001bs 20s Od Flour, lOOlbs 10s Od Flour, 501bs. 5s 6d Bran, single sack 3s 4d Sharps ... 6s Od Oaten Chaff ... ... 2s 3d Good Chaff. 0s 9d Barley, per bushel ... 2s Od Chicken Wheat, per bushel 2s 3d Oats, per bushel 2s Id Potatoes, Carrots, Peas, Beans, Crushed Barley, Crushed Oats, Oatmeal, &c., fra. leaning, Dressing, and Grinding Wheat, lOd per bushel. ALBERT STORES, EAST STREET. HENRY BOWERS, ALBERT STEAM FLOUR MILLS, West street, 766 c Ashburton JOHN MOISON, Practical Boot and Shoe Maker, Fowler’s Buildings, Tancred street. All kinds and descriptions of Boots and Shoes, pegged and sewn, made on the premises. Extra attention paid to repairing. Moderate charges. G. A. Bindemann, Manufacturer of derated WATER, CORDIALS, &c. Address — G. A. Lindemann, ASrated Water and Ice Factory, corner of Montreal and Tuam streets. 358 c
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 1 December 1881
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