Boarding Houses, &c. PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE. ■ In consequence of insufficient accommodation at the Echo Dining Rooms, the proprietor has taken the PRINCE ALBERT BOARDING HOUSE, where a good table will always be kept. Meals Is each. Good Accommodation for Boarders and Travellers, at 16s, and £1 per week, to meet the times. Private Rooms for families. Remember the ad dress— Charles Truckle, Prince Albert Boarding House, Wills street, near the Railway Station. 944ft ~^ r ICTORIAN BOARDING HOUSE. The undersigned has now OPENED a Boarding House in Tancred street West, and hopes, by strict attention to the com fort of Customers, to merit a fair portion of the public patronage. Note the Address — N. D U FF, VICTORIAN BOARDING HOUSE, Adjoining Victorian Stables, TANCRED STREET. 438 c Business Notices. fJIHE LATE FIRE. The undersigned begs to notify that Messrs Acland Campbell and Co. have kindly placed their Grain Store at his disposal, and that the same will be opened as a temporary LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES on and after this date. Customers will find that they will receive the same attention, and their horses, etc., the same care as formerly. Note the Address— Edward Cookson, ACLAND, CAMPBELL & CO’S STORES, Peter street, near Quill’s Hotel, Ashburton. Dec. 1881. 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 c MISS BUCKMAN, French milliner and dress MAKER, 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 have their patterns cut and fitted at a moderate charge. Also, Ladies’ Biding Habits, Jackets, Children’s Costumes, and Boys’ Suits, with full instructions for making up. Address— MISS BUCKMAN, AITKEN STREET, (Near the High School) Ashburton. APPRENTICES wanted. Re-oommencement of BUSINESS. The undersigned begs to notify to his numerous customers that he has taken the Shop lately occupied by S. W. Alcorn, in Wills street, adjoining the old premises, where he will carry on the SADDLERY BUSINESS as heretofore. James Tait, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, Saunders’ Buildings, Wills street. 265 d •y INDENT & CO.’S Light Family i i » ) i >o B le le re le 88 sd HBITTER ALE. First Prize at the Christchurch Show, 1881. This ALE is brewed from the Choicest Malt and Hops, and is guaranteed to keep in eny climate. It has been subjected to the severest teats, and is now acknowledged to be the most wholesome and palatable drink offered to the public. We supply it in hogsheads, barrels, half-hogsheads, and kilderkins, and deliver free in Christchurch and suburbs, or to any railway station in the Canterbury Provincial District. ASHBURTON AGENTS—--261d JAMESON & ROBERTS. -|7J L Z BROS., 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 the above line, and hope to supply a wan! 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, thej are prepared to executed Orders in first class style for Buggies, Waggonettes, Waggons, Traps, Carts, etc.,etc., at Moderab Prices. Special attention will be devotee to all Repairs- entrusted to their care Secoud-hand Buggies, Waggons, am Traps bought, sold, and exchanged. A] work guaranteed. Estimates given. 860
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 503, 8 December 1881
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