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Business Notices. F !e n >. e t > a I oi t 3 f [ 3 t r r l R E-COMMENCEMENT BUSINESS. 01 The uhdersigned begs to notify to hii numerous customers that he has taken th< Shop lately occupied by S. W. Alcorn in 'Wills street, adjoining the old pro nudes, where he will carry on th« SADDLERY BUSINESS heretofore, James Tait, SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER, Saunders’ Buildings, Wills street. 265 d THE cry is “ Still they come,” and the world seems to think I was righi 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. Seasonable Fruits, consignments constantly arriving, also on view a choice lot of sugar-cured hams 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, <fe Co.’s Pure Blended Teas. 3c TVTEYBR BE DOWN IN THE DUMPS. Fortune may favor, though she may frown; Bright morning comes after the night, And no matter how long a good man may be down, He’ll rise if he sticks to the right. In the game of our lives, though the “ deuce ” is to play. We all have our chances of “ trumps,” “Fair dealing” if you would “count honors,” we say, And never be down in the dumps. The oldest of men tell us life is a span, Though the “lane without turning” seems long ; When sadness creeps into the heart of a man He should hurry it out with a song. Though the road be so rough that the progress is slow, Though our knees may be aching with bumps, ’Twill; be changed if a little further we go, 'Bo never be down in the dumps. Should folk disappoint—say, your tailor, to wit, With separate garment or suit, Visit G. J. F. Lublow for perfection in fit, . And saving your money to boot. He’ll suit you with all that is novel and rare, And prove himself a regular “ trump,” For giving both cheapness and thorough good wear, So never be clown in the dumps. To give Stylish and Reliablo Materials, Perfect Fit, and unmistakable Cheapness, is the state of perfection attained in the Clothing supplied by G. J. F. Lublow. The variety of Coatings and Tweeds to be'seen at his establishment is, moreover, the most complete and extensive in •Canterbury. Gentlemen cannot do other than right in obtaining their dress for thdmselves and their sons at Gr. J. F. Fnblow’s, EAST STREET, Ashburton. 718 a Orr and Co., TRONMONGERS /ND IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Would invite attention to their large and varied Stock, especially to the following lines now landing, viz : : Raw and Boiled Oils Genuine White Lead, 281bs and lewt • kegs Varnish in J, and 1 gallons Lamp Black Raddle Seaming Twine Ink Powder Sponge Baths Ranges and Grates American Stoves Fendeis and Fire Irons Colonial Ovens Locks and Hinges Preserving Pans E. P. Cruets and Mugs E. P. Pickle Jars Table Cutlery Sheap She ,rs , Turkey Stones Carpenters’ Tools Builders’ Ironmongery ; Furnishing Ironmongery Spades and Forks l Shovels and Rakes i 100 kegs Wire Nails ; Wire Netting i Barbed Fence Wire Fencing Wire (plain), Nos. 8,9, "and 10 Foes and Grubbers Caster Oil Lard Oil Colza Oil Engine Packing Engine Flue Brushes , Machine Oil (New Zealand production) I M'Oormick Reapers and Binders j 30 tons Binding Wire I 202 Bales Cornsacks, full size j All extras for M'Cormick Machines ! . Scott Bros. ’ Ranges at Christchurch j ' prices i Crompton’s Ranges at Christchurch 3 prices ? GROCERIES. , We would invite the attention of families 1 and all who wish to buy in quantities any ‘ of the following goods, to the fact that we ( hold very large stocks, and are prepared i to sell at lowest wholesale prices. TEA We are now making a speciality of, and can supply the pure article, combining strength and flavour, at from Is 9d to 3s per lb. COFFEE. Fresh ground Mocha Coffee (loose) car be had, pure or mixed, with locally pree pared Chicory. To buy the article in thif g way effects a great saving, as the tins an e weighed with all tinned coffee, which adds -■ 20 per cent to the price, d t- SUGAR. d 10 TONS WHITE AND YELLOW CRYSTAL. m TOBACCO. > e TWIST, NAIL ROD AND CABLI sf TWIST. 0 Soap, Candles, Currants Raisons, Rice Salt, and every article in the trade of the best quality and at lowest price. id __ ORR AND CO. ie lis P.S.t—China and i Glassware at Jo Prices.^ 0

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881

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