Boarding? Soria jt ;;; house. Ini gopßeqi)§nce r ofr infl modatw# 9$ %e BchqßUv proprietor,. pas, liaken, ALBERT BO ABDISfO E a good table V^Ea| wa y® ,*>' la each. .Gooß.Accor Board a £1 per week; to meet the t Booms., for, families... jßem dreßS^UHA m^^B^CKL:E '’ Boarding ~ jHoiwe,' Im theßailway ’Statiop. ... IGTOBIAN BOARD; The ”•“* hid rid
JTOHE undersigned Jbegifi„^vifiaJJieir .'lf ** numerous Cnstomersof the.arrival of a lakge consignment’Of- L l - • LOINEW AND GENTTINt;;SEEpS Of all kinds,.for both Farra and Garden. 'These wfll.be sold at Do west Bates ’ . SEALY BROS., SEEDSMEN AND NURSERYMEN, East ‘ Street, Ashburton. ; "'V :;V : ./■ 7070 T MISS BUCKMAN, BENCH MILLINER AND DRESS MAKER, Begs to thank the ladies of Ashburton for thdir patronage, and to inform them that she has now ; received the latest Styles from London and Paris. Mourning and Weddin gord©reexeouted with'ber usual taste .and style. • Ladies making up their own materials can have their patterns cut and fitted at a moderate charge. ;. Also, Ladies’ Riding Habits, Jackets, ■ Children’s Costumes, and Boys’ Suits, 1 with full instructions for making up. Address— MISS BUCKMAN, C AIT KEN STREET, . , , (Near ,the High School) ■ t £ Ashburton. V, ■ APPRENTICES WANTED. ' INCEN T.\ & Light Family CO.’S BITTER 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 tests/And is now acknowledged to be, the i most and palatable drink ' offered to the public, ; I Wo supply it in hogsheads, barrels, half-hogsheads, and kilderkins, and' de- £ liver free in. Christchurch and suburbs, or 1 to any railway station in the Canterbury 1 Provincial District. i - ASHBURTON AGENTS 261 d JAMESON & ROBERTS. L Z B R O COACH BUILDERS S., (Late in the employ of Baker and Brown), , Wills street, Next Cookson’s Stables, Beg ;lo' announce to the public that they have COMMENCED BUSINESS in the above line, and hope to supply a want which has long been felt. Having worked in the principal shopsin Christchurch and Dunedin, ci mbined with five years experience in tl e County of Ashburton, they are prepun d 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 their care. Second-hand Buggies, Waggons, and Traps bought, sold, and exchanged.!' All work guaranteed. Estimates given.': 860 c w. H. MESSENGER, OF HIS LORDSHIP’S LARDER, In thanking his numerous country patrons, and the public generally, for past favors, begs to intimate that, having completed extensive alterations and improvements, he is now in a position to offer them unequalled accommodation. The , increased accommodation for Ladies is a special feature in the improvements. W. H. Mi also begs to add that in addition to the above he has made provision, from the First day of November, next, to supply a want lofig felt in Christchurch, viz.:— A GRILLED CHOP OR STEAK, At any hour of the day, which 'will be accompanied with a Glass of Bass’s Celebrated Bottled Ale. FOR ONE SHILLING. Dinners, Banquets, Balk Suppeis, i Wedding Breakfasts, and Picnics pro- • Tided for, in the very best possible style. ’ • K v W, H. MESSENGER, ; i 987 c Purveyor. I il;j . .1-' : ! r—- !•. iWANTED KNOWNr-That; Yisiting i‘ iVp.- 1 -!Cards, piyd'Anr' mbtiriiihW, pan be obtained printed in various l styles, atihe “ Guardian ’hiiffioe, Station.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881
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