For Sale. J 1 O R SALE BRIGHAM’S MOWERS & REAPERS. JAMESON & ROBERTS, 314 d Ashburton.
r 0 R S Rural Section 28403 706 a Rural Section 28404—95 a 28r Rural Section 28405—103 a Irl3p Rural Section 28406—387 a2r 20p Rural Section 28407 —234 a 3r lOp All the above can be had as one compact Farm—is nearly all laid down _in English grass, and well fenced, with plenty of water. Apply, 213 d MATSON, COX & CO.
T O PRINTER MACHINE FOR SALE. S. FOR SALE Cheap, one Second-hand Double Demy Tape Printing MACHINE, in thorough working order, with rollers, moulds, &c., complete. MESSRS P. & D. DUNCAN, Wills street. 851 c Ashburton
N SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED. Andrews and Beaven’a celebrated Canterbury, Zealandia, and Australian Chaff Cutters, From £l3 upwards. Horse Gear from £lO 10a, simple strong and compact. 998 a POVNTZ A CO.
Business Notices. QSBO R N E HARVE STERS AND BINDERS (WIRE AND STRING). The owners ot too abo>e and others are informed we have e Jgaged store-room of Mr Thomas Bullock, Ashburton, where we intend, after the arrival of our new supply of Extras, to repair all Binders entrusted to our care, and put them in thorough working order, for owners only. The only charge made will be for the extras and material used, at list prices, payable in cash for delivery of machines. We have two experts engaged for the work, one direct from Osborne’s Factory, who will be glad to explain the working of the Binder to save future trouble to the farmer. Apply early, as time will be limited, and earliest applicants will receive first attention. ROBERT WILKIN & CO., Christchurch. Orders will also be taken for Machines for the coming season.
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. 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. O K h-i td H O i-d o p cd Pd Ph < 03 CO cS rd O • rH PH CD rt o « Q S fi H o o Pg>, 65.3 § s cc^-g ° 5 0 » 60 gl'-g CO JO > <S s O'S , ~ cS cD 2 ® __ jsPd o 'g g ><J •s “td e° -Si .g CO PC ►OH HH O O Wol! O-*)' P Pd p 3 P P"H P o r. Pd > W co Q O O o Pd Ph W a o 9 • a p-l °c w <: w m o ~ 5S 0> < J 3 § -S s CO ® > S 5 < "S a i . § £ PATRICK O’CONNOR (Late of D. Fitzpatrick’s), Begs respectfully to inform his friends and the public of Ashburton, that ho has OPENED BUSINESS in East street, opposite Albert Steam Flour Mills, and requests a share of their patronage. Boots and Shoes of all kinds made to order. Repairs neatly executed. Fit guaranteed. V 816 c
rjIHE 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, Petek street, near Quill’s Hotel, Ashburton. Dec. 1881. . William Revell (Late of Ashburton Forks), ~TTAS started in Business at Winskw as SHOEING and GENERAL SMITH’ Ajl Work done at Reasonable Bates. 359 a
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 512, 19 December 1881
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 512, 19 December 1881
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