' Business Notices. A, W. Randell, 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 Bis-; cuits of superior quality. All orders delivered by own cart in Ashburton and suburbs. N. B.—Gardens, Belt Road, corner ofi N.E. andN.W. Belts, Ashburton. 112d‘ PHOTOGRAPHY. —Portraits are now being taken by the New Instan- | taneous Gelatine Emulsion Process at i HENRY’S PORTRAIT ROOMS, Saunders’ Buildings, East street, Ashburton. 911 a 2 : O C D O N E. JUST RECEIVED, A second consignment of this popular non-alcoholic Beverage. It contains both ■ phosphorus and iron; and is* therefore a brain and nerve tonic. !It has the exhilarating properties of Champagne, without its disagreeable effects. Three, five, and eight-pint Gasogenes .at Redtfbed Prices. ' Lemon Syrup, Raspberry and Lemon Syrup, Eno’s Fruit Salt, Lime Juice, Citrate of Magnesia, Lemon Kali (or Sherbet. GINGER BEER POWDER. A nine-penny packet makes two gallons of finest Ginger Beer. ESSENCE OF RENNET. Four or six drops to a pint of milk makes delicious sweet Curds and Whey. M. Cambridge, C H E MIST, ; 4SHEUBTON. . , 337 d
OTI O.E O F REMOVAL. JOHN HARVEY, BOOT and SHOEMAKER, Begs to intimate to hia numerous friends apd customers that he has removed into his new Premises, next to the Panama House, ; TANCRED STREET, Where he hopes to merit a fair share of public patronage. Every description of Boots and Shoes made to order on the shortest notice. Repairs neatly executed. 199 c AND CONFECTIONER Pine Apples Strawberries Cherries Nuts, And all other Fruits in Season. REFRESHMENT ROOMS—Tea and Coffee Always Ready. iSS-PROSPECT AND SAUNDERS’ BuitDNOTICE. Desires to inform hia 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 F. Furness, INGS. 363 d Geo. Trickett OF And will make ADVANCES Against same for Shipment on Owner’s acccount. 142 d Terms on application to JOSEPH CLARK, East street, Ashburton.
PATRICK O’CONNOR (Late of D. Fitzpatrick’s), Begs respectfully to inform his friends and the public of Ashburton, that he 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. • 816 c fjl H E LA T E 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. William Eevell (Late of Ashburton Forks), y-f AS started in Business at Winskw as SHOEING and GENERAL SMITH All Work done at Reasonable Rates. 359*
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 514, 21 December 1881
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