Wanted! WANTED— A NURS at Mas O’llEiLLif GIRL. Apply Wakanui road. 481 d WANTED, SERYAN Paper. Firct-tlass General ANT. Apply, Office of this 48Gd TVTANTED, a NURSE GIRL. Apply, ' • Mrs A. Orr, Taucred street. 487 d I\T ANTED-A NURSE GIRL, about V V fourteen years of age. Fond of children. Apply to Mrs Neatb, Tancred street west. \T7"ANTED —A smart BOY, about W fourteen years of age. Apply to Charles Neate. Chemist. WANTED, for the Country,- a General SERVANT. Apply to Mrs Parsons, Seafield, Ashburton. 472 d WANTED —A goodgeneral SER \ T ANT. Wages £34 per annum. Apply, Miss Callioan, Tancred street, Ashburton. 455 d — Two MACHINES, to V\ Thresh Nine Hundred (900) Acres of \V heat each. Tenders will be received by the undersigned till 7th JANUARY, 1882. Machine to find all men. 429 d ft. T. WINTER. HT ANTED Shearers, Harvesters, V and the public generally to know that Ready Money Richards leaves Ashburton Jan. 15th. 474 d \\ TANTED TENDERS for HAR\'V VESTING about 880 ACRES WHEAT. Tenderers to state quantity they will undertake to cut. 'Fenders to be in not later than TUESDAA, noon, the 3rd proximo. For full particulars applyio AUBREY ROSCOE,
Hinds, 4731 Or, FRIEDLANDER BROS. TT r vXTrd) KNOWN—A GRAND W BALL will be held in Mr Clark’s Crain Store. Pinwald, on MONDAY, Jaim iry 2, 1882. Tickets, 2s Cd each ; ladies free. 445 d 'll r ANTED KNOWN— Mrs Hbndek- ■? V son, Dressmaker, Burnett street, near Catholic Church. Ladies’ Dresses made from 5s 6d. Apprentices Wanted. 1A RANTED KNOWN —lf you want to V V Grow a splendid crop of Turnips, Purchase some of Mayo’s Bonedust. —Address F. Mayo, Bamstead Mills. 255 d WANTED KNOWN—During the Christmas Reason, FRIEDLaNDER BROS, are selling NEW FRUIT, NEW FRUIT, Currants, Cid ; Elemes, 7d ; Sultanas, 8d ; Candied Peel, Is 6d ; Best Butter, 6d; and General Groceries equally cheap for Cash. 3lßd ANTED KNOWN. —SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY. MISS YERRALL is now Showing her First Display of Spring Millinery. Colombo street (opposite Cookham House.) WANTED KNOWN—That Robert Elston, Burnett street, Ashburton, having procured the Newest Apparatus, is prepared to SWEEP CHIMNEYS at very low rates. Any orders left at the Town Hall will receive prompt attention. 760 c Special Advertisements. O. Carstens 8z Co., (Late Weston’s), PROSPECT BUILDINGS, fIOBACCONIST, FANCY GOODS, I AND STATIONERY.
Meerschaum Pipes, G.B.D. Pipes Nailrod, Twist, and Vanity Fair Tobacco A nice assortment of Accordions, Concertinas, Flutes, Violins, Mouth Organs, and Toys of every description, direct from Home. Haircutting, Shaving and Shampooing. FAST STREET ASHBURTON. 257a* NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY (LIMITED). AN AGENCY has this day been OPENED at Ashburton, with Mr Walter T>. Moss in charge. TEMPORARY OFFICE CORNER OF WEST AND HAVELOCK STREETS. JOHN COOKE, Manager. Christchurch, October 1, 1881. 782 c HE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. Heads of Families, and all who wish to obtain suitable articles for Christmas Presents AND NEW YEAR’S GIFTS Are respectfully invited to inspect the unrivalled assortment of Toys, Fancy Goods, Christmas and New Year’s Cards, etc. i just opened up by the undersigned. j STATIONERY. Plain and Fancy Note Paper and Envelopes, Account and Memorandum Books, School Books, etc. An extensive stock to select- from. Schools liberally dealt with. H. M. Jones, EAST STREET AND BARING SQUARE. Pianos, Organs, Harmoniums, and all kinds of Musical Instruments on Deferred Payments. A quantity of SHEET MUSIC very cheap. Lowest Prices for Cash. 293 d
nnHE undersigned will be prepared, I during the coming season, to supply the following articles at the lowest rates:— RE APE [lB and BINDERS EXTRAS for DO. BINDING WIRE CORN SACKS TURNIP and RAPE SEEDS PLOUGH SHARES And all kinds of AgricuHural Implements. FREDK. PAVITT, Corn Merchant, Ac., Ashburton. Agent for John Anderson, Canterbury Foundry, Christchurch; Geo. Booth and Sons, Importers of Agricultural Implements, Christchurch; and Agent for the United Insurance Company. 150 d ACK FROM THE FRONT.—The scare at Parihaka is over; our volunteers have proved themselves equal to the occasion, and although no fighting was done, they were the “ boys” to do it had it been required; a brush with the “ blackfellows ” was what they wont for. Nevertheless they did a good deal of hard tramping up hill and .down dale; and the astonishing fact is that most of them, having been provided with STOUT Buui’S from C. HAWKlNS’never-to-bo-excellod Boot and Shoo Warehouse, came back with their “understandings” nearly as good as when they left this go-ahead ’jttlor township. Try 0. Hawkins’ Shop before you go elsewhere. 998 c
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 523, 31 December 1881
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