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Business Notices. BAKER BROS., gUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, UNDERTAKERS, AND Wakanui road and Cass street, Ashburton. PLANS PREPARED & ESTIMATES GIVEN. 4755 c F. Furness, JpRUITERER AND CONFECTIONER Puns Apples Strawberries Cherries Noth, And all other Fruits in Season. REFRESHMENT ROOMS—Tea and Coffee Always Ready. and Saunders’ Buildings. 363 d

BW TINWALD STORE, Opposite the Railway Shed. Opened June 18, 1881. , PROPRIETORS. B. and R begs to inform their Farming friends and the public generally, that they have opened a GENERAL STORE, In Jones and Bradshaw’s old premises, opposite the Railway Shed, Tinwald, and solicit a share of the general patronage. CHEAP TEAS! TEAS!! TEAS!! 1 Of the Best Blends. SUGARS! SUGARS !! SUGARS!! At remarkably Low Prices. CLOTHING ! CLOTHING!! HARDWARE ! HARDWARE ! I HARDWARE !!! At Prices not to be rubbed out. B. and R.’s Cart is now running daily in the outlying districts. and Reid, CLOTHING !!! And BIGGS AND REID. 87c:

NEW INDUSTRY. ' r S f H A~Li TI N G. JAMES BRADLEY is prepared to take orders for ASPHALTING at very moderate rates. All orders to be left at the Works, Pari; street. j All work kept in repair for twelve months. 350 c THE NEW GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT, ASHBURTON. MONEY SAVED IS MONEY GAINED. Andrew Orr Has much pleasure in informing the public that he has OPENED those premises lately occupied by Mr John Fowler, Tancred street, as a GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT. A.O. would state that his object in starting this New Branch of Business, is to enable his Drapery Customers to have every article required for a household, from one establishment, without the necessity of opening several accounts. Families waited upon weekly for orders. It is needless to quote prices, as every article will be of the best quality, and at CASH PRICES. A tWal respectfully solicited. Good BUTTER and EGGS purchased in any quantity. ANDREW ORR, East street, Ashbukton. The Cheap Drapery Sale still going on, at the premises, East street, (next Union Bank). 957 c

Mount Somers Store. THE Undersigned have just opened up a splendid stock of Drapery and Clothing, which will be sold at prices not to be equalled in the district. Groceries and General Stores of best quality, and an inspection and trial respectfully solicited. W. H. PUDDICOMBE & CO. Stokekeepbes, &c. , MOUNT SOMERS.

pjpHE FUTURE OF NEW ZEAL AN I. Ab the future prosperity of these sunny isles depends in a great measure on th 0 support which is given to colonial manufactures, A. Craighead & Co., MERCHANT TAILORS, Tancbed street, Have determined to encourage the manufacture of Colonial Tweeds as much as the requirements of their business will permit. By following this course they will be enabled not only to foster the growth and development of the internal resources of New Zealand, but will also be enabled to offer to their friends, patrons, and the general public a very SUPERIOR ARTICLE AT A MODERATE PRICE. To carry this idea to a practical issue they have just been favored wish a large consignment of the 'CELEBRATED KAIAPOI TWEEDS, Manufactured to their special order for the coming season. As these Tweeds are equal, and in some respects superior, to anything of the same class that can be imported, they feel confident that, by attention to business, and by the exercise of their usual care in cutting and fitting, they will continue to give that satisfaction which their rapidly increasing business warrants them in believing they have given in the past. PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. A. CRAIGHEAD AND CO. 716 a

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 524, 3 January 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 524, 3 January 1882

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