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Wanted. XYT"ANTED A Gertificated MASTER * y Government School. Applications, accompanied with testimonials, willr be received., by the undersigned until' TDFSSDaV, 'the loth January, 1882. h ARCHD.: M'COLL, Chairman of Committee. Rangitata Station, Cracroft. 457 d WANTED— An assistant BLACKSMITH. Apply to John Grlgg, Longbeach. 454 d WANTED -A MAN to drive ’a Reaping Machine for the harvest. Good wages will be given to a competent man. Apply T. Trevdrza, Wakanui. 451 d WANTED, for the Country, a General SERVANT. Apply to Mrs Parsons, Seafield, Ashburton. 472 d WANTED— A goodgeneral SBR f ANT. ■ Wages £34 per annum. Apply, Miss Cabmoan, Tancred street, Ashburton. ■ ' ' 465 d XTTANTED Two MACHINES, To VV Thresh Nine Hundred (900) Acres of Wheat each, Tenders willbe received by the undersigned till 7th JANUARY, 1882. Machine to find all men. 429 d H. T. WINTER. w™ tor 100 Acres of Wheat (more or less). Tenderers to state wire or strings Tenders to be sent in by Jan. 6. Prank M. Foster, Winslow. 452 d TT7ANTED—'TENDERS for HARVV VESTING 350 Acres (more or less) of Oats and Wheat ; also, 50 Acres Grass. Apply to E. H. Dobson, Lowcliffs, ■ 450 d 7 ANTED Shearers, Harvesters, V ' and the public generally to know that Ready Money Richards leaves Ashburton Jan. 15th. 474 d KNOWN— Mrs Benderson, Dressmaker, Burnett street, near Catholic Church. Ladies’ Dresses made from 5s 6d. Apprentices Wanted. 306 d \\T ANTED KNOWN—If you want to VV Grow a splendid crop of Turnips, Purchase some of Mayo’s Bonedust. —Address F. Mayo, Hamstead Mills. . ' 255 d WANTED KNOWN.—SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY. MISS VERRALL is now Showing her First Display of Spring Millinery, Colombo street (opposite Oookham House.) • . .. 827 c

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. jg-'I'S LORDSHIP’S LARDER. THE ONLY ESTABLISHMENT IN THE WORLD WHERE A GRILLED CHOP OR STEAK, AND A GLASS OF BASS’ ENGLISH ALE, Can be obtained FOR ONE SHILLING. THE BEST MENU TO CHOOSE FROM IN CHRISTCHURCH. Unequalled Accommodation for Ladies. Dinners, Banquets, Ball Suppers, Wedding Breakfasts, and Picnics provided for, in the very beat possible style. W, H. MESSENGER, 360 d Purveyor. O. Carstens & Co., (Late Weston’s), PROSPECT BUILDINGS, Tobacconist, fancy goods, 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 Horae.

Haircutting, Shaving and Shampooing. EAST STREET ASHBURTON. 257a* THE undersigned will be prepared, during the coming season, to supply the following articles at the lowest rates: — REAPERS and BINDERS EXTRAS for DO. BINDING WIRE CORN SACKS TURNIP and RAPE SEEDS PLOUGH SHARES And all kinds of Agricultural Implements. FREDK. PAVITT, Coen Merchant, &c., 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 went 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 BOOTS from O. HAWKINS’ never-to-be-excelled Boot and Shoe Warehouse, came back with their “ understandings” nearly as good as when they left this go-ahead ’ittle townehip. Try C. Hawkins’ Shop before you go elsewhere. 998 c

John Meech, PRACTICAL CABINETMAKER, UPHOLSTERER, &c., BURNETT STREET, Opposite the Mail Office. Easy Chairs, Couches, English and American Chairs, Single and Double Iron and Wood Bedsteads. All kinds of Carpeting, Matting, and Oilcloth. A large assortment of Repps and Cretonnes at lowest prices. Suites of Furniture from Ll 3 and upwards. All kinds of furniture re-covered and repaired at the very lowest prices. All work guaranteed and completed at the shortest notice. Furniture excb anged, and highest prices given for secondhand Furniture. Note the address—Cheapest House in opposite Mail Office, Burnett street «Wo

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 525, 4 January 1882

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