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Business Notices. C OUNTY RIDGING AND SPOUTING FACTORY. S. Hardley, EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. JUST RECEIVED (per Rotomahana and Te Anau, from Melbourne, a large consignment of Black and White Sheet Iron, Copper Tubing, Ingot Tin, &c. As this is the only factory situate between Christchurch and Dunedin, and S.H. can compete with firms in these places as regards cheapness and quality he respectfully solicits the support of the Public in the matter of this LOCAL INDUSTRY. Call and get a price list Country orders receive prompt attention. ■ The Trade liberally dealt with. Bold I Thomas Crompton, WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF GALVANISED SPOUTING, IRON RIDGE CAP DOWN PIPING, COLONIAL OVENS KITCHEN RANGES, PORTABLE WASHING FURNACES, CLOSET PANS, LEAD WASHERS, &o. Trj TTAR the pleasure of informing his numerous Friends that having Re • \J» moved into his newly-erected and extensive Manufacturing Premises m Armagh Street (Exactly Opposite his old Workshops), which have been fitted up with the most modem appliances for the production of work in the various branches of his Business, he is now prepared to execute any order entrusted to him with despatehand and of the best quality of material, and the Lowest Price which it is possible for Steam Power and Machinery to effect. Note the Address— ARMAGH STREET Near Manchester Street, Christchurch. 283 c Be id and Gray, IMPLEMENT AND MACHINE MANUFACTURERS, winners of the GOLD MEDAL at the Melbourne Exhibition for their DOUBLEFURROW PLOUGHS. Vide Jurors’ Report—“ Ploughs :In Ploughs there is one exhibit to which we wish to draw special attention, as being the best, and that is the Double-Furrow of Reid and Gray, of Dunedin, New Zealand. In finish and construction it is far superior.” B. and G. further beg to draw the atttention of Farmers to their now and improved Corn and Seed Drills, Broadcast Sowing Machines, 3,4, and 6 leaf Harrows, ■ Tripod Harrows, and Flexible Steel Harrows of new designs, Cambridge Rollers, 20, 24, and 26 inches, Chaff Cutters, with renewable steel cutting plates, Horse Gears for 1,2, 3, or 4 horses, &c., &c. All kinds of Implements Repaired by Experienced Workmen. Fencing Standards Cut and Punched to any Length and Gauge. Agents por Clayton and Shuttlbwohth’s Traction and Portable Engines and Combines. Illustrated Price Lists free on application to any of our offices at Dunedin, Invercargill, Oamaru, Timaru, Christchurch, and at our new premises CAMERON STREET, ASHBURTON. 993 d CANTERBURY BRANCH. & a ISSHIS ESTABLISHED Capital t 1.000,003 -■ ■ r.;urr of o/aT H E PREMIER COLONIAL COMPANY. FIRE AND MARINE RISKS TAKEN AT THE LOWEST CURRENT RATES. ASHBURTON AGENTS— Jameson and Boberts. 240 d PHOTOGRAPHY. —Portraits are now being taken by the New Instantaneous Gelatine Emulsion Process at HENRY’S PORTRAIT ROOMS, Saunders’ Buildings, East street, Ashburton. 911 a Donald Williamson GENERAL STOREKEEPER, East street, Ashburton, HAS always for sale a large and varied stock, which will be sold at lowest paying prices. Groceries, Wines and Spirits, Ironmongery, Ploughshares, and Drapery, including all requisites of the trade. Men’s and Boys’ Clothing in great variety, made up to D. W. ’s own order, from Kaiapoi, Mosgiel, and Roslyn Tweeds ; also, Colonial-made Flannels, Serges, and Blankets. D. W. would call special attention to his TEAS, so long and favorably known, and now reduced to 2s, 2s 6d, and 3s per lb. Families waited on for orders weekly. Cash purchasers supplied at wholesale prices. A heavy stock of Boots and Shoes, including old celebrated make. 79d T AKE TIME BY THE LOOK.” FOREB. G. Buxton, ERCHANT TAILOR, TANCRED STREET, Adjoining Fowler’s Buildings. Y INOE N T & Light Family 0 O.’S BITTER ALE. First Prize at the Christchurch Show, 1881. This ALE is brewed from the Choicest Malt and Hops, and is guaranteed to keep in eny climate. It has been subjected to the severest testa, and is now acknowledged to be the most wholesome and palatable drink offered to the public. We supply it in hogsheads, barrels, half-hogsheads, and kilderkins, and deliver free in Christchurch and suburbs, or to any railway station in the Canterbury Provincial District. ASHBURTON AGENTS 261 d JAMESON & ROBERTS. The circumstances of social life are widely different in these colonies from those at Home, and therefore the colonial market requires different treatment. This fact Bobert Murray, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, East street, Ashburton, was not long in learning after his arrival on these shores, and he at once set his attention upon supplying WATCHES, which, while constructed with every regard to accuracy and reliableness in time-keeping, are also supplied with extra heavy cases, to resist the wear and tear of colonial life. He has just received another supply of watches, and invites attention to prices. Celebrated Englisn levers, made expressly for R. Murray, specially suited for colonial wear, with extra heavy cases, all the latest improvements, at L 6, L 6 6s, L 6 10s ; higher classes, L 7, L 8 10s, LlO 10s, and Ll2 12s; Rotherhams, L 6 10s. Printed guarantee with each watch sold. Attention is called to the Clocks, Jewellery, and English Plate in stock, and to the fact that all kinds of REPAIRING are done on the premises and GUARANTEED. R, MURRAY’S SHOP is CONSPICUOUS by the “ REGULATOR ” of his own manufacture which occupies a place in his window, and serves as an authority on mean time to the town. Watches free and safe by post on receipt of P. 0.0. . 780c-960 COACH FACTORY, Havelock street. The undersigned Firm wish to inform their numerous Customers that itbeir Commodious Brick Premises being now completed, they are prepared to Execute all Orders entrusted to their care in a first-class manner, and with despatch. Baker & Brown 536 d 3. Phillips, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER & WORKING JEWELLER, Begs to notify to his patrons that he has now secured New Premises, adjoining the White Hart Hotel, Christchurch am? has a Splendid Assortment ; of CLOCKS, WATCHES and JEWELLERY on sale, All kinds of Cleaning and Repairs well executed, and country orders promptly attended to, 511 a

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 534, 14 January 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 534, 14 January 1882

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