Business Notices. W. T. Davison, Fruiterer, and greengrocer, &c., &c., tenders his best thanks to his Customers and Friends for the liberal support accorded him during the past three years, and wishes to intimate to his Friends and the Public of Ashburton that he has RE-COM-MENCED BUSINESS in the Front Shop of the Town Hall, next door to his old shop, and lately occupied by J. Mooar. Fresh Vegetables. Fruit and Confectionery. Orders left at the shop will be delivered with despatch, 61d
Lion Brewery. GWOOD (late Wood and Co.) begs , to inform his friends and customers that he has dissolved partnership with M. C. O. Digby, and the late firm having sold their interest in the Ashburton Brewery to Mr John Manning, of Rangiora, the undersigned will at an early date be enabled to supply the public with a Brewing of his well-known ALE and STOUT from the new brick premises in Dobson street and Cass street, Ashburton, GEORGE WOOD, 184 d Brewer, &c
HAYING purchased Messrs T. R. Hodder and Co. ’s STOCK OF IRONMONGERY, GLASSWARE, EARTHENWARE, AND GROCERIES, I will continue the business in the same premises, SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, and by keeping the very best quality of Goods, and selling at the very Lowest possible Price, everyone will find it to their advantage to deal with me. Now Landed, a lino of Strong and Well - flavored TEAS, which will be sold at 19s (guaraniteed). Tea by the lb, 2s, 2s 6d, and 3s. There has never been anything like the 3s Tea in Ashburton before. I bought the Ironmongery, Glassware, etc., at a large discount under Cost Price, and will give my Customers the advantage. Orders left at the Shop will be delivered with despatch, and Families leaving their address will be waited upon regularly. Prime BUTTER and FRESH EGGS i bought in any quantities. Robert Alcorn. 589 d
CO - OPERATIVE BAKERY, ! JL TRIANGLE, ASHBURTON. A. Thiele Wishes to intimate to his many, friends and the public of Ashburton generally, that he has now TW O CARTS running throughout the District, and all orders entrusted to him for Bread, Biscuits, and Confectionery of every de-; scription, will be promptly attended to. A. Thiele tenders his thanks for past favors, and requests a continuance of public support. First award of merit at the Exhibition A. THIELE. 204 c
SPECIAL TELEGRAM. —“ Parihaka, November 18,1881. —To Mr Thomas Chambers, Ashburton. —Am convinced there’s nothing like leather. Please send up 3,000 pairs of your unrivalled stout Walking Boots. The Volunteers have worn out their shoe leather in marching upon Parihaka, and have hardly got a sound sole amongst them. You may also forward a pair of your Elastic Sides for Te Whiti, who wants something for Sunday wear.—(Signed)— Bryce.” Thomas Chambers’ BOOTS and SHOES secured First Prize at the Exhibition, and Christchurch and Ashburton Shows. Good fit guranteed, and prices strictly; moderate. 141 d
MISS BUOKMAN, IRENCH MILLINER AND DRESS MAKER, Begs to thank the ladies of Ashburton for their patronage, and to inform them that she has now received the latest Styles ■from London and Paris. Mourning and Wedding orders executed with her usual taste and style. Ladies making up their own materials can have their patterns cut and fitted at a moderate charge. Also, Ladies’ Riding Habits, Jackets, Children’s Costumes, and Boys’ Suits, with full instructions for making up. Address— MISS BUCKMAN, AITKEN STREET, (Near the High School) Ashburton. apprentices wanted.
S. Lucas, PAINTER, GLAZIER, PAPERHANGER, &C., Adjoining Panama House, TANCRED STREET. S LUCAS, who is well known to be a , thorough practical workman in the various branches of the abovenamed business, intimates that he is now prepared to receive orders, and solicits a share of public support. Ulc SAMUEL LUCAS.
SUFFOLK BUTCHERY Havelock street, Ashburton. GL J. Martin, B U T C H E R, Begs to inform the Public of Ashburton Borough and County, that he is Supplying the Primest Meat at CHEAPEST RATES, for CASH. Roast Beef from ... 3d. to 6d. Corned Beef from ... 21d. to 4d. Mutton l|d. to 3d. Sausages sd. to 6d, Contractors, Threshing Machine Proprietors, and Harvesters, supplied with very requisite. 912 c FERRIER’S portrait rooms, Main South road, Timaru, Opposite the Theatre. None but Approved Pictures are allowed to leave the studio. Ferrier’s series of Panoramic Views of Timaru now ready, and may be had at the Studio, or from any of the Booksellers. Price, 2s 6d. 219 c TO BUTCHERS, FELLMONGERS, FARMERS, & OTHERS. WE ARE CASH PURCHASERS OF HIDES, CALFSKINS, PELTS, HORSE HIDES, PIGSKINS, &c. LIGHTBAND, ALLAN, & CO,, Hereford street/Ohristohuroh 88
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 536, 17 January 1882
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