Business Notices. BREWERY. Messrs Wood & Col Harvest Ale, is 6d|. per Gallon. 227 d Joseph Clark, Grain merchant, ASHBURTON AND TINWALD. Mr Joseph Clark announces to Grain Dealers and Farmers that he has OPENED a Branch Office in Best street, Ashburton, for the purpose of carrying on the Business of a Grain Merchant, Stock and General Commission Agent. Highest price given for Grain.Storage at lowest currenfrates. JOSEPH CURE, East street, Ashburton. 192 c IVTEYER BE DOWN IN THE J3| DUMPS. Fortune may favor, though she may frown; Bright morning comes after the nigh ;, And no matter how long a good man may be down, He’ll rise if he sticks to the right. In the game of our lives, though the “ deuce ” is to play, We all have our chances of “ trump:.,” “ Fair dealing” if you would “count honors,” we say, , And never be down in the dumps. The oldest of men tell us life is a span, Though the “ lane without turning ” seems long ; When sadness creeps into the heart of a man He should hurry it out with a song. Though the road be so rough that the progress is slow, Though our knees may be aching with bumps, ’Twill be changed if a little further we go, So never be down in the dumps. Should folk disappoint—say, your tailor, to wit, With separate garment or suit, Yisit G. J. F. Lublow foe perfection in fit, And saving your money to boot. He’ll suit you with all that is novel and rare, And prove himself a regular “ trump,” For giving both cheapness and thorough good wear, So never be down in the dumps. To give Stylish and Reliable Materials, Perfect Fit, and unmistakable Cheapness, is the state of perfection attained in the Clothing supplied by G. J. F. Lublow. The variety of Coatings and Tweeds to be seen at his establishment is, moreover, the most complete and extensive in Canterbury. Gentlemen cannot do other than right in obtaining their dress for themselves and their sons at G. J. F. Lublow’s, EAST S T R E E T, . Ashburton. 718 a IT is not altogether a new idea, when business people burst into rhyme in their advertisements. Our grandfathers and grandmothers have read some excrutiating poetry in advertisements in their time just as we do sometimes now. From an old newspaper dated a while after the Flood, a tea dealer, expatiating on the merits of his tea, has the following : “ For lords and ladies it is fit; Seven shillings is the price of it. ” I’m not going to paint the lily or gild refined gold by attempting to improve on that, but it should be a source of comfort to the tea drinkers of Ashburton and surrounding districts that they can now procure the finest Teas at my establishment for much less money. 1 have just received a fresh consignment of Nelson, Moate, and Co.’s Pure Blended Teas, in packets and boxes. I have also opened up an assortment of Fancy Goods, and fruits in variety are constantly arriving, so that my patrons may have plenty to chose from at the coming festive season. I wish all my kind customers a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. H. M. Carson’s New Fruit and Italian Warehouse (next Bank of New Zealand), Bast street. Sole Agent for Nelson, Moate, & Co.’s Puke Blended Teas. —See advertisement and handbills. 3c William Revell (Late of Ashburton Forks), fAS started in Business at Winskw a SHOEING and GENERAL SMITHHI Work done at Reasonable Rates. 359i’i Coftee Palace, No. 11, OLD POST OFFICE, CHRISTCHURCH. g D FISH SUPPERS 0 D ! TEAKS and CHOPS from the GRILL Every; Night, j •pen always from 7 a.m., till: Midnight. ' 6d.- MEA L S Ud. ■' ; ‘dup of xea or Coffee '• ... “ .A 3 ' Cafe afi kit ... ' ... 6 ol r. v.-:! k
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 540, 21 January 1882
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