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Business Notices. A SHBUETON BRE iV E[R Y. Messrs Wood & : Co. Harvest Ale, Is per Gallon 6d. 227 d Joseph Clark, Grain merchant, Ashburton and Tinwau . Mr Joseph Clark announces Dealers and Farmers that OPENED a Branch Office street, Ashburton, for the pr carrying on the Business of Merchant, Stock and General Co: Agent. Highest price given fc Storage at lowest current rates. JOSEPH CL il East street, Ashburton. to Grain he has in Eest rpose of a Grain amission r Grain. K, 192 c Dhe oldest of men tell us life is a Though the “ lane without 1 seems long ; iVhen sadness creeps into the he man He should hurry it out with a i span, urning ” art of a ong. Chough the road be so rough that the i progress is slow, Though our knees may be aching with bumps, Twill be changed if a little furth jr we go, So never be down in the dump i. Should folk disappoint-,—say, yor r tailor, to wit, With separate garraeht or suit, G. J. E. Lublow for perfection in fit, 1 And saving your money to boo i, Ee’ll suit you with all that is n Dvel and rare, And prove himself a regular ‘ trump,” For giving both cheapness and .borough good wear, So never be down in the dump i. To give Stylish and Reliable Materials, Perfect Fit, and unmistakable Cheapness, s the state of perfection attaine i in the Dlothing supplied. by 6. J. F. Lublow. Che variety of Coatings and Tweeds to 3e seen at his establishment is, moreover, be most complete and extensive in Canterbury. Gentlemen cannot do other ban right in obtaining their dress for bemselves and their sons at G. J. F. Lublow’s, E A S T STEEN T, Ashburton. 718 a T is not altogether a new id( business people burst into r eir advertisements. Our grai d grandmothers have read i rtiating poetry in advertiser sir time just as we do sometimes now om an old newspaper dated a while :er the Flood, a tea dealer, ei patiating the merits of his tea, has tl®> followa, when hyme in idfathers ome exrents in “ For lords and ladies it is f Seven shillings is the price i not going to paint the lily or id gold by attempting to im t, but it should be a source oi the tea drinkers of Ashburton inding districts that they can e the finest Teas at my establishment much less money. 1 have: just reved a fresh consignment of Nelson, iate, and Co.’s Pure Blended Teas, in bets and boxes. I have als an assortment of Fancy Go its in variety are constantly that my patrons may have plenty to )se from at the coming festive season, wish all my kind customers ristmas and a happy New Year rson’s New Fruit jmd Bali* use (next Bank of New Zeala eet. Sole Agent for Nelson Co.’s Pure Blend'ed Tbas.rtisement and handbills. fit.” gild rejrove on comfort and Burrow pro opened ids, and arriving, merry H. M. n Wareid), East Moatb, -See ad--3c William Revell (Late of Ashburton Forku), Wins! w iS started in Business at lOEING and GENERAL SMITH ork done at Reasonable Rates. 359a] Cofiee Palace, In OLD POST OFFICE, CHURCH. FISH SUPPERS O. 1, CHRIST 6d. KS and CHOPS from the GRILI Every Night, always from 7 a,m., till Midnight, 6d. MEA L S 6cl. iof Tea dr Coffee ... ... 3 9au lait ■ ... ... ... A

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 544, 26 January 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 544, 26 January 1882