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LUORD IG;1 OTEL. R . The nndmGgnod b v.-cl ’-known Gobd, i friends and the tra ially that they will A fort, combined will. i Wines, Beer, and i ’■rands, <Src. Good Stabling and • ; taken the above ; io inform his ig public gene- ; lira! every comfy and economy, fj of the choicest cure Paddocks. ,J: >I. tTV GWIGK, Proprietor, 'T-aiiFG 'i -O; i' L r\' • . . c V J-- vG - ! i UREA’3 V. W, GGURCG, brands only in L;.o :?31c 0 !li; : STr.v the best ,'i AkGG.V, p,- i- > ,'i ,:i O;'. <-,G> /isliblirbaii JioSO ASHBURTON (Next to ibe Rridry) of the h.'.Va and oldies tiii.-i Oplibera! s.ipconucction DUKOAN McKENZIE, (inn of /date!) ravl G in r purchased this wcll-km established HOTzL, now portumty of thanking h friends and cu.Aom wa for 1,1 port accorded him during h.. - - with the I.ito firm, and .-rusti in his nee' undertaking ho will in - -.t with a full snare (if public patronage, j). ale I-., trusts Ins long experience in I. ho trade i! ho a sutHcicat gmvar.toc for iho contents of the collar, as nothin-/ b;( the by.'A qua ily of Airs, Wines and .'-'phim noli !>j kept in Vii/k, The woil-knov.-n i-o-vroo 'a of tiu TARLZ v.ill bo a i ;-T :r 1, and -r tho persona! supor-rar os o; tm.: proprietor, who will spare no Tor;; in making lus natrons rediy cu.afnpr.ibl i. GOOD STABLING. okc ir axttt:; Betrdh D. MciIETZHS, iV ipi’ictoi’. A N A 51 A U (IAT.-l A >S i’l’.M" 0 U S it The ni' pubic that he 1 'Prince Alb-wt oommodio ii occupation of ; to merit the upon tiae. i v>um. A op i roN. A' the I.] [OV.G) from the i '-room ; to the more i ;-d r.i i i lately in the n;; a, tv Imre he hopes f. o' i-o.r. or bestowed pore, )0!> .1 lA'l’lfi.nyvh ‘C l ).nO'. »f. 5 aiN'JIS AG A A A BOA 111)1X0 lla'UCd. In c >u modation at the Be ■pr .proAor h ■; t ; ALGAAT BOARw a, goyd table vail a • 1-i each. '{•>.>.l Boarder.; an 1 Tew. . 1:11 per week, P) i:1 it routs for i'a'.oir ••• dress- 0;! all r,:: 15 'arding llo; ih;o. tiiu Hallway Utah m. hrmUlriant iicoomDiuii: ; Goo:ns, ihe •n the Pili XOl'l 0 UOU3Z, where ,• : be kept. Aleak; \ rcommodat-imi for :r.c id ;, ISs, raid t!m dm -s. Private keiueds the ad ; ;v:. Prince Albert Irr.i.s sniEBT, near 9 It OIdTAXOL: i (be ADrO lIOUdM "Dn’.-O. T.he nnd ;rs:;r be has t i a TO Trav ! ef ( . Tb Add ad 'diTtY A f A::;m a i I'imate tint . An,;!, ; in vraut <.f ■' will receive at el: i: :o ii’kWA i;T, '.’.eep; leior. h.Ae'A ITohi-:: WeatedieM Mill IS KOW in PULL WO [IK. i'annors bfinginy tl. di’ Griw l-> mill tan bo accommodated aliment, in I have their Grist ready to return the following moniii;y. A liight-rvinier leapt. Casn Davmi of Ouain. Of 3d Apply to J,\nl;W CLiRK, Pronri..aor VVosturliold Mill. Jameson & Boberts, A SUIJUIITON, r II E CA 3 R PURO iIA SEII S RVIi GLASS, Wll GAT, OATS I’AliLn V" Farmers’ Luis of aye Grass OLGAeiED as usual at law r..lus. i Storage for all kinds of Grain, and j Liberal Advances made on saiuo, if required. Agents for tbo How Zealand insurance Company. Sta;.'>us« Cnor.s Insured until threshed aud carted out of paddocks. Cornsacks and j'v.dne supplied at current prices. 177 d Bj JLg10.703, PAINTED, Gi.kZfKR, PAPDR■i .k I it, 'Ac., A -djoiuin y Purr... m .•>. TAKCPED (ft LUO A 3, vriio >. "1, tl'.oroiiap a : various branclioo oi business, intima'r.a id: pared to receive 0r.'..share of public ss.ppoi I. ■b !;an rrn to lie a d r.'orhmari in Ihe !ho above-named a; now pred s olieitj a Ilia 3 kddILL LUCAS. f OHN MOISOM, I’r.u'i ical Uo.-t mi-l i>Jl Shoo Maker, Fowler’;-; Buildings, Tailored street. All kinds aud descriptions of Boots and Shoes, pegged and sawn, made on the premises. Extra attention paid .to repairing. Moderate charges.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 624, 1 May 1882

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 624, 1 May 1882

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