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Business Notices. F. S. Shearer, OF THE May bank works, tinwald. begs to thank the public for theii past support, and takes tins opportunity to intimate that ho is ain position to Manufacture and Repair on the shortest notice all kinds of Machinery, such as— Flour Mills, Saw Mills, Wheels (cogged and water wheels), Combines, Engines, Hand and Foot Treshing Machines ; also, all kinds of Spring Carts, Brays, Traps, &c. Shearer & Lewis, GENERAL BLACKSMITHS, AND Veterinary Shoeing Forge, Having secured the services of a first-class Shoeing Smith, defy competition. All orders entrusted to their care will receive prompt attention at reasonable charges. Agents for McCormick’s Reapers and Binders. Note the Address— Great South road, Tinwald. 590 d MISS DUNCAN has just received a large and varied assortment of Goods in the latest style, to which she particularly draws the attention of her friends and the public in general. Among the articles which she desires specially to enumerate will be found the following, all of which are we worth inspection: Bonnets, Feathers, Corsets,- Baby Linen, Hats, Flowers, Underclothing, Pinafores. Miss Duncan is prepared to undertake Dressmaking in all its branches, and Millinery in the newest and most approved styles. Ladies’ own material made up. Mourning within the shortest notice. Note the address— PERTH HOUSE, COLOMBO STREET, Opposite E. Reece, Ironmonger. 294 e Y IK CENT & Light Family CO.’S BITTER ABE. 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 tests, and is now acknowledged to bo 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 621 d JAMESON & ROBERTS. feCii - . X K«t, ASHBURTON COACH FACTORY, XT Havelock street. The undersigned Firm wish to inform their numerous Customers that their Commodious Brick Premises being now completed, they are prepared to Execut all Orders entrusted to their care in first-class manner, and with despatch. Baker & Brown.

ORB & Co. , Ironmongers, beg to inform the Ashburton public that they have been appointed AGENTS for the undermentioned Machines, and trust that all who are thinking of buying a Sewing or Kilting Machine will call and see the«e before deciding on any other make. THE LIGHT-RUNNING STANDARD SEWING MACHINE 18 THE BEST IN THE WORLD. ~=~*i fl CW MIND YOU DON’T FORGET I* ■JSvS-: i tie The OOME COMPANION (hand or treadle) by the same makers as the “ Standard,” is a perfectly reliable Ameri-can-made Machine, and has given unequivocal satisfaction wherever introduced, aud deserves the attention of the public. _ . The “Standard” KILTER. — This Machine will be found a great boon to Dressmakers and others, and we anticipate a large and ready sale for this. It can be worked by hand, treadle, or steam power, and will Make Any Kind of , DEE.i.tD, Can he, altered to different styles and widths immediately? and in a most simple manner, ' 63e

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 630, 8 May 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 630, 8 May 1882

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