Wanted WANTED —A young GIRL, to assist in bouse work. Address, Mrs Franklin White, East Town Belt 422 e ANTED—A SITUATION, as Clerk or Storeman, by a married man of experience. Good references. Apply, “ M,” Office of this Paper. 826 d Usef a 1 COMPANION or HOUSEKEEPER ; Comfortable Home. Apply, Office of this Paper. 476 e ANTED TO LET—SHOPS in Havelock street. Low rental — viz.—lss per week. And also to SELL ONE ACRE of LAND, Mayo’s Block. Apply to James Baker, Havelock street. 251 c ANTED KNOWN PHOTOGRAPHS, Photographs, Two Dozen for 2s Gd (for a short time only) at the American Gem Studio, Burnett street, opposite Mail office. 470 e WANTED KNOWN—If you want to Grow a splendid crop of Turnips, Purchase some of Mayo’s Bonedust. —Address F. Mayo, Hamstead Mills. 250 d W‘ ANTED KNOWN.—A Cikculatino Library is now open at L. F. Andrewes’, Bookseller, East street South, Ashburton. A large number of books to choose from. Terms very moderate 745 d ANTED KNOWN—That Robert Elston, Burnett street, Ashburton, having procured the Newest Apparatus, is prepared to SWEEP CHIMNEYS at very low rates. Any orders left at the Town Hall will receive prompt attention. 760 c Special Advertisements.
* PUBLIC TRIAL of the PRIZE GORSE-CCTTING MACHINE manufactured by Hornsby and Son will take place on Mr Masson’s Farm, South Uakaia, on TUESDAY 1 , IGth instant, catting to commence at 10 o’clock, when all interested in live fences are particularly invited to bo present. A competent operator will be in attendance, and the Machine put to the severest tests. WOOD, SHAND & CO., 4740 Importers. nnEE MOST MARVELLOUS MUSI--1 CAL INSTRUMENT of the Age is the Orguinette, By Her Majesty’s Royal Letters Patent. A child can perform on it, either Operatic, Dance, or Sacred Music, after one hour’s instruction. Any kind of Music can be procured for it, and performed without any knowledge of music. The Cabinet Orguinette is excellent in tone, unique in design, durable in every part, and an ornament in any room. For Cash, or by Monthly Instalments. On view at the ASHBURTON MUSIC SALOON 4 Tancred street. H. J. WEEKS. G93d SCHOOL 800. KS. SCHOOL STATIONERY. SCHOOL COMMITTEES SUPPLIED. Foolscap from IGs per Ream, Cash. Envelopes ~ Cs 6d per 1,000 ~ Note Paper, Five Quires, Is ~ A GOOD ASSORTMENT of Ledgers, Cash, Day Books, and Ledger Books IN STOCK. Toys Fancy Goods, Crewel Wools, &c. H. M. Jones. Stamoner and Bookseller, 293 d fly A AAA TO LEND on Freehold obOU,UUU Property, in sums of £3OO r , And upwards, at Lowest Current Rates or Interest THE N.Z. GRAIN AGENCY AND MERCANTILE COMPANY, LIMITED. WILLIAM HORNE, 286e* Agent. GL Adams & Co., PRACTICAL ENGLISH WATCHMAKERS, JEWELLERS, AND IMPORTERS, HIGH STREET (Next W. J. Fishers), Christchurch. Rotherham’s English Lever Watches, guaranteed genuine, capped and jewelled, £5 10s to £lO 10s. American Waltham Lever Watches, of world-wide celebrity, English Hall-marked cases, £3 10s to £5 10a. N.B. —See that the words “Waltham, Mass.” are engraved on the works. None-are genuine without. Ladies’ Watches, in gold or silver cases, from 455. Every Watch is Examined, Timed, and Guaranteed for Two Years. A splendid assortment of the Newest Patterns in Gold and Silver Jewellery. Novelties in Greenstone. 471 e ANDREWES BROS. (Late L. F. Andrewes), BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, AND NEWS-AGENTS. East street South, Ashburton. School-books and Stationery of Every Description. School Committees supplied. Hymn and Prayer-books of Every Kind. Children’s Picture and Story Books. American Novelties, just arrived. Journals, Magazines, and Home Papers every Mail. A large assortment of Maori Photographs, including Te Whiti and other Chiefs. N.B.—All orders attended to without delay. 334 e iSSr £ gnJPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY. John Meech, CABINETMAKER* UPHOLSTERER, Begs to invito his friends to inspect his large siock of New and Second-hand Furniture, consisting of Drawing-room and Bedroom Suites Chiffoniers Book Cases Wardrobes Chests of Drawers Tables Wash Stands Wood and Iron Bedsteads Cota, Cradles Perambulators And everything required in household furnishing at the very lowest prices. Practical workmen kept for all kinds of repa'rs. Furniture bought, and high prices given. Furniture lent, on weekly and monthly payments JOHN MEECH, Burkett street, Opposite the Mail Office.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 635, 13 May 1882
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