Wanted WANTED KNOWN—That the best place to get Short Firewood and the best Coals (delivered) is from Hayes’ Coal and Wood Yard, East street. Cb9e 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. ANTED Known—The late Proprietress of the A 1 Restaurant has Removed to those new and commodious premises of Mr Quill’s, Wills street, now called the London Dining Rooms, adjoining Elz Bros., Coach Builders, and to cope with dull times she is now offering BOARD and LODGING at 18s per week ; BOARD only, 13s. Meals at all hours. 653 e TTTANTED KNOWN—Every descrip- » » tion of Plain and Fancy Pointing, executed on the shortest notice, at the Guadian Office, next Matson, Cox, and Co.’s. West street. Special Advertisements. 760 c
ROBERTS, PAXTON & CO. AUE CASH PURCHASERS OF WHEAT BARLEY OATS GRASS SEED AT HIGHEST MARKET RATES. ADVANCES ON GROWING CROPS. The Undersigned are prepared to make liberal Cash Advances against Growing Crops during the ensuing Season. ROBERTS, PAXTON & CO. Offices : Manchester street, Christchurch, two doors south of Messrs P. Cunningham and Co.’s. 30e
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O T 1 0 E. ASHBURTON COAL AND FIREWOOD DEPOT R. S. Bean (Late of Montgomery and Co., Limited), HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS as above, next to Mr Jos. Clark’s Office, in WEST STREET, and hopes, by civility and attention, to merit a fair share of public support. Agent for the Springfield Coal Co. Coal, Firewood, Posts, Rails, Stakes, &c. Orders taken for Bricks, Cement, Lime, Timber, Ac. Oats, Bran, Chaff, Chicken Wheat, &c. Note the >' ddress— NEXT MR JOSEPH CLARK’S, WEST STREET. 181 e
LBEUT FLOUR STORES, East street. F. W. QUAIFB Begs to inform the Residents and Formers of Ashburton and vicinity that ho has taken the Premises lately in the occupation of Mr Henry Bowers, Miller, where ho intends offering the following goods : Flour, by the sack „ 501 b Sharps, per bag Bran ~ Oats, per bushel SOAP. CANDLES. SOAP. Soap and Candles at unprecedentedly low prices, in large or small quantities, to suit all purchasers, viz.:— Good Pale Yellow Soap, 6d per bar Good Pale Yellow Soap, 10s per box Superior Pale Yellow Soap, 8d per bar Superior Pale Yellow Soap, 12s per box Candles —Good Composite, 6d per lb Candles—Superior Wax, Is per lb Candles —Carriage, 1s 2d per lb. CASH. Ashburton. 732 e
SCHOOL BOOKS. SCHOOL STATIONERY. SCHOOL COMMITTEES SUPPLIED. Foolscap from 16a per Ream, Cash. Envelopes ~ 6s 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, &o. _EL M. Jones. Stationer and Bookseller, THE GUARDIAN is published every evening, giving every day i • *.7.'s, up to the hour of going to press. This is better than buying a sixpenny weekly.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 672, 26 June 1882
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