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TbX^tindoor Sale. FOR SALE by the and carefully selected for Seed, WHEATS of the following sorts : Hunter’s White, Pearl, and Essex, For Spring Sowing— Purple Straw, Tuscan, and Brown Lamrais * Oats—Canadians and Tartars Barley, Peas, &c. To Arrive in June— Clovers—Red, White, and Alsyke Cow-Grass and Trefoil Also On Sale— Ransom and Sims’ D.F. Ploughs Ransom and Sims’ and Hornsby’s Plough Shares Fencing Wire, Posts and Rails, Stakes, Staples, etc., etc. • FREDK. PAYITT, 535 e East street, Ashburton. FOR SALE, Cheap.—a FARM, containing 284| Acres, well watered, situated at Wakanui. 100 acres in fallow, 70 acres in English grass, balance in stubble. Apply to Thomas Dalton, Wakanui, or Office of this Paper. 418 e

OATS, CHAFF, BRAN, and POTATOES, at Lowest Current Rates. JAMESON & ROBERTS

SEED WHEATS, true to name Hunter’s White Pearl (Essex) Purple Tuscan and White Tuscan, firstclass Small Lot of Hunters’s and Essex, damaged . OATS. Canadian SEED and FEED Crushed OATS, 3s 4d per bushel JOSEPH CLARK, Ashburton and Tinwald. 610 e

FOR SALE, CHEAP A splendid SECTION of LAND, at the Corner of St Asaph and Durham streets. For particulars apply to W. PENCELLY, Christchurch; Or 4720 L. H. WILKINS, Ashburton.

Business Notices. A LBER T F.L OUR STORES, East street. F. W. QUA^FE Begs to inform the Residents and Farmers of Ashburton and vicinity that lie has taken the Premises lately in the occupation of Mr Henry Bowers, Miller, where he intends offering the following goods : Flour, by the sack. „ 501 b Sharps, per bag Bran ~ Oats, per bushel SOAP. CANDLES. 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, 1s per lb Candles —Carriage, Is 2d per lb. CASH. Ashburton. 732 e nEEENeROCERY BUSINESS. W. Bartlett Begs to notify that he has Commenced Business in the GREENGROCERY LINE, and trusts to receive a fair share of Public support. Fresh Vegetables daily. New Milk, at the shop, 3d per quart. Note the address— W. BARTLETT, 757 e Tancred street (next Mrs Hodge’s).

Mrs Hooper, D BESSMAKEE, Cameron street West. All kinds of Plain Sewing. Kilting and Stitching. Ladies’ Hiding Habits and Boys’ Suits. Ladies wishing to make up their owfi materials can have patterns cut and fitted at a m . ’icrate charge. jl 6

Sealy Bros., I A SHEUETON NURSERIES,* Moore street, Ashburton ; AND River Bank, Tinwald. Established 1875. We beg to intimate to our numerous patrons and the public generally, that we are, as in the past, prepared to supply FRUIT and FOREST TREES, ROSES, Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, Roots, etc., in any quantity. As we Grow FRUIT TREES of all sorts and-true to name and clean, by TENS OF THOUSANDS, and FOREST TREES of all kinds by HUNDREDS OP THOUSANDS, Our Prices cannot be wiped out. Persons about to plant should send for Price List;or 'call at the Nursery, inspect the stock, and get quotations. Price lists and other information may also be obtained at our SEED STORE, East street. We have no connection with any other Nursery in Ashburton. Similarity of title recently assumed by. others notwithstandmS' SEALY BROS., ■ Seedsmen and Nurserymen, A 1 A. A cliVmrl-iMv

bee trade bakery Somerset Butchery. together, and by keeping a good LOAF at 6d,’ and -IGozs to the lb, trust td receive a share of patronage. Stick to Free Trade and Free Trade will Stick to You. U. LANCASTER. jl3 rjtHE ACID CERE. F. COUTTS and SONS, guaranteed ACETIC ACID is the best known cure for Rheumatism, Colds, Neuralgia, and acute and chronic diseases generally. SAFE, SIMPLE, CHEAP. To be had in Bottles,- price 3s Cd each, from MACKAY BROS., Sole Agents, Manchester street South, Christchi RCII. Pamphlet “Acotopathy” posted free AND Having combined the two Businesses to any address. CBBe

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 688, 14 July 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 688, 14 July 1882

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