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Wanted Apprentice.— wanted, a Smart BOY to learn the Tailoring Trade. Apply Craighead and Co. jl 27 ANTED—A MASTER for the Longbeach District Main School. Applications must be in by SATURDAY, sth August. Former applicants are invited to re-apply. JOHN GRIGG, j 126 Chairman, ANTED.—Good General SERVANT. Apply between 10 and 1 any day. Mrs Alfred Harrison, near the Domain. jl 26 ANTED KNOWN.—7Os A WEEK, if injured, on payment of a MERE TRIFLE. Apply J. C. Duncan, Agent Accident Insurance Company. jl 27 ANTED KNO\VN—LAST WEEK. The American Gem Studio will CLOSE on SATURDAY, 29th inst. Portraits. Is per dozen. Opposite the Mail ] office. - jl 17 ANTED KNOWN—That the best' place to get Short Firewood and the best Coals (delivered) is from Hayes’ Coal and. Wood Yar<L East street. 669 e WANTED KNOWN—That Robert Elston, Burnett street, Ashburton, having procured the NewestfApparatus, is prepared to SWEEP CHIMNEYS at very low rates. Any orders left at the Town Hall will receive prompt attention. 7600 WANTED Known—The late Proprie tress 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 a.t 18s per week ; BOARD only, 13s. Meals at all hours. 653 Special Advertisements.

6 PIANOS—JTTST ARRIVED, Newest styles and very latest improvements. RINSMEAD’S GOLD MEDAL PIANOS. - Guaranteed for five years.—H. J. Weeks, Ashburton Agent. XHIBITION GOLD MEDAL Pianos and Smith American Organs, just opened at H. J. Weeks’ Music Depot. PIANOS, PIANOS, PIANOS.— passed for style, tone and finish. Deferred payments. -t A ORGANS AND HARMONIUMS. Smith American, new styles, at Exhibition Prices. Deferred payments. ~jfy|~USlO in great variety, «£c., &c. CHURCH ORGANS. Grand Instru--ments. Imported at reduced prices. BARGAIN S. —Wanted Seen, two DRESDEN MODELS, good as new, considerably UNDER COST. Also, 4 others. JJUNTERS’ HORNS AND BUGLES. DDRESS H. J. WEEKS, Music Depot, Tancred street, Ashburton. FACTS speak for themselver.—Eight Pianos disposed of during the past few weeks, all of which give entire satisfaction. H. J. Weeks. FARMERS. A number pf Piano Cases lined with zinc for sale, which make splendid Corn Boxes. • ' Herr Otto Schweera, the celebrated Tuner, will be here early next week. In consequence of the large number of applicants, customers must be waited on as orders were 'sent in. Various makers; not to be aurUNI N G . r f 1 ci jl 29

gPECIAL NOTICE. TO THE INHABITANTS OF ASHBURTON AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. GL H. West and Co., MUSIC AND PIANOFORTE WAREHOUSEMEN, Princes street, Dunedin, Have great pleasure in announcing that they have appointed Mr G. F. HENRY, of Saunders’ Buildings, East Street, Asburton, as their Sole Agent and Representative in this district, and that it is their intention to cater for the Music-loving population of Ashburton in such a manler as has never before been attempted. Messrs G. R. West & Co. are the Largest Direct Importers of PIANOS, ORGANS, HARMONIUMS, BRASS, WIND, AND STRINGED INSTRUMENTS In the Colony, and a large and varied stock of the above will always be found at their Agent’s Depot. Mr G. R. West, being at present in England, is shipping direct to Dunedin all the latest novelties in MUSIC ! MUSIC ! ! MUSIC !! ! And G. F. Henry respectfully solicits a call from his friends, teachers, and the public in general to inspect his magnificent stock of Music, personally selected by himself in Dnnedin. In connection with the above, wo have retained the services of Mias Gates (organist of St. Stephen’s Church) who will bo in attendance daily from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m., to receivp Pupils for the Piano, Organ, and Harmonium. Terms on application. SAUNDERS'BUILDINGS, Bast Street, Ashburton. U; ; , 820®

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 701, 29 July 1882

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 701, 29 July 1882

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