Business Notices. rjIINWALD SHOEING FORGE The New Shop on the Great South road (opposite Mr Jephson’s Timber Yard) is now OPEN, where a GENERAL BLACKSMITH'S BUSINESS will be carried on in all its Branches. All work done in a first-class style, and. at very reasonable charges. Fifteen per cent, deducted for cash, or ten per cent, on two months’ accounts. Shoeing, 6s and upwards for cash. The celebrated Sellars’ Mouldboards put on to any make of Plough, and guaranteed to give satisfaction. JAMES BEGG, jl 20 Manager. Donald Williamson GENERAL STOREKEEPER, East street, Ashburton, HAS always for sale a.large and varied stock, which will be sold at lowest paying prices. ... Groceries, Wines and Spirits, Ironmongery, Ploughshares, and Drapery, including all requisites of the trade. » I Men’s and Boys’ Clothing in great variety, made up toD. W.’sown order, from Kaiapoi, Mosgiel, and Roslyn Tweeds ; also, Colonial-made Flannels, Serges, and Blankets. D. W. would call special attention to his TEAS, so long and favorably- known, and now reduced to 25,-2s 6d, and 3s per lb. Families waited on for orders weekly. Gash purchasers supplied at wholesale prices. A heavy stojk of Boots and Shoos including old celebrated make. 79d
gADDLERY, SADDLERY. The undersigned begs to thank his numerous customers for past support, and begs a continuance; alSo directing .special attention to his now present Stock of SADDLERY and HARNESS. Prices moderate, and a good article guaranteed. Horse Covers and Rugs at lowest possible prices. Note Address^J' James Tait SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, Saunders’ Buildings, East street, Ashburton. 265 d
, [a caed.J PENGELLY, Practical Tailor, Durham street South, Christchurch. Lowest Prices. Established 1856. 707 d EW 'BUSINESS, The undersigned wishes to intimate that he has opened a GREENGROCERY, and CONFECTIONERY Business in Wills street, opposite the Fire Brigade station, where, on account of being a large grower of vegetables himself, he will be prepared to sell the best of everything in the trade, at cheapest rates for cash. Families waited on for orders. Fruit, Confectionery, etc., in great variety. Cash Purchaser of Fresh Butter and New Laid Eggs. EDWARD LING, 524 e " Proprietor. £JLO THING. * CLOTHING B. W. Alcorn Begs to announce that he has opened up n Immense Stock of Boys’, Youths’, nd Men’s Colonial-made CLOTHING, Selected specially for the approaching Season. S, W. ALCORN devotes special attention to the Ready-made Clothing Department, having most of his Garments made to order from carefully-chosen Colonial Tweeds, made by the celebrated Geelong, Kaiapoi, and Roslyn Factories. For the Best Value in Colonial-made Tweed Trousers and Yeats, you want to call at S. W. Alcorn’s. The Best House. for Colonial-made Tweed Suits is S. W. Alcorn’s. The Best House for Paget Cogits and suits is S. W. Alcorn’s. The Best House for Shirts of all kind is S. W. Alcorn’s. The Cheapest House for Hats, Scarve H.K.F.S. Braces, Collars, Ties, an Hosiery, is S. W. Alcorn’s, SPECIAL—Three cases of Super Lambs’-wool Drawers, plain and ribbe and Lambs’-wool Shirts, are now bein sold at a little over half the usual price. BOOTS. BOOTS. Colonial-made Boots of every descri tion. A large stock now on hand. Men’s Colonial-made Bluchers, Watertights, Shooters, and Elastic Sides. Ladies’ and Children’s Kid and Levant Boots in great variety. Ladies’ and Children’s Colonial Boots. For best value in Boots go to S. W. ALCORN’S, East street and Saunders’ Buildings.
TIN WALD STORE,' j 3( Opposite the Railway Shed. Opened Joke 18, 1881. Biggs and Reid, PROPRIETORS. B. and R. begs to inform their Farming friends and the public generally, that they have opened a GENERAL STORE, In Jones and Bradshaw’s old premises, opposite the Railway Shed, Tinwald, and solicit a share of the general ageCHEAP TEAS! TEAS! TEAS 1 Of the Best Blends, SUGARS! SUGARS !! SUGARS ! ! At remarkably Low Prices. CLOTHING ! CLOTHING! ! CLOTHING !!! And HARDWARE ! HARDWARE !! HARDWARE ! ! ! At Prices not to be rubbed out. B. and R.’s Cart is now running daily in the outlying districts. BIGGS AND REID. s oe ip HANK S. Edward Cookson Thinks this a fitting opportunity to return his thanks to the residents of Ashburton and district, for the patronage extended to him during the past eight years, and also for the kindly sympathy ho experienced at the time of the burning of his stables. That loss has now been made good, and he will be able to serve his patrons even better in the future than he lias done in the past. 729 e
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 701, 29 July 1882
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