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Business Notice. SPRING MIL L ? ER Y 1882. ■ PERTH HOUSE. COLOMBO ST., CHRISTCHURCH. MISS DUNCAN is ■ now showing a Large and Varied Assortment of SPRING} MILLINERY and DRAPERY in the LATEST STYLES, to which'she particularly draws the attention of her friends and the public in general. Among the articles which she desires specially to eniiiherate will be found the following, all of which are .well worth inspection : Bonnets, Feathers Corsets, Baby Linen, Hats, Flowers, Underclothing, Pinafores. Miss‘Duncan is prepared to undertake Dressmaking irl all its branches, and Millinery in the newest and most approved, styles. . Having .engaged a Itirge krid efficient staff of assistants, Miss Duncan will be enabled to execute orders with f the utmost despatch. Ladies’ own material made up. Mourning within the shortest notice.. Note the address—jßEßTH H O f U SR, ; COLOMBO ST., CHRISTCHURCH, Opposite E. Reece,‘ironmonger. BURT ON BREWERY, CAMERON STREET. xlngnstus Moore Has great pleasure in announcing to his numerous friends and the public that, having PURCHASED the Ashburton Brewery, situate in Caaneron street, Ashburton, lately carried on under the style of Wood and Co., he is now PREPARED to SUPPLY their CELEBRATED ALES and STOUT in town and surrounding districts, and trusts that by 'keeping a firstclass article to merit the support hitherto given to Messrs Wood and Co., and having been successful in obtaining a Prize Medal at theMelbourneExhibitionfor two successive years, competing against English Ale, also several Prize Medals in Canterbury and elsewhere, should be a sufficient guarantee as to the superior quality of our Ales and Stouts. ' ' AUGUSTUS MOORE, (Late Wood & Co.), Brewer, Malster, and Bottler, Cameron street, Ashburton.

WITH reference to the above advertisement Messrs Wood and Co. beg to thank the public for their support during the, past five years-, and' trust that the support hitherto given to them will be bestowed on their successor. jl 20 TIN WALD COAL, TIMBER, AND FIREWOOD DEPOT. Cyril Jephsoi} Has in stopk and for sale the fallowing,.at lowest-possible rates Building Timber, in Red, White, and' Black Pine ; Kauri i and Totara Linings, Floorings, Mouldings; Skirtings and Architraves, Casements, Doors' and Sashes ; Galvanised Iron, sft to Oft ; Spouting, Ridging, and Guttering ; Nails, Locks, Sheet Lead, and Zinc; Lime and Bricks; V.D.L. Shingles-and Palings; Fencing Wire, both Barbed and Plain, 8,9, and 10 ; a nice assortment of Registers and Grates ; Nails and Ironmongery. SPECIALITY —Having made arrangements for tho delivery of Tasmanian Woods, I can supply Blue Gum and Stringy Bark, in sizes from 2 x 1 to 12 x 12, at very low rates. My Gates and Hurdles are still holding their own—stocks now on hand. To hand —A large consignment of Split Posts and Rails, in Birch and B. Pine ; Newcastle and Native Coals; Black Pine,/Mixed and Manuka Firewood, long and shore, on hand, at cheaper-rates than anywhere else in the County. C. JEPHSON,. Coal, Timber, and Firewood Merchant, TINWALD, au6 .P.&D. Duncan, .; Ag rioultur al implement ’ MANUFACTURERS, CHKISTOHUKOIf AND A SHE ORTON. Manufacturers of PLOUGHS—DoubIe, Treble, and Single, which have secured for them tho HIGHEST AWARDS at all the Exhibitions and Ploughing Matches at which they have competed ; amongst them being the Melbourne Exhibition One Gold and One Silver Medal, being the MOST AWARDED to any New Zealand Exhibitor in that Classi - New Zealand International Exhibition For Double and Treble Furrows, Gold Medal ; for Single , Farrows, Gold Medal—again being the recipients of the HIGHEST and MOST AWARDS. These Ploughs are made to take either Hornsby, C, or Ransome’s Shares, Cast, Wrought, and Steel, either Flat or Round Coulter Stalks, and Swivel Skeiths if desired. The Skeiths are fitted with our New Patent Centres, which for efficiency and durability have never been surpassed. We are also Manufacturers of a\i IMPROVED BROADCAST SEEDSOWER, Which scented at the New Zealand International Exhibition the HIGHEST AWARD of a SILVER ; MEDAL. Farm Drays, Spring Drays, Spring Carta, Harrows, Rollers (iron -and wood), Gruhbeis (new design), Drag Harrows, Grass Seed Strippers, Improved Folding Straw Elevators, Whippletrees. Blocks and Ropes for four horses, Fencing Standards, and every other description of Farm Implements and Machinery are manufactured and on salt) by us. REPAIRS to MACHINERY, etc. both agricultural and otherwise, are undertaken by us in CHRISTCHURCH and ASHBURTON, at reasonable charges.

,vVE Kelson, Moate and Co. been awarded the GOLD MEDAL for Superior TEAS and system of Blending ? —YES. Has 11. M. Oaksow been ap T point e<l Solo Agent (Wholesale and Retail) for Ashburton and District 1 YES. Are those To a a Eagerly Bought by the General Public wherever introduced 1 —YES. Why?—The GOLD MEDAL referred to answers fully, and consumers practically endorse the opinion .of the Exhibition Judges ; and so H. M. Carson knows by his steadily increasing sales that these Teas are approved of. Does H. M. Carson sell anything besides this £|lende.d Tea ?—OH, YljS ; Fruits in variety, tpid almost Every Article in the Italian and Grocery Trades. Small expenses and Cash Transactions enable H. M. Carson to give his customers GOOD VALUE. Kew Goods being _ opened every day. Another consignment of the Blended Packet Teas Just Arrived. H. M. CARSON, Fruit and Italian Warehouse, next Bank of New Zealand, East street, all

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 782, 1 November 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 782, 1 November 1882

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