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Wanted WANTED— A SITUATION as General Servant in a private family. Apply for address, Office of this Paper. n 4 ANTED—A General SERVANT Apply Mas Paekin, Moore street. n 4 ANTED—A Good General SERYANT. Apply at Ore & Co.’a. n2 WANTED— CARETAKER for the Ashburton Cricket Club, one with previous experience preferred. Applications to be sent in not later than SATURDAY, Nov. 11th, to A. PIXLEY, 4n Hon. Secretary, A.O.C. WANTED TO LET A ThreeStalled STABLE, Harness Room, Shed, and Loft above. Rent Low. J. S. Savage, Painter, Peter street. Au 26 WANTED TO LET. Six-roomed HOUSE, with five acres Land, and all conveniences. Apply, George Gaukeodgee. WANTED EVERYBODY to know that Hayes and Co.’s is the Cheapest House in Town for CLOTHING and DRAPERY. au 12 TIT ANTED KNOWN—A Beautiful VV Assortment of F [RE-STOVE ORNAMENTS, newest patterns, direct from London. Also, Fancy STATIONERY, etc. Andeewes Bros. , Booksellers, Stationers, etc., East street south, Ashburton. s 20 WANTED KNOWN—It is Mr Lancaster'a intention to extend his Bread Business, and he wishes his customers to know he has secured Mr Thomas Hicks to manage that branch. A Cart will be run with Broad alone, independent of the other Two Carts, which will continue to run as before. The name of Mr Hicks will be a sufficient guarantee that, under his management, Bread of unexceptionable quality will be turned out of the FREETRADE BAKERY, East street.—R. Lancaster, Proprietor. 240 Special Advertisements.

Thomas Taylor, •jgAKER AND CONFECTIONER, East street. WEDDIN G OAKES To Order. Manufacturer of CIDER AND OTHER CORDIALS, Wholesale and Retail. o!4 JUST RECEIVED —ex “Thorne" (from London)— a splendid selection of FANCY GOODS, comprising—Writing Desks and Cases, Workboxes (rosewood, walnut, and mahogany), Blotting Pads (papier mache), Fancy Inkstands, Photographic and Scrap Albums (at all prices). Purses, Portmonnaes, Ladies’ and Gents’ Spring Card Cases (pearl and Morocco leather). Pencil Cases, Stationery Racks, Ink (large and small jars), School Books, and Stationery of every description. A large stock of Cricketers’ Materials of every kind. Children’s Balls, Dolls, Toys, &c. ANDREWES BROS., Booksellers, Stationers, &c. , East street south, Ashburton. jl2g Bibles, church services and PRAYER-BOOKS. HYMNS (Ancient and Modern), Wesleyan and Presbyterian HYMNBOOKS. CRAPS and SCRAP ALBUMS, Photograph and Pocket Albums. CRICKETING MATERIAL— Gloves, Footballs, etc. FIRE SCREENS, Stove Ornaments, Gold and Silver Shavings. MELOPHONES. MELOPHONES.— The newest and most wonderful Musical Instrument before the public—far surpassing the Orguinette in Utility, Sweetness of Tone, and Price. Any child can play it. fTIHE PICTORIAL HISTORY OP J- THE WORLD, just issued by the National Publishing Company of America. Contains a vast amount of information, admirably printed, profusely illustrated, and handsomely bound. Subscribers wanted. A COOUNT BOOKSVarious Sizes and Descriptions. s OHOOL BOOKS And Requisites. N O T E PAPE Various Sizes and Qualities, R, Foolscap and account sales paper. Envelopes, Business, Official, and Fancy. T OYS, FANCY GOODS, CREWEL WOOLS. S LATES, INKS, PENCILS, PENS, &C., &G. >IANOS, HARMONIUMS, ORGANS AND MUSIC. -f JEL M. Jones, BURNETT ST. & BARING SQUARE. &S* Bookbinding Executed in All Branches. -pIPE ORGANS. PIPE ORGANS. Pipe Organs. The attention of the Public, Trustees, andVestriesof Churches is especially cirawn to these Instruments. They have been especially manufactured to our order by one o' the oldest and most celebrated firms of Organ builders in London, and can be confidently recommended as particularly suitable for Olurch purposes. These Instruments are contracted of the very beat material, and in handsome mediaeval case. Are very durable, combined with rare purity and equisite sweetness of tone, and great volume of sound. The open diapason pipes siand in front of the o gan, and are elegantly decorated. There is no reed organ at anything like the price that will compare with these instruments for pmifcy combined with richness of tone and volume of sound. Some of thete Organs have been purchased for various churches in Christchurch and given great satisfaction. Organ, Manual, Compass CC to A, 60 notes, with separate pedal organ CCC to C B notes, 30 pedal keys CO to F, containing the following stops : 1. Open Diapason, Tenor, C Metal, 48 notes 2. Stop, Diapason, CC Wood, 12 notes 3. Dulciana, Tenor, C Metal, 48 notes 4. Harmonic, Flute, C Metal, 58 notes 5. Bourdon, CCC Wood, 13 notes 0. Great to pedals. Price—Ll2o ; can be paid on terms extending over four years, or longer if required. No interest charged for first year. Further particulars may bo obtained from H. M. Jones, Agent for MILNER AND THOMPSON, Ashbuexon.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 786, 6 November 1882

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 786, 6 November 1882

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