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Wanted WANTED— A General SERVANT. Apply Mas Parkin, Moore street n4 ANTED—A Good General SERYANT. Apply at Obb & Co.’a. n2 XT?”ANTED —A smart YOUTH, for the VV Office, apply sharp, in own handwriting, addressed to Tub Manager, Office of this Paper. n 6 WANTED TO LET. Six-roomed HOUSE, with five acres Land, and all conveniences. Apply, George Gaukrodger. WANTED TO LET A ThreeStalled STABLE, Harness Room, Shed, and Loft above. Rent Low. J. S. Savage, Painter, Peter street. Au 26 ANTED EVERYBODY to know that Hayes and Co.’s is the Cheapest House in Town for CLOTHING and DRAPERY. au 12 WANTED —The Ladies of Ashburton to inspect mv Large and Wellselected Stock of FANCY STATIONERY, BOOKS, NEW MUSIC, Etc., all at Dunedin prices. GEO. P. HENRY, au 5 Saunders’ Buildings. TXT ANTED KNOWN—A Beautiful VV Assortment of FIRE-STOVE ORNAMENTS, newest patterns, direct from London. Also, Fancy STATIONERY, etc. Andbewes Bros. , Booksellers, Stationers, etc., East street south, Ashburton. s 20 WANTED KNOWN—It is Mr Lancaster’s intention to extend his Bread Business, and ho 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. JUfcT RECEIVED —ex “Thorne” (from London) —a splendid selection o! FANCY GOOD'S, 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 Crickeie l s’Materials of every kind. Children’s Balls, Dolls, Toys, &c. AN DR EWES BROS., Booksellers, Stationers, &o. , East street south, Ashburton. jl2g Bibles, church services and PRAYER-BOOKS. HYMNS (Ancient and Modern), Wesleyan and Presbyterian HYMNBOOKS. TRAPS aud SCRAP ALBUMS, Photog r aph and Pocket Albums. CL CKETING MATERIAL— Gloves, Footballs, ere. FIR -J 1 SCREENS, Stove Ornaments, jold and Silver Shavings. MELOPHONES. MELOPHOSES The newest and most wonderful Musical Instrument before the public—far surpassing the Orguinette in Utility, Sweetness Tone, and Price. Any child can play it. fTIHE PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE WOULD, just issued by the National Publishing Company of America, Contains a vast amount of information*, admirably printeo, profusely illustrated, and handsomely bound. Subscribers wanted. A 1 CC O U N T BOOKS— Various Sizes and Descriptions. 8 HOOL BOOK S' And Requisites. N O T E PAPE Various Sines and Qualities. R, tAOOLSCAP AND ACCOUNT SALES 1 paper. N V E li O P E S, [j Business, Official, and Fancy. Toys, fancy goods, wools. CREWEL 8 LATES, INKS, PENCILS, PENS, &c., &c. PIANOS, HARMONIUMS, ORGANS AND MUSIC. H. M. Jones, BURNETT ST. & BARING SQUARE. ggS* Bookbinding Executed in All Branches. ATCHMAKERS JjEWEUERS m is. nsH GH-GH, The Celebrated American Waltham Yatchea, in sterling hunting cases, from £3 10s. N.B.—None genuine unless en.raved “Waltham, Mass.” on movement. Rotherham’s Celebrated English Levers, from £5 10s. All Watches Examined, Timed, and Guaranteed Two Years , The Smith Organ, Made expressly for churches, very strong and plain case, twenty stop?, octave couplers, grand swell, twenty-nine pedal notes of two registers (equal to fifty-eight notes), double exhausting bellows (to blow by hand for full power, but a foot lever can be used for the soft organ'. Altogether a complete powerful church organ at a comparative small cost, and combining the stops and swells of the pipe organ costing four times the amount. Any oidinary player can use this organ. Guaranteed for five years. These organs are imported at special low prices for churches, and sold on terms to suit customers. Organs exchanged if not satisfactory. Further particulars from H. J. WEnKS, MUSIC SELLER, ASHBURTON. Agent for G. Begg & 00. Importers.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 788, 8 November 1882

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 788, 8 November 1882

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