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Business Notices. James Baker HAS OPENED, in Baker’s Buildings, Havelock street, as a GENERAL GROCER, He guarantees that the very best quality and quantity will be procurable for tlie money. . His motto will be CASH ONLY. The purchaser will thus save at least 25 per cent., for not having to pay for bad bock debts. JAMES BAKER, Ha.vei.ock Street (Opposite Harrison’s Auction Rooms). au3 0 0 T S. B BOOTS. JOHN JOHNSON begs to inform the inhabitants of Methven and the adjacent district that he has a LARGE STOCK ! of Men’s Elastic Sides, Men’s Shooting Boots, Blucher’s Boots; Shoes—Ladies’ [ Kid Elastic Side Boots, House and Laceups ; Boys’ Strong Nailed Boots ; also a large assortment of Children’s Boots of all sizes. J. JOHNSON, Boot Depot, Methven. jl 27 3D COACH FACTORY, Havelock street. The undersigned Firm wish to inform their numerous Customers that their Commodious Brick Premises being now completed, they are prepared to Execut all Orders entrusted to their care in first-class manner, and with despatch. Baker & Brown. Messrs Elz Bros.* WHILE thanking the public for their liberal support, beg to intimate to their friends and customers that they have greatly enlarged their premises, and wish to notify that they are now in a position to do all kinds of work—from building new to repairing carriages of all descriptions. A large and choice stock always on hand, which their friends are invited to inspect. All work is under the supervision of Messrs Elz Bros, themselves. Charges strictly moderate. Note the Address—' WILLS STREET (Next Cookson’s Stables), • Ashburton. 395 e

rtffiriaalfthi “Vrm 'Vrmurray^ «<n> NJZ “ riIAKE TIME BY THE EOREX LOOK” The circumstances of social life are widely different in these colonies from those at Home, and therefore the colonial market requires different treatment. This fact Robert Murray, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, East street, Ashburton, was not long in learning after his arrival on these shores, and he at once set his attention upon supplying WATCHES, which, while constructed with every regard to accuracy and reliableness in time-keeping, are also supplied with extra heavy cases, to resist the wear and tear of colonial life. He has just received another supply of watches, and invites attention to prices. Celebrated Englisn levers, made expressly for R. Murray, specially suited for colonial wear, with extra heavy cases, all the latest improvements, at L 6, L 6 6s, L 6 10s ; higher classes, L 7, L 8 10s, LlO 10s, and Ll2 12s; Rotherhams, L 6 10s. Printed guarantee with each watch sold. Attention is called to the Clocks, Jewellery, and English Plate in stock, and to the fact that all kinds of REPAIRING are done on the premises and GUARANTEED. R. MURRAY’S SHOP is CONSPICUOUS by the “ REGULATOR ” of his own manufacture which occupies a place in his window, and serves as an authority on mean time to the town. Watches free and safe by post on receipt of P. O. O. 730c-960 J. SHEBBIFE, Monumental mason, Manchester street south, and Barbadoes street (near the Cemetery), Christchurch. A large stock of Head-Stones, Tombs, and Monuments always on handDesigns forwarded on application. For further particul" s apply to L. H. Wilkins, Agent, Ashburton. 188 BAKER BROS., UILDERS, CONTRACTORS AN UNDERTAKERS Wakanui road and Cass street Ash B Pi .AXIS rKI’i’ARED A ESTIM JI/EN

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 800, 23 November 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 800, 23 November 1882

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