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ORE f The undersigned bavin; well-known Hotel, begs friends and the travellii tally that they will alwayi fort, combined with civili Wines, Beer, and Spiri brands, &c. Good Stabling and Seci JOHN BO 1 c ' THE GLASGOW Comer of Dowling an Dunedin J. DONALI Proprieto; Has opened a place in the above, which he has i “THE BODI and can promise to sup with a betfer Glass of direct from the cask in a they can obtain anywhere Dowling Street. P “THE BODE T HE S H Hereford st W. H. FOR' Begs to announce that Rebuilt the Shades, and : patronage of his friends, generally, is determined t attaching to the old hous< lence of its wines, spirits ales, shall be fully mainta Especial attention has 1 Cuisine, the resources being very complete. One of the Largest Rai and a Grill of correspond! fitted therein. The services of one of i been secured, so that th< at the Shades are second colony. Gentlemen whose bus necessitate luncheon in th< i ally, solicited to patrpnis mens. 1 NT TS I —THa Grin is in f

Conveyances. LONGBEACH x ROYAL MAIL COACH Leaves Longbeach for Ashburton daily (Sundays excepted) at 7.30 a.m., Water ton 8.10 a. m., Ashton 8.25 a. m., Wheatstone 8.45 a.in., arriving at Ashburton in time for the 10.24 express from Christchurch to Timaru. The coach leaves Shearman s * fJ> , Stjmprset ;,Hcitel, -Aslibbrisn/.i.:alt 4.50 p.m., arriving at Longbeach at 7*30 KOilW&ivftMfr or ;prderaleftiafe>ny. of the ' 1 above places wiU receive strict attention baA 4lf ♦>J f e* ttrD dame day, Bs. .n-soW v. vy u.-* 4270 Longbeach. INWaLD AND MOUNT SOMERS railway. MOUNT SOMERS AND ANAMA ROYAA MAIL COACH. This Coach leaves Hood’s Hotel, Mount Somers, for Anatna Railway Station,; at 7.30 a.m. and 5.35 p.m. every Tuesday and Saturday; returning to Mount Somers on the arrival of each train. Parcels and Luggage punctually attended to. -.V I| y >: i » Single i alres," ?8 ; refciital3s; s 4n JOHN HOOD. ! ■= y s ’ ; ‘c F TO PASSENGERS. The Coach to Cracroft will be DISCONTINUED until further notice, on account of bad roads, and the Mail w < be carried on a pack-horse. ■ A. JACKSON, 277 e Proprietor. Business Notices. y7 r E. Bm-,,., * ‘ ’ Proprietor, Summer Fashions* t .oD ft "J HAYE now Opened up 40 Cases of NEW .GOODS (‘for the season, im- £» . ’ . F ported direct from the Borne Markers.

All the Latest Novelties in Ladies.’ Hats, Flowers, Feathers, Sun-Shades, Dress Goods, Prints, Satteens, Oatmeal Cloth, Laces, etc. Also 'an immense Stock of Household Drapery, Carpets, etc. S. W. ALCORN, 025 East street. OP REMOVAL. The Undersigned takes this opportunity oithanking his numerous patrons and the public generally for the liberal share of support accorded to him during the past, and intimates that he has REMOVED from Saunders’ Buildings to PROSPECT BUILDINGS, East street (next Mr Murray’s, watchmaker), and hopes, by still continuing td keep a good article, to be favored with a fair share of public support. J. RANGER, Pkospici BcXUiIHOS, East street. p 29 James Heseltine (Late Thomas Dudson), SADDLER, Burnett street, begs to announce that he has bought the business lately carried on by T. Dudson; 1 and that -he is prepared to supply Saddlery and execute all Repairs at exceptionally low rates. J. H. also begs to state that he is still carrying on his Tinwald business, where his numerous friends and customers may depend on their orders being carried out an her tofore. J. Heseltine, Ashburton and Tinwald. jsß!

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 804, 28 November 1882

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 804, 28 November 1882

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