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Wanted WANTED —A few young ladies as APPRENTICES to the Dressmaking. Apply to A. Ojrk. n2O WANTED— A SITUATION of trust in an office, or any capacity. References to be seen at the Office of this Paper. n 29 WANTED— SHEARERS. Longbeach Shed opens on MONDAY, the 27th inst. T. W. HOCKEN, 28n Manager. w N T E D. SHEARERS, to start at once. Apply Dudley and Northby, Tinwald or Trevorton. n 29 WANTED KNO WN-OTAGO BOOK SOCIETY has arrived. New vola, of Hoy’s Own and Girl’s Own Annuals. New prize books and all requisites for Schools at London prices—at Saunders’ Buildings—till sth Dec only. J. R. McDonald, Agent. 29n WANTED TO LET A ThreeStalled STABLE, Harness Room, Shed, and Loft above. Rent Low. J. S. Savage, Painter, Peter street. Au 26 WANTED 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 my Large and Wellselected Stock ofFANCY STATIONERY, BOOKS, NEW MUSIC, Etc., all at Dunedin prices. GEO. F. HENRY, an 5 Saunders’ Buildings. YTT'aNTED KNOWN—That Robert VV Elston, Burnett street, Ashburton, having procured the newest apparatus, is prepared to Sweep Chimneys at very low rates. Any orders left at the Town Hall will receive prompt attention. -yy- ANTED KNOW. N. That BONEDUST, specially prepared for drilling with carrots, mangolds, etc., can be obtained from the undersigned. F. MAYO, Hampstead Bone Mills. ANTED KNOWN—It is Mr Lancaster’s 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 Bread alone, independent of the other Two Carts, which will con- \ tinue 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.

LETTS’ DIARIES, Office and Pocket, for 1883. JOSEPH COOK’S LECTURES. IDLES, CHURCH SERVICES and PRAYER-BOOKS. Cricketing material— Gloves, Footballs, e*c. FIR i '. SCREENS, Stove Ornaments, Gold and Silver Shavings. ELOPHONESTIaELOPHO N ES. 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. The pictorial history of THE WORLD, just issued by the National Publishing Company of America, Contains a vast amount of information, admirably printeo, profusely illustrated, and handsomely bound. Subscribers wanted. 00OUNT B O O K S Various Sizes and Descriptions. 21 C s HOO L B And Requisites. OO K S NVEL O P E Business, Official, and Fancy. S, Toys, fancy goods, wools. CREWEL ►IANOS, HARM I . -h. VMS, ORGANS AND MUSIC. JJYMNS (Ancient .aid Modern), Wesleyan and Presbyterian HYMNBOOKS. Foolscap and account sales PAPER. N O T E PAPE Various Sizes and Qualities. R, JEL M. Jones, BURNETT ST. & BARING SQUARE. Bookbinding Executed in All Branches. Great OF A LARGE SALVAGE STOCK L E FURNITURE! FURNITURE! Furniture ! Also, a large quantity of NEW and SECOND-HAND FURNI-TURE-CHEAP. All kinds of Turnery, Carving, &c. Bedroom and Drawing-room Suites. John Meech, BURNETT STREET, Ashbdkton. Showrooms—Next Bullock’s Arcade Workshop—Next Mail hTico. "F YOU WANT GOOD AND STRONG FURNITURE, GO TO DAVIS'S CHEAP FURNITURE AND BEDDING MANUFACTORY, EAST STREET SOUTH, ASHBURTON. fpVERY article Sold at Christchurch Pbxoes and guaranteed best of material and workmanship. F U*N SEALS CHEAPLY & COMPLETELY FDHNISHED ; ' So

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 806, 30 November 1882

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 806, 30 November 1882

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