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Business Notices. James Baker v T" AS OPENER, in Baker’s Buildings, 1 i Havelock street, as a GENERAL GROCER. He guarantees that the very best quality and quantity will Le procurable for tbs money. Ilia motto will bo CASH ONLY. The purchaser wdl thus save at least 25 per cent., for not having to pay for bad book debts. JAMES BAKER, Havelock Street (Opposite Harrison’s Auction Rooms). auS

Geo. e. goldsmith Begs to inform the inhabitants of Lauristbn and the surrounding districts that he has OPENED an establishment in Lauriston, where he intends to carry on the same business as he has been doing heretofore at Sherwood, viz., Blacksmiths; and Wheelwrights’ work of all descrips tions. GEO. E. GOLDSMITH, General Blacksmith, • Lauriston and Sherwood, au 26 (gADDLERY, SADDLERY. 1 The undersigned begs to thank his numerous customers for past support, and begs a continuance; also directing apecutf attention to his now present Stock of SADDLERY and HARNESS. Prices moderate, and a good article guaranteed. Horse Covers and Rugs at lowest possible prices. - t Note AddressjaS" James Talt SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER,' Saunier*’ Buildings, East street, Ashburton. 265(1 Public Companies. ¥[EW ZEALAND LOAN A MERr, JJM CANTILE AGENCY COMPANY (LIMITER). Capital, £3,000,000. Reserve, £200,000. Makes LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES on Freeholds, on Stations and Stock, and on growing clips of Wool. RECEIVES CONSIGNMENTS of Wool, Grain, Tallow, Leather, Hides, Skins, etc., for sale in New Zealand, Aus-' tralian, and London Markets. UNDERTAKES INDENTS of British, Continental, East Indian, and American goods, and Commissions in nil branches of Mercantile Business. • Supplies WOOL PACKS and CORN SACKS, at Lowest Current Rates. AGENTS IN CANTERBURY FOR— Ruston Proctor and Co.’s celebrated Com--bined Threshing Machines and Engines, acknowledged to be the Best Machines imported into New Zealand. . Felton and Guilleaume’s Patent Galvanised Steel-barb Fencing Wire. Candy’s Patent Cotton Belting. Malden Island Guano. Further particulars on application at the Company’s Offices, Christchurch or Ashburton. JOHN COOKE, Manager, Christchurch. GEO. WILKIN, Agent, nlO Ashburton. ORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY. Established 1809. Subscribed Capital Fire Fund Life Fund Premiums for 1880 £2,000,000 1,201,243 3,380,107 951,173Ashbueton Agency: POYNTZ AND CO., East street. 774 c THE MUTUAL FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW ZEALAND. The undersigned beg to intimate that the above Company has started Business in Ashburton, and that they have been appointed Agents, and are now prepared to receive proposals for INSURANCE. Premiums at a Discount of 25 per cent, off past current rates, o 2 TUCKER, RESTELL & GO. Sporting. INSLOW ANNUAL Races. MONDAY, Ist JAN., 1883. President —E. G. Wright, Esq., M.H.R.; Vice President, J. Carter, Esq.; Judge of Horses— M. Stitt, Esq.; Starter for Horse Races, W. Simpson, Esq.; Clerk of Course, H. Fowler, Etq. ; Clerk of Scales, H. Chichester, Esq.; Committee —Messrs S. James, T. Worner. G. Lawson, T. Gourlcy, E. Sanson, E. Alber, '* I‘. 1 ‘. Harris, D. Jackson ; Secretary—T. Williams. 1 Handicap Hurdle Race, of 12 sovs ; distance, miles ; nomination, 10s ; acceptance, 10s. 2. Winslow Cup (Handicap), of 20 sovs ; second hor e to save his stakes ; nomination, £1 ; acceptance, £l. 3. Trotting Race (Handicap), of 5 sovs; 2 miles ; nomination, 5a ; acceptance, ss. 4. Maiden Plate, of 5 sovs; one mile; weiglit-for-ago ; entrance, 10s. 5. Consolation Race, of 5 sovs; one mile ; nomination, ss; acceptance, ss. RULE No one will bo allowed to enter a horse unless a sub criberof half-a-guinea to the fond, or when the prizi is £2O or over, one guinea. All horses to liave been owned .in the Countj' three months prior to the Races. Three horses to start or no race. Nominations for Hurdle Race, Cup, and Trotting Race, to be sent in to the Secretary on or before the 2nd Dec. next, by 8 p. m. T, WILLIAMS, n2l Secretary. <> I—l—.'llWlhlTWlMUßfc mi VSaBBCag—BB—jgOXING! BOXING.'! BOXING!!! DAN LEA, Champion Light Weight of New Zealand, and ex Champion of England, has commenced giving Lessons in the Noble Art of Self Defence, in Mr Hill’s Sample Rooms, back of Somerset Hotel every TUESDAY and FRIDAY Nights, from 7-30 to 10 o’clock, for Pupil only. Private Class Lessons, £1 per month. N. B.—The rooms will bo thrown open every SATURDAY Night, for Public BOXING, under the superintendence of Dan himself. All written comtnunica- , tions to be addressed to Somerset Hotel. 9e

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 806, 30 November 1882

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