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Business NoticesBRING FRUITS & VEGETABLES^ W. T. Davison Has now a Large Siock of the above, consisting of Peas, New Potatoes, Cucumbers, Gooseberries, and Rhubarb ; also, Oranges, Apples, and a large stock of confectionery, and all kinds of cooling drinks for the hot months. W. T. DAVISON, Left hand Shop, Town Hall, Ashburton. 13 s 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 the money. His motto will be CASH ONLY. The purchaser will thus save at least 26 per cent., for not having to pay for bad book debts. JAMES BAKER, Havelook Street (Opposite Harrison's Auction Rooms). au3 GEO. E. GOLDSMITH Begs to inform the inhabitants of Lauriston 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 descriptions. GEO. E. GOLDSMITH, General Blacksmith, Lauriston and Sherwood, an 26 ORR & Go. .Ironmongers, beg to inform the Ashburton public that they have been appointed AGENTS for .the undermentioned Machines, and trust that all who are thinking of buying a Sewing or Kilting Machine will call and see these before deciding on any other make. THE LIGHT-RUNNING Standard. : , SEWING MACHINE IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD; SOW MIND YOU DON’T FORGET *1

The HOME COMPANION (hand treadle) by the same makers as “ Standard,” is a perfectly reliable Am can-made Machine, and has given equivocal satisfaction wherever in duced, and deserves the attention of th public. The “Standard” KILTER.— Th Machine will be found a great boon Dressmakers and others, and we anti ci pate a large and ready sale for this. It can be worked by hand, treadle, or steam power, and will Make Ant Kind ox Kilt Desired. Can be altered to dif ferent styles and widths immediately ua n a most simple manner INSLOW ANN U At Races* MONDA7, 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, Esq. ; Clerk of Scales, H. Chichester, Esq.; Committee —Messrs S. James, T. Worner, G. Law* son, T. Gourley, E. Sanson, E. Alber, W. Harris, D. Jackson ; Secretary — T. Williams. 1. Handicap Huddle Race, of 12 aova ; distance, 1A miles ; nomination, 10s ; acceptance, 10s. 2. Winslow Cup (Handicap), of 20 sova ; second hor e to save his stakes ; nomination. £1 ; acceptance, £l. 3. Trotting Race (Handicap), of 5 sots; 2 miles ; nomination, 5s ; acceptance. ss. 4. Maiden Plate, of 5 sovs; one mile; weight-for-age ; entrance, 10s. 5. Consolation Race, of 5 sovs; one mile ; nomination, ss; acceptance, 6s. No one will be allowed to enter a hone unless a sub criber of half-a-guinea to the fond, or when the prize is £2O or over, one guinea. ■ All horses to have been owned ; n the County three months prior to the Races. Three horses to start or no race. No protest will be entertained unless £1 be deposited wMi the Secretary, which will be forfeited should the same, in the opinion of the Committee, prove frivolous. No one flowed to train a horse on the course one week before the races, under penalty of being disqualified. gOXING! BOXING!! BOXING!!! DAN LEA, Champion Light Weight of Nevr 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 evtry TUESDAY and FRIDAY Nights, from 7.30 to 10 o’clock, for Pupil only. Private Class Lessons, £1 pe month. N.B.—The rooms will be thrown openevery SATURDAY Night, for Public; BOXING, under the superintendence of Dan himself. All written communications to be addressed to Somerset Hotel. Sporting. RULE K n2l T. WILLIAMS, Secretary.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 813, 8 December 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 813, 8 December 1882

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