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Wanted HUTT ROAD BOARD. Applications, addressed to the Chairman, will be received at the Office up till SATURDAY, the 23rd inat., from persons veiling to act as POUNDKEEPER for the Methven Pound for one year ; duties tp commence from January 7th, 1883. Particulars as to duties, etc., can be obtained at the Road Board office, Methven. W. B. COMPTON, 19d Overseer, i. ■jntTANTED, in January, a GENERAL |VV SERVANT who can milk. Refer'ejnces required. Apply to Mrs Bonifant, Avoca. 19d WANTED— A SITUATION, by a competent man, as driver of an engine with combine, etc. Home and Colonial experiences. Apply, W. Whinbay, P. 0., Master ton, North Island. d!6 WANTED— TENDERS for Cutting, Stooking, and Stacking 323 acres of Wheat on the Mount Hutt Estate. Par ticulars may be obtained at Messrs Morgan and Hires’, Methven. The lowest pr any tender not necessarily accepted 19 1 j ANTED KNOWN—That A. ORR is selling Best Currants, 6d per lb; Splendid Tea, 2s and 2s 6d. Every article equally as cheap. dl9 TITTANTED KNOWN—That Kingston jVV and Steel’s Berlin Wool and Fancy Repository is the Cheapest House in town for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Havelock street. 18d WANTED EVERYBODY to know that Hayes and Co.’s is the Cheapest House in Town for CLOTHING and DRAPERY. au 12 ANTED KNOWN—That Robert Elston, Burnett street, Ashburton, having procured the newest apparatus, is prepared to Sweep Chimneys at very low rales. Any orders left at the Town Hall will receive prompt attention. • 760 c w ANTED KNOWN. That BONEDUST, specially prepared for drilling with carrots, mangolds, etc., can be obtained from the undersigned. F. MAYO, Hampstead Bone Mills. WANTED 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 continue to run as before The name of Mr Hicks will be a sufficient guara tee that, under his management, Bread of unexceptionable quality will be turned out of the BAKERY, East street —R. Lancaster, Proprietor. 240

Special Advertisements. SAMUELSOK’S PRIZE SHEAF TWINE BINDER & HARVESTER THE NEW ZEALAND GRAIN AGENCY AND MERCANTILE COMPANY, LIMITED, Have landing, ex Marlborough, their first shipment of the bamuelson PRIZE TWINE BINDER AND HARVESTER. The Machines, which are now being fast sold, have many material improvements on the one exhibited by Messrs •SamucUon 1"-* Amnnar others we may mention especially the NEW AND STRONG MAIN GEAR FRAME CHAIN LIFTING GEAR ON TRAVELLING WHEEL RAISING AND LOWERING GEAR FOR GRAIN WHEEL PATENT OILING ARRANGEMENTS FOR DRIVING-WHEEL IMPROVED SHIFTING REEL. These, combined with the lightness of draught, lowness of cut, simplicity of construction, and strength of material, render the machine the most complete offered this season. The Binder is simple and easy to operate and automatic, making sheaves regular in size and with perfect separation and good shape, with secure knot. Messrs Samuelsi.n, in perfecting this machine, have avoido I complication, and have carefully studied extreme simplicity and facility of adjustment. An expert from Messrs Samuelson’s Factory is now on the way out, and will arrive in New Zealand early in December, so as to be present to render his services during next harvest. Early application is necessary te avoid disappointment in securing a machine. G. G. STEAD, Managing Director. P. CUNNINGHAM, Consulting Director. W. HORNE, 12au Agent, Ashburton.

OOA L. COAL. COAL. Wo have now IN STOCK, ex Conference, a large supply of the Old Lambton Coal. This is the BEST HOUSE COAL imported. 18n TUCKER, REST ELL & CO. 'VTOTICE TO BLACKSMITHS, aM BREWERS, AND OTHERS. Just landed, ex Mary Campbell, from Greymouth, a supply of the CELEBRATED Brunner Coal, The best procurable for blacksmith and steam purposes. n 27 TUCKER, RESTELL & CO.

The Smith Organ, Made expressly for churches, very strong and plain case, twenty sop*, octave couplers, grand swell, twenty-nine pedal notes of two registers (equal to fifty-eight notes), double exhausting bellows (to blow by hand for full power, but a foot lover can be used for the soft organ). Altogether a complete powerful church organ at a comparative small cost, and combining the stops and swells of the pipe organ costing four times the amount. Any ordinary player can use this organ. Guaranteed for five years. These organs are imported at special low prices for churches, and sold on terms to suit customers. Organs exchanged if not satisfactory. Further particulars from H. J. WEEKS, MUSIC SELLER, ASHBURTON. Agent for 0. Begg & Co. Importers.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 823, 20 December 1882

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 823, 20 December 1882

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