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Business Notices. CHRISTMAS SUPPLIES, AT H. M. Carson’s, TEA, GROCERY, FRUIT, AND ITALIAN WAREHOUSE, Next the Bank of New Zealand, East Street, Asubekion.

Or-ngea Lemons Cherries Strawberries Gooseberries Pine Apples French Plums Parcelona Nuts Brazil Nuts Cocoanuts Soft-shell Almonds Jordan Almonds Layer Rnsins New Figs New Jams New Marmalade Raisins, Currants, and Sultanas Lemon, Citron, and Orange Peels Essences in variety Sardines Salmon Lobsters Mackerel Findon Haddock Fresh Herrings Biscuits in variety French HoneyOream Turkish Delight Chocolate Creams Scotch Mixtures London Mixtures Sugar Almonds Jujubes, 5 sorts Butter Scotch Bonbons Kisses Conversation Lozenges Gelatine do Musk do Rose do Peppermint do Somebody’s Luggage Perfumery— Jockey Club Rose Musk Yiolet Lavender Water Exhibition Bouquet Essence Bouquet Rondelitia &c., &.

Lime Juice Cordial, Raspberry Vinegar, Ginger Wine, Lemonade, Ginger Ale, Herbal Beer .* Pipes, Tobaccos, and Cigars, etc., etc. New Cheese, Fresh Butter, Fresh Eggs. H. M. CARSON, Wholesale and Retail Agent for Nelson and Moate’s Pure Blended Teas. d!9 RUIT FOR PRESERVING.—A. W. RANDELL begs to announce that he has a very large stock of Rhubakb, which he can sell at the exceedingly low price of One Penny Pee ft). The fruit is now remarkably fit for preserving purposes, and intending purchasers are invited to inspect before purchasing elsewhere. A. W. R. guarantees that better Rhubarb, for quality, is not obtainable in Ashburton. Purchasers calling at the gardens can obtain fruit and vegetables at wholesale prices, A few tons of the best Kidnej Potatoes to be sold at the gardens wholes ile, and at the shop retail. Summer drinks of all kinds. Also, a large stock of Confectionery, Lollies, Etc. A. W. RANDELL, Right-hand Shop, Town Hall, Ashburton.

Hals well house, Christchurch. HYDROPATHIC ESTABLISHMENT AND HOME EOR INVALIDS. Dr PHILIP RYDER TIVY, M.R.C.S.L. (the well-known Hydropathist), Resident Medical Superintendent. G. T. NIXON, Proprietor. Mr Nixon desires to inform his friends and the public of New Zealand that the successful results obtained by him under the superintendence of Dr Tivy since starting in his Hydropathic establishment in Colcmbo street north, Christchurch, and the large increase of patients, _ have warranted his leasing that magnificent country residence, standing in its own beautiful grounds at Halswell, known as Halswell House, a locality noted throughout Canterbury for its healthiness and pretty surroundings. Not only wdl oUr patients receive proper dietary, attention, and enjoy all the comforts of a home, but they will also derive all the advantages ef an establishment fitted with the most perfect modern appliances for carrying out Hydropathy scientifically treated, added to the external aid of Hot-air Baths and Galvanism, where found necessary. A conveyance will be at the disposal of patients to and from Christchurch Railway Station. Every information can be obtained on application, personally or by letter, to Dr Tivy, or the Proprietor, Halswell House. 22d

R LANCASTER begs to thank his , customers of the past five years for their liberal support, and takes this opportunity of informing them that he will continue to carry on the businesses known as the SOMERSET BUTCHERY and FREE-TRADE BAKERY. As R. Lancaster will be able to devote his undivided attention to these two businesses, ho begs to assure those who may favor him with their patronage that their wants will re ceive personal supervision. R. Lancaster, SOMERSET BUTCHERY AND FREE TRADE BAKERY, East street Sooth, Ashburton. 29s

James Baker, GROCER, wishes to inform the people of Ashburton that he has a large stock of Christmas FRUIT. FRUIT. FRUIT. Currants, Currants, Currants, Raisins, Raisins, Raisins, Sultanas, Sultanas, Sultanas, Guaranteed to be all of the finest FRUIT, FRUIT, FRUIT, Obtainable in Canterbury. Stop before going elsewhere, and purchase your Christmas cheer from one of the cheapest men in town. JAMES BAKER, Grocer, Havelock street, Ashburton. au3

g?RING FRDITS & VEGETABLES. W. T. Davison Has now in stock for CHRISTMAS —100 pecks Peas, 1 ton of Bath Kidneys ; also, the largest stock of Strawberries, Cherries, Gooseberries, Rhubarb, Oranges, Apples, &c., &c., to be obtained in Ashburton or district, A large assorment of cooling Summer Drinks and Confectionery. All to be sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES during Christmas. W. T. DAYISON, Left hand Shop, Town Hall, Ashburton. d2l

Vincent and Dow, PAINTERS, GLAZIERS, & PAPERHANGERS, Moose Street (Near Royal Hotel), Beg to intimate to the residents of Ash. burton town and district that they have commenced Business n the above line. All work entrusted to them will be promptly done, and satisfaction is guaranteed. Estimates given. E- J MR THOMAS MUTTER BEGS to announce that, having sold his General Store Business, he has NOW OPENED IN THE SADDLERY LINE. Mr T. M.’s 2d years experience in that line is a sufficient guarantee that all work entrusted to him will be executed in a workmanlike^roanner. Workmen sent out. Christchurch Prices Guaranteed. MR THOS. MUTTER, Mackay street, 180 South Rakaia. 1

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 826, 23 December 1882

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