Wanted. WANTED —A correspondent for the j Guardian, at Mount Somers Apply to the Manager. j WAP- TED —An Assistant Mistress for (ha Side School, Hampstead; salary at present average about L7O per annum. Applications to be sent to the Chairman Ashburton School Committee i by the 27th instant. Charles Braddell, y Clerk. 4 574 £ WANTED— Purchaser for a Piano, by Cramer ; very cheap ; in first-class order. Apply, S.F. 8., Hinds. 4 572 XTT ANTED Known—Before buying W Dross Materials, Ulsters, Jackets, Dolmans, Millinery, etc , call and inspect our stock. The cheapest first-class Drapery and Millinery Establishment in Ashburton —H. 0. Segers, ealya’ Buildings, East street. BEAT Reductions for Cash at Jokes and Bradshaw’s. —Good oaten sheaf chaff from 50s per ton, Is 6d per bag ; prime oat straw chaff 35s per ton, 9d per bag; new oatmeal 4s per bag; good cheese 5i per lb ; ffour, bran, sharps, and chickwheat at very cheap rates. Known—Wertheira SewVf ing Machines can be had on Time Payments at the New Zealand Clothing Factory’s Branch, East street, Ashburton. 2 276 Glorious news. Andrew orr will give away on Saturday 100 pairs men’s boots at 6i 9.1; 60 pairs can- * vas slippers at 2s 6d ; 30 pairs cricketing boots at 6a 6d ; 100 pairs Kaiapoi trousers 1 at lls 6d —every article at half-price. 2 237 ANTED Known—Boots ! Boots I t V V That Hayes and Co. are Clearing a few desperate lines of Boots, etc., to wit, Ladies’ Leather, 4s 6d; Men’s Shooters, Pegged, 10s; Men’s Elastic ; sides, 9s, and a lot of odd lines that must be cleared at once. 7 1278 ’ \TTANTED Known—Umbrellas at Is W lid, six doz Buttons for Is, China Matting at 6d, Ladies’ Hose at 6d, Corsets at 2s 3d, Shirting at 4£ 1, Towels 3£d, 36 inch Oilcloth 9J, Camisoles Is 4d. i Andrew Orr’s Cheap Sale 2 185 , OTANTED KNOWN —Robert Elston, 1 if Bill Poster, Theatrical Agent, etc., Town Hall, Ashburton. Theatrical . companies and others visiting Ashburton should communicate with the above. Orders by post or telegram promptly * attended to. 760
Special Advertisements. Money. SEVERAL sums of Money to Lend on freehold secmity, at current rates of interest. Principals only dealt with. 3 428 CHAS. W. PURNELL. PATT ERN DEPOT. Mrs Hodge, DRAPER AND DRESSMAKER, East Street, near Lancaster’s butchery. Ladies’ Dressesand Underclothing made at the shortest notice. REGISTRY OFFICE For Female Servants. 7 1413 SELLING OFF FANCY GOODS, TOYS, BOOKS, STATION-RY, Ac. Must be sold even if at a loss To Suit everybody at prices that cannot be beaten. Andrewes Bros., Booksellers, Stationers, &0., Ashburton. Canterbury Mills. rpO FARMERS AND OTHERS. CORN SACKS, size and weights. A,t lowest current rates, 3 292 C. W. TURNER.
GRICULTURAL Machine Shop, WAKANDI ROAD, CHARLES RAY Repairs Engines, Combines, Chaff-cutters, Reapers and Binders, and all classes of macninery. Special attention given to Bicycles, Tricycles and Sewing Machines. Lawn Mowers repaired, sharpened and adjusted. Model work. General repairs. EAD, MARK, LEARN AND INWARDLY DIGEST, and to accomplish the above feat, visit my establishment, and lighten your inward gloom by appeasing your appetite for the beautiful by inspecting the most delightfully ARTISTIC EASTER CARDS ! ever imported into Ashburton (direct from Home). You are then at liberty to inspect tho contents of a large case of books personally selected, and just received. I be'ieve it was Lord Wolseley who said (he happens to be the most popular man of the day, and one must squeeze a little popularity into advertisements), “ A man who aspires to great heights should read incessantly, and never forget his newspapers;'’ and I say tho same ! Read ! Read ! Read I When both you and myself will be considerably benefited. Not having room to give a detailed list o- /he contents of my shelves, I can only finish by saying—Come and see for yourselves, and if you are disappointed come again.— Nothing like Perseverance ! Thomas F. Farley’s, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, Saunders’ Buildings, East St., Ashburton. 3 384
Victoria House. EW SEASON’S ADVERTISEMENT & INTIMATION EE FINE ART GOODS, CREWEL SILKS, INGRAIN COTTONS, TRANFER PATTERNS, &c., To appear in our Next. DIMAN T & COB, Gepecal Drapers, Clothiers, <&c., Bant end Xaucted Streets, Ashburton#
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1518, 20 April 1885
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