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fftjwrai Merchants. R. H ODDER ■•- ;ARD \ . Company, GENERAL MERCHANTS, \ DRAPERS, CLOTHIERS, AND STOREKEEPERS, East street, ashburton, Railway Station;.) NEW SPRING AND .SUMMER STQGK JUST - RECEIVED. DRAPERY* MILINERY, HATS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, SPECIAL attention has been given ]j NEW STYLES in COSTUME® and DRESS MATERIALS. All tlie fashionable styles of Ladies Hats * and -Bonnets (trimmed and un- • trimmed),; Trimmings, Fishus, , Mantles, Capes, Ribbons, Hosiery, Gloves, Sunshades, and Underclothing. MILTNERY AND DRESSMAKING ON THE PREMISES, ' By. Most Competent Hands. Carpets,. *. -‘ • Druggetts, i*',, .Scotch, and Manchester Goods. T. Ri HO ODER & COMPANY’S CLOTHING-t *: MERCERY DEPARTMENT. Bovs’ Youths 7 and Men’s Summer Suits, Imported and ;Victorian make. pUST COATS, Alpacca' amfSiTk, HATS, New Felts, Helmets (in Rush, Leghorn, .Tweed, and China’ Peth) SCARFS;* Ties, Collars, Gloves, Umbrellas etc., etc. TWEEDts;-Scotch; Yorkshire, and Colonial, T. R. KIDDER & COMPANY’S AND, SHOE STORE. Childi»naJ,,Boys’, and Girls’ Boots, Shoes, and Suppers, Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s In every 5 Variety, Colonial and Imported, from the blast houses, and ■ ,I i ‘ the smallest possible profit. T*R. Hodder & Company GROCERIES. OILMEN’S STORES, AND PROVISION DEPARTMENT. New’Seasdn’s Teas, -Finest Sugars, ' Soaps, Candles, &c,, &c. T. R. H. & Co. acknowledge the great success attending their ihtrodiiction of the *fhe ! Small Profits and ii: Quick ’ Return Biisi- ■' J ' Hess, and would State it is ? . ■ their intention to ■ " ; c• \ continue Selling the > r fyeff JBest Class of Goods department, at the • ike. Shtallest Possible Profit. C-4^Bt t PBXCE LISTS FURNISHED ONAITLXCA- " • ’ HON. ... . Kl*. Hodder and Company, furnishing; .... .ANC) HARDWARE, Ctf Every Description, for Building and a*f, ]. Furnishing : purposes. *«>«* ■Rapucß Bought For Cash, or Taken , ln Exchange. ./ ORDERS from ANYi PAjvt OF THE fully and-promptly attended to. DELIVERY :OF GOODS DAILY f IN TOWN. .’Zli’J i:

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 2, 30 September 1879

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