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{|csii<sfca3 ftf&rctufufcn. MUST BE SOLD, TO MAKE ROOM FOR COMING SHIPMENTS. NOVELTIES! NOVELTIES! NOVELTIES! o WE ARE NOW OPENING OUR SPRING AND SUMMER DRAPERY OUR OUTFITTING DEPARTMENT IS NOW REPLETE WITH THE MOST FASHIONABLE AND SERVICEABLE GOODS. f Boys’ Knickerbocker and Tunic Suits Boys’ and Youths’ Tweed Galatea Suits 13 | ~ ~ Hats, in large variety £2 p ~ ~ Trousers and Vests ftj ~ ~ Moleskin Trousers ■<! I ~ ~ Crimean Shirts E fe ) Collars, Braces, Ties, Q ( Etc., Etc., Etc. _ f Men’s Tweed Galatea Sac and Paget Suits ~ Waterproof Coats Holla i ” Blouses and Overalls (Patented), American Duck gpq S j Shirts, Scarves, Collars H A (Socks and Half-Hose of every description, Ac., &c. SUPERIOR BOOTS AND SHOES, OF COLONIAL MANUFACTURE. SHEARING. SHEARING. SHEARING. We are now prepared for the coming season with a LARGE and WELLSELECTED STOCK of SHEEPSHEARS, including WARD AND PAYNE’S No. 38 and 70, and numerous other Brands. WASHITA, ARKANSAS, HINDOSTAN, and TURKEY STONES. STOVER AND SON’S RAW AND BOILED OILS. RADDLE, LAMPBLACK, INK POWDER, Ac., Ac. CALCUTTA WOOLPAGKS—FULL WEIGHTS. IMPLEMENTS, Etc. TO FARMERS WE CAN ESPECIALLY OFFER, AT REDUCED PRICES : Hornsby’s Ploughs, H., H.H., R. 8., and R.C., and extras for same Reid and Grey’s Double and Treble Furrow Ploughs, and extras for same Drays, 2£, 2|, and 3 axles Zigzag and Flexible Chain Harrows Cambridge and Plain Field Rollers Broadcast and Hand Sowing Machines Best Ironhark 2,3, and 4-horse Swingle Trees • Cheese Presses. Bentall’s Chaff-Cutters and Corn-Crushers, all sizes Corrugated Iron, from G to 9 feet, best brands Ryland’s Best Fencing Wire, No. 6 to 11 Fencing Material, Consisting of Staples, Stakes, Posts, Rails, and Wire Strainers. ALSO A VERY LARGE STOCK OF Douglas’ and Goulds’ American Pumps, Force Pumps, and Piping (!;(, 11 and 2), and Farm and Station Stores of all kinds. WE HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES, SHAFT, LEADING, AND PLOUGH HARNESS HORSE-CLOTHS IN EVERY VARIETY. WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR REAPERS AND BINDERS FOR THE COMING SEASON. IRONMONGERY DEPARTMENT. We beg to call special attention to the above, and have determined (to meet the present depressed times) to reduce prices to the lowest remunerative rates To parties furnishing we can offer advantages seldom met with, having just received a large and well-selected stock of household requisites, comprising Single and Double English and French Iron Bedsteads, Fenders, Fireirons, Coal Vases, Scuttles, Fountains, Boilers, Kettles, Saucepans, Stew and Preserving Pans, all sizes ; Electro-[dated, Nickel Silver, Britannia Metal, and Tinware, of all descriptions. To builders and contractors we offer special inducements, having a very heavy stock of Leamington Patent Ranges (2ft Gin to 4ft Gin); Cindreila, Queens, Victoria, Vesper, and Kaiser Stoves, Register Grates, Carpenters’ Rim, Mortice, and Plato Hocks, and general builders’ ironmongery. We have also on hand an extensive stock of painters’, glaziers’ and paperhangers’ materials, consisting of Red and White Lead, Paints, and Colors, of all kinds ; Raw and Boiled Linseed Oils, Turpentine, Varnishes, Brushes, Window Glass, of all kinds; Putty, Paporhangings, etc., etc. Carpenters and joiners would do well to call and inspect our stock of Tools. We are now landing a shipment of American Goods, containing a great variety of Tools and Yankee Notions. A large stock of Rod, Bar, and Sheet Iron, also a large and good stock of Blacksmiths and Farriers tools on hand. GROCERY DEPARTMENT. THE ABOVE DEPARTMENT IS NOW WELL STOCKED WITH New Seaosn’s Teas, in Half-Chests and Boxes Superior Mauritius Sugars, white and brown crystals and Counters Venus Twist and Black Swan Tobacco Currants, Eleme Raisins, Sultanas, Muscatell Raisins (new fruit) Jordan and Shell Almonds. Bottled Fruit, Figs, Essences, etc., etc. A Large Stock of English and Colonial Lollies, and a full assortment of Pink’s, JVlorton’s, and Crosse and Blackwell’s Pickles, Jams. Jellies, Sauces, Potted and Preserved Meats, etc., etc. o CHINA AND GLASSWARE, , We invite inspection of this Department in Particular, as we have just unpacked twenty-three crates of General Crockery and eight casks of Glassware, consisting of Sets of Cut and Pressed Decanters; Water-Crafts; Tumblers; Wine, Custard, and Jelly Glasses. INSPECT OUR STOCK BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. ERIE BLANDER BROS. 8 Agents Colonial Fire Insurance Company.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 24, 20 November 1879

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