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General Merchants. JUST RECEIVED Per S.S. Durham and other late arrivals, EXPENSIVE ADDITIONS ’ TO STOCK OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR THE PRESENT SEASON, HOLIDAYS AND CHRISTMAS. ON SALE AT T. R. HODDER AND Company’s, THE NEW STORES, EAST STREET, ASHBURTON (opposite railway station). A large assortment of Rich Dresa Fabrics, chiefly Lustres, Silk Mixed Mohairs, Orient Cloths, Satin Clotha, Grenadines, Galateas, Pompadours, Muslins, and Prints. Newest designs in Hats, Bonnots, Costumes, Capelets, Fischus, Jackets, &c. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF French Flowers, Ostrich Feathers, Ribbons, Scarves, Gloves, Ties in the New Tints. The La Figure and other new shapes in Corsets. GREAT BARGAINS IN Underclothing, Baby Linen, Cambric Handkerchiefs and Shirts. MILLINERY . AND DRESSMAKING By Competent Artistes. Hosiery, Calicoes, Sheeting, Towels, Druggets, , and Tweeds, To reduce heavy stock Will be sold regardless of cost prick. CLOTHING' DEPARTMENT Well fitted up with everything suitable for everybody. TAILORING IN AIL ITS BRANCHES BY EFFICIENx HANDS. Orders promptly and correbtly attended to. Boy’s, Youth’s, and Men’s Straw, Leghorn, Tuscan, Rush, Tweed, and Cloth Hats and Heir lets. A Lot of Good Tuscans at Is Gd each. A Lot of Good Felts at Is 9d each. BOOTS AND SHOES Best Imported and Colonial Makes at the MOST REASONABLE FRIGES. GROCERY, CROCKERY, AND HARD WARE DEPARTMENTS. Well fitted up. NEW SEASONS’ TEAS. Splendid quality, riot to be surpassed for prices. SUGARS—Brown, Soft, White, Yarravilla, Crushed Loaf, and Chopped. Christmas Fruits, Currants, Raisins,, Almonds, Nuts, Jams, Tart Fruits, &c. PRIME HAMS and OLD CHEESE! with every necessary and luxury. WANTED 5000 DOZEN OF EGGS* T. R. HODDER AND COMPANY, MERCHANT STOREKEEPER?. Agents for The NorWicß Union Fua Insurance Society,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 38, 23 December 1879

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