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NOTICE TO FARMERS. T HE undersigned will be jjrepared to treat with farmers and others in Ashburton, every Wednesday and Saturday, for the PURCHASE of GRAIN, or SHIPMENT on ACCOUNT of GROWERS. JOSEPH CLARK. February 28, 1880. 550a* THE NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY WAS started about five years ago. The proprietors at first intended to manufacture for the Trade only, but, owing to the persistent opposition of importers and Shopkeepers who could make a better profit on the imported article, they were compelled in self defence to open Branches for the sale of their goods direct to the public. In this they but followed the example of some of the largest manufacturers at home, and the Public, by purchasing at the undermentioned Branches, will SAVE THE PROFIT OF MIDDLEMEN, AND OBTAIN A SUPERIOR ARTICLE. BRANCHES. Invercargill Christchurch Wellington Dunedin Ashburton Auckland Oamaru Nelson New Plymouth Timaru Wanganui Napier A SINGLE GARMENT AT WHOLESALE PRICE. W. SPARROW, Manager, Ashburton Branch, 588g* New Zealand Clothing Factory. FIRST TIME IN NEW ZEALAND ! ! TOWN HALL. THE Amateur Dramatic Club, having obtained special license under the Authors’ Copyright Act, WILL PERFORM, TO-NIGHT, The Nautical Drama entitled “ASHORE A«.D AFL O A T," With a magnificent cast of 25 characters, with 17 sets of splendid scenery. Full particulars in handbills. Admission—Front seats, 35.; back, 25.; gallery, Is. Doors open at 7.30 ; commence at 8. 266c-664g

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 82, 3 April 1880

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