Business Notices. HALLO! HALLO! QUILL AGAIN. REDUCTION IN PRICES. BOTTLED WINES & SPIRITS. T. . Q UI L.L, SEEING the necessity of a Wholesale Bottling, Wine, and Spirit Store in Ashburton, has determined to supply that want, and therefore begs to submit the following list of Prices, every article guaranteed to be of the best and purest description. PRICE LIST. Brandy Flasks, 2s. nnd 4s. per flask. Fine Old Port, per Bottle, ss. and 6s. Superior old Dry Montelado, (old Sherry) 6s. & 6s. Very old Scotch Whisky, per Bcttle ss. Fine old Irish Whisky, per Bottle, ss. Superior old Jamaca Rum, per Bottle, ss. Fine old Martelle’s Dark Brandy, per Bottle, ss. Hennessey’s Brandy, per Bottle, 6s. Superior Square Gin (J.D.K.Z.), per Bottle, 6s. Superior Old Tom (Swain Booth’s), per Bottle, ss. All other brands equally Reduced. QUILL’S Assorted Dozen of Best Wines and Spirits for £3 10s, containing—--3 bottles Brandy 2 „ Port 2 ~ Rum 2 bottles Whisky 2 ~ Sherry 1 ~ Old Tom (Ready packed, and forwarded to any part of the County on the shortest notice.) One trial will prove to Quill’s customers the quality of his taps. COMMENCING MONDAY, 26xh APRIL. Open from 7a. m to 6 p. m. during’ winter months. Note Address — T. QUILL’S, WHOLESALE BOTTLING Commercial Hotel, (Near Railway Station), Ashburton. 751 g JOSEPH WARD, FAMILY BUTCHER, Wakanui Road, near Post Office, is A CASH PURCHASER of POULTRY and NATIVE GAME, which will be sold at Reasonable Prices, at his Shop, near Post Office. 672 g McSHERRY DRILLS. A SHIPMENT of these celebrated Drills is expected shortly to arrive. They will range in width from 6 feet 6 inches (12 Hoppers) to 10 feet (17 Hoppers). Orders taken by the undersigned, FREDK. PAYITT, Ashburton, For the SOLE AGENT, JOHN ANDERSON, 46a-2400 Canterbury Foundry.
PUBLIC NOTICE. BOOTS! BOOTS! T. CHAMBERS WHILE THANKING the public of Ashburten and surrour cling districts for past favors, begs to inf> rn them that he has received, and to arrive, at his place of business, East-street, a WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OP LADIES’, GENTLEMEN’S, AND CHIL DREN’S BOOTS AND SHOES Of all descriptions. T. C. also calls special attenlh i to the Measure Department, and imites the gentlemen of Ashburton to inspect the superior class of Sewn Boots and Shoes ha is now making. Riding Boots, Shooting Boots, Walking Boots and Shoes, Cricketing Boots and Shoes, and Running Shoes. WORKMANSHIP UNSURPASSED. A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED T. CHAMBERS, PROSPECT BUILDINGS, Next to Montgomery’s, East-street.
PATRONISED BY ALL CLASSES. THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF TPIE AGE. nisek’s TRADE MARK. PURE EXTRACT of KEROSINE WILL NOT IGNITE IF LAMP IS UPSET. Burns in any Kerosine Lamp ; gives a brighter light, lasts longer, is free from smell and free from danger. Sold by all respectable grocers and storekeepers throughout the colony. The next time you want Oil for your Lamp try a tin of “ Niner’s Extract.” Sold in pints, quarts, half-gallon and one-galiou tins. Wholesale and Retail Agents for the Ashburton District—0R R AND CO., Ashburton and Rakaia. 316c-735g
TINWALD BOOT AND SHOE SHOP. BOOTS! BOOTS!! HE Undersigned begs to draw the attention of the public to his well assorted stock of Ladies’, Gents’, and Children’s Boots, which he has just received, and will dispose of CHEAP. Motto—- “ Small profits and quick returns.” All kinds of Boots made and repaired on the the shortest possible notice. 382c.-937a 0. HAWKINS, Bootmaker. WANTED KNOWN—That the cheapest and neatest GAUDS may bp had at the “ GUARDIAN OFFICE.”
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 90, 22 April 1880
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 90, 22 April 1880
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