MESSRS. H. MATSON AND CO., AUCTIONEERS, &c., Hold fortnightly stock SALES at Ashburton and Tinwald. Next sale at the TINWALD YARDS, on TUESDAY, April 27, 18S0. C. PERCY COX, 27g* Agent, Ashburton. NOTICE TO FARMERS. undersigned will be prepared 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. 550g* rjIHE NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY’S GARMENTS FOR MEN’S AND BOYS’ WEAR. Fit Better Look Better Wear Better Are Better Cut Are Better Made Are Bettor Shrunk, And therefore give more satisfaction than any other goods offered to the public. Testified to by their Thousands of Customers who purchase constantly at the NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY’S BRANCHES, Now Established in Dunedin Invercargill Oamaru Timaru Ashburton Lyttelton Christchurch Wellington Nelson Wanganui New Plymouth Napier Thames Auckland , A SINGLE GARMENT AT WHOLESALE PRICE. N.B.— Our New Winter Manufactures are now ready. “TRY THE N.Z. OVERCOAT.” SHIRTS, HATS, and HOSIERY, of every description at WHOLESALE Prices. ASHBURTON BRANCH— East Street. |War. SPARROW, Manager. Colonial-made Crockery Ware. —The Since Herald says: —“From a comparison we made the other day between two pudding basins, sliown to us by Mr. White —one of them of English manufacture, and the other one made at the Milton pottery Works—we find that the Colonial article is infinitely superior. At this rate of progress there should be no difficulty in gradually, but surely, shutting out the Importation of English crockery-ware, ”
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 94, 1 May 1880
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 94, 1 May 1880
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