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Business Notices. SUPPORT Local Industries. THE BEST POLICY IN NEW ZEALAND. T. R. HODDER & COMPY, IN addition to their large stock of manufactured and made-up Colonial Goods, have purchased the whole of the Kaiapoi Exhibits, POE WHICH FIRST PRIZE WAS AWARDED, Being the best variety ever shown in New r Zealand. T. R. H. & Compy., deeming it most important to encourage such industries, are offering all Colonial-made goods at a less ratio, of profit than imported articles. QQO YARDS KAIAPOI TWEEDS. Splendid patterns. 3s. 6d. per yard upwards. 70 A YARDS KAIAPOI FLANNELS. • 01/ White and colored. Is. 6d. 610 SPINDLES FINGERING & & WOOL. A most varied assortment of FINE WOOLS. SHIRTINGS, SERGES, GREY and WHITE BLANKETS, HOSE, HALFHOSE, &c. y UNDERSHIRTS, BOYS’ and MEN’S SUITS. T. R, H. & Compy. would call especial attention to their enlarged well-assorted stock in each separate department, yet all conveniently connected. No. 1 SHOP, WILLS STREET: - SEWING’MACHINES. - Agents for “Singer,” “ Wertheim,” and “Wanzer.” No. 2 SHOP, WILLS STREET: BOOTS AND MEN'S H ATS. No. 3 SHOP, Coener op Wiles Street •, and East Street : CLOTHING, MEN’S MERCERY, AND WOOLLENS.

No. 4 SHOP, EAST STREET: DRAPERY AND SHOW ROOM. No. 5 SHOP, EAST STREET: GROCERY AND PROVISION. No. 6 SHOP, EAST STREET: IRONMONGERY. Dressmaking and Tailoring Departments under most efiicient management, T. R. H. & Compy. are greatly encouraged at the success of introducing the low price CASH SYSTEM, the secret of that success being that Ti R. H. & Co. buy in the best way and of the best brands, and sell at the smallest possible prices. T. R. H. & Compy. have already secured for the Christmas trade a large stock/of that excellent NEW SEASON BOX TEA, Similar to the last Two Hundred Boxes ,■ ’ . ' sold. ’ / Yellow,: Grey Crystals, Brown Crystal,; and purest White Crushed Loaf and Cut Lump. CURRANTS, ELEMES, SULTANAS, FRESH PLUMS, FIGS, MUSCATELS, COFFEE, SPICES, SPLENDID SMOKED HAMS AND BACON, OLD CHEESE. YELLOW SOAP,. (Made expressly for them). Kerosene, Candles, &c. . Nailroad, Gut, in tins and loose. SUGARS, TOBACCOS, Of the very best brands, Ruby Bar, Twist, L R. DODDER & OPPOSITE -RAILWAY; STATION.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 214, 11 December 1880

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