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Business Notices. IN THE PRICE OF DRAPERY GOODS AT ORE & CO.’S HAYING received a large 'dock of NEW GOODS ex Crusader a month later than expected, we will, offtr for the next TWO MONTHS, at SWEEPING REDUCTIONS, our entire Stock, so that we may effect a complete clearance. Established now nearly five years on the system of selling all our Goods at Net Cash Prices without discount, we still continue to adhere to that principle, believing it to be the beat adapted to protect the interests of our customers, small profits and quick sales being O’ .r motto. We make it a point to please < )r customers, no matter at what trouble., believing that every customer well servet '. will not only come again but recommend their friends. We would also impress on the public the many advantages to be derived from purchasing from houses who re nain permanent in the district, as they cannot expect to bo so well treated *>y parties who come only for a few month or weeks and then clear out for pastt es new. Drapers come and drapers go but we plod on. THE STOCK CONSISTS O'.’ Millinery. We hold a large stock of English Trimmed Bonnets and Hats. Untrimmed Hats in great varif *y, at 9d, Is fid, to 6s 6d. Ostrich Feathers in every vsnety and shade. French and English Flowers at r ll prices. Evening Flowers for balls, &c. Several hundred pieces Ribbons, every color and shade, at reduced p:ices. Silks,, Bonnet Silks, Satins, and Velvets. All the new shades in Silks and Satins for Millinery purposes. Pompadour and Brochd Silks r. ad Satins for combinations. Dress Silks in many shades, at reduced i prices. Black Dress Silks, at 4s 6d, rs 9d, to 9s fid. I Washing Dress Material. Pompadour Satins, Cambrics, Oatmeals, Striped and Checked Galateas. A large assortment of Prints, at 4d, sd, and fid. Colored Dress Material. ! Colored Alpacas, at fid, Bd, lOd, and Is, worth 4d per yard mor e. Colored Cords, Costume Twills, Wool Beiges, Poplins. Athol Lustres, Alpaca and new Mixtures, lOd to Is fid per yard. Black Dress Material. Black Merino, Black Satins, Black Poplins. Black Russel Cords, Black Persian Cords, in great variety, at very moderate prices. i Underskirts, ' U mbrellas. "White Tucked Skirls, at 3s, 3s 9d, 4s fid, to 9s fid. Black Satin Skirts, Black Quilted Satin ' Skirts, &c. Several dozen new Sunshades at reduced prices. Black Satin Sunshades, Pompadour and others. Boots and Shoes. We are at present showing an immense assortment of Ladies' Kid Boots, from Cs fid to 14s fid. Splendid value, well made, and guaranteed. Ladies’ Shoes in great variety. Children’s English and Colonial - made Boots, under former prices, commencing at Is per pair. One trunk of Girls’ Elastic-side Kid Boots, slightly stained, will he given away at 4s fid per pair. Men’s Boots at our usual low prices in every variety. Carpets and Oilcloths. A splendid variety of Brussels, Tapestry, and Kidder Carpets, 2s under last year’s prices, to clear out a stock. Oilcloths in every width, Is per yard under usual prices. Dressmaking. We pay special attention to this department, believing that no matter how cheap goods are sold unless properly made up, with a perfect fit, there can be no satisfaction. Wedding and Mourning orders made up on the shortest notice, and a splendid fit guaranteed. Clothing and Tailoring. Men’s Suits from 45s to 85s. Men’s Pants at 12s fid to 22s fid. Men’s Ballarat and Paget Coats. Boy’s Clothing in great variety. Men’s Hats, from 3s fid upwards. Men’s and Doys’ Straw Hats. Men’s Helmet Hats. Tailoring. Suits made to order from 7os. Men’s Trousers made to measure. Evening dress and clerical suits receive special attention. We hold an immense stock of Kaiapoi and Mosgiel Tweeds to select from. English and Scotch Tweeds in great variety, also the celebrated Blarney, Cork, and Killarney Tweeds in a great many patterns. Blankets and Flannels. Kaiapoi Flannels at Is 4d to 2s fid. Kaikoura Flannel, 1s 3d to 2s. Kaiapoi Blankets, at 17s fid upwards. Wools in every shade, very cheap. ORE AND CO., IMPORTERS. Ashburton, Dec. Ist, 1880]

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 234, 5 January 1881

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