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Business Notices. O T I C E. THE SALE WILL BE 'CONTINUED-. TUA • , r THE END OF JANUARY, 1881. ' EVERETT BROS. . AND CO., Havelock street, 659 Removal. , . G. J. F. LUBLOW, PRACTICAL TAILORING •' AND ‘ OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT, REMOVED TO PROSPECT BUILDINGS, EAST STREET. S' I 1 R DON’T PASS THIS BY !! TOP before you give your next order for a Suit of'Clothes. F you want. Style, Fit, and Quality/ try the Undersigned. ’ ' • EAD the following, then call and inspect the Goods. YARDS READY 1000 TO 1000 CUT. ■ JUST ARRIVED—The best Stock of Winter Cloths to be got for money SUPERIOR in quality to anything ever yet shown in Ashburton. BOsamples to select fromßO Comprising'the following::— : German Cloths, plain and: the most fashionable! • - Beaver Cloth?, suitable for WinterScotch Tweeds, assorted Mosgicl „ ,', „ ■ Kaiapoi ~ , ~ West of England Cloths Bedford Cords Irish Frieze, - v. ■ : &C., : v &C.i-

THIS IS THE MAN- FOR Uffl MY MONEY. GO TO ?■ h 6Pkospixjti Buildings, East'Streeb iCALL and inspect this Splendid Aasortmentbefore you .order. . - KOTTO ; Small .Profits and . Quick Returns. (1 Terms—Cash. ■ and Finish second to none. JUST ARRIVED—- . YARDS of the BEST SUMMER GOODS. 367 : sCO T T iBRO S; 1 (RAILWAY FOUNDRY), A RE the manufacturers of the following among otheir specialities : The celebrated “ EXCELSIOR” WIND- _ mill; ' • 1 This Mill got the FIRST PRIZE at ■ the November Metropolitan Show. Itis Perfectly reliable and self-regulating. FIRST PRIZE PATENT GRASS SEED i STRIPPER. As only a limited quantity of these Machines, which took the FIRST PRIZE ■ at the recent competition of; the AgrieUl- 1 tural and Pastoral Association,; can jbfe supplied, orders for next season must be given early,’ or they cannot be.executed. LEAMINGTON COOKINQ RANGES. These Stoves have been shown for years' in competition with makers, and ; have always received first honors, having NEVER BEEN BEATEN. We can confidently recommend them’ as the beSt Stoves in New Zealand. CAMBRIDGE ROLLERS. Specimens of our Prices for this season—- ; Bft. by 24in £1? 0 0 ! Bft. by 26in-...- i.. 18 10-0. 9ft. by 24in.... ... 18 15 0 Oft. by 26in.... ... 20 15 0 ; Other prices, equally. low. . ~ : . 48a

[BUTCHERS, BAKERS, GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, H GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANTS, NORTON FARM, SEAFIELD. LA WRY AND SON, Norton Farm’ Seafield,return thanks to their patrons (for the hearty support accorded to? them since Norton Farm was 'opened as, at Butchery; Bakery, 1 And. General Store,, and solicit a continuance; of ipast favors, 'assuring customers that theic interest will; always have first Consideration at thehands of the advertisers, i ■ TiAWRY and Son beg to inform their friends and the public in. the Seafield , and. neighboring districts,. that their Bread Meat, and Store Carta trfcvel the following. ; routes on the days giypn below , : i i Seafield to Kyle, and Acton—WednbSj. i Seafield to |Vakanui Hpmertead, Waka- \ ,nui School, apd, Crcekr back; % Ohri»^e’o ; Road—THDRSBAya. , ; '.‘ f,j, j Seafield. .'to., Iforth. i, typing te? Pipnoerßoad^rFftipAxs.;. . , iV , In viow of the .Harvestj ordeirß’lftr ,at-r{ [tendance of the/ Cartmay be felt at the; Store, Nortpp .Farm,,Seafield,; Wakappi School, with: Mix Gipney with > r&asiß.., |bla<h«»ith,:(^o»t»rf.i ; : jLAWRY AND SON, NORTON FARM*; j i ./. !flw*3fnCT.n. ;j.■ J . Butchers;:; Bakers, General Stork-: j XKTO9BB; G«Aih Ann gram Merchants; . ; ' • .’m:k!a-G EJTTB-’ w ..:!l : MitlTUil’. f •!. •■><* ■ ; : ASHBURTON GUARDIAN.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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