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Business Notices. gr te A TEA. TEA. Nelson, Moate & Co., TITHOLESALE AND RETAIL TEA MERCHANTS, BLENDERS, AND IMPORTERS, HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH, Next Ayers’ Baths. SPECIALITIESNo. per lb. 2s. Od. 2s. 4d. 2s. Sd. 3s. od. 1. Speciality Blend- Immense power, pungency, and grip 2. Challenge Tea. Splendid Liquor, rich flavor ... ... 3. Dargeeling Blend. Drawing a pure rich liquor, worth 3s. ... 4. Royal Blend. Full bodied and delicate aroma ... 5- Imperial Blend. Good leaf, well flavored, strong, fine pungent liquor 3 s - 4^* N.B.—Our Blends containing Green Tea are only sold when specially asked for. Packages always on hand. Half-chests, Boxes, and Packets, containing 61b., 41b., 31b., 21b., 11b., £lb. Also, in Fancy Tea Canisters. Samples of any of these Teas can be had on application A liberal discount allowed to Hotels, Schools, Farmers, and Boarding Houses. H. M. CARSON, AGENT FOR ASHBURTON. 736 50 0 Q u 0 T '" * s ;. 50 0; Taylor’s Tea and Grocery Price List Show themselves lower, on comparison with those the pound. New Tea, Half Chests, of 40 lbs.,Sugars, „ White Crystals, New Currants, of other houses, by 2s. to 3s. in . 17s. to 28s. the Box. £3 to £s• 3Kd. to 4dJ ... 4>£d. to sd. 6d. per lb. T. TAYL OR, COLOMBO STREET (Near Tuam-st.), & HIGH STREET (Near St. Asapb-st.) [Not connected with Taylor and Papse.J 748 0 FURNISHING. P. P a t e r s o n’s ASHEL STREET AND COLOMBO STREET SHOPS ■ CONTAIN THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE STOCK IN TOWN. CABINET WORK AND UPHOLSTERING OF THE VERY FIRST QUALITY. MATTRESSES, &c., MADE TO ORDER ON THE PREMISES. DEFERRED PAYMENTS TAKEN.

John Sheen, BOOT IMP O R T E R , SYDNEY HOUSE, HIGH STREET, AND OPPOSITE TWENTYMAN AND COUSINS* CASHEL STREET, BEGS to announce that he has OPENED UP a First-class Assortment of SUMMER GOODS, comprising Ladies’ Gents’and Boots and Shoes, at Prices to suit the times, viz ; Ladies’Kid E.S., from ... ... ... ... 7s. 6d. Men’s Calf E.S. ... ... ... 10s. 6d. Men’s Calf Bats ... ... ... ... 14a. 6d. Men’s Kip Watertights ... ... ... ... 14s. 6d. Men’s Kip Bluchers ... ... Bs. 6d. Men’s Canvas Shoes ... ... ... ... 7b. ; Large Assortment of Slippers and Children’s Boots remarkably cheap. 738

Exhibitions. Ashburton Industrial Exhibition, To be held At the TOWN HALL, on MARCH 17th, 18xh, and 19th, 1881. President —E. G. Wright, Esq M M.H.R. Yice-Preaident—Hugo Friedlander, Esq., J.P. Hon. Treasurer —Robert Eyton, Esq. Hon. Secretary—Stephen E. Poyntz, Esq Committee of Management Messrs. T. R. Hodder, F. Pavitt, F. Mayo, C. Braddell, J. 0. Wason, 0. Hardy, A. M. Peache, G. Jameson, H. 0. Jacobsen, W. St. G. Douglas, A. M'Farlane, C. P. Cox, and F. B. Passmore. THE Managing Committee would specially urge that the following articles be exhibited in the undermentioned quantities, as far as practicable. Articles of Colonial Growth or Manufacture for which Certificates of Merit will be Awarded. Class 1— Grain, Pulse, Grass Seeds, &c., not more than 1 bushel 2 Flour, Meal, &c., not more than 251bs. 3 Flax Dressed Fibre, not more than bibs. 4 Flax Undressed, not more than bibs, b—Hemp, Dressed, not more than- bibs. 6 Hemp, Undressed, no more than bibs. 7 Chicory, not more than lOlbs. 8— Soap, not less than £cwt. 9 Candles, not less than 121bs. 10— Bone Dust, not less than lOlbs. 11— White Silesian Beetroot, not more than 201bs. 12— Wool, Washed, Greasy and Scoured. Optional as to quantity 13— Wollen Goods 14— Coal 15— Timber, Series of uniform sized samples, section with the bark-on, and one face polished, the other being left on in its natural state. Specimens of Marketable Timber, to be not shorter than 3 feet 16 — Rope, Cord, and Twine, in coils, and other marketable packages ,17 —Tanning Bark, not less than 10lb 18— Leather, whole Skins and hides 19— Dyes, not less than 11b samples 20— Paint, ordinary market packages 21— Preserved Meats, not less than lib ; weight of each kind 22 whole cheese of any size,not less than 141 b in the aggregate 23 Wine, Beer, and 1 Spirits, in bottle max. 2 gallons, beer in wood max. 36 gallons 24 Tobacco Leaf and Cigars, max. 21b, cigars lib 25 Mineral Water, 1 doz., in bottles 26 Minerals arid Ores, not to exceed I cwt, 27 Works of Art, illustrative of New . Zealand scenery* natural history, photographs, plans, maps, etc., and drawings and paintings by colonial artists. Class 28— Linseed Oil, optional as to quantity 29 — Basketware . 30— Collection of Ferns 31— Vellum, Parchment 32 Wrapping Paper 33 Sausage Skins, etc. 34 — Manufactured Leather Goods 35 Boots and Shoes 36 — Preserved Milk 37 Preserved Fish 38— Collections of Shells of Printing, Book-binding, Engraving, etc. 40— Upholsterers’ and Decorator’s Work 41— Glass and Stained Glass 42 Pottery, Bricks, Tiles, and Stoneware 43 Goldsmiths’ and Silversmith’s Work 44 Lace, Net,- Embroidery, and - Trimmings i 45 -Artificial Flowers and Feathers 46 Wigs and Work in Hair, Head Dresses, etc. 47 Agricultural Implements, model and plan only 48— Carriage and Wheelwright Work 49 Harness and Saddlery 50— Bread, Pastry, and Confectionery 51— Skins and Fur, dressed and dyed 52 Hats, Caps, &c. . 53 Ornamental Woodware 54 Brush ware 55 Bee Hives 56 — Glue, Lime, and Cement 57 Churns, Butter Kegs, Cheese Vats, &c. 58— Fancy Needlework 59 Jam, Bottled Fruit, and Pickles 60— Hops and Malt 61— Vinegar 62 Blacking 70—Nails, &c. And any other articles,; of raw material or manufactured, that would tend , to promote local industry. Articles for Exhibition only, either Colonial or Foreign Manufacture. Class -I—Coins, Fossils, &c. 2 Jewellery, Precious Stones ■ 5 3 Goldsmiths.’ Work '' 4 4 rOil Paintings. :.: ; 5 s_Water Colcrs . 6 Engravings and Photographs ■ , . 7 Lithographs, Architectural Drawings, and Models—Sculpture Class ' 8— Bronze and various Art Castings 9 Leather Work, Fancy Articles, and ’ Basket Work 10—Models XI —Ornamental Shrubs and Plants. And any other articles of interest and utility not enumerated above. • Intending Exhibitors are requested ro forward their Exhibits- as early aa possib e rand after MONDAY, March 14th, and not! later than Noon on March 16 th, to the ,re of the Secretary, or any member of the Committee, from whom all ,n be obtained. ••••••• """ ' '' 67a STEPHEN E. POYNTZ,j^orju^Tg;

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 265, 10 February 1881

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