Business Notices* T. R. HODDER & SALE EXTRAORDINARY UNHEARD-OF BARGAINS. Greatest Inducements to Cash Purchasers Dress Materials Drapery , Clothing , Millinery, Boots and Shoes, &c., wc. T. R. H. and Company have adopted the sys'cm of a genuine CLEARING SALE between the Seasons, and previous to their annual Stock-taking, thus disposing of the balances of SUMMER STOCK and remnants of last years WINTER STOCK REGARDLESS OF COST PRICE. T. R. H. and Company having lately made extensive purchases under most advantageous circumstances, can offer goods at the following prices, or Alpac.'.s, Lustres, Russel Cords, Beiges, Gala teas, Prints, Ginghams, Ac., Ac., commencing from sid. per yard. A job lot of Colored Lustres, at _9£d., wort Is. 2d. ner yard. Good Black Lustres, B£d. per yard ; very superior, Is. 9d. per yard. A lot cf Prints 4f d. and 6|d per yard. Japanese Po P red " c ® d to 10£d. per yard. Wide Saxony Winceys, 6|d. and B£d. per yard , finish, only llid. per yard. French Merinos, Is. 9d. per yard Best Pophnettes, reduced s from 2s. 6d. to Is. lid. per yard. A lot of Black and Colored Silks, a bargain. Dressmaking Department—^retuceformTing 1 ! Observe ! Plain Walking Dresses, Bs. Cd.; Princess Robes and others, 10s. 6d. to 12s. Children’s, from 3s. 6d. to 6s. (as sample dresses in Show-room). Wedding and Mourning Outfits on the shortest notice—latest fashion, style, and fat guaranteed. IVY-;n4 emr Children’s and Women’s Straw Hats, originally 3s. 6d to Millinery ss . 9d reduced to Is. 6d. and2s. A job lot, splendid value, all at Hid. each. The immense stock of Trimmed Hats and Bonnets sold this season enable us to offer the remaining stock at considerably under co ® t fp P"“- rlf *J? e new Tam o’Shanter Hat. A large lot of new Fashionable acto-Dt « Cloth, Lustres, Twill Cloth, Ac.—the bulk will be offered at and Cost Price, varying from 9s. lid. to 255. Flowers, Ribbons, Lace Goods—BARGAINS>. Underclothing and Baby Linen A s S la ami 4s. lid. per yard. LADIES’ CORSETS, HOSIERY, CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, POMPADOUR, ALPACA and SATIN SKIRTS, reduced to 25
LADIES’ SILK SCARVES—a great job, being a clearing parcel from a whdesale house, 10]kl., worth Is. 6d.; Is. 4d., worth 25.; Is. lid., worth 3s. 6d. rich new styles. A great attraction during the Sale will be The One Shilling Table, CONTAINING FANCY GOODS FOR PRESENTS, &c. t» «- -i j. Purchased before the great advance. Manchester (jtOOCLS, Good Grey Calico, 3d. per yard. Extra wide and heavy, 4|d. per yard ; (less than wholesale prices). Mexicans, 5Jd. per yard. White Shirting, 4Jd. to Gid. per yard. i a lih cloth, sd. per yard. Double-width Grey Sheeting, lOfd. peryard Heavy do, 1b per yard. Heavy Colored Fancy Shirting, G|d. per yard Rough Brown Hollands,, s?d neryard. 250 yards Heavy Cotton Drill Trousering, BJd. per yard. Felt Carreduced to 2s. 9d. per yard. Kaianoi Roslyn and Witney Blankets, from 12s. 9d. per pair. Kaiapoi Flannel, from Is. 2Jd. per yard Twilled Cretones, 9d. per yard. Quilts and Counterpanes, greatly reduced. A job lot of Summerand Winter Underskirts. Many Goods in this department considerably less than present Wholesale Prices. x-> , 1 pi Women’s Strong Walking Boots, 7s. 9d.; Boots and bhoes Women’s Superior Kid, Bs. lid., &c ; Men’s Colonial Shooting, 16s. Gd.; Children’s equally reduced, a very large assortment. s~* i ,i • Men’s Suits from 355.; Men’s Tweed Trousers, from ClOthing 7s. 9d.; Men’s Tweed Coats, from 12s. 9d.; White Mole Trousers, 6s Gd.; Men’s Colored Heavy, 9s. Gd.; Men’s Trousers and to 265.; Men’s Kaiapoi Trousers, strong colonial make, 13s. 9d per pair. Mens Undershirts, reduced from 3s. 9d. to 2s. lid.; Men’s Strong Colored Harvest SWts 2s Gd each ; Men’s Strong Colored Heavy Crimeans, ss. lid. ; Men a Heavy v\ 00l Socks is. is. Gd., and 2s. per pair; Men’s Brown Cotton Socks reduced from Is. to 9£d. per pair. 500 Boys and Men wanted to buy a Sailor Hat 10£d. each. Leghorn and Straws reduced from 4s. Gd. and ss. to 2s. Gd. each. SEWING MACHINES. THE BEST MAKERS. CONSIDERABLY UNDER LIST PRICE. All Goods marked in plain figures. No discount allowed.
THE DRAPERY AND CLOTHING STORES will be CLOSED on FRIDAY NEXT, re-marking and arranging for Sale, commencing SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12. OBSERVE !—FOR CASH ONLY, AT THE GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. T. R. HODDErTaND COMPY. eoa Special Notice to Farmers. FTSrrOTTR AGE LOCAL INDUSTRY BY BUYING LOCALLY-MADE ARTICLES, EMPLOYMENT TO THE CONSUMERS OF THE CROPS YOU GROW. WE are now manufacturing Platforms and Elevators for all kinds of Reapers and Binders, and are prepared to give a guarantee that our make will stand more wear than the Imported Article. We faro making some of Tanned Canvas, which preserves them from damage by rain or dew. We also repair them, and keep the Sticks, Tacks, and Leathers, in stock. . , NEW ZEALAND MADE TWINE.—We also manufacture and keep m stock Manilla, Hemp, and Flax Binding Twines, which we can sell cheaper than the imported. We have about two tons of Manilla and Hemp Twine in stock, which would be sold cheap. Our stock of Flay Twine is unlimited. are invited to call and take a sample reel or ball, to try it. m t TARPAULINS.—We have a splendid stock of Rick Cloths and Tarpaulins Jot all descriptions and qualities to choose from. Also-Tents and Flys of all sizes and qualities. As we keep a very large and well assorted stock of all our Goods, an order by post or telegram received during the afternoon can be forwarded by the evening train. B. HALE and Co., Sail, Tent, Tarpaulin, Flag, Horsecloth, and Oilskin Clothing Manufacturers, and Rope and Twine Makers, Cashel street, Christchurch. Direct Importers of everything connected with the Trade, wholesale and retail. oza
Sewing Machines. J. THOMPSON begs to call the attention of the inhabitants of Ashburton to his large and varied stock of Sewing Machines, both treadle and hand. Wheeler and Wilson’s New No. 8, “ Raymonds,” the “ New White,” » Household, ‘‘Home Shuttle,” “Home Treasure,” &c., &c. Also, Bicycles by the best makers, Bicycle Fixings, &c. Also, all kinds of Sewing Machine Attachments. Machines on Time Payment from ss. per week. Orders, with stamps or P. 0., will be attended to at once. Address — T. M. THOMPSON’S ENGLISH AND AMERICAN SEWING MACHINE DEPOT, COLOMBO STREET, CHRISTCHURCH, opposite' Coates and Co., Jewellers.Bls
C. W. Duckworth, 6KOCER, HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH (Near Strange’s Buildings.) Goods Delivered at Christchurch Railway Station. Furnished Houses To Let at Sumner 42
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 273, 19 February 1881
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