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Businas* Notices. Special Notice. CONTINUATION OF T. R. HODDER & GOMPY.’S GREAT CASH SALE. IN consequence of the immense success, and so many lines being cleared off, our Mr Hodder has been necessitated going through the markets picking up some extraordinary Cheap Job Lots, BETTER VALUE FOR THE MONEY THAN EVER. The balance of a Consignment of Boots, At a great loss to the consignee. Men’s Elastic Sides ... 4s lid per pair. Original retail price, 12s 6d per pair. Women’s strong well-made Elastic Sides, 5s lid, worth Bs. Children’s, from Is lOd to 4s. Colonial-made of every description at a greatly reduced list. A job lot Men’s Heavy Diagonal Wool Coats, 21s, worth 30s. A job lot Men’s Colonial-made Suits, very superior, £2 12s 6d, worth £4. A job lot All-wool Saddle Tweed Suits, £2 10s, worth £4 10s. A large lot 11/4 Colonial-made heavy Blankets, 21s per pair, worth 30s. Large Colored Quilts, 3s 6d and 5s lid .each. Large Toilet Covers, Is Oid each. Large Rough Towels, each. Hemp Druggets, B|d per yard. Heavy Wove Kidder Carpets, 2s 11W per yard. Ladies’ Cloth Jackets, Wool Shawls, Dress Stuffs, Hats, Millinery Bonnets, Cambric Handkerchiefs, Stays, all bargains. Heavy Skirts, 2s lid, Grey Calicos, Flannels, and Hosiery, much under value. A large lot of Boys’ and Youths’ Heavy Cotton Shirts, all at Is 11 each. Heavy Shirtings, from 4|d pet yard. A job lot American Grey Calico. T. R. HODDER & COMPY.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 291, 12 March 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 291, 12 March 1881

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