Business Notices. T. K. Hodder and Company, FOR NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY. co CO CO =3 The attention of the residents in Ashburton and surrounding country is politely directed to the following Good for the Winter of 1881, just arrived by the s.s. Norfolk, and other late arrivals, for— DRESS DEPARTMENT—Winceys, Serges (an especial line in the fashionable shades), Homespuns, French Merinos, Brocades, Embossed Satin Cloths, Lustres, Twills, Silks, Velvets, Velveteens, Russell and Persian Cords, Costume Tweeds, and other materials. MILLINERY ROOM—Ladies’ elegantly trimmed Parisian and English Hats and Bonnets, Seal Caps, Fur, Velvet, and Seal Tara o’ Shanters, Tiger skins, Turbans, Longtrees, Countess, Plush Riding Hats, etc.; an assortment of 150 newest styles to select from. English and French Flowers, velvet and plush Ornaments, all the latest shades in Plushes, Velvets, Silks, Satins, and Pompadours, Ostrich Feathers, Lappett, Britone, Maltese and Spanish Laces. UNDERCLOTHING—Baby-linen, Ladies’ Corsets, Mantles, Ulsters, Underskirts. T, R. H. & Co. have found it necessary to appropriate the shop adjoining their boot warehouse, in Wills street, for the above department, in addition to their present show-room. MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT—CoIoniaI manufactured goods, as shown at Industrial Exhibition, Flannels, Blankets, Shirtings, eeds, Striped Rugs, from the Kaiapoi, Roslyn, and Mosgiel Mills ; Calicoes, Shirtings, Carpets, Sheetings, Towels, Cretones, Prints, Counterpanes, etc., etc. New Winter Goods, Drapery, Clothing, Boots, etc. HOSIERY DEPARTMENT —Children’s and Women’s Hosiery, Dent’s and Josephine Gloves, Wire Squares, Hoods, Wraps, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, Collars, Yarns, etc. CLOTHING & MEN’S MERCERY DEPARTMENT—Boys’, Youths’, and Men’s colonial and imported Tweed and Doeskin Suits ; 150 pairs heavy color Moles, Overcoats, Oilskin Suits, Tweeds, Broads, Ulster Cloths, etc., an immense stock of Men’s Shirts Kaiapoi and Roslyn, also Scotch, A’ngora, and Chutsworth Shirts, Cardigan Jackets, Reefers, etc.; Almap’s dblonial made Tweed Hats, aaawarded first prize at Exhibition. T. R. H. & Co. are appointed agents for the above Hats. Ties, Collars, Braces, etc. T. R. H. & Company intend keeping up their reputation in the Men’s Clothing Department, having a well-assorted stock, and selling at the lowest paying profit. BOOTS & SHOES —In colonial and imported Children’s, Women’s and Men’s, in Kid, Calf, Leather, etc., large accessions to their ordinary stock just to hand—the very best colonial article made. Agents for Singer’s Hand and Treadle Sowing Machines, as seen working at Industrial Exhibition, and gaining first award of merit for strength, variety of work capable of doing in a given time, easy management and adjustment, not to be surpassed, and known to be the favorite in the Southern Hemisphere. to cash customers —One Shilling in the Pound for prompt Cash ; Sixpence if accounts paid monthly before 10th of each month. . . 466 a X C 3
William Eevell (Late of Ashburton Forks), TJAS started in Business at Winslow mSHOEING and GENERAL SMITH. All Work done at Reasonable Rates. 359 a TO FARMERS AND RUNHOLDERS IN THE ASHBURTON DISTRICT. We beg to notify to our Farming Friends that we have now OPENED a Branch of our business, as AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MANUFACTURERS, in Cameron street, Ashburton, near Cass street, under the management of Mr Peter Walker, where we will keep a stock of our well-known Implements and Fittings, which will besupplied at Dunedin and Christchurch prices. Illustrated Catalogues Free on application. Reid & Gray, Dunedin, Oamaru, Timaru, Invercargill, Christchurch and Ashburton. 360 a DAVIS VERTICAL FEED Sewing Machine. MELBOURNE EXHIBITION. The above Sewing Machine has taken First Prize at the Melbourne Exhibition, after a contest lasting over several months; the judges having awarded First Prize to the New Davis Vertical Feed on every point. Come and get samples of the work. Sews any fabric, from lace to leather. Always in order. P.S.—lt was also awarded First Prize at the Sydney Exhibition, on every point. It will be seen working at the Ashburton Industrial Exhibition. ORR AND CQ, SOLE AGENTS FOR THE ASHBURTON COUNTY.
S. Nashelski, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRONMONGER, HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand. 230 a Edward George, Boot & shoe importer, & MANUFACTURER of French, English, and Scotch Boots and Shoes. Stores and Stations supplied on the most reasonable terms. CASHEL HOUSE High street, Christchurch. 229 a jyj'EATE’S QUININE WINE. Highly recommended, and acknowledged to be THE BEST TONIC Yet introduced to the public. As a vehicle for the administration of cod liver oil it is unsurpassed. Prepared only by 0. Neate, CHEMIST, ASHBURTON. N.B. —Beware of spurious imitations. 793 R. Galloway, TINWALD, Wheelwright and General agricultural IMPLEMENT MAKER. j All Repairs neatly executed with promptitude and despatch, and at reasonable prices. 197 a NEW INDUSTRY. ASPHALTING. JAMES BRADLEY is prepared to take orders for ASPHALTING at very moderate rates. All orders to be left at the Works, Park srreet. All work kept in repair for twelve mouths. 386 Reapers & Binders. WR. DUNN. . REAPER AND BINDER EXPERT, Peter street, Ashburton, Wishes to notify to Farmers, Contractors, Merchants, and others that he is prepared to Adjust, Repair, and Re-paint all kinds of Reapers and Binders. Extras and Duplicates in Wood and Iron on hand. None but the best material used, and all work guaranteed. Machines examined or repaired in town or country. W. R. Dunn, Workshop, Peter street, near Wakanui road, Ashburton. Agent for SCOTT BROS.' celebrated Leamington Cooking Ranges, Excelsior WindmU s, Tomb Railings, and other Castings. PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION. 132 a
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 308, 1 April 1881
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