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5E NEW ZEALAND llothing Eactory. ASHBURTON BRANCH. • - THE Buy and sell for NEW ZEALAND Cash only CLOTHING FACTORY

1 THE ' NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY Are therefore patronised by Thousands of Discerning Customers :ir. • ■ Jjj THE v,) NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY Is the Premier Establishment in New Zealand THE NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY r, ' : **W : You can Purchase every and any article of wearing apparel THE ZEALAND lING FACTORY Their productions give universal satisfaction wearers to THE ' Display in ClothNEW ZEALAND ing is the Largest -CLOTHING FACTORY in the Southern 1; Hemisphere THE New Seasons NEW ZEALAND Goods for AuCLOTHTNG FACTORY tumn and Winter , THE Hats, Caps, Shirts NEW-ZEALAND and Hosiery, at CLOTHING FACTORY Wholesale Prices , • THE Every article in , NEW ZEALAND Mercery, &c., at CLOTHING FACTORY Wholesale Prices NOTE THE BRANCH ADDRESS—- *• East Street. , W. SPARROW, 3s9af,r ■ Branch Manager.

T7JGHM& 'POINTED “To Let ” and sfl . -«-jpor Sale " —can be obtamed at the OtTAiBDXAJf Office. OTIO E TO SUBSCRIBERS I : Subscribers to this Journal are requested to communicate with the Proprietor when liny delays or omissions in the Delivery o this Paper occur. J i W; ZOUCH, .‘i'u.iai. -■ Proprietor.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 332, 30 April 1881

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