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Business Notices. E W A WINTER RRIY A L S DRAPERY. Friedlander Bros. ARE NOW SHOWING THEIR FIRST SHIPMENT. OF WINTER DRAPERY, COMPRISING ALI. THE NOVELTIES. Being Direct Importers of Goods arriving every month, well selected from the best houses at Home by their own buyer, they are able to SELL CHEAPER than any other house in town. The in* habitants of Ashburton and the surrounding districts will find it to their advantage to give them a call before purchasing elsewhere. THE MANTLE DEPARTMENT Contains a great variety of LADIES’ BLACK CLOTH JACKETS (braid, fringe, and fur trimmings), from 14s. ULSTERS (in Children’s, Maids’, and Ladies’), from 4s fid. SKIRTS —Black Quilted Alpacca, from 6s fid ; also, a large assortment in Felt and Italian Cloth. SHAWLS —Tartans, square and long, of finest quality; Winter Wraps of all kinds, including the noted Himalayan (registered), of which we have only a limited number left. IN THE DRESS DEPARTMENT We are showing a Choicb Assortment, consisting of Satin Cloths in black and all the leading shades ; also, Pompadours, Serges, Carmelites, Alpacas, Russel and Persian Cords in black and colored; French Merinos in all colors, 44-inch wide, 3s fid per yard. Wo invite special attention to the FANCY DEPARTMENT, Including the latest styles in Seal, Velvet, and Black Straw Hats and ■ Turbans, Black Straw Bonnets, Bonnet Silks, Satins, Velvet and Plush Trimmings, Feathers, Plumes, Flowers, etc. Ladies’ Two-buttoned Josephine Kid Gloves, First Choice, Black, and Colored ; also, Paris Kid Gloves from 3s, Lisse and Muslin Frillings in white and old gold. Ribbons in all leading shades, Swansdown Trimmings, Knotted Lace, and Seaweed Silk Fringes, Ladies’ Silk Umbrellas, Corsets, Underclothing, Hosiery, etc., etc., in great variety. THE MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT Is not to be excelled in Longcloths, Shirt ings. Twills in Horrockses, Crewdson’s, Hawkins’, and other makes ; English, Welsh, Saxony, and Kaiapoi Flannels. Sheetings, Table Napkins, Quilts and Toilet Covers, White, Scarlet, Blue, and Grey Blankets. IN THE HABERDASHERY DEPARTMENT. Every article required will be found. OUR OUTFITTING DEPARTMENT. Is now replete with the most fashionable and serviceable goods. Boys’ Knickerbockers and Tunic Suits. , Boys’ and Youths’ Tweed Galatea Suits. Boys’ and Youths’ Hats, in large variety. Boys’ and Youths’ Trousers and Vests. Boys’ and Youths’ Moleskin Trousers. Boys’ and Youths’ Crimean Shirts. Collars, Braces, Ties, Etc., Ftc., Etc. Men’s Tweed Galatea Sac and Paget Suits. Men’s Waterproof Coats. Men’s Blouses and Overalls (Patented). American Duck. Shirts, Scarves, Collars. Socks and Half-Hose of every description, &c., &c. SUPERIOR BOOTS AND SHOES of Colonial Manufacture. We invite special attention to a weU selected line of GENTS’ SILK UMBRELLAS. From Ten Shillings. Implements, &c. To farmers, we can specially offer, at reduced prices, an extensive stock of PLOUGHS, HARROWS, DRAYS, CHAFFCUTTERS, and CORNCRUSHERS of various makes. Corrugated Iron of the best brands. Fencing Wire, and Fencing material, consisting of Posts, Rails, Stakes, Staples, and Wire Strainers. We invite further inspection to the IRONMONGERY DEPARTMENT, And have determined to reduce prices to the lowest remunerative rates. A large stock of BBH Rod and Bar Iron ; also of Blacksmiths’ and Farriers’ Tools always on hand. THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT Is now well stocked with new seasons teas in half-chests and boxes, superior, Mauritius Sugars, Brown and White, Crystals and Counters, Crushed Loafs, Currants, Elemes, Sultanas, Muscatells, Jordan and Shell Almonds, etc., etc. A large stock of English and Colonial Lollies, Jams, Jellies, etc. THE CHINA AND GLASSWARE DEPARTMENT IS WELL FITTED UP. Inspect our stock before purchasing elsewhere. AGENTS COLONIAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 340, 10 May 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 340, 10 May 1881

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