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Business Notices. Reid and Gray, MELEMENT AND MACHINE MANUFACTURERS JL (First Prize takers at the Melbourne and Sydney Exhibitions for Double-Furrow Ploughs), further beg to draw the attention of Farmers to their new and improved Corn and Seed Drills, Broadcast Sowing Machines, 15, 4, and 5 leaf Harrows, Tripod Harrows, and Flexible Steel Harrows of new designs, Cambridge Rollers, 20, 24, and 26 inches, Chaff Cutters, with renewable steel catting plates, Horse Gears for 1,2, 3, or 4 horses, &c., Ac. Fencing Standards Cut and Punched to any Length and Gauge. Agents tor Clayton and Shuttlewoktii’s Traction and Portable Engines and Combines. Illustrated Price Lists free on application to any of our offices at Dunedin, Invercargill, Oamaru, Timaru, Christchurch, and at our new premises CAMERON STREET, ASHBURTON. 99a T. E. Hodder and Company, REAPERS, CLOTHIERS, BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSEMEN, GROCERS, IRONMONGERS, SEWING MACHINE AGENTS, &c. AGENTS FOR NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY. CO CD CD 08 QC QC CO O 8 I—CO The attention of the residents in Ashburton and surrounding country is politely directed to the following Goods 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 Hah and Bonnets, Seal Caps, Fur, Velvet, and Seal Tam o’ Shanters, Tiger skins, Turbans, Langtrees, Countess, Plush Riding Hats, etc.; an assortment of 150 newest stylos 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, Tweeds, Striped Rugs, from the Kaiapoi, Roslyn, and Mosgiel Mills ; Calicoes, Shirtings, Carpets, Sheetings, Cretones, Prints, Counterpanes, , etc. 4 1 New Winter Goods, Drapery, Clothing, Boots, dc. HOSIERY DEPARTMENT—ChiIdren’s and Women’s Hosiery, Dent’s and Josephine Gloves, Wool 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 colored Moles, Overcoats, Oilskin Suits, Broads, Ulster Cloths, etc. Immense stock of Men’s Shirts, Tweeds, Kaiapoi and Roslyn, also Scotch, Angolra, and Chataworth Shirts, Cardigan Jackets, Reefers, etc.; Almao’s colonial made Tweed Hats, as awarded 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. X CD nn “O SO Agents for Singer’s Hand and Treadle Sewing Machines, as seen working L 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 he 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. , 4G6a Aitken and Heberts, BURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGE RBr CASHEL STREET WEST, CHRISTCHURCH. FRESH SHIPMENTS EVERY MONTH—PRICES VERY REASONABLE. I NOW LANDING— Electro-plated Ware I Useful Novelties, and V Suitable for Presents and family use Fancy Goods ) . . . Curd Mills, Churns, Cheese Presses, Harvest Tools of all kinds, Machine Oils Weighing Machines, Binder Twine, Rope, Station Requisites, Paints, Oils Theodolites, Planimetcrs, Band Chains, Surveyors’ Cots and all requisites Dynamite, Powder, Shot, Cartridges, Guns, Rook Rifles, Gun Implements Lawn Mowers, Lawn Sprinklers, Pumps, Filters, Wire Netting, Baths English and American Ranges, Stoves, Bedsteads, Nursery Guards, Hall and * Umbrella Stands _ . , Travelling Trunks, Bonnet Boxes, Toilet Sets, Stove Ornaments, and Well-assorted Shipments of Furnishing and Builders’ Ironmongery. AITKEN & ROBERTS, Cashed Street West. 306 URNISHING! FURNISHING 1 P. PATERSON NOW SHOWING, in his NEW and COMMODIOUS PREMISES, in CASHEL STREET, the FRESHEST, CHEAPEST, and BEST STOCK of IN CHRISTCHURCH. 'ABINET WORK AND UPHOLSTERING OF THE VERY FIRST QUALITY. MATTRESSES, &c., MADE TO ORDER ON THE PREMISES. DEFERRED PAYMENTS TAKEN. 462 a gNCOURAGE COLONIAL WORK, AND BUY THE MAKER. YOUR BOOTS OF Why Buy imported rubbish when you can get Boots always Fresh Made at Hyde’s Boot Factory, Triangle, High street, Christchurch. OUR OWN MAKE—Men’s Elastics, from 13s. 6d.; Men’s Light Watertights, from 3s. 6d.; Men’s Shoes, from 11s. 6d.; Women’s Kid Boots, 7s. 6d.; Women s Levant ,o. (fancy stitched), Bs. Cd. OUR OWN MAKE. _ And all other Boots at Low Prices. iUY FROM THE MAKER, AND KEEP THE MONF.Y IN THE COLONY

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 349, 20 May 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 349, 20 May 1881

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