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Business Notices. Thomas Crompton, WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF GALVANISED IRON SPOUTING, RIDGE CAP, DOWN PIPING, COLONIAL OVENS KITCHEN RANGES, PORTABLE WASHING FURNACES, CLOSET PANS, LEAD WASHERS, &o. Tn HAS the pleasure of informing his numerous Friends that having Re- •, ~MoyjED into his newly-erected and extensive Manufacturing Premises, in Armagh Street (Exactly Opposite his old Workshops), which have been fitted up with the most modem appliances for the production of work in the various branches of his Business, he is now prepared to execute any order entrusted to him with despatch and and of the best quality of material, and the Lowest Peiob which it is possible for Steam Power and Machinery to effect. Note the Address— A R MAG H STR EE T Near Manchester Street, Christchurch. 212 a 500 Q IIOI A Tl ° H s 500 Taylor’s Tea and Grocery Price List ■ Show themselves lower, on comparison with those of other houses, by 2s. to 3s. in . the pound. New Tea, Saif Chests, of 40 lbs.. Sugars, ... . ... „ “White Crystals, New Currants, ... 17s. to 28s. the Box. j£3 to £53%d. to 4d. ... ... 4%d. to sd. 6d. per lb. T. TAYL OE, COLOMBO STREET (Near Tuam-st.), & HIGH STREET (Near St. Asaph-st.) [Not connected' with Taylor and Papse.] 461 a g ATE YOUR MONEY THESE HARD TIMES Two Shillings in the £ Saved BY DEALING WITH T A Y L O R AN D P A P PS, GROCERS AND TEA DEALERS, LONDON TEA WAREHOUSE, TRIANGLE, HIGH STREET, BRANCH ESTABLISHMENT — HIGH STREET (Two Doors from Tuam street), CHRISTCHURCH. Good Family Tea, Is. 6d. per lb. Good Raw Sugar, 3|d. per lb. Table Rice, 71bs. for Is. 6d. New Jam, 6jd. per tin. Twist Tobacco, Bs. per lb. : Sperm Candles, 9d. per lb. New Currants, 6d, per lb. 600 Articles on Price List equally cheap. Country Orders receive prompt attention. Not connected with T. Taylor. 344 a

John Sheen, BQ O T IMP 6 R TER AND SYDNEY HOUSE, HIGH STREET, DEPOSITS TWBNTYMAN AND COUSINS, CASHEL STREET, BEGS to announce that lie has OPENED -UP a Birst-class Assortment of SUMMER GOODS, comprising Ladies’ . Gents’ and Children’s 'Boots and .Shoes, at Tribes to suit the times, viz : Ladies’ Rid E. Si-, frdm .. Men’s Calf E.S. : , .. Men’s Calf Bats .... {J Men’s Edp. Watertights . i Men’s Rip Blucherg ..i Men’s Canvas Shoes 1 .. 7s. Large Assortment of Slippers and Children’s Boots remarkably cheap. 738

Edward George, i Boot & shoe > importer, 1 & MANUFACTURER of French, English,: and Scotch Boots and Shoes., * Stores and Stations supplied on the, most .reasonable terms. , . , f 0 A S H E L , H O U,S ® High street, Christchurch. 229 a MOATS, AND CO.’S Pure: Blended Teas f ake „. i Beautiful Teas ... ' Nutritions Teasi Delicious TSas ... Splendid. Teas : Faultless. Teas ... Rare Teas ■ Genuine Teas • ... Valuable Teas: Magnificent Teas ... . Incomparable Teas Agreeable;Teas ~.. Original Teas W.onderfui Tjeas ... Useful Teas j ' AND . : Guaranteed , Unadulterated ■ PURE BLENDED TEAS. NELSON, MOATE, & CO., HIGH STREET (Next Ayers’ Baths), Christchurch. : Agent, Ashbtotok— GAEL SON. . ; 422 a

ASHING DAY REFORM. THE FAMILY WASH IN FOUR HOURS Without rubbing or - boiling, saving fivehours of copper firing:every washing-day, by using Harper Twelvetree’a Patent i WASHER,: WRINGER & MANGLER. Three Machines in one., Rrice reduced from L 9 10s to L 8 10d Sold by , J. HERN, Manchester and Tuain streets, 405 a Christchurch, (RAILWAY FOUNDRY), A RE the manufacturers of the following among other specialities : The celebrated'« HSpELSipR” WlNDthe November Metropolitan Show. It is Perfectly reliable ahd self-regulating. ; FIRST PRIZE PATENT GRASS SEED STRIPPER; ' : , As only ;a limited ‘ quantity of these Machines, -which took the FIRST PRIZE at the recent competition 'of the Agricultural/.and:'Pastor Association-,■ can :be .supplied, orders for next.season.must! be given early, or they cannot bo executed. PPORiNG RANGES. These Stoves have been.shown for yekrs in competition wifh other /hiatefs,- and" have aiways received first hobors, having NEVER*- BEEN BEATEN. We ian confidently-reoommend them as-the..best, -Stoves in,New Zealand. ' I ' ! : RGTXBte i Snaciitietiij 6f CUr Prices for this season—-£l7!-’0 'O'.j ° Bfi bY2ein.t.. ’ > .f." 18 10 0 ; iOlfccby 24in.,.. I ttvlfi : :0: | ji-;,'ußfti:byj26i«.:A. 15: 0. ! SCOTT B R O S. ' MILL. This Mill got the FIRST PRIZE at

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 375, 21 June 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 375, 21 June 1881

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