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Business Notices. ORE AND CO.. HATING! resolved on CLEARING C:l' : : , OUTithe balance of their WINTER STOCK, Previous to Stock-taking, will, during the next month, make SPECIAL REDUCTIONS On all class#* of Goods. Our ggpT Drapery Stock Being all HEW and FRESH, and specially selected for our own trade, Customers may rely on getting useful goods at extremely’, moderate rates. Winceys, all shades, 7£d, upwards Dark Serge Tweeds at Bd, worth Is per yard Black Alpacas at 9d, worth Is 2d Homespuns at lOd, Is, and 1s 4d, all wool French Merinos at 2s 6d, 2s 9d, 3s 4d, Satin Cloths, all shades, Is 6d, Is lOd, and 2s6d 10 dozen Ladies’ Stays, good fit, at ss, worth 7s 6d COLONIAL MANUFACTURES. We hold a large Stock of Kaiapoi and Roslyn manufactured Goods as shown by us at the late Exhibition, which gained FIRST PRIZE. Owing to the large quantity of these Goods which we sell, the manufacturers have made & special reduction on large quantities, which will enable us to sell these goods UNDER USUAL PRICE. Roslyn Flannel, at Is 2d, Is 4d, Is Bd, 2s, and 2s 6d Kaiapoi Flannels, at Is 3d, Is 4d, Is 6d, and 2s English Flannel at lOd, Is, Is 4d, Is 6d, and 2s 6d Blankets, 12s 6d, 15s, 22s 6d upwards Roslyn and Kaiapoi Blankets, 18s, 225, np to 65s ' TAILORING DEPARTMENT. We are now showing an immense Stock of Kaiapoi, Mosgiel, and Geelong Tweeds for Gentlemen’s Suits, also Scotch and Irish Tweeds in great variety. All orders entrusted to us made up by Messrs Craighead & Co., and a perfect Fit guaranteed. Suits to measure from £3 15s. COLONIAL-MADE CLOTHING. Colonial-made Suits from 42s 6d uprfis- ; Boys’and Youths’ Suits in great variety Gent’s-Overcoats at greatly reduced ices Waterproof Coats unusually cheap DRESSMAKING, Under the superintendence of a first-class Dressmaker, with competent assistants. A PERFECT FIT guaranteed. Complete^,..Mourning Orders and Wedding Outfit#, (executed on the shortest notice in the most correct style and at very MODERATE PRICES. , BOOTS AND SHOES. f-' - ‘ We. are selling the balance of a manufactured stock at a little over HALFPRICE. ‘ Ladies’ Kid Boots, good fitting, at 8s 6d, worth lls 6d Ladies’ Morocco Boots, at 8s 6d Boots at greatly reduced Boots from 12s 6d upwards £Ji ’ - " v ‘ r - ' ORE AND CO., I-.: -i tEAST STREET. jifiiK •; ; Ashburton Jtme 23,1881 ■.m .V,J i;:vi...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 393, 12 July 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 393, 12 July 1881

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