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Badness Notices OTICJ OF REMOVAL. JOHN BOOT AND HARVEY, SHOEMAKER, Begs to intimate to his numerous friends and ■ customers that he has removed info his new Premises, next to the Panama House, j ; TANCRED STREET, , , he hopes to merit a lair share of public ipatronage. . • f; ; Eyery description of Boots and Shoes made to order on the shortest notice, j Repairs neatly executed. 1990 JgARGAINS FOR THREE WEEKSS. W. Alcorn, Having purchased from Messrs Hoddeb and Co. their ENTIRE STOCK of DRAPERY, MILLINERY, CLOTHING, ... ; BOOTS AND SHOES, &c., AT A HEAVY DISCOUNT OFF COST I PRICE, . Has determined to hold a great CHEAP CLEARING SALE ' FOB | THREE WEEKS ONLY, Previous to removing to his new premises

The -whole of the Stock has been Remarked for the sale in Plaint Figures, at such Extensive Reductions as must satisfy everyone of the genuineness of the bargains being offered. -11 The following are a few of the reductions effected ; Prints at bid per yard, reduced to 4d Good Strong Winsey, reduced to 4|d ; Horrock’s Longcloth,. reduced to 3s lid per dozen | Fancy Dress Stuff at 2s 6d per yard, i reduced to Is 3^d Cotton Shirtings, reduced to 4|d and s|d Brown Holland, reduced to 6|d i Ladies’ Kid Gloves at 3s 6d, reduced to Is lid I Long Muslin Curtains at 6s 6d, re- ! diiced to 4s 9d ' All Wool Flannel, reduced to Is Ladies’ Washing Skirts, reduced to 2s 3d 1 ’ Men’s Tweed Suits at 80s, reduced to 55s Men’s Mole Trousers at 10s, reduced to 7s 6d Men’s Cotton Shirts reduced to Is 3d Men’s Shooter Boots reduced to 16s 9d ■ Women’s Boots reduced to 4s 9d And all other Goods at proportionate reductions. Intending purchasers and all in want of good, useful household Drapery, New Millinery, Clothing or Boots, should visit this sale as early as possible and secure some of the choice Bargains. Terms During the Sale are NET CASH. Note. —A fresh consignment of SINGERS’ CELEBRATED SEWING MACHINES Just opened. Orders from the country promptly attended to.

Observe the address is— S. W. ALCORN, LATE T. R. HODDER & COMPANY, 868 c Saunders’ Buildings.

Q S BORNE HARVESTERS AND BINDERS (WIRE AND STRING). The owners ot too above and others are informed we have eigaged store-room of Mr Thomas Bullock, Ashburton, where we intend, after the arrival of our new supply of Extras, to repair all Binders entrusted to our care, and put them in ' thorough working order, for owners only. The only charge made will be for the extras and material used, at list prices, payable in cash for delivery of machines. We have two experts engaged for the work, one direct from Osborne’s Factory, who will be glad to explain the working of the Binder to save future trouble to the farmer. Apply early, as time will be limited, and earliest applicants will receive first attention. ROBERT WILKIN & CO., , Christchurch. Orders will also be taken for Machines for the coming season.

•vrBW TINWALD STORE, l\| Opposite the Railway Shed. Opened June 18, 1881. Biggs and Beid, PROPRIETORS. B. and R. begs to inform their Farming friends and the public generally, that they have opened a GENERAL STORE, In Jones and Bradshaw’s old premises, opposite the Railway Shed, Tinwald, and solicit a share of the general ageCHEAP TEAS! TEAS!! TEAS!!! Of the Best Blends. SUGARS ! SUGARS !! SUGARS!! At remarkably Low Prices. CLOTHING ! CLOTHING!! CLOTHING !!! And HARDWARE ! HARDWARE !! HARDWARE ! ! ! At Prices not to be rubbed out. B. and R’s Cart is now running daily in the outlying districts. BIGGS AND REID. 87c THRESHING BOOKS printed on the shortest notice, at the Office of this Paper.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 493, 4 November 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 493, 4 November 1881