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BusmateTN otficea. - SPECIAL QUOTATIONS FROM L ' . : v =.:::!'i J f : .-V ■; 1 TEA AND! GROCERY PRICE MST; J 1 : r. !■ ; . 1 < VIN-SANIB, OR WINE Olf HEALTH The New Prize Medal Aerated NonAlcoholic Beverage—la per bottle, 11s per dozeb. ' v : _ Highest testimonials. Pure Assam Tea, 2s and 2s fid, per lb ; Pure Lemon Juice (certified) imperial! quarts, Is 9d ; ; Assam Congou, 2s per lb . : ; > White, Crystal; Sugar, 4d per lb—see; , window sample Best Black or Mixed Tea, 2s 10d—don’t • pay more" ’; . Fry’s Chocolate, quite fresh- Is 3d per lb Java Rice, 71b for Is 6d ; 561 b bags, lls 9d, 13s, or 15s Costa Rica Coffee, Is 4d per lb ' Straw-colored Sugar, 3jd per lb—see window sample Family Congou, Is fid per lb Before paying a faney fOF Tea, try a pound of the above ; it has a good leaf, • fine flavour, fair strength, and w guaranteed to be as pure as any sold at 3s’ to 4s petrlb.' ■ ' ' , , , Queensland Arrowroot, 8d per lb ' i • ’ Morton’s Sapce, fid per bottle . Carbonate! of Soda, 6d per lb -. . Captain White’s Oriental Pickles, 2s 3d per bottle ■■■.., # _ ’ Tea —Strong lead-lined, boxea, containibg 201 b of‘the ’Celebrated Assam Mixture, 40s, 455, or 60s ■ Dried Apples, per lb ; r ; 1 Hops, 2s per lb Ginger, Is, Bd_ per- lb China Tea (broken leaf), 14s fid per box New Season, 18s fid, 20s, to . . Half-chests bf 4015, 60s; 70s, 80s, or 90s Oatmeal, 3fi 251 b bag.;, Indian Currie Ponder,' fid per - ; ; Crowe Kerosene, 17s 6a, 18s fid, and 20s per

ease LuncheonßiacUita, 3sd per 11) Neave’s Food for Infants, Is 3d par. tin Chutnee (Mdrtons)', '9a per bottfo , ' Mellor’s Sauce, 9ji,. or is 6d i»er J -b6ttt Irish Je Sd pw bottle. Safety Matches (half size), 4d,per doze Baking PoWdeir > (loose), la per lb ' Condensed Milk (Milkmaid brand), 10Jd per tin ' Sago, 4dper lb _ Hemp, Rape, Canary, ; or Linseed, 5d per lb Beat Twist Tobacco 5s per lb Venus Nailrod, 6s per lb . Aromatic bkrs, 6k per lb A 21b tin of best' S&lthon, Is 5d Cleaver's Toilet A 31b bar of excellent soap fOr 6d' GOODS DELIVERED IN TOWN AND SUBURBS, OR AT THE RAILWAY STATION. T. TAYLOR'S ONLY PLACETS 1 OF BUSINESS r Are COLOMBOBTREET, One door of Tuam street and Low;et High street (Opposite the Caveraham Hotel). 2840 j. F. stmtz, HIGH STREET (TRIANGLE), CaißTGfloaoH. PRACTICAL in Foreign and English Watches. Makes all his; expenses by his hand-work, therefore he can sell cheaper than any .other house in ; Canter-: bury. [EsrABLZSHi&D 1877.1 ' Rotheram’s Silver Hunting Levers, £6. £l5O REWARD, if not, genuine. 20 per Cent. Cheaper than other Houses. a a p J. F. Strat WaldhtnW from London S> 1

J. i 1; .STRATZ, Direct Importer,',of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, and Silver Plate from England, France, • Germany* and America. English Silver Hunting Levers, capped, from £3 10s to £lO 10s. £ s. d. American Waltham Lovers, with English cases; front' ... 2 5 0 American Lever' Clocks, iii wood or nickel silver cases 0 9 6 Alarm Clocks (nickel silver), bell 012 6 GRATEFUL COMFORTING EPPS’S COOOAV BREAKFAST. . BY a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a ; careful application of the fine properties; of ’ well selected cocoa,"Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage which may Save us many Heavy doctor’s bills. It is by the l judiciohs use of such articles of diet that a : constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to, .resist every tenpency to disease.: ' Hundreds.of subtle maladiis are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a' weak poiht. We may ,escape many a fatal, shaft by keopibg ourselves well ifortified with spur® blood and a properly: nourished frame.-r-See article in the Civil Service Gazette. ' Made simply with boiling water or muk Sold only in packets, labelled,*— - J AMES, EPPS . AND CO. y HOMOEOPATHIC OHBMISty LONDON. ■ A ntirtcm

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 506, 12 December 1881

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