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•DUpiiAOBO WVWIVW t S. W, Alcpm’s 5 NEW DRAPERY STORE * OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT. t’ GOOD NEWS FOR THE PEOPLE 01 j ASHBURTON. " i WONDERFUL CHEAP PURCHASE OF THE STOCK OF DRAPERY MESSRS JACOB JOSEPH AND CO., Wholesale Warehousemen, of Wellington, ; Amounts to nearly L 4,000 wholesale price, purchased for less than LI,OOO. I. IMMENSE BARGAINS. IMMENSE BARGAINS. IN announcing to the public of Ashburton and surrounding districts the opening of my new premises in East street i as a first-class GENERAL DRAPERY, 3 CLOTHING, and BOOT STORE, and in 3 soliciting a liberal share of support, 1 have to state that it is my intention to keep a thoroughly well-assorted stock in j every department, embracing the newest styles, at strictly moderate prices. JACOB JOSEPH’S STOCK, Bought at 73| per cent, discount. I consider it as exceedingly fortunate i for 1 Ashburtonians as well as for myself i that I am in the position to state that I i : have purchased the Drapery Stock of the above firm, amounting to L 4,000, at Wholesale Price, at a discount of 73| per ’ cent, oh landed cost, and will thus be able : to sell all these Goods at LESS THAN i HALF PRICE, and still,have a good ii profit. I Amongst this Stock there is a large quantity of all sorts *of Infants’ Underi clothing, Girls' Night Dresses and Che,j raises (plain, frilled, and trimmed), which i will be sold at about the price of the material, . so that ladies will be saved the labor and expense of making. The following are a few of the articles from the Stock of Jacob Joseph and Co., and their reduced prices:Boys’ New Dux Collars, reduced to 4d perbox Men’s Moulded West End Collars, sizes 14 and 14$, reduced, to 4d Men’s Oxonian Collars, all sizes, 4d Men’s new Dux Harvard Collars, all sizes, 5d per box , Men’s Felt Hats, regular price 7s 6d, re--1 r , duoed to 3s 6d Men’s Drab and Felt Yankee Hats, regular price 155,: reduced to 7a.6d ; 72 doz. Men’s Printed Border Pockets, i finest quality, regular price Is, j reduced to 6d 37 doz. Men’s Chintz Silk Pockets, regular price 4s and 4s 6d, reduced to 2s and 2s fid 100 doz. Men’s Lambswool Drawers, reduced to less than wholesale price 29 doz. Men’s Lambswool Undershirts, reduced to English cost 43 doz. Puggarees, regular price Is and 2s, reduced to 6d and Is _ Boys’ and Men’s Leather and Elastic Belts, at less than half-price 65 doz. Colored Gossamer Falls, regular price 3s 6d and 4s, reduced to Is 6d and 2s Lace Falls, Crape Falls, Crape Sets, &c., at loss than the usual price 120 doz. Stay Rusks, regular price 8d and lOd, reduced to 3d and 4d. 75 doz. Infants’ Stay Bands, regular price 9d to Is 6d, now 4£d to lOd 39 doz. Infants’ Frock Bodies, regular price 2s 6d to 4s 6d, now Is to 2s 3d 65 Colored Lama Long Shawls, regular price 19s 6d and 255, now lls 6d and 13s 6d 800 yards Wools Beigees, usual price Is 4d and Is 6d, reduced to Is 590 yards All-wool French Dress Stuff, new shades, usual price 2s 9d, reduced to Is 9d , New Prints, new Hollands, at great reductions on account of removal of ! duty \ New Sheeting, now Calicoes, new j Shirting, at low prices, duty off. j TO GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, TAILORS, I DRESSMAKERS AND CABINETMAKERS. ! Amongst this Cheap Stock of Jacob j Joseph and Co.’s, there is a large quantity of Braids of all kinds, Hooks and Eyes (black and white), Piping Cord, Stay Tape, Braids and Gimps, Trouser Buttons, Vest Buckles, Coat and Vest and Dress Buttons, Dress Preservers, Chair; Gimps, Curtain Lace, Blind Tassels, Silk Furniture Cords, &c., which i will be sold wholesale, at less than English j cost price. i; i 3 : 3 1 1 f ii SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE LADIES. Dressmaking. I have the pleasure to inform the Ladies that I have secured the services of a firstclass Dressmaker from Wellington, noted for Perfection of Fit combined with great taste and style. Operations in the Dressmaking Department will commence on Monday, the 12th inat., and orders can how be taken in the shop. To prevent disappointment, Materials purchased on the premises only 1 will be made up. S. W. ALCORN, East street, Ashburton. December 1, 1881.' SPECIAL TELEGRAM.—“Parihaka, November 18,1881. —To Mr Thomas Chambers, Ashburton.—Am convinced there’s nothing like leather. Please send up 3,000 pairs of your unrivalled stout, Walking Boots., The Volunteers have whin out their shoe leather in marching upon Parihaka, and have hardly got a sound sole amongst them. You may also forward a pair of, your Elastic Sides for T« Whiti, who wants something for Sunday wear.—-(Signed)— Bryce.” Thomas Chambers’ BOOTS and SHOES secured First Prize at the'Exhibition, and Christchurch and Ashburton Shows. Good fit guranteed, and prices strictly moderate. 141 d LFORD BREWERY. Quinton Bros., BREWERS & BOTTLERS, NEAR THE OLD MEN’S HOME, e ALFORD FOREST ROAD, ASHBURTON. r , Quinton Bros, beg to inform the >- public of Ashburton District that having h completed their New Brewery at the >-■ above address, and engaged an ex perienced Brewer, they are now prepared >- to supply ALES and PORTER of firsts' class quality, brewed from pure Malt and if Hops. Having taken First Prizes at the Ash 11 burton Agricultural and Pastoral Showe I® in 1879 and 1880, they trust this will be a sufficient guarantee of the quality o their Liquors. Family Trade will be specially attended to QUINTON BROS., of ALFORD BREWERY. 78( ar rnHRESHING BOOKS printed on th X shortest notice, at the Office of thi fd Paper, 1 • ■ ’ *

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 521, 29 December 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 521, 29 December 1881

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