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5 Business Notices. {. JELLING OFF. SELLING OFI R. GABITES Surplus Stock >® DRAPERY, CLOTHING, MILLI y NERY, FLANNELS, CALICO, BLANKETS, SHEET- . INGS, TWILLS, &c Ladies’ Costumes for the Million, front 4s lid Ladies’ Cashmere Jackets, from 6s 11a " Ladies’ Underclothing and Baby Liner Ladies Trimmed Chemises, from Is 6d Ladies Trimmed 2s 6d See Hand Night Dressefl, from bills on Friday. Sale FRIDAY, JA commences SUARY 6th, 1882, WAKA In the Shop n< ixt to Thiele, Baker, SUI ROAD. 499 d BAKER BROS., jgUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND UNDERTAKERS, Wakanui road and .Cass street, Ashburton. PLANS PREPA RED & ESTIMATES GIVEN. 472 c F. F urness, -pRUITBRER A ND CONFECTION SR Pine Apples j . StR. LWBBRRIES j ' Cherries i Nuts, | t 7 And all other i Fruits in Se-jison. REFRESHMENT ROOMS—Tea and Coffee Always Ready.. j®-Prospect and Saunders* Buildings. S63d F EW TINWALD SfTORjE, Opposite the Railway Shed. | Opened June 18, 1881. Biggs and Beid, PROPRIETORS. B. and R. begs to inform their Farming Mends and the public generally, that they harer opened a GENERAL STORE, In Jones and Bradshaw’s old premises, opposite the Railway Shed, Tinwald, and solicit a share of the general patronage. CHEAP TEAS! TEj Of the I SUGARS ! SUG At remarks! 1; lS !! TEAS ! ! 1 eat Blends. y Low Prices. CLOTHING ! CLOTHING ! 1 CLOTHING I!! And HARDWARE ! | HARDWARE !! HARDWARE ! ! ! At Prices not to be rubbed out. B. and R.’s Cart is now running daily . the outlying districts. BIGGS AND REID. 87c NEW INDUSTRY. ASPHALTIN ck JAMES BRADLEY is prepared to take orders for ASPHALTING at very moderate rates. aft at the Wo-rka, Park All orders to be street. All work kept months. in repair for twelve 350 c Mount Si Somers ore. [HETE Undersignet have just opened up a L splendid stock o-f Drapery and Clothing, hich will be solq at prices not to be quailed in the district. Groceries and General Stores of best quality, and an inpection and trial respectfully solicited. W. H. PUDDICOMBE & CO, Storekeepers, &c., MOUNT SOMERS. 571 a HE FUTURE OF NEW ZE ALAND. As the future pi ales depends in a upport which is g actures, A. Craig MERCHANT Tanci Have determin manufacture of C< is the requiremen permit. By folio will be enabled asperity of th great measu ven to colon il nianu sse sunny re on the lead & Co., TAILORS, ED STREET, ad to encourage the lonial Tweedsi as much s of their business will wing this course they lot only to foster the rowth and development of the internal 1 Nnn. Zealand, but| will alsc :esources of New 98 enabled to « patrons, and the SUPERIOR ARTICLE AT A MOI •fifer to thei: general pub •ERATE PRICE friends io a verj :ical issue h a largi 'WEEDS To carry this idea to a prac hey have just been favored wi' onsignment of the CELEBRATED ‘KAIAPOI ' Manufactured to their special, order fo: he coming season. As these Tweeds ar* iqual, and in some respects superior, t* mything of the same class that can b mported, they feel confident that, b; itrict attention to business, and by ,th riCu aulcllUUU I/m Wilv% ■ terciae of their 1 isual care in cutting am I tting, they will continue to give tha . . « n . 1. • _t_ il insKOOflin atisfaction which tusineas warrants lave given in the PERFECT F A. CRAIGHEAD AND their rapidly increasin them in believing the; past. [T GUARANTEED. CC 71C

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 531, 11 January 1882

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