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Business Notices. Westt: 7 old Mill Y S Eo \V IN ! ■ ' ' WORK. Farmers JL bringing th; ir (irist to mill can be accommodated oil night, and have their Grist ready to ti-iiun the following morning. A A V. : icr 3;ept. Cask iA-Yi-.u os Cuais. Apply to JAMBA CL A BE, 678 d Proprietor Wcstcriield Mill.

■ riiomas Taylor JS now quoting a FEESH SUPPLY of

Dunedin Oatmeal, Somerville’s, the best at 4s per 251bs Dunedin Biscuits, 3d per lb Pure Lemon Juice (certified by the Board of Trade) quarts, Is 9d Vitadone non alcoholic Champagne, 9d per bottle, 8s Gd per dozen Smoked Cods’ Poes, Is per tin Spiced Herrings, Is per tin Pi'esh Herrings, 8d per tin Very Choice Lings Gd per tin Sugars, yellow, 3£d per lb V, hite Crystals, 4d to 4|d per lb Snowdrop Crystals, 5d Raw Brown, 3id Teas. —ln this connection we do no t nauseate the public by “protesting too much.” Our teas and prices speak for themselves. Pure Assam Tea, 2s and 2s Gd per lb Best Pekoe or Green, 3s. Mixtures of Indian and China Teas, best, 2s lOd per lb ; other qualities, 2s Bd, 2s 6d,’2s 4d, 2s, and Is Cd ; boxes, 28s, 265, 245, 225, 20s, 18s Gd, 16s Gd, and 13s Gd The latter, a pure tea with good leaf, strong and fine flavor, unequalled, at less than 3s a box advance. Strong caddies, containing 201 b of the famous Assam Mixture, 38s; Halfchests fit iOibs, L 3 to 1.5 Coffee, Sib tins, best, 3s Maravilla Cocoa Essence, Ss Gd per lb Van Houtc-iip.’, 4a 8d Fry’s, 1b Gd Kcw Currants, Gd per lb Mixed Peels, la Gd per ib St Albans Cakes, currant, citron, or seed, 9d each Rest Mixed Biscuits, 9d per ib Caudles, Battersea Was, lOid per lb Sperm (full weight). Cd per Ib Mould Candles, ad per lb. Kerosene, 9e, Da Go, and 10s Cd, per tin Fire Kindlcra. 4-J. per racket. Nabob IWI \ i ' i v'ttlo Captain lv bite's ~ ;;ri Crosse and Blachwc-ti’s, Ib 3d McLean’s Colonial, 10u Lucca Oil, G. p.iui uurarls), 2s 4d Nabob Sauce, ICrl Yorkshire Relish, 10.1. Mellor’s Sauce, fid and Is Cd C. and E. Currie l’uv.;Ua, Is Gd and ls 9d

Keilict’.s Mannalaxtc, ' : <i per tin Swiss Milk, ICvrci. 10s tU-acn Honey, £ii> tins, 10J Sago, 4xi per lb, the best Tapioca, 5d and cd Farina, 5d per lb packet Maizeua and Oswego, t>el pci lb Columbus Corn Fit air, Gil Rice, 8d ; Sib for 3 a Cu ; best, 4d ground, 4xl Tobacco—best brands only, Venus Nail red, Gs Venus Twist, 5s Cd Aromatic, mild. (>. io;- }h v: c, < x GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. AI»Di!KSS : ST. ALBANS’ STOLE AND BAKER i (Late Say well). COLOMBO STREET— Christchurch— One door city side of Tuan, street. LICIT STREET— One door city tide of St. Atoph street 284

ORIi A Co., Ironmongers, beg to inform the Ashburton public that they have been appointed AGEISTS for the undermentioned Machines, and trust that all who are thinking of buying a Sowing or Killing Machine will call and see these before deciding on any other make. THE LIOHT-RUHNINO Standard SEWING MACHINE K 8 THE BEST IN THE WORLD. T-sS mm m A JlOVf KIND YOU pON’T FORGET ft

‘Oi.JC , t - The HOME CO7.It’ANION (hand treadle) by the same makers as ‘‘ Standard,” is a perfectly reliable Am can-made Machine, and has given equivocal satisfaction wherever in duced, and deserves the attention of th public. The “ Standard ” KILTER.— Th Machine will be found a great boon to Dressmakers and others, and wo anticipate a largo and ready sale for this. It can be worked by hand, treadle, or steam power, and will Make Amy Kims or Kilt Desired. Can be altered to different styles and widths immediately, and n a most simple manner 63e

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 652, 2 June 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 652, 2 June 1882

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