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Business NoticesWesterfield Mill v S NOW IN FULL WORK. Fannm g I'niijiiJi!; tin it- < ; r'st to mill can be ».ccou:i!’o’.l:i. l- ! • i.lit, and have their Grist ;;euc!’ ;o . ;i tin; following mom ■ ing. C!a.v b R; iller kept. V; a 01-’ GkAIN. C7Bd ••V. OLARK, Wc;-ierl;eld Mill. riionias Taylor S now siuoiirig a FRlibli SUPPLY of Uuncilin Oatiacß. Somerville’s, the best at -is r;er 25lbs

Dunedin Biscuits, 3d per lb Pure Lens on Juice (certified by the Board of Trade) quarts, Is 9d Vitadone non alcoholic Champagne, 9d per bftitlo, 8s Gd per dozen Smoked Cods’ Roes, Is per tin Spiced Herrings, Is per tin Fresh Herrings, 8d per tin Very Choice Ling, Gd per tin Sugars, yellow, 34 d per lb Vi bate Crystals, 4d to Md per lb Snowdrop Crystals, 5d Raw Brown, 3-id Teas. —ln this connection v, 3 do no % 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, beat, 2s lOd per lb ; other qualities, 2s Bd, 2s Gd, 2s 4d, 2s, and Is Gd ; boxes, 28s, 265, 245, 225, 20s, 18s Gd, 16a Gd, and 13s Gd The latter, a pure tea with good leaf, strong and fine flavor, unequalled, at leu than 3a a box advance. Strong caddies, containing 201 b of tb« famous Assam Mixture, 38s; Half* chests of lO'.bs, L 3 to L 5 Coffee, 21b tins, best, 3s Maravilla Cocoa 12sser.ee, 3s Pd per lb Van Houtrns’, 4s 8d Fry’s, Is Gd Now Currants, (id per lb Mixed Peels, Is Gd per lb

St Alt ars Cake.'-, cumin 1, cition, or seed, 9d each Beet Mixed Biscuits, Oil per lb Candles, Battersea Wax, IOAd per lb £peiin (full weight), 8d per lb Mould Caudles, 5d per lb. Kerosene, 9a, 9s 6d, and 10s 6d, per tin Fire Kindlers, 4| per packet. Nabob Pickles, Is 3d per bottle Captain White’s 2s 3d Crosse and Blackwell’s, Is 3d McLean’s Colonial, lOd Lucca Oil, C. and 8., (quarts), 2s 4xl Nabob Sauce, 10d Yorkshire Helish, ICd. Mellov’s Sauce, 9d and Is 6d C. and B. Currie Powder, Is Cd and Is 9d Keillor’s Marmalade, 9d per tin Swiss Milk, 10|d, 10s dozen Hcnt-y, 2ib tins. lOd Sago, 4d per lb, the 1 c,-t Tapioca, fid and Cd Farina, 5d -per lb p.acket Maize ua and Caw-ego, 8d poi lb ColumV.ua Coir, Flour, Cd Rice, 3(1 ; Tib for Is Cd ; test, 4d ground, 4d Tobacco— best brands only, Venus Nail . IOC 1 ., Cb Venus Twist, 5s Cd Aromatic, mild. Cs per lb At!. • t*. O. GOODS DOJVKKED DAILY, .‘ nniiii.-s ; ST. ALBANS’ STORE AND BAKER! (Laic Say well). COLOMBO STREET— Christchurch— One door city side of Tnam street. HIGH STREET— One clccr citv side of St. Asai L siieet 284 EE A Co., Ironmongers, beg to inform J the Ashburton public that they har® been appointed AGENTS for the undermentioned Machines, and trust that all who are thinking of buying a Sewing op Kilting Machine will call and see these before deciding on any other make. THE LIGHT-RUNNING

{Standard SEWING MACHINE CS THE BEST IN THE WORLD. JIOW MIND YOU DON’T FORGET 1* /0". A m m* c'.S The HOME OcMC CMON (band readle) by the same niai-:ars as ‘Standard,” is a peMecby reliable Am •an-made Machine, :!l! " j !:,s S nel } jouivocul pfi! isfi’.cti* *n wl.eievci id lucecl, and dose 1 , res the attention of tU ?U The “ Staiab.i d ” Kli/KER.—Th Machine will bo found a great boon to Dressmakers and ethers. and we antici* pate a large and ready sale for this. It ;an be worked by hand, treadle, or - steam power, and will Make Any Kind ov Kilt Desiked. Can be altered to dif* Ferent styles and widths immediately, ana n a most simple manner 63®

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 654, 5 June 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 654, 5 June 1882

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