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Business Notices. West 6' t field Mill 'J S NOW IN FULL WORK. Farmers j V. miffing Uhifir Otist 1 o mill, can Ue accoianioJiUticl alt n.'glu;, and bf>>o (■: ri-st,- ready to rcfiini the ioiioiV.’Dg mofb ing. A Bight-Miller kept. Cash Eg ye u of Grain. Apply to JAMES CLARK, 678 d Proprietor Weaterfield Mill.

Jliomas Taylor ~| g now quoting a FRESH 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 Yitadone non alcoholic Champagne, 9d pet bottle, 8e fid per dozen Smoked Cods’ Roes, la per tin Spiced Herrings, Is per tin Freeh Herrings, 8d per tin Very Choice Ling, fid per tin Sugars, yellow, 3|d per lb M hite Crystals, 4d to 4id per lb Snowdrop Crystals, 5d Raw Brown, 3Jd Teas.—ln this connection we do no nauseate the public by “ protesting to 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 Gd, 2s 4d, 2s, and Is fid ; boxes, 28s, 2fis, 245, 225, 20s, 18s fid, 16s fid, and 13s fid 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 ; Half-chc-sts of lOlbs, L 3 to L 5 Coffee, 21b tins, Lost, 3s Maiavillu Cocoa Essence, 3s fid per lb Van Holdens’, 4g 8d Fry’s, Is Cd Is’ew Currants, Cd per lb Mixed Peels, Is fid per lb St Albans Cakes, currant, citron, or seed, fid each Best Mixed Biscuits, fid per lb Candles, Battersea Wax, 10-id per lb Sperm ('full weight), Sd per lb Mould Candles, 5d per lb. Kerosene, 9s, Os fid, and 10s fid, pel tin Fil e Kindlers, 4i per packet. Nabob Pickles, Is 3d per bottle Captain White’s 2a 3d Crosse and Blackwell’s, Is 3d McLean’s Colonial, lOd Lucca Oil, C. and 8., (quarts), 2s 4d Nabob Sauce, 10d Yorkshire Itelisn, iOd. Mellcr’s Sauce, fid and 3.3 fid j. and B. Cun-io Powder, Is Gd and Is 9d Keillcr’jj Maunaiade, 00 per tin r iwiss Mid., 10s donen ilonoy, 21b tins, 20>1 ■ago, 4d per ib, the best Papioca, 5d and fid 'arina, Gd per ib packet laizena and Oswego, Sd pci lb olumbua Corn Flour, Gd lice, 3d ; 71b for Is Cd ; Lest, 4d ground, 4,d 'obacco—best brands oulj', Venus Na il rod, 6s 7 eii us Twist, 5s Gd firomatic, mild, Gs per ib Ac. Ac. GOODS DELIVERED DAILY, Address * IT. ALBANS’ STORE AND BAKER (Late Saywell). COLOMBO STREET— Christchurch:— One door city side of Tuam street. HIGH STREET—)ne door city side of St. Asaph street 284 r \RR & Co. .Ironmongers, beg to inform the Ashburton public that they have ieen appointed AGENTS for the under, nentioned Machines, and trust that all •ho are thinking of buying a Sewing oi lilting Machine will call and see these efore deciding on any other make. THE LIGHT-RUNNINO SEWING MACHINE IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD'A |IOW MIND YOU DON’T FORGET 1* The HOME COMPANION (hand readle) by the same makers as ‘ Standard,” is a perfectly reliable Am an-made Machine, and has given ■quivocal satisfaction wherever in luced, and deserves the attention of th >ublic. The “Standard” KILTER.—Th Machine will be found a great boon _to Dressmakers and others, and we anticipate a large and ready sale for this. It jan be worked by hand, treadle, or steam sower, and will Make Any Kind of 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 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 663, 15 June 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 663, 15 June 1882

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