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I New Advertisements. E W~ G O O D S. 1 Apricot marmalade, Crosse and Blackwell, in glass camp kettles, 2s each, fresh f rim' Soho square [ Indian' packets, in lead, of pure Assam tea, Wonderfully strong, 2s 4d per lb Dunedin oatmeal, Somerville’s, a fresh supply, in splendid condition, 4s 6d per bag Elegant Japanese canisters, containing 61b of very tine Souchong, 16s English pickles, 8d per bottle Raspberry vinegar, English, Is bottles Mushroom catsup, large bottles, Is Beduced Prices. Mild-cured hams, per 7Jd per lb Wheat for fowls, per 3s 9d bushel Silk-dressed flour, 601 b, 6s 3d ; 251 b, 3s 4d Good rice for chickens, 71b, Is 4d New Jams, 6£d per tin Dunedin biscuits, fresh, 3d per lb Hops, best quality, 2s per lb Kerosene, 8s 6d, Os 6d, and 10s 6d per tin at jCliomas Taylor’s. Patent dressed kitchen fruit, washed and dried by machinery— Currants, 6d and QhA per lb Raisins, 6d and 8d Sultanas, 7d The cleanest fruit in New Zealand Maize meal, 3d per lb Haricot beans, 3d Egyptian lentils, 3d per lb German lentils, 6d per lb An 111 b box of the best Tea imported, Assam and Dapsang Souchong, 28s lAn 111 b box of new season’s tea, 20a. Compare this with the 25s box of other houses. Pure lime juice, quarts, Is 9d. Certified by the Board of Trade Lime juice cordial, la 9d Captain White’s Oriental pickles, 2s 3d Calves’ foot' jelly, quarts, O. and £., 3s 6d 83 Colombo St. Best black or mixed tea, 2s lOd Indian and China mixture, 2s pec lb. Family Congou, strong, fine flavored Is 6d Lucca oil, quarts, 2s 3d Bloater or anchovy paste, C. and 8., Is 3d White crystallised sugar, 4d, and 4£d per lb Dried apples, 7d per lb 123 Lower High St. Self-raising flour, Is packets, 3s bags Rich pound cakes, 9d Mixed wine biscuits, 9d per lb Loose baking powder. Is per lb Keiller’s marmalade, 9d per tin Black:lead, 10d per dozen Blacking, 7d per dozen Best starch, 5d per lb Carb. soda, 6d 39 Manchester St. Irish moss, Is 2d and 2s per bottle Linseed meal, 8d per lb Fly papers, 9d per doz Safety matches, Bryant and May’s lOi per doz Fire kindlers, 4£d per doz , Nestle’s milk, per tin Sago, 4d per lb , Tapioca, sd, 71b for 2s 6d &c., &c., &c. Triangle (LATE DEVON PORT’S), CHRISTCHURCH.

WANTED KNOWN—That lam selling Venus Nailrod at 6s per lb.; Venus Twist, 5s 6d per lb.; Venus Navy Twist, 6s per lb.; Tricopherous, Is 3d per bottle. Enos’ Fruit Salt, 3s 3d per bottle. Also, Toys of every description, consisting of Dolls, Trumpets, Toy Drums, Tambourines, . Wheelbarrows, Carts, Guns, etc., etc. “ F. Clark, BAST STREET. slB Amusements. qDDPELLOWS’ FETE. PRINCE OF WALES BIRTHDAY (9ie NOVEMBER). AT LAGMHOR STATION. A Special Train will be run for the occasion at 10.30 a.m. Programme. Men’s Race, 100 yards Sack Race Married Men’s Race Blindfolded Race Single Women’s Race Egg and Spoon Race Standing High Jump Married Women’s Race I Three-Legged Race Should time permit, a number of other events will take place ; also, Sports and Prizes for children. A Band will play selections of Dance Music at intervals during the day. Prices of tickets (to include railway, fare)—Double, 7s 6d; gentlemen, ss; ladies, 2s 6d; children under fifteen, half price ; under seven, free. Tickets to be obtained from Messrs Tucker, Reid, Ferriman, Connelly, Stribling, Maynards, Macphorson, Miles, and Hughes. 1 R. MINNIS, 025 PS. The public trust office OF NEW ZEALAND. Atention is directed to the provisions of the Acts establishing this Office, and to the advantages placed thereby within the reach of every colonist. Subject to such provisions, the State offers to every person c—--1 to make his or her Will or Codicil. 2. —Intending to provide for Wife and Children or others by deed of Settlement. 3.—Settling Property by way of Marriage Settlement. 4 —Desiring to renounce the Trusts of a Will, having been appointed Executor or Trustee under the same. 5, —Having acted as Trustee, Executor, or Administrator, wishing to be relieved of the burthen of Trusteeship or Administration, the option of using the State machinery, and gives an absolute guarantee against loss of funds by fraud, peculation, or dishonesty. Every information may be obtained from ALEANDBR LEAN, Agent at Christchurch; Or from R. 0. HAMERTON, Public Trustee, Wellington, , ' 12th May, 1882.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 783, 2 November 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 783, 2 November 1882

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