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Special Advertisements. fJIRY THE NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory For every article of MEN’S, YOUTHS’ AND BOYS’ CLOTHING, SHIPPING AND TRAVELLING OUTFITS ; Also for CHOICE NEW GOODS In hats, hosiery, shirts, ties, PORTMANTEAUX, RUGS, BLANKETS, &c. HIGHEST AWARD AND SPECIAL HONORARY MENTION At DUNEDIN INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION ; Also, TWO PRIZE MEDALS AND SPECIAL CERTIFICATE Awarded at CHRISTCHURCH EXHIBITION. Seventeen Retail Branches now open in the Colony. A SINGLE ARTICLE AT THE WHOLESALE PRICE. Ashburton Branch: EAST STREET. W. SPARROW, Manager. s!9 JUST RECEIVED —ex “Thorne” (from London)— a splendid selection of FANCY GOODS, comprising—Writing Desks and Cases, Workboxes (rosewood, walnut, and mahogany), Blotting Pads (papier mache), Fancy Inkstands, Photographic and Scrap Albums (at all prices). Purses, Portmonnaes, Ladies’ and Gents’ Spring Card Cases (pearl and Morocco leather), Pencil Cases, Stationery Racks, Ink (large and small jars), School Books, and Stationery of every dose iption. A large stock of Cricketers’ Materials of every kind. Children’s Balls, Dolls, Toys, &c. ANDREWES BROS., Booksellers, Stationers, &c. East street south, Ashburton. jl2g W E ate NOW LANDING, ex Maud Graham, from Kaipara—--10,000 feet xli T. and G. Ci x a o| X i „ 9 in Shelving 12 in ~ 16 in „ ~20 in ~ Also, 20,000 feet undressed KAURI, following sizes:25.000 10.000 3.000 2,500 1.000 1,000 021 9x2 9 x li 12 x 2 12 x li 12x1 12 x 3 14 x 1 TUCKER, 16x1 18 x 1 18xlfc 12x2 15 x i 16 x | 24 x 1 RESTELL & CO. OTICE TO FARMERS THE NEW ZEALAND GRAIN AGENCY AND MERCANTILE COMPANY, LIMITED, Are supplying Woolpacks, Full size and three-quarters, at LOW, RATES.

LIBERAL Cash Advances ON GROWING CROPS, AND ON LARGE or SMAi.L CLIPS of WOOL, At LOW RATES of Interest. They are also Sole Agents for Messrs Samuelson and Sons’ new REAPER & TWINE BINDER. Mr Ernest Samuelson, during his recent visit to New Zealand, was present at most of the reaper and binder trials, and the experience he then gained has enabled his firm to incorporate the latest English and American improvements in the Machines they are sending us for next season. We ha e every confidence in recommending them as the most DURABLE, COMPLETE, & SIMPLE Machines yet manufactured. G. STEAD, Managing Director. P. CUNNINGHAM, Consulting Director, W. HORNE, 12au Agent, Ashburton. Craighead and Co., rpAILORS AND CLOTHIERS. In again returning our sincere thanks to our many friends and patrons for the very liberal support which has been ac- j corded to us since we commenced busi- ! ness in Ashburton, we have much pleasure in announcing that our arrangements for the coming season are now complete. We have just been favored with several consignments of the best materials which can be obtained COLONIAL and EUROPEAN including Fancy CoatI ings, Serges, Bedford Cords, and Tweeds of every description. j Our method of Cutting and Pitting being based on the most advanced ideas known to the Cutting Profession, combined with ideas of our own. which are not generally known, a PERFECT FIT i can always be relied on. Where any abnormal peculiarity exists it can easily be concealed, and when the figure is perfect it will, by our method be shown to the best advantage. Prices moderate, as usual, CRAIGHEAD * CO., TAILORS & CLOTHIERS, Tancived street. 200

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 785, 4 November 1882

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 785, 4 November 1882

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