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Business Notices* ALA.RMING SjAORIFIOR HAYES & CO., Late Keady-Mouey Eichards, Are determined to clear the .» WHOLE OF THEIR STOCK OF DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS &c., &c, i Before moving into their NEW PREMISES. Good Grey Twill Sheeting, B£d . * Splendid Calicoes, 3d A Fine Lot of Cambric Prints, 3Jd Job Lot of Shirtings, 4|d 500 more Zulu Hats, 4id A Splendid Line of Good Tweedj Trousers, 9s 6d First-class Lot of Men’s Moles are clearing, 6s 9d 200 Good Tweed Suits, from 24s 6d Lot of Men’s Strong Shirts, la 3d THE BOOT DEPARTMENT is IMMENSE. 400 Children’s Balmorals, 10id ' 250 Girls’ Kid Elastic Sides, 3s 175 Ladies’ Lastings, 5s 9d 72 Ladies’ House Boots, 3s Hd. _ ' 60 Ladies’ Superior Kid Boots, slightly damaged, 6s, 130 Men’s Patent Slippers, 3s THESE GOODS ARE WORTH 25 PER CENT. MORE. OUR COLONIAL BOOTS ; AUK ' SPLENDID VALUE.! OBLIGE BY ROLLING UP and SEGUE, ING the BARGAINS. ! n 4 Geo. e goldsmith Begs to inform the inhabitants of Lauriston and the surrounding districts that he has OPENED an establishment in Lauriston, where he intends 'to carry on the same business as he has been heretofore at Sherwood, viz., Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights’ work of all descriptions. GEO. E. GOLDSMITH, General Blacksmith, Lauriston and Sherwood, au 26

P. S. Shearer, OF THE May bank works, tinwald, begs to thank the public for their past support, and takes this opportunity to intimate that he is ain position.: to Manufacture and Repairmen the shortest notice all kinds of Machinery, such as— Flour Mills, Saw Mills, Wheels (cogged and water wheels), Combines, Engines, Hand and Foot Treshing Machines ; also, all kinds of Spring Carta, Drays, Traps &C. . ; Shearer & Lewis, GENERAL BLACKSMITHS, AND Veterinary Shoeing Forge, Having secured the services of a first-class Shoeing Smith, defy competition. All orders entrusted to their care will receive prompt attention at reasonable charges. Agents for McCormick’s Reapers and Binders. Note the Address— Great South road, Tinwald. 590 d General store Mount Somers. W. H. PUDDICOMBE and CO., having resolved to CONTINUE BUSINESS in the above Store, take this opportunity of thanking their numerous friends and customers for the liberal support accorded to them since commencing business as general storekeepers in Mount Somers, and also to assure them that they have just BOUGHT a SPLENDID STOCK in all the LEADING LIKES, which will be sold at LOWEST SALE PRICES. Having a Large and Varied Stock, your continued support is respectfully solicited. W. H. PUDDICOMBE & CO., MOUNT SOMERS. jl 10 ORR & Co., Ironmongers, beg to inform the Ashburton public that they have been appointed AGENTS for the undermentioned Machines, and trust that all who are thinking of buying a Sewing or Kilting Machine will call and see these before deciding on any other make. THE LICET-RUNNING TANDARS

SEWING MACHINE IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD. » & JlO'W MIND YOU DON’T FORGET The HOME COMPANION (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 Dressmakers and others, and we antici' 1 pate a large and ready sale for this. It can be worked by hand, treadle, or steam power, and will Make Any Kind oi Kilt Desired. Can be altered to dif ferent styles and widths immediately n a most simple manner

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 791, 13 November 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 791, 13 November 1882

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