Special Advertisements. rjIRY 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 WHOLES ALE PRICE. Ashburton Branch: EAST STREET. W. SPARROW, Manager. s!9 HOME, SWEET HOME!—Christmas and New Years’ CARDS for posting to friends in Europe. The newest designs in great variety. Andrewes Bros., Booksellers, Stationers, etc., East street south, Ashburton. gPECIAL NOTICE TO THE INHABITANTS OF ASHBURTON AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. Gr. K. West and Co., MUSIC AND PIANOFORTE WAREHOUSEMEN, Princes street, Dunedin, Have great pleasure in announcing that they have appointed MrG. F. HENRY, of Saunders’ Buildings, East Street, Asburton, as their Sole Agent and Representative in this district, and that it is their intention to cater for the Music-loving population of Ashburton in such a manaer as has never before been attempted. Messrs G R. West & Co. are the Largest Direct Importers of PIANOS, ORGANS, HARMONIUMS, BRASS, WIND, AND STRINGED INSTRUMENTS In the Colony, and a large and varied stock of the above will always be found at their Agent’s Depot. Mr G. R. West, being at present in England, is shipping direct to Dunedin all the latest novelties in MUSIC ! MUSIC ! ! MUSIC 1! ! And G. F. Henry respectfully solicits a call from his friends, teachers, and the public in general to inspect his magnificent stock of Music, personally selected by himself in Dunedin. In connection with the above, we have retained the services of Miss Gates (organist of St. Stephen’s Church) who will be in attendance daily from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m., to receive Pupils for the Piano, Organ, and Harmonium. Terms on application. SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, East Street, Ashburton. 208 JUST RECEIVED —ex “ Thorne ’* (from London)- a splendid selection of FANCY 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 deac iption. A large stock of Cricketo 1 s’Materials of every kind. Children’s Balls, Dolls, Toys, &o. ANDREWES BROS., Booksellers, Stationers, &c., East street south, Ashburton. n!5 AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. ENTRIES for the SHOW must be made with the Secretary on or beforre THURSDAY, 16th November. GEORGE JAMESON, n 4 Secretary.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS,
Advertisements for Tub Ashburton Guardian must be sent in not Liter than 3 p. m., with the number of insertions written plainly on the copy, otherwise they will be inserted until countermanded, and charged accordingly. Replace Advertisements must be supplied the day previous to that on which they are to be inserted. Special notices can be received up to 3.30 p.m., but will be charged double rates. All notices of Births, Marriages, or Deaths must be accompanied by the signature of the sender, as a guarantee of good faith. All advertisements and business letters to be addressed Tun Manager ; literary communications should be addressed to The Editor.
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