New Advertisements. EW GOODS! NEW GOODS I Eriedlander Bros. Wish to draw the attention of the public to their CASH PRICES for NEW FRUIT AND GENERAL New Currants, 6d per lb | New Eleme Raisins, 7d per lb New Sultanas, 8d per lb Mixed Peel, Is 6d per lb Good Family Teas, 2s and 2i 6d per lb Best Black or Mixed Tea, 2s 9d per lb White Sugar, 4id per lb Best White Crystals, 5d per lb—o|d reduction by the mat ' Coffees of the best brands—loose, or in 1,2, 4,7, and 141 b tins—ls 6d, la Bd, and Is 101 Fresh Print Butter, Gd per lb All other Groceries equally good - value. We are just opening (in addition to our Drapery, ex Qorsa and Soukar, imported direct from the manufacturers, which will le sold REMARKABLY CHEAP, to make room fpr coming shipments. Our CLOTHING and OUTFITTING DEPARTMENT is now replete with most fash'onable and serviceable goods, and we have an excellent stock of superior English and Colonial BJOTS and SHOES. Our DRESSMAKING and MANTLE DEPARTMENT is under the manage* ment of a first-class hand (late of Robertson and Moffat, Melbourne), a PERFECT FIT is therfore guaranteed at MODERATE PRICES. Having secured the services of a FIRST-CLASS MILLINER, of Paris, and Melbourne experience, the ladies of Ashburton and the surrounding districts can depend upon having the most stylish and cheapest Millinery that can be had. IRONMONGERY. ; We beg to call special attention to the above, and have determined to REDUCE the PRICES to the lowest remunerative rates. To parties furnishing we can offer'ad-* vantages seldom met with, having just received a large and well-aolected stock of household requisites, and wish to especially recommend for Christmas and New Year presents our extensive stock of electroplated, nickel silver, and Britannia metal articles. GROCERIES. DRAPERY. well-selected stock) 18 cases of General
To builders and contractors -we offer special inducements. The CROCKERY and GLASSWARE DEPARTMENT has a very large and varied stock, and at prices not to be equalled. CORNSACKS. We have to arrive our season’s ship* ment of CALCUTTA CORNSACKS, Full-sized, extra strong, four bushel, manufactured expressly to our order, for English wheat shipments. These Cornsacks, having been purchased by our Mr Hugo Fbikdlander direct from the manufacturers in Calcutta, we can supply farmers and others on most reasonable terms. Early application wanted. We have just landed, ex Marlborough, 25 bales 5 PLY SEAMING TWINE, 50 cases CASTOR OIL, also 65 tons of ' Best Soft Steel BINDING WIRE, and it will be of advantage to farm.rs to give early orders, as the quality , cannot be equalled. We have also on hand MANILLA ahd| HEMP TWINE, and, owing the scarcity of same, wish farmers to give us their \ orders at once. ' >' I ? EXTRAS for all REAPERS and s BINDERS kept in stock. ... We are prepared to make CASH ADVANCES on WOOL and GROWING]' CROPS at Lowest Current Rales. FRIEDLANDER BROS,, AGENT COLONIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. l*d
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 821, 18 December 1882
Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 821, 18 December 1882
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