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Business Notices. SHOW OF New Goods—Value Extraordinary. Ladies’ Boots at 4s 6d ; worth 7b 6d Girls’ Fi'o Kid Boots at 3s lid 1 Lot Lad'cs’ Costumes at 6a 6d and 8a 6d. SPECIAL REDUCTIONS IN ALL CLASSES OF GOODS. Men’s Hats from Is 6d upwards Men’s Shirts from Is 4d. GREAT REDUCTIONS IN CARPETS AND FLOORCLOTHS, DRESSMAKING IS STRICTLY LOOKED AFTER, AND GOOD FIT AND STYLE GUARANTEED. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS, 188 2. THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON ! S. W. Alcorn Having completed extensive alterations to the premises, giving greatly convenience to customers and facility for display of the enormous stock now on handi iespectfally solicits purchasers of Drapery, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, etc., TO CALL AND INSPECT HIS STOCK before purchasing. . DRESS DEPARTMENT. ’ The largest stock of Plain and Fancy Dress Materials ever shown in Ashburton. IMPORTED DIRECT, and wonderfully cheap. Black Lustres and Mourning Goods in endless variety. MILLINERY. Our Millinery, Bonnets, and Trimmed Hats are acknowledged by competent judges (the ladies) to carry off the palm for ta te, elegance, and moderate price. CLOTHING. Just arrived for the holidays, a really superb assortment of Men’s and Boy*’ Tweed Suita—Trousers and Vests, Paget Coats, etc., made to order from Colonialmade Tweeds. Cut and style perfection. HATS. Tweed, Pelt, and Straw Hats—latest shapes. HABERDASHERY. White Shirts, Oxford Shirts, Havard Shirts, Shirts of all kinds ; 7 cases New Shirts direct from the manufacturers just opened. BE'>T VALUE in Ashburton. Hosiery, Gloves, Lace Mitts, Laces, Dress Buttons, and haberdashery goods of all kinds now in stock. UMBRELLAS. Ladies’ Silk, Durable, and Alpaca Umbrellas, from 3s to 17s 6d, just opened ; splendid value. Ladies’ Parasols, Colored Satin, pompadour, etc., —new goods } really nice. SPECIAL NOTICE. I am clearing out my stock of Sewing Machines (Including Singer’s, Wertheim’s, and Wanzer’a) At a DISCOUNT of TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT, foe Cash. Everyone who wants Beat Value for Money will consult their own interests by purchasing their Drapery, Clothing, and Boots at S. W. ALCORN’S. ONE SHILLING OFF EVERY POUND PURCHASED FOR CASH. S. W. Alcorn, IMPORTER, Ashburton. 1

New Turnip Seeds. Orient steamer Austral, a supply of the newest TURNIP SEEDS harvested in England in August last. The sample is one of the best imported. An inspection is invited. Jameson & Roberts, nil Ashbdkton, The GREAT QUESTION— namely, Where can we get genuine Teas, and properly blended so as to secure the greatest amount of strength and flavor having been solved by Nelson, Moateand Co., it remains only for me, as agent, to assure that part of the public who may not have tried them that they are really what it is said they are. #1 have many customers who buy these Teas in packets and boxes regularly, and all seem, and many say they are, well pleased both as regards quality and price. My friends of the ungentler sex will excuse me if I direct the attention of the ladies to these superior Teas, because their palates, not being vititiat d by tobacco, are able to appreciate the fine aroma. For Christmas supplies see another advertisement. While wishing all my kind friends the compliments of the season, I would add that I feel grateful for the liberal support 1 have received since starting business, and in future I shall do my best to deserve the confidence of those who favor me with their orders. H. M. CARSON, Fruit and Italian Warehouse, next Bank of New Zealand, East street. sll Fruit for preserving.—a. w. RANDELL begs to announce that he has a very large stock of RHDBAEB, which he can sell at the exceedingly low price, of One Penny Per lb The fruit is now remarkably fit for preserving purposes, and intending purchasers are invited to inspect before purchasing elsewhere. A. W. R. guarantees that better Rhubarb, for quality, is not obtainable in Ashburton. Purchasers calling at the gardens can obtain fruit and vegetables at wholesale prices. A few tons of the best Kidney Potatoes to be sold at the gardens wholesale, and at the shop retail. Summer drinks of all kinds. Also, a large stock of Confectionery, Lollies, Etc. A. W. Randell, Right-hand Shop, Town Hall, Ashburton.

Q.UM SEED. GUM SEED. WATTLE SEED. WATTLE SEED. Sealy Bros., SEEDSMEN AND NURSERYMEN, Ashburton, Have this day received xa. a. Rotomahana from Hobart, a latge condgnment of new GUM and WATTLE SEEDS, including Blue Gum, Peppermint Gum, Stringy-bark Gum, Red Gum, Swamp Gum, Weeping Gum, Silver Gum; Black Wattle, Silver Wattle, etc., which they will sell at reduced prices to clear the lot. SEALY BROS., Ashburton. Oct. 1881. oil W. H. GUNDRY, Estate & station agiu?t, LICENSED LAND BROKER AND GENERAL MERCHANT EAST STREET, ASHBURTON HAS ON SALE— Fencing Wire, Nos. 8 and 9, Posts and Rails, Stakes Turnip, Clover, and Gorse Seeds Station and Farm Stores Boiled and Raw Oil Raddle Lampblack, &c., Ac. COAL AND FIREWOOD. Aoknt for AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. STANDARD FIRE & MARINE IN’ SURANCE COMPANY. STANDARD PROPERTY INVESTMENT SOCIETY. pi O R SALE Quarter-acre Section, No. 91, Bullo Block, East Town Belt. Cheap. Tens easy W. H. GUNDRY ; On approved Freehold security is various sums, at lowest curres* fates Apply to W. H. Gundry, \ LICENSED LAND BRO (under the Land Transfer Act,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 830, 30 December 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 830, 30 December 1882

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