QROWN IRON WORKS, ARMAGH STREET, Christchurch. Portable Ranges Burn Wood and Goal—in Four Sizes, PAINTED CORRUGATED IRON IN ’•'our. Five, Six and Seven Feet Lengths. 40 per cent. Cheaper than Galvanised Iron. 10 1988 HQRIESSELIOH AND CO. • WEAVERS’ HALL, WOOL EXCHANGE, LONDON, SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Established 1856. Ship to order any description of British and Continental Goods upon 2£ per cent, commission, selected by buyers with Colonial experience, and attend to the prompt realisation of Produce at highest prices upon 1 per cent, commission. Orders to be accompanied by Letters of Credit or part remittance in Rank Drafts or Produce. Open Policies of Insurance for floating cargoes to cover sea risks. References —Chief Office of the I ondon and Westminster Bank, or Agra Bank, London, and most of the Colonial Banks. Current Price L : sts, Produce Reports, and any necessary samples or information on application. 1 36
BALLAST YNE’S Great Sale. FIRST-CLASS DRAPERY & CLOTHING BEING SACRIFICED AT MARVELLOUS PRICES. TH E Premises are shortly to be taken down and re* built. The Goods must therefore be cleared out, so that all who ire likely to want Drapery should take the advantage of making an early call at DUNSTABLE HOUSE. NO DISCOUNTS.
G Lt. Beath & Co.’s ANNUAL SALE NOW ON. The Cheapest of G oda EVER OFFERED in Canterbury. 21 DAYS ONLY. DAYS ONLY, Previous to opening up. NEW AUTUMN GOODS AUTUMN NEW AUTUMN GOODS. VISIT BEATH & CO’S -®as THIS WEEK. See Christchurch Papers for Pricer. G Li. Beath & Co., ARGYLE HOUSE CASHEL STREET, CHRISTCHURCH 6 100
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1518, 20 April 1885
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