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Public Notioes. Wm. Zander, TOBACCONISr, FISHING TAOKLB AND FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM, AND HATR DRESSING SALOONS EAST STREET, HAS much pleasure In announcing that he has to arrive px "Aorangl, ' a Grand Assortment of Fanoy Goods of every description, and as he must make room for these he has RE-Vf ARKttD all the Stock, and every Item Is now obtainable at a very considerable Dlsoount. Special Arrangements made to Clubi. Large Stock of Fishing Tackle, inoludlng everything requisite for the Sport. Cricketing, Lawn Tennis, and Football Mftterjals. Meereobaam Pipes and Tobaoconlats Goods In Variety. The Hair Dress'nj; D pur' ainnt is now . '- |n~eharge-of * first-cl»«B Tonsnri-il Artist, , and to meet the tim a. the* charge for Lair Catting is reduced to a nimble Sixpence. Ladles Hair worked up on the Premises at shortest notice. Wigs on hire. I Note tho \ddrrss-~ MONTGOMERY'S BUILDINGS. East Street, AshbartoD. Drapery I Clothing At Prices to suit the Times, THE HOTJSBKEEPEE'S GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY! Wash Dress Goods ! Lace Curtains ! Family Drapery! Hosiery ! We have alwayß based our expectations of success on the solid foundation of celling the best article for the LOWEST poesible PRIOE, and we guarantee these PUIOES to be the very LOWEST m the Market. Our offers for this week are the best we have made, and inolude many SPECIAL BARGAINS : Amongst others, 18 dozen Gents' Scarves at about half-price, and ]5 dozen "bent's Sox, at 9d, usually Is6d, Boys' Suits 7s 6d, usually 12s Balance of Winter 3TOGK now being - o-e»red out at a Discount ot 8a In the £. Cheapoit House m Ashburton. Call and prioe our Goods* W.E COLLIER, Late DIMANT AND CO., THE CORNER McGALLUI & Co., Branch ; East Street, ne Bank of New Zealand,) IRONMONGERS, TIMBER AN COAL MERCHANTS, AND MANUFACTURERS, PAINTERS, OLAZIEBS, PAPERHA.NGERS DECORATORS, Etc. ptONMONGERY DEPt. Ye have landing and to arrive, Stock* ok Furnishing and General Ironmongery, trailstlng of the following lices : — FENDERS, FIBEiaONS COAL VASES AMERICAN 6TOVE3 BAKGBS, HOLLO WAttfl TILE and other REGISTERS CUTLERY, E.P. WABE OHO ENS, TOOLS FENCING AND BARBED WIRE, etc,, etc. TIMBEB DEPARTMENT. We have on band exceptionally good Stocks of KAURT, AMERICAN SHELVING, HOBABT PALINGS, SPLIT POSTS and BAILb, and every d actiption of BOUGH and DBBBBED TIMBER, Which we can b apply direct either f'Omont YABDS IN TOVVN or onr BOTHLAND MILLS at prices which cannot ba improved upon elsewhere; COAL DEPAETMENT. Newcastle Coal Westport Coal Bruxmer Coal AND FIREWOOD. OUR FACTORY Includes the following Machinery : — Complete Set Door and Sash, Staddard makiDg, Fpouting, Btdging, and Turning Machinery. PAINTING, PAPERHANGING, GLAZING, AND DECORATING DEPARTMENT. We can confidently solicit the support of oar Customers and the public generally In this Department. It being In oharge of experienced men, we guarantee the clou of work. ESTIMATES GIVEN. We have just received from London 10,000 pieces of the latest and mos fashionable designs m Paperhanglngs from 6d to 10s per piece. FAINTS, OIL, VARNIBHEB PAPERHANGINGS GLASS— PIain, Figured, Enamelled— OUT TO ANY SIZE, And General Stock of Materials need m tho Trade. In thanking out Customers and tb nblio generally for their liberal suppc, m the past, we beg to announce that have reorganised oar branoh under new management, and In adding the Furnishing and General Ironmongery Department we have every confidence that we shal receive the support It will olalm by its variety and prices; McCallum & Co.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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