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W. GREGG AND COMPANY, PUKE BLENDED TE4S, NEW SEASON, 1888-9, N iLB and lib PACKETS, 2m FANCY CANISTERS and 6lb and lOlb TINS, TRY THESE BLENDS. TRY THESE BLENDS. ((CROWN | | EAGLE | ((^miji (f'C L U B ]] , \P er lb - JJ VP er lb - JJ V per Jb - JJ \\ per lb. JJ ONE TRIAL WILL ESTABLISH THEIR CONSTANT USE. I To be obtained from JOHN ORR AND CO., EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. 9 102 THE HORJSTSBY BEAPER STILL VICTORIOUS. AT *J O /°BIOULTyRAL SHOWS held m Australia during August and September last the following Prizes were awarded to the HQRNSBY LIGHT-DRAUGHT STEEL SHEAF-BINDING HARVESTER When m competition with the WOOD, MABSEY, DEERING, MoOORMIOK OSBORNE, HOWARD, and BUCKEYE MACHINES. ' AT S°r5SS HORNBBY FIRST PRIZE MURTON HORNSIiY . FIRST PRIZE S?A°S5 S r T T ER HOBNSBT PIKST PftlzS BTAWELL HORNSBY. FiltST PRIZE WIDDEBBURN HORNSBY FIR&T PRIZE SNOWTOWN' No Prize offered. Hornsby recommended Farmere are invited to call and inspect the MONARCH OF THE HARVEST FIELD. AT MR GEO, JAMESON'S STORES, ASHBURTON AND RAKAIA. --—^— . j ■ DRAPERY! DRAPERY!! Clothing- 5 ! Clothing-!! GREAT SALE OFJSSIGNED STOCK. THE GLASGOW DRAPERY AND CLOTHING COMPANY having purahaßed for Oaah the Aaalgned Stock of an Otago ' Storekeeper, amounting to £1633 16*j Id at a Discount of 7s 6d In the £, beg to announce that they will offer the entire lot for sule In the Premises In Bust Street, Aahburton, lately occupied by Mr ' Sohoeneberg, on and after FRIDAY, the 6xh October. TREMENDOUS BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. ! Country Storekeepers, Hawkera, Hotalkeepera, and the Gener»l ' Public will find this a opportunity not likely to occur again of purchasing goods at about Half their Uaoal Value. GOODS HALF USUAL PRICE. The Stook will be marked m plain figures, and noDlaoount of any kind allowed. Customers are Invited to Inspect without being pressed to buy. Country orders accompanied by remittance will receive apeolal attention. In aome lines the quantltlea are limited. Intending purchasers will therefore please call early. tS" NOTE.—" The effect of the new tariff on the Drapery Trade has been more disastrous than on any other branch of business. It has almost etifled the Import Trade. . . The Mosgiel Factory has taken advantage of the new Tariff to raise its prices. A suit of clothes costing a few months ago 40a will now require 45s to secure them . The New Zealand Drapers cannot give the same value for money as' hitherto* An ordinary pair of Blankets has advanoed fully 5b per pair " See Dunedin "Evening Star," September 25th, 1888. <i The Glasgow Drapery and Clothing Company, EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. /r l „ , A J. G. MACKINTOSH, (Late of Messes A. and T. Inolm, Dunedin,) ' 10J23 Manager. The Massey Toronto Light Binder. THE ENVY OF ALL MANUFACTURERS. THE VICTOR IN~EVERY CONTEST. THE MOST SUBSTANTIAL FRIEND OF THE FARMERS. THIS WONDERFUL REAPER AND BINDER IS NOW ON VIEW AT OUR STORES, WEST STREET ! — ' j WE INVITE INSPECTION OF THIS LITTLE BUT STRONG THIS SMALL BUT GREAT THIS LIGHT BUD DURABLE M A. O H I IST E EVERY FARMER SHOULD GO AND SEE THISMASSEY SOLID -I-RGE pXOELLENT |-CONOMICAIi ti TftttfrURE I HUfTWORTHY I- NVIED f- FFIOIENT I ™%n IMPLE I EBIED LMDUKJNG: L.&DLESS LaUDED IBINDEB FRIEDLAN'DER BROS, > <SOLB>A<3ENTSFOJRN.Z

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1983, 30 October 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1983, 30 October 1888