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! ■ "• ■ ■ ■ . ■ ' The Glasgow Drapery and Clothing Company's SALE OF ASSIGNED STOCK STILL CONTINUES. FOR the next TEN DAYS we have decided to offer the BaLANOE of our STOOK of OLOTHISG, DUESB GOODS, OALIOOB, BBEKTINGB, TOWELS, BLANKETS, QDIL.TS, &0., at LEBS THAN: ENGLISH COST. Intending Purchasers are invited to exomine the Stock vrithoat' being pressed to buy. The Shop is m EAST STREET, ntxt Patching's, the Sailmajcer. , Glasgow Drapery and Clothing Company. J. G. MACKINTOSH, (Late of Mesbbs A.&ndT. In glib), Manager,

W. GREGG AND COMPANY, PUKE BLENDED TEA.S, NEW SEASON, 1888-9, ff |lb akd Ilb PACKETS, 2ib FAKOY CANISTERS and sib and IOibJTINS, TRY THESE BLENDS. TRY THESE BLENDS. (CROWN ) [ EAGLE J [[ E ™mri ON )} C U SONB TRIAL WILL ESTABLISH THEIRIOONSTANT USB.IgugHS tTo be obtained from JOHN QBE AND CO., BEAST STREET, ASHBURTON. 0 IC2

The Massey Toronto Light Binder]* THE ENVY OF ALL MANUFACTURERS. THE VICTOR I^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 THIB SMALL BDT GREAT THIS LIGHT BUT DURABLE IM A CHI N E EVERI3[FABMER SHOULD GO AND SEE THIS MABSET SOLID T"BUB pXOBLLBNT pOONOMIOAL 1 JGHT ÜBB 1 BtrpTWOBTHTj H WVIBD I- FFIOIBNT I IKED IMPLE ESTED LnDUKING; LISDLEBS LaUDBD FBIEDLANDER BROS. SOLE AGENTS FOR N.Z

THE HOENSBY EEAPEB * STILL VICTORIOUS AT the AGRICULTURAL SHOWS hold m Australia dnr inp irpit 8( ptember latt the following prizes were awarded to the HORNSBY LIGH-TDB AXj GHT STEEXj SHEAF-BIMDING HAEVESTEB When m competition with <he WOOD, MASBEY, f-DEERING, MoCORMIUK, OSBOBNB, HOWABD, and BUOKBYB MACHINES. AT OOROWA HOBNSBY FIRST PRIZE MURTON HORNRBY FIRST PRIZE BOOHESTER HORNSWY FIRST PRIZE BTAWELL HORNSBY I<IRBT PRIZE WIDDERBURN HORNSBy FIRST PRJZE BNOWTOWN No Prize Offered Eornsby recommended Farmers ore invited to call and inspect tho MARCH OF THE HARVEST FIELD AT MR GEO. JAMESON'S STOEEB ASHBURTON AND RAKAIA. , ... :, .■.■.■■;..•.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 26 November 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 26 November 1888

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