SALVATION ARMY, ASHBURTON. FIFTH ANNIYEESATIY AND HARVEST THANKSGIVING ( WIIXBB HELD IN TH* BARRACKS, Havelook Street, ON SATURDAY, SUNDAY and MOSDAY, April 20, 21 and 22. BIRTHDAY TEA, on MOND IY nighty at 6 o'clock. - Tickets, Is 6d. Colonel and Mbs Taylor m oommand 4*137 J. THOMPSON, Captain Compulsory Sale OF Drapery, Clothing, :^ Boots, Sloes, &c. '' " IS NOW BEING HELD AT W, ¥. SPENCER'S THE AECADE ASHBURTON. —NOTE A FEW PRICES — 45s Suits for 25s 22s 6d Trousers and Vests for 15s 14s 6d Trousers for 8s lid 5s 6d Boy's Mole Trousers for 2s lid Men's 35b Overcoats for 22« 6d 9d Dress Stuffs for 4£d Is do do for 6d 3s 6d Cashmeres for 2s 6d Calicos, Sheeting, Flannels, Skirting, &C, fto. at a QUARTER DISCOUNT. Ladies' Corsets and Underolothing at Landed Cost. tJLSTBBS AT HALF PRICE. BOOTS & SHOES AT A DISOOUHT OF i 4S IN THE £ W. W. Spencer THE ARCADE. 3 92 NEW ZEALAND j Clothing Factory. Hallensteid Bros. & Coy. CLOTHIERS, OUTFITTERS, TAILORS HATTERS, and GENTLEMEN'S i MEROERS. AUTUMN and WINTER SEASON, 1889. Men's »nd Bbys'"oLOTHING, OVERCOATS, and WATERPROOFS dlreot from the F*ctory to the people. HIGHESTaUALITY, GREATEST DURABILITY. Said to Measure £2 16s <r Troniers to Meainre ... 16s 9d 500. Patterns In TWBEDS AND COATINGS to seleot from. .j..- . PERFECT FIT Axm WORKMANSHIP GUABANTEED. New Sblrt*, New Underolothing, New Ties, New Hats, (On* own make), New Collars, &o. BVEBYTHING NEW and of the LATEST FASHIONS. FOSTER COLONIAL INDUSTRY c .j AMD BOY FROM THfi NEW ZEALAND f Cothing Factory, W. H. WEBBER, • - Manager, r, ■ [ Be RUSSELL'S BANKRUPT STOCK, roCTRTHER oonoesslons having toen JJ made by tbe Official Assignee since accepting our tender of Hs4aiNTHE£, We are now enabled to sell the goods at the price at whloh we originally bought, £ALE 00MMENDES FRIDAY 'Wewlih It distlnotly andetatood that Mr flirsspiit. baa No Connection whatever with This Sa'e, nor will he be on the premises. I.Z. WEED CO.
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