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J. MEECH & CO, HAVING Removed to COLEMAN'S BUILDINGS, Tancred Street, beg to thank their custorjaerß for their liberal support; and hope I by; strict attention to buainesa to Btillmerlt a share of their . patronage. * ,' Furniture hought, Bold, or exohanged, _' NEW AUTUMN AND WINTER FASHIONS • HAY— . now opened up a Choice Assortment of NEW ftOODS ... For the Beason. New Jackets, New Short Dolmans, Ndw 'TJJstera, Ladies', Maids; and l Ohildren , a Newest Style* m.tXadies' ; and,' iObildren's Hate, New Frenieb. b'reas §tu__ New Dreaa Tweeds, New -'■ gullies, Feathers ; and ' Flowers, Blankets, .^^X^kane)a^ Sheetings, 4c. ' BEST YALUB PROOUBABLB AT ,% WiAJJMRB & CO. EAST STREET. 4*B* T f\ UA N E AND /NO *' CASH r 3TjyEItS OF >WHHAT, BARLEY, OATS, RYEGRASS Jfeo., &a Rye Com For Sale. , AOBHTSFOB-- , Brantford Light Steel E'mder ' Liverpool and London and Globe .'insurance Company N.Z. Accident Insurance Company: , ■ --, • '- / 3 JIIRNITUBE " \FUBNITUBEII UPHOLBTEBYI :'"* UPHOLSTERY 1 BEDDING BEDDING 1 ! j .OILETWABEI TOILETWARE _sefcford & UndriJl --TTAYE in, Stock ; and for Sale at very ~jtjL ; reasonable rates, every description r bfß^ousehold furnishings. r .A.^arge and Varied Stock io seleot from. . :<y Note the Addbbss — A#wton Fnmitoe Warehouse TAN CEED STipET, (Opposi Arcade.) f;^He:. i & E. CbAIGHEAD," TAILORS, , Have tduch pleasure in announcing to - Iheir Cußtomerß, and the Public generally, 'that they have now in Stock, a choice of TWEEDS, < COATINGS, f consisting of Scotch, West ofEngtand* and the best Colonial Manufactures. >; it TnT'. • ■ - ■■■- • /"FIT and Workmanship all that oan be .desired. A few lines of Gentlemen's Mercery and -TTrid'erclotbing at cost price; *» TiLNCEED STEEET, j. Thet 'Ghsuidest Wearing Boots in the Colony. . fpHESE BOOTS are now being sent for t X; -from Victoria, Queensland, and New , ijSouth Wales, by customera who have had , „themjpreyioußly in NewZealand. ' .',. Sometime ago, a family , who were re* ?.,tSrr]lng' to Yorkshire were fitted outwith r *' _eatandia" Boots, by a large Storekeeper -afid 2 they wrote to say that their 4< Zea. ■lindia'' Foots caused a deal of discussion :._.-i_ithei Old Country," and they stoutly jma^ntfiined that no finer wearing boots „.',' njn^Vbef—tade in England., Since w ting, _' have . returned, to New "TZeafanaj^auirhave^ .lnfpigged.us .that their '^oy^wbTei'pair of the "DEPENDABLE" "jgoiroGL^ BOOTS while, goipg Home j all c4 tfitVtfme at Home ; while returning ; aDd i.bee since: worn them at school for two xtn^thi, , and the, Boots are perfect yet EterjV.pther pafr gave equal, satisfaction '-There is no greater economy than; in buying " Zealandia " ' and remember that none tlixe xmless branded on the sole The ealandia Boot Store runs tbis Brand, and every pair ia guaranteed : .Haa also the largest assortment of Eng- ,. v lish. Boots at all prices. '. / L „We aell at the lowett Dunedin ana Ohnßtcburch prices, and we are never beaten* " r 'All Goods marked in plain figures. ! ZEALANDIA ] 800! 1 STORE

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2120, 27 April 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2120, 27 April 1889

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