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Compulsory Sale OF Drapery, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, &c. 18 NOW BEING HELD AT W. W. SPENCER'S THE ARCADE ASHBURTON. —NOTE A FEW PRICEB--46s Suits for 25s 22s 6d Trousers and Vests for 15s 14» 6d Trousers for 8s lid 5s 6d Boy's Mole Trousers for 2s lid ' Hen's 35s Overcoats for 22s 6d 9d Drera Stuffs for 4 Jd U do do for 6d 8s 6d Oaehmerss for 2a fid Calicos, Sheeting, Flannels, Skirting, ft*, At. at a QUARTER DISCOUNT. ladies' Corsets and Underclothing at Landed Cost.' i tJLSTEBS AT HALF PRICE. BOOTS & SHOES AT A DIBOOUNT OF 48 IN THE <£. W. W, Spencer THE ARCADE. 3 92 NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory* Ballensteia Bros. & Coy. CJLOTHIERS, OUTFITTERS, TAILORB HATTERS, and GENTLEMEN'S MERCERS. AUTUMN and "WINTER SEASON, 1889. Man's and Boys' CLOTHING, OVER OOATS, and WATERPROOFS direot from the Factory to the people, HIGHES'fQUALITY, BREATEBT DURABILITY. Suits to Metiure ... ... £2 16s Tromers to Measure ••• 16s 9d 500 Patterns In TWEEDS AND COATING 3 to select from. PERFECT FIT and WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. Sew Shlrta, New Underclothing, New Ties, Hew Hats, (Onr own make), Now Collars, <fco. EVERYTHING NEW and of the LATEST FASHIONS. FOSTER COLONIAL INDUSTRY/ AM) BTJY FEOM THK NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory. W. H. WEBBER, Manager. NOW READY. Kirkpatrick's SPECIAL QUALITY "X" : BRAND. i JJEW SEASON'S FRESH FRUil f JAMS. KIRKPATRIOE'S Special Quality ( X" | Brand of New Season's Jam Is made from Nelson Grown Fruit only, and - lnned wlthfa a few hoars after it bas been a prepared, the Jam thus retains the ful tut *nd color of tUe Fresh Fvait. \ v KIKKPAT-iRIOK'S JAM has Rained FIVE Prlza 3 Medalß at the following Exib « : — Loadoa, Mdlbonrne,Obrlstrjroa,W<3lHngton, »nd Nelson. CAUTION. Nona is genuine unleso our name stamped oa th* T«n, and has onr registered Trade Mark the letter "X" oil 1 abel. . ' S. URKPATiUCK & CO, MANUFAOrURER3, "NELSON.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2121, 29 April 1889

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