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Compulsory Sale OF S r ap' 5 7 Clothing, loots, Shoes, f .c. IS NOW BEING HELD AT W. W. SPENCER'S THE AECADE ASH BU RTON. —NOTE A FEW PRICES - 40s Saita for 25s £2b 6d lYongera and Vests for 15s 14a 6d Trousers for 8s lid 5s 6d Boy's Mole Trousers for 2s lid Men's 35s Overcoats for 22s 6d 9d Dress Stuffs for 4}d Is do do for 6d 8s 6d Oashmeres for 2s 6d Calicos, Sheating, Flannels, Skirting, do,, Ac. at a QUARTER DISCOUNT. LedW Corsets and Underolothing at Landed Cost. ULBTEBB AT HALF PRICK. BOOTS & SHOES AT A DIBOOTJNT OF 48 IN THE £• W. W. Spencer THE ARCADE. 3 92 NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory. Hallensteia Bros. & Coy. CLOTHIERS, OUTFITTERS, TAILORS HATTERS, and GENTLEMEN'S MERGERS. AUTUMN and WINTEE SEASON, 1889. Man's and Boys' CLOTHING, OVER OOATB, and WATERPROOFS dlreot from the Faotory to the people. highbstTotality, &BEATEBT DURABILITY. Suits to Measure £2 16b Trousers to Measure ... 16s 9d 600 Patterns In TWEEDS AND OOA.TINGB *« »»!••» f»nm. PERFECT FIT and WORKMANSHIP GUABANTBED. New Shirts, New Underolothing, New Ties, New Hats, (Oar own make), New Collars, &o. EVERYTHING NEW and of the LATEST FASHIONS. FOSTER COLONIAL INDUSTRY AMD BUT TaOM THt KEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory. W. H. WEBBER, Manager* NOW READY. Kirkpatrick's SPECUL QUALITY "X" BEAND. HEW SEASON'S FRESH FRUIT j JAMS. KIBKPATRIOK'S Spcolal Quality ( X" Brand of New Season's Jim Is made from Ne'son Grown Fruit only, and tnned wlibtu a few hours after It bas been prepared, the Jam thus retains the lul M? »nd color of the Fresb Fralt. KIKKPATRIOK'S JAM has gained FIVE Prlea Medal* at the following Exhibitions '.—London, Melbourne, Ohrlstckareh, Wellington, and Nehon. CAUTIONi Nona Is genoice nnless onr name ■tamped on tbo Tin, »nd has our reglstsrc Trade Mark the letter "X" ou abel. S. KJRKPATRICK & Co, MAN' FAOirUER-t, (V E -ON

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2137, 17 May 1889

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