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Compulsory Sale OF Drapery, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, 4c. IS NOW BEING HELD AT W. W. SPENCER'S THE AECADE ASH BURTON. —NOTE A FEW PRICES — 45* Salts for 25s 22s 6d Trousers and Vests for 15s 14» 6d Trousers for 8s lid 6s 6d Boy's Mole Tronsera for 2s lid Men's 35b Orercoats for 22« 6d 9d Dress BtafiEs for 4*d Is do do for 6d 3s 6d Oubraeres for 2s 6d Cslioos, Sheeting, Flannels, Skirting, me, fte. at a QUARTER DISOOUH i\ Ladies' Oorrats and Underclothing at |Landod Cost, tJLSTERB AT HALF PRICE. BOOTS & SHOES AT A DISCOUNT OF 4S IN THE <£. W. W. Spencer THE ARCADE. 3 92 NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory, Hallensteia Bros. & Coy. CLOTHIERS, OUTFITTERS, TAILORS HATTERS, and GENTLEMEN'S MERCERS. AUTUMN and WINTEB SEASON, 1889. Hen's and Boys' CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, and WATERPROOFS direct from the Factory to the people. HIGHESfQUALITY, GREATEST DURABILITY. Baits to Meaiuee £2 16s Trousers to Men are ... 16i 9d £00 Patterns In TWEEDS AND OO4XINGS to seleot from. PERFECT FIT a»d WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. XSTew Sblrte, New Underclothing, Now Ties, New H»ts, (Oar own mike), New Collars, &c. EVERYTHING NEW and of the LATEBT FABHION& POSTER OOLoHIAL INDUSTRY ahd iut raoM rat KEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory. W. U. WEBBER, Msnsger. « NOW READY. Eirkpatrick's SPECIAL QUALITY "X" BKAND. AEW SEASON'S FRESH FRUIT JAMS. • KIBBLPATRIOK'S Speolal Quality *X" Brand of New Seaion'» Jam is made from Nelson Grown Frait only, and tnned within a few hoars after It has been prepeied, the Jam thni BftUlns the fa! Mr »nd color of the Frein Fruit. KIRKPATRIOK'S JAM has Rfttned FIVE Prtea Medals at the following Exblbitions :— London, Melbourne, Ohrliteharoh, Wellington, and Nelson. CAUTION. None Is genuine unless oar name Aamped on the Tin, and has our regls* tere Trade Mark the letter "X" ou absl. KIRKPATRICK & Co, MANUFACTURERS, XflSliBON.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2132, 23 May 1889

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