_ ] Compulsory Sale v B.?ap..i, u-.li t Boots, Shoes, k KOW BEINB HELD AT , W. W- SPENCER'S ' ""^^ THE ARCADE j r ASHBURTON, 1 &■■■■■■■ — NOTE A FEW PRICEB— I 45s Suits for 25s ) , r ' 22b 6d Trouaers and Vests for 16s 14b 6d Trousera for 8s lid 5 5b 6d Boy's Mole Trouaers for 2s lid „-„t Men's 55b Overcoats for 22s 6d j 9d Dress Staffa for 4^d »,-;, la do do for 6d ] ■/-.■ 3s 6d Oa^hmerea for 2a 6d s- '? Ctiicos, Bbeeting, Flannels, Skirting, Ao. at a QUARTER DISCOUNT. Ladles' Cors*U and Underolothing at Cost, ULBTKRS AT HALF PRICE. BOOTS & SHOES AT A DISCOUNT OF 4S IN THE <£. W, W. Spencer THE ARCADE. 8 92 NEW ZEALAND _ Clothing Factory. .Jl -■■ ■• ' ■ ' * BJUdit Bros. & Coy. 6_X3rTHIBRS, OUTFITTERS, TAILORB HATTERB, aod GENTLEMEN'S MERCERS. 1 v ' i itrroww and winter T— siIASON, 1889. Mw's and "Boys' OLOTHING, OVER- :: OOATB,. and. WATERPROOFB dlreot , tiom tbe Fnotory to the people. ; HICrHEsf~QUAi.ITY, BREATEST DURABILITY. oulta to Measure £2 16s Trousers to Measure ... 16s 9d 600 Patterns In TWEEDS AND OOITTNGS to seleot from. _»EBFEOT FIT akd WORKMANBHIP GUARANTEED. say Sblrts, New Underolothing, New Ties, New Hats, (Onr own make), New Collars, &o. EVERYTHING NEW ar<» of the LATEST FAStHONB. FO6TER COLONIAL INDUSTRY AHD BUY FROM THE NEW ZEALAND Clothing Factory, W. H. WEBBER, Manager. NOW REiDr. Kirkpatrick's SPECIAL QUALITY "X" BRAND. UfEW SEASON'S FRESH FRUIT JAMS. KIRKPATRIOK'S Speolal Quality f K" . Brand of New Season's Jam Is made (rom Notion Grown Fruit only, and Innad whblD ■ few hoars after It bas been prepared, tb* Jam thai retains tbe ful •tt and color c-l tbe Fresh Fralt. KIUKPAi'UioJL'S JAM has gained FIVE Ptiaa Medals at the following Exhibitions :— London, Melbourne, Ohrißtcaaroa, Wellington, and Nelson, CAUTION. Jfrvn>> '>i ;nl".^ nor v nnn i»mn»-c >n t ; ; Tn, md haa >>_r ru^laTi VUrk :': i) It-tier ' H " >-n ELtSON.
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