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i Compulsory Sale OF Drapery, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, ic. NOW BEIN6r HELD AT W. W. SPENCER'S THE ARCADE „.ASHBU»TON. i — NOTE A FK\v PRICKS — I 465 -Suits for 26s 22s 6d Trousers and Vests fcr 15s He 6d Trousers for 8s lid 6b 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 3s 6d Oadhmerea for 2s 6d Caliooß, Sheeting, Flannels, Skirting, &o. at a QUARTER DISCOUNT. Ladies' Corsets and Underolothing at ILanded Cost. i/LSTERS AT HALF PRIOE. BOOTS & SHOES AT A DISCOUNT OF 48 IN THE .£. OT. We Spencer THE ARCADE. 3 92 NEWZEALAND Olotliing Factory. Hallensteia Bros. & Goy. CLOTHIERS. OUTFITTERS, TAILORS HATTERS, sad GENTLEMEN'S MERCERS. AUTUMN and WINTER SEASON, 1889. Men'i and Boys' CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, and WATERPROOFS direct from the Factory to the people. HIGHESTQUALITY, BRBATEST DURABILITY. Quits to Measure ... ... £2 16s XfUUlBi. — w Motduio .ii XOo --*<_,-- --500 Patterns In TWEEDS AND OOATINGS to aolect from. PERFECT FIT and WORKMANSHIP GUAKAN'TKEO. New Sbirts, New Underolothing, New Ties, New Hets, (Our own make), New Collars, &o. EVERYTHING NEW aud of the LATEST FASHIONS. FOSTER COLONIAL INDUSTRY AMD BUT IBOM THE NEW ZEALAND Clotbing Factory. W. H. WEBBER, Manager. NOW READY. Kirkpatrick's SPECIAL QUALIT* BRAND. NEW SEASON'S FRESH FRUIT JAMS. KIBKPATJRIOK'S Speolal Quality ( X" Braid of New Season's Jam is made from Ne son Grown Fruit only, and Inned wiihtD a fV w houro after It bas been pgepered, the Jttm (bus retains tile ful lit <md coior of tbe Fresh Fiia it. KIRKPATRIOK'S JAM has gained FIVE Prise Medali at the following Exhibitions :— London, Melbourne, Ohristahuroh, Wellington, and Nelson, CAUTION. iSone ia grains unies. our n ime tamped on ihe Tin, . atxd has ovjr regisi Tkade Mark ihe letter " B " ou KIRKPrtT ;u & Co, KJuSON, J

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2159, 27 June 1889

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