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j MOST BE,SOLD.| 1 1 PREVIOUS. TO STO JK-TAKING. P - \ t SURPLUS stock of Books, Stationery, - Fancy Goods etc., at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. A lot of music at half price. Hundreds of back numbers o£ Periodicals and Xmas Papers with colored illustrations at half price. Sale now on. L. F. ANDREWES & CO. Stationers' Hall. I. ; ~"~ .. .-.. -. IMPORTANT "XTOTICE JLmportant IN otice MESSRS HALLENSrEINBROS & CO, Proprietors. of the NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY AT ASHBURTON Invercargill, Gore, Milton, Oamaru, Timaru, Dunedin, Christchurch, Hokitika, Greyrnouth, Reefton, Westport, Nelson, Wellington, Napier, Hastings, Waipawa, Gisborne, Palmerston North, Wanganui, Hawera, New Plymouth, Thames and, Auckland, Have arranged to FLOAT THEIR BUSINESS INTO A COMPANY, To be registered under " The Companies Act 1882 Ik is a part of the arrangement that STOCKS shall be REDUCED by £50,000 before the 15th of June next ' , To effect this the Managers/of- the various Branches throughout the colony have been instructed, in addition to marking out the Goods at Low Prices, to allow 5 per cent on all cash sales amounting to £1 and upwards. This excellent opportunity of buying goods should not be overlooked, especially as it is a well-known fact that the Manufactures of the New Zealand Cloth j ing Factory are Superior to Anything in i the Market. The sale at the Ashburton Branch is under the management of Mr W. H, Webber. _ , '

Sir Walter Bullor intends to start his sons in business in Wellington us lawyers. Various rumours are stjll in fre« ch'cula- ' cion as to the ponding Ministerial changes.. It is confidently averted by some who profess to be well informed that the matter will be settled next week; that Sip Harry Atkinson will resign on account of iU-heaith directly after delivering his Financial Statement, and that U§ will advise his Excellency' the Governor to send, for Sir Frederick Whitaker, as the Egiior merger of the Ministry and an evPrenrier himself, toreoqu.-sU-uct the Govßrujn,cufc, with a view to carrying on without a-uy further changes in Us personnel until af tor the general ejection. i give this, of course, as mere rumour and not on any Ministerial authority; but it seems to me not an improbable forecast —' Utago Pail/ Times " cprrespoud.e#fo

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2433, 5 June 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2433, 5 June 1890

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