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k, " """"' ""■'' ' ' *- - ■ iiwiiai ■ ' t ■ — ■———__--—.^____£E^ gss notices. . ' £ SALE OF GIIOGEEIBS C?MMENCFS WLGInt '-rur AC WE ara not OVEE STOCKED, although wo hold by far the Largest Stock of Groceries in Ashburton. And *vhy is tbis ? Because we do the Largest Baainesa. By doing the Largest Business and Selliag for Cash, wo are enabled 1o Bay in the Bett Market tho Finest Goods at tbe Lowest Price. IN THIS PEICE LIST You' will find every Article mentioned irresistibly attractive from the standpoint of both Quality and Price. Those who buy on Credit should compare- our Prices with fcha Prices £hey are paying, and see the £ £ £ £ £ per year they wouM save by Buying their Groceries from us. In a Credit Business the Good Payers have to pay for those who don't pay. We also give Discount Ticket (eaual to a direct Bonus of 3 to a iber cent) with Every Article purchased. This is better^fchan any Co-operative Concern can do for you Finest Cane Sugar, Auckland No. la— 561b Bags us Bd, or 2|d perlb New Oatmeal— 251b Bags 2s 4d, 7lb Bags iod Finest Roller- Flour— 2oolb Sacks 18s ioolb Bags 9s 6d solb Bags 5s 251b Bags 2s gel White Hose KeroseneHighest test, 3s gd per tin, 7s 6d per. case Finest Japan Rice—lid a lb, 7s lOd a bag, DRIED FRUITS. TOBACCO. The quality of our Dried Fruits is famed - 8 B throughout the Ashburton County. Juno, per lb of 7£ sticks 6 § s D Havelock, per lb of 7} sticks 5 6 Cleaned Currants, extra choice, per lb 0 3£ Derby, per lb of 7% sticks 5 fi Choice cleaned Sultanas „ 0 4 Golden Eagle, 7^ sticks 5 9 Diamond G Seeded Raisins „ 0 6£ Victory 5 9 Beautiful Large Prunes „ 0 5 Ruby, Is 2d per stick, per lb 0 3ibs New Dates for 1 0 Old Judge, per lb 8 0 _ _ . Old Gold „ '70 FLAVORING ESSENCE. Capstan „ - 7 6 Lemon, Vanilla, Cochineal, Almond, Ginger, —-■ _—,— Cloves, etc., MATCHES-B. Bell and Co.'c. ' Four Bottles for 1 0 Made in New Zealand by New Zealand 50 Dozen Pineapple, per tin 0 5 Worker?. Plaids, por doz 0 3Jt CORNFLOUR. _ per gross 3 5 Wotherspoon's Maize, 41b for 1 0 R°yal Testae, per doz 0 9 Bcown and Poison's, perlb 0 6 9 , n v . n Per gross • 8 8 Brown and Co.'s patent, perlb 03J 25° V«sra8 ' P«^ J 3 Finest Arrowroot o_s 10 00 Vestas, *o ! " EXTRACT OF SOAP. " " " Perd°Z lii Hudson's Extract of Soap, 10packets 1 0 BACON. Klenzo, 16 packets for 10 Our Bacon ib the Finest to be had for IX L Recommended, 20 packets for 1 0 Love or Money. Give us a trial. Superbus, per packet 0 5 Finest Roll Bicon Rashers 0 9 : By the Roll 0 8 SAGO, TAPIOCA, Etc. Side Bacon, by the Side 0 7i Finest White Sago, perlb 0 1* Mild Cured Ham, by the Ham 0 8* 121bsfor 14 Pearl Tapioca, per lb 0 -1* „ , CT . li/? tI- A 51 121b3for 1 4 Fresh Herrings, per tin 0 5i Finest Japan Rice, per lb 0 If „ . . m PeJ doz 5 4* 561b bag 711 Herrings in Tomato Sauce, per tm 0 8 Pearl Barley and Split Peas, perlb 0 2 ¥ . , „ . '6J ina f°r }■ 4 121bB for' 110 KlPPered Herring?, per tin ' 0 8 3 tins for 1 1L " PWTTAM TABTAP" "R-f- Halt lb TinS Horring W Tomato GREAM TARTAR, Etc. SanCßj por tin ■ 0 5 Morten's Cream of Tartar, ths best in Half lb Tins Kippered Herrings 0 5 the world, per lb 12 Salmon Cutlet A.B.C. olt Brunner Mold's Carbonate Soda 0 2 salmon, Daisy Brand 0 9 Tnrtaric Acid, per lb 18 Other Brands from 0 6 CANDLES.—Electric Stearin?, perlb 53, by the box 4fd; Magnet War, plain or fluted, per lb 6d, by the box 5-gd; Price's National Sperms, per lb 7d, by the box 6Jd. TERMS — Proistpt Uett Cash with Order. All Orders delivered daily Free of Charge afc Eailvrpy Station, and within a Two Mile radius of Ashburton. Tinwald Orders delivered on Mondays and Fridays while Bridge is oloßed, East Street ... Ashburton. FIXE FITTIMG FOOTWEAR. " rBIHIS aptly illustrates the splendid BOOTS we are now offering afc a X GUINEA A PAIR. They are fine, fresh, up-to-date Goods, full of that.snap and style which appeals (0 well dressed Men. They put the finishing touch on at a cost|,'o£ and our Guarantee goes with them. 7 THE BLUE BOOT STORE, Burnett Street, Ashburton.' 1 JtiJii uuxtrts iisKu What about our Boys ? Bring them along" to "THE CORNER."!] We sell a nice cut Colonial Tweed Suit from 10s 6d, all sizes. OVEEiCOATS for the sams Boys. We have good strong Tweed Coat with Capes from 15s each. Also Stockings (Woollen) from Is pair. Jerseys from 2s lid each Caps from Is, Shirts from 1? lid each. The Department, has for sorao time received our speoial attention. Many New Lines showing for the first time. Special Display of Blankets, Kngfs,.Household Linens Cash Milliners, Dressmakers. Drapers, and Clothiers. ANDREW ORE & .CO. :. Mid-Winter Season. Magnificent Display o\ Furs, Jackets, Inverness Capes, Flannel . Blouses, Blousing, Dress Tweeds, and Trimmings, in all the most Fashionable Colours -:- IMPORTANT. -:- We have now opened up the Largest Stock ever shown by^us off Ladies' and Gents' Woollen Us dor wear, *^®^ WHICH IS WARRANTED NOT TO|SHRINK. BLANKETS.' The increasing popularity ol the Local Woollen Mills has ma3e us invest very" Largely in Ashburton Blankets. We have also in Stock a large Assortment from the other Leading N«w " Zealand Mills. N.B.—All our Woollens were bought prior to the rise in Wool, wkioh enables us to Sell at our Last Season's LOW PRICES. BOOTS Our BOOTS and SHOES a the Best that money can bay. And the eacCMt of this Department proves <.kat Our Customerß know it. ANDREW ORB & CO., LTD. East Street Abshurton

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6595, 14 June 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6595, 14 June 1905

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