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Goods on Sale WHITE'S FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, High Street and Tuam Street, CHRISTCHURCH. A J. WHITE AND CO. Have just opened up A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DINING AND DRAWING-BOOM FURNITURE, PIER AND TOILETGLASSES, BRUSSELS & OTHER CARPETS, AND HEARTH RUGS, CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE, AND LAMPS, SEWING MACHINES, TABLE AND OTHER MANGLES, All of Superior Quality, and of the newest designs. July Ist, 1873. 7-22 5708 NOTICE. A J. WHITE having disposed of his • business, requests that ALL ACCOUNTS due to him, to 30th June, BE PAID with as little delay as possible, to C. REDFERN, At A. J. White and CoY, Furnishing Warehouse, High and Tuam streets, Whose receipt will be a sufficient discharge. July 21, 1873. 7-23 5719 NEW FURNISHING STORES. THE Proprietor of the Old Shop, in the Triangle, thanks the public of Canterbury for their patronage during the past, and informs them that, owing to the very kind support, he has been obliged to take larger premises to meet their requirements. NEW FURNISHING STOBES, HIGH STBEET COBNER, OPPOSITE STEANGE'S. Chairs, hardware, electro-plated goods, crockery, cutlery, fancy goods, pictures, and bulky articles. OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, TRIANGLE. Books, prints, coins, jewellery, clocks, pipes, and small goods. Dealer in old coins and curio's. Books bought, sold, and exchanged. Sales attended on commission, on very moderate terras. . Please notice the Address — HIGH STREET and TRIANGLE. A. W. WRIGHT, 7-30 6004 Proprietor.

HAT AND CAP MANUFACTORY. THE UNDERSIGNED begs to notify to the inhabitants of Christchurch that he has COMMENCED BUSINESS as HAT and CAP MANUFACTURER, in High street (opposite Old Town Hall), and respectfully solicits their patronage in his effort to supply a want long felt in Christchurch of a practical hat manufacturer.. The advertiser would draw attention to the fact of his having secured one of the latest improved Conformatuers for taking the shape and measurement, whereby a perfect fit is assured. Ladies' Biding Livery and Hats of all descriptions in stock and made to order. C. P. HULBERT, . High street, Opposite Old Town Hall. 8-2 6066 A. J. BURNS AND CO., Woollen .Manufacturers, MOSGIEL, Are now prepared to Supply the Trade of Christchurch and Canterbury with Tweeds, Plaids, Serges, Yarns, Fingerings, and Hosiery, in various branches, on the shortest notice. Letters addressed to the firm, Mosgiel Warehouse, Stafford street, Dunedin, will receive prompt attention. All our goods are made from the very best wool New Zealand can produce, as we make it our endeavor to purchase nothing but the best clips, and having lately added various improvements to our machinery, are producing a greatly improved article. We are now doubling our plant to trebly increase our produce and producing power, and can sup" ply orders to a large extent. 12-22 3948 A. J. BURNS & CO. 4 CAUTION. OLSON'S mOMAT O SAUCE. Connoisseurs pronounce this Sauce to be the BEST for general use in households, and in consequence of its high reputation, some unprincipled persons have been induced to collect Empty Bottles bearing the manufacturer's name stamped thereon, and pass the same off as "Olson's Universal Tomato Sauce." The proprietor has in consequence caused his TRADE MARK to be Re- ————— gistered under the provisions of the "Trade Marks Act, 1861," and proceedings will be taken against such persons as may forge or counterfeit such mark. The public are cautioned to ASK FOR OLSON'S SAUCE, and see that the name is stamped on Bottle and Stopper, and wrapped round with his well-known label. BENNETT & SAUNDEBS, 6-23 4531 Agents for Canterbury.

SHOOBEIDGE AND SON'S HOPS. rpHE UNDERSIGNED have FOR SALE, JL Shoobridge and Son's Celebrated TASMANIAN HOPS, 1873, BENNETT and SAUNDERS; B. W. STODDART, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLEB, High Street, BEGS, to state that he: has a splendid " Assortment of Wright and Mann's Holborn Express HAND SEWING MACHINES, lock 6-25 4573

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Press, Volume XXI, Issue 2494, 2 August 1873

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