Public Hotiees. OBSERTED FACTS! OTQtfESTIONED &BJ> TJNCONTBADICTED, I THAT THE ' GIE A: T S A L E ■JX OF DR APERY, MILLINERY, CLOTHING, ■ &c. f &0., &c. AT! WATERLOO HOUSE, CORNER OF CASHEL & COLOMBO STREETS, IS AN IMMENSE SUCCESS. HOBDAY AND JOBBERNS BEG to thank their Customers ior the. liberal amount of j support they have received since cqmmencing/beir Great Sale, which has far exceeded their expectations. HOBDAY & JOBBERNS have resolved to clear the balance* of their stock at prices that cannot fail to please the most, fastidious. This Sale has eclipsed all Sales now being held inthis City, for the.extreme Low Prices charged and the equality of the Goods supplied. HOBDAY AND JQBBERNS direct special attention to the following, which are first class value:— ' . ' ' ' i/» O YAEI)S 0F ORIGfNAL JAPANESE POPLINS, at 4s 6d per yard nrr s~\ YARDS OP FANCY SILK, in checks and stripes, at 3s 6sd per yard Qpf\ YARDS FANCY DRESS MATERIAL, from 5Jd per yard . 'TQfl YARDS WINCEYS, (all new shades), from 6Jd per yard ' ? ■in BICH PAISLEY SHAWLS, yards long, at Four Guineas each; ifJQ LADIES' WATERPROOF MANTLES, from 6s lid each ' AH. LADIES' BLACK SILK JACKETS, Fashionable Shapes, at Us 6d, each QfifY YABDS PRINT » from 4 J per yard . ;. YARDS 72-inch KEtFAST;TWILL SHEETING, atae 4Jd per yard. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF MUSLINg, CALICOES,.SHEETINGS, DAMASKS, TOWELS, TOWELLINGS, QUILTS, BLANKETS, TWEEDS. MANTLE, SHAWL, MILLINERY, UNDERCLOTHING DEPARTMENT, A Large Assortment of Stays, Underclothing, Baby Linen, Holland Pinafores, Parachutes, Umbrellas, Laces, and Fancy Drapery. CLOTHING: HOBDAY AND JOBBERNS have added largely to the stock of Clothing, and as they intend to devote great attention to this department, it will be their special study to keep a stock of clothing equal to bespoke. Amongst the specialities in this department note the following:— Men's Celtic Trousers, at 10s 6d per pair Men's Super Harvard Shirts, 2s lid each Men's Tweed Sac Coats, at 18s lid . Also, _ (First-class value.) The newest shapes in Men's and Boys hard Mea's Sac Suits, Paget Buits and soft Felt Hats, from 2s 9d Men's Trousers and Vests Boys' Clothing; in great variety Boy's Knicker Suits, 9s 6d. An early call is requested from, all those ..who wish to obtain some of the Great Bargains. : ...-..!..■:» NOTE, THE ADDRESS— ; '- - ■"•;..'•' ;tATEfiLO;O HOTTSE, , ..', ] ' CORNER OF OASHEL AND COLOMBO, STREETS. '.', , ,'. \ HOBD AiX AND JOBBERNS^ ' 1.24- ' i ■■#' ■ ■ ■• ■ PROPRtETORS. 13*2 :— -■ - ! ■ : ; -i«f ;-; ~ , ■■/ l —• ■ ■• i -••' : 'i'|r VA^V , VWll * ' ' IH. JDU 8S JL JfcSr ANNUAL CLEARING SALE AT ARGYLE HOUSE, COMMENCES THURSDAY, JANUARY 22nd, 1874 «3-IMMENSE EEDUOTIOSS IN EVERY DEPABTMENI. . G. L. BEATH & GO. CASHEL STREETT. XX. JE* XX €» C 5 TXS 3ECr 9 WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER AND S^ESMITH, HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH (opposite the City Hotel), and RETELL blKli&l HOKITIKA A MOST SUPERB and RECHERCHE ASSORTMENT of WATCHES, JEWELLERY, and DIAMOND GOODS, suitable for Wadding and Christening Presents, and Testimonials, in solid silver and electro-plate, in the greatest variety, on sale or mader to order. Mathematical, Optical, and Surveyors' Instruments of every description. »w PLUNGE, HIP, SHOWER, Fo't, MALVERN, SPONGE, RECLINING, &c, &c, Japanned, Marble, and Oak, &c. ''~;> Quality superior to imported at prices lower. Ironmongers and Storekeepers fapPj on the most reasonable terms with Baths and every descriptionl oi^Tmwares of the & best manufacture, by G. P. DAVE, PLAIN AND ORNAMENrAL JAPANBR, &C Bath Maker, Lamp Maker and Licensed Gas Fitter, &c. Manufactory—Colombo street South, next to Bruce and Co. s Steam Bakery. NEW DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, Stock. ,-, BRADFORD HOUSE, VICTORIA ' —~~" BUILDINGS, T INCOLN SHEEP FOB SALE Cobnee of the Whately Road. ±j - — TTWnATW FOR SALE—The following LINCOLN Mr C. T. ICK begs to inform his friends EWES and RAMB, depasturing at Highland and the public of Christchurch and suburbs, park, Wellington, being part of the stud that having leased those large central pre- flock of the undersigned, the progeny of mises recently erected by Mr Gould, and ewe a selected from the Lincoln flock of situated near the Victoria Bridge, he will Robert Graham, Esq., Auckland, and from OPEN the same on rams imported from the celebrated stud SATOKDAY, TH» IST FEBRUARY NEST, J* %£»JZ*&?£% '.. With a well-selected Stock of colony NEW AND FASHIONABLE GENERAL " 60 RAM LAMBS DRAPERY AND SILK MERCERY, 50 EWE , ~, n * ott *_ _ 40 Full-mouthed JiWi^o. Which he has just purchased foi-CASH from v t February# The the best Wholesale_Houses in the colony. I^^m then c & & nt five month i o i d . Having had many years successful expe- Early appUcation necessary. _WelUngton, Ist January/1873. 1-6 713 able to supply his customers with : : ——— THE NEWEST AND MOST FASHION- -jyr O T I C E. ABLE GOODS l>l WHITMORE iSSSfc WHOLESALE COAL MERcomparison. Lyttelton, from London due notice of which will be r 31et JANOAEY, 1874, LAIMB aeainst «".*•»•- ---meat. ___ ;■ liberal share of patronage is most re- jhQ bb j^^ &^^^^T of the ™ fc " hOBe receipt will * a BQfficient BRADFORD HOUSE, January 10, 1874, 12.13 961 Victoria Buildings. ~ ~~ " Janoary 28th, 1874. 1470 1-28 TJEATHCOTE ROAD BOARD I ~ NOTICE. Impoundinge — During the progress of the Drainage Works, TMPOUNDEDatßangiorafromtheChurch THE G^WORK^ O T A^ F g o CLOSED J. Bush, on the 23rd January, 1874 :— FOR PDBUC^ TRAi * 10. Oae DSotbt o°n S . using the road do so at their o^ head, snip on nose; brand near side nsK * j j, pxgQSQ If not 9th February, will ObriAum. ' beßOld ' J W HEATH T>OAED and RESIDENCE for a few Poundkeeper, Raogiora. J3 Respectable Youug Men, at AIWOS Eangiora, January 28th, 1874. 1-29 1474 House, Montreal street. 1469 1-3*
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