Business Notioos, E WHEELER & SON havo REMOVED to their NEW STUDIO, CATHEDRAL • SQUARE, diroctly OPPOSITE POST-OFFICE. The Glass-room has been conetruotod from designs received on tho prinoiplo of that of the eolebrated Adam-Salomon, oi Paris, with the spooial object of obtaining effects of transparent shading so much in fashionablo request. The scenery dopartmont is constantly being addod to, and will bo found to contain viows of every dosoription and eize. t Albums suitable for viows arc kept in stock, and Photographs bought will bo mounted in them and lettered freo of chargo if roquirod. 1129 B. HALE & CO., SAIL, Tent, Tarpaulin, Flog, Horsecloth, and Oilskin Olothing Manufacturers, and Ropomakers, Cashel stroot, Ohristohuroh, Wholesalo and Rotail. Aprons of superior quality for all makos of Reapers and Biudors always in stook, and made to ordor or repairod. As wo keep a very largo stock of Riok Cloths and Tarpaulins of all sizes always on hand, ordors by post or tologram oan bo attondod to at onoo, and forworded by roturn train. Extraot from "Gardenors' Gazette "l— " Oorn Harvest.— None but a slovenly farmer would be without a good riok oloth, for ifc cortainly is one of the most useful things he oan have upon his premises. Ifc is nofc only in hay fcimo and harvest; time thafc he wants ifc— the benefit ofit in one awkward day with the threshing machino is equal to the oost of it. No man should oall himself a farmer who will not provide suoh neoessaries for himself. He knows how muoh he is at tho mercy of the weather, and thorefore why not, at a small ex.ponge, provide against it P Take the simplo instance wo havo alroady alluded to— A farmor is threshing with the maohine, a shower oomes on, everything is at a standstill, and, worse than all, the corn whioh has gono through tho sievo without being housed gots damp, and spoils tho sample for tho cornfaotor. A few pounds would prevent this for a man's lifetime." CONTINUATION OF SALE ~~ FOB 21 DAYS LONG EB. CHEAP BOOTS ! OHBAP BOOTS! GENUINE CLEABING SALE OF COLONIAL AND IMPOBTED BOOTS AND SHOES. b. jThale. IN oongoquenoe of the Groat Suocess of B. 3. HALES Great Oloaring Sal. ho intends oan turning it for 21 DAYS longer, and in addition to the low prioes quol d, he will give a further Disoount of ONE SHILLING IN THH FOUND on purchases of Ci and upwards. COLONIAL AND IMPOBTED BOOTS AND SHO&P , He intends soiling at suoh IMMENSE REDUCTIONS never before known in Oanterbury t— s. d. I s, d. Children's patent lace-ups from 1 0 por pr | Ladies' strong kid dble soles from 8 6 per pr Ohildren's patent high leas 1 6 „ „ Colonial made leather Ladies and gent's slippers „ ti „ side-springs ... „9 0 „ Ladies' cashmere house boots „ 8 6 „ Men's side-springs, slightly Maids' leather lace-ups (1 to 2)„ 4 8 „ damaged ... „8 8 „ Girls' best kid side-springs „ elastic-side emperors „10 6 „ (10 to 18) ... ... ...„ 6 8 „ „ „ very superior „12 8 „ Ladies' strong kid side-springs,, 8 5,, nailed shooting boots „12 8 „ „ „ very superior „ 7 8 „ „ Colonial water-tights „18 0 „ „ German lasting boots 7 8 „ fto., ftc, fto. All other Lines EQUALLY CHEAP. Be in time to Secure Bargains. Note the Address— B. J. HALE, Al BOOT AND SHOB DEPOT, Oorner of Cashcl and Colombo streete, Ohristohuroh.
W. H. DAVENPORT'S CITY TEA MART HIGH STREET, OHBISTOHUBOH. s. d. s. d. Good Blook Tea.., 1 10 per lb Fry's Extraot of Coooa 8 0 per lb Superior Blaok or Maed ... 2 4 „ Finest Plantation Coffee ... 18 „ Finest Imported 210 „ Best Bice , 0 8 „ Bright Yellow Sugar ... ... 04 T „ Bost Ground Bioe ... ... 0 4 „ Fino Whito Crystal do 0 5 „ New Jams ... 0 7 „ Chopped Loaf Sugar ... , 0 6 „ New Marmalade , ... 010 „ Fine Eleme Baisins ... ... 0 6 perlb Assorted Piokles 08| New Patras Currants ... ... 0 6 „ Vermicelli ... ... „. 1 0 „ Muscatels 0 10 „ Maccaroni 1 0 „ Sultana Baisins , ... , 0 8 „ Kerosene, 4 gal tins ,„ ... 9 0 A large assortment of Half Ohests and Boxes of very ohoioe Teas, and other artioles, at reduced rates. AUTUMN DISPLAY, 1880. OUR FIRST SHIPMENT EX STEAMSHIPS CITY OF LONDON, S.MERSETSHIEB, LUSIL'ANIA, &0. 8 3 CIS E S Consisting of— TVBESS MATERIALS, COSTUMES, MILLINEBY, STRAW GOOD 3, SHAWLS,. MANT LE S , &o. WILL BE SHOWN ON MONDAY, MABOH 8. New Mantloß, 6s lld to 80s Now Shawls, 3s lld to SOs Now Dress Goods, 6id to 2s 6d Now Dagmar Satin Cloth, 10 id New Wool Serges, 7d to 2s 6d New Straw, Felt, Plush, and Seal Hats at all prioes | New Feathers and Flowers, Birds, &o. Now Pompadour Dross Materials Silk Velvots, Velvoteons, and Satin Cloth Now Blaok Silk Velvets, from 4s 8d upwards Now Black Velvoteons, from 2s 6d upwards G. L. BEATH & CO., ABGYLE HOUSB
F. GABITES, DRAPER, VIOTORIA STREET. TTAS now completed his EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS, and will continue to SELL as OHEAP AS EVER, And will koop tho namo that ho has fairly gained of being the CHEAPEST DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT IN OHRISTCHUBCH. Arrivals Daily Expected PEB WAIMATE AND OTHEB SHIPMENTS. F. GABITES VIOTOBIA STBBET, OHBISTOHUBOH. GLASGOW HOUSE COLOMBO STREET (OPPOSITE OLD POST OFFIOE). FIRST SHIPMENT OJ SEASO N'S GOODS. JUST OPENED. NEW MUSLIN, TARLATAN, AND LISBE FRILLINGS , COLLARS AND OUFFS, EDGINGS AND INSERTIONS „ HOSIERY AND GLOVES, RIBBONS AND LAOE , FLOWERS AND FEATHERB, CALICOS, TIOKS, k SHEETINGS „ FLANNELS AND BLANKETS, UNDEROLOTHING „ MANTLES k COSTUMES, MILLINERY, DRKSS MATERIALS The above goods will bo found unequalled in valuo, and well assorted. C. D. has much pleasure in informing his lady customers that his stock of COSTUMES, MANTLES AND MILLINERY has beon solooted by Miss Mooro (lato of Oolombo streot), a lady woll known in Christchurch for her taste and oxporionco. Tho Showroom just oponod will bo undor her superintendence, and will be found replete with ovory convonionco for tho efficient display of tho LATEST FASHIONS, So that ladies would do well to inspect tho stock boforo making thoir wintor purchases. Ho has also flttod up extonsivo Dressmaking and Millinory Rooms, and ladies may rely on tho latest fashions, combined with tho bost workmanship. C. D.~INNES, GLASGOW HOUSE, Colombo street (opposito Old Post Oflico). 730
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