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WHEAT FREIGHT TO THE UNITED KINGDOM. nnHE undersigned, having I completed their charters for the ensuing grain season, will regularly despatch firstclass iron ships to various ports in the United Kingdom. Ships. The Bruce, Capt Soulhcolt British Empire, Capt Mather Remonstrant, Capt. Stoddart Pleiades, Capt. Setten 1 146 1490 1045 Class. "A/ ' Aa l Ai A; London direct. A port of call in the U. Kingd’m for ordr’s A direct port in U Kingd’m A port of call in the U. Kingd’m for ord’rs Mar. 15 fn all March In all March To follow Several other equally high class iron vessels are also chartered, and will follow. For freight, apply to P. CUNNINGHAM & CO. ; Or to ROYSE, STEAD, A CO., 488g* ’ Christchurch. ENGLISH WHEAT SHIPMENTS. THE Undersigned are prepared to ship wheat to London or any other Port in the United Kingdom for farmers or others, making liberal CASH ADVANCES against same on favorable terms. Farmers placing their Wheat in our hands for shipment can rely upon the ENGLISH CHARGES being REDUCED to a minimum, and upon receiving PROMPT ACCOUNT SALES. Intending shippers wishing to avail themselves of the present opportunity of testing the London and other English wheat markets, are recommended to make IMMEDIATE APPLICATION for space. ROYSE, STEAD, & CO., 489g* Christchurch. NOTICE TO FARMERS. J | IHE undersigned will be prepared to treat with farmers and others in Ashburton, every Wednesday and Saturday, for the PURCHASE of GRAIN, or SHIPMENT on ACCOUNT of GROWERS. JOSEPH CLARK. February 28, 1880. 5500*

Gkaijt. —The grain season has now fairly commenced on the railway, and the first grain special ran on Wednesday from Christchurch to the Port.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 67, 28 February 1880

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 67, 28 February 1880

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