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Business Notic 85T THIS ADVERTISEME BE CAREFULLY REA MEMBERED BY EVI TERESTED IN FENCIN THE PATENT O' SAMSON FENCI Has now been before the p> years, and during tin 5,000 TONS HAVE B! Giving very great satisfactio ■which we hold numerous tes well-known colonists ; and daily increasing to such ai numerous spurious imitatio been introduced in the vari Australia and New Zealand purpose of damaging the re] Patent Oval Samson Wire. The Samsor Was patented and introdui ago in Victoria, New Queensland, and New Zeal principal claim set fourth wa Oval to prevent fraud. Ye these patents, firms —many standing—have, for the sa commission, lent themselve duction of various spuri which render them liable t( and annoyance and disappc users. We would point out to chasers that any persen ere( Fences, other than the Pa son, renders himself liabl The Patent Acts on this explicit; therefore, after excuse can be made. We have had instances br notice where some persons! principled as to mix the Wire amongst the Patent order to make a sale, a the reputation of the genu We have a great aversio proceedings in this math compelled to, in self-defen practices are at once stop]. The public, when purch fore cautioned to see that a tin tally thus : PATENT OVAL SAJ IN OYAIi ; And the Patentee’s T Mark : M I R IN PADXiOCJ Manufactured by the V Company, Warringto By using the Patent 0 you get a better and ch< any other, and the best imitations already referrec #©-A comprehensive c advantages, with numen from well-known colonists to any address on applicat The state Forests of Vi< with the Patent Oval Sam the one at Dookie is, wit best Wire Fence in Austn come from great distances PRICES GREATLY

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 77, 23 March 1880

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