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Business NoticesW. H. Grimdry, ESTATE AND STATION AGENT, LICENSED LAND BROKER (Under the Land Transfer Act), VALUATOR, AND GENERAL MERCHANT, East street, Ashburton, HAS OX SAI-E STATION STORES Of all descriptions, including SUGARS, TEAS, FLOUR, OILMAN’S STORES, ETC, Fencing Wire, Posts, Rails, Slakes, Rape, Turnip, Clover, and Grass Seeds. Agent for RED LION BREWERY, DUNEDIN (Joel’s celebrated Excelsior Ale), AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. (Established 1849), Accumulated Fund, ,£3,000,000, STANDARD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, STANDARD PROPERTY AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY, And ROCKWOOD COALMINING COMPANY. MONEY TO LEND On freehold security in various amounts. W. H. Grundry, EAST STREET, Ashburton. 1880 ESTABLISHED 1880 Reapers & Binders. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. READ and REMEMBER. WM. R. DUNN. FROM AMERICA, Is now located permanently at the Comer of PETER & WILLIAM STREETS, NEAR WAKANUI ROAD, And wishes to notify to Farmers that he has ample STORAGE on the Premises for all Reapers and Binders which are left with him for Repairs; the Storage to be free of charge. Remember that money saved is as good as money earned. A few pounds makes a new machine in place of the old one. Farmers are specially cautioned against committing their Machines to the mercy of inexperienced would-be experts, and thereby wasting their money, as this is the only Establishment in New Zealand wholly devoted to the Repairing and Improving of the American Reapers and Binders. Don’t Forget the Address— WM. R. DUNN, Peter street, Ashburton.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 301, 24 March 1881, Supplement

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 301, 24 March 1881, Supplement

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