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Wool and Qrain Exporters, &c. rjT O FARMERS I- We are BUYERS of WHEAT, OATS BARLEY, and all kinds of Produce, 01 will make LIBERAL ADVANCES againsi 9,. Grain for shipment to England or colonies. Corhbags supplied. . A. MOORE & CO, 199* Christchurch, it Grain Season, 1881. s lI. 3 1 } WE are prepared to make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES against ship--1 raents placed in our hands. We have Brokers of the highest standing in Mark Lane, who will give every attention to Grain consigned through us, and obtain the extreme price for all shipments Farmers, may intrust, to our care. We have also established Agencies in Liverpool, Glasgow, Hull, Dublin,and Antwerp, and we can ship to any of these markets if so required. Our charges are regulated at the lowest rates. N P. CUNNINGHAM & CO., Christchurch. OTICE TO' FARMERS. The undersigned are PURCHASERS of all descriptions of GRAIN delivered at their warehouses in Lyttelton, Timaru, Oamaru and Ashburton, or at any other railway station. P. CUNNINGHAM & CO., 14a ■ Christchurch. jg XPG R T OF GRA I £ SEASON 1881. SPECIAL NOTICE TO FARMERS. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND t MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY (Limited.) Is prepared to make Liberal Gash Advances On GRAIN entrusted to its care for shipment to, and sale in the London, Australian, and Now Zealand markets. The Company does not purchase on its own account* but acts solely as Agent, and as moreover all sales by its Mark Lane .Brokers are carefully supervised by an experienced staff, constituents may rest assured that their interests will be carefully conserved, and full market values obtained. Freight to England by first-class iron vessels has been arranged at Fifty Shillings per Ton. Cornsacks supplied, if desired, at lowest ruling prices. Full information respecting terms, etc., may be obtained at the Company’s Offices, Cathedral Square, Christchurch. JOHN COOKE, 92a Manager. WHEAT FREIGHTS mO LONDON AND UNITED X KINGDOM AT FIFTY SHILLINGS PER TON. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY (LIMITED), Has pleasure in informing Farmers that it has arranged with the New Zealand Shipping Company, for FREIGHT ON WHEAT •To London and the United Kingdom at Fifty Shillings per ton of 22401b5, and confidently refers its Constituents to the List of first-class Vessels now Advertised in the Daily Papers. JOHN COOKE, 93a Manager. WHEAT SHIPMENTS TO ENGLAND. NOTICE TO FARMERS. T. J. Maling & Co. Make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES bn WHEAT placed in their hands • for sale in London, and guarantee Lowest- Rates of Freight. The successful result of their shipments on behalf of clients last season is a sufficient guarantee that consignors’ in- , threats are well protected by their agents in London. Prompt returns and minimum charges | may be relied upon. 322 a Business Notices Chaff, Chaff, Chaff ASHBURTON CORN & CHAFF K STORE, AS ALWAYS ON HANDFLOUR STRAW < HAY 5 OATS w BRAN SHARPS pn a TTT? CRUSHED OATS POTATOES BEANS PEAS CARROTS, &c., &c., in Large or Small Quantities, at Lowest Prices. Note the Address— NEXT EVERETT BROS., 908 Havklock stbebt, Ashbuhton. 5 O W trj •H fc=J 0 O-OPERATIVE BAKERY, TRIANGLE, A S H BUR T O N. X Thiele^ Having made arrangements for . the season’s supply i of FRESH - FLOUR, is f> prepared to deliver the r ; BREAD : in any pqffajg' fihe town, and, suburbs at ; ! the LOWBST PRICES. Gash customers liberally dealt -with. L ; ,A .‘fresh*supply ; bf always ‘ * 'bh hand. ' j 2f)6a‘'

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 312, 6 April 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 312, 6 April 1881

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