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Wool and Grain Exporters, &c. T O F A R M E R S'. We are BUYERS of WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, and all kinds of Produce, or ■will make LIBERAL ADVANCES against Grain for shipment to England or colonies. Cornfeags, supplied. ; , A. MOORE & CO, 199 a Christchurch.. Grain Season, 1881. WE are prepared to make' LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES against shipments 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 havd< alsoi 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. P. CUNNINGHAM & CO., 13a Christchurch. N OTICE TO FARMERS. ;The undersigned are PURCHASERS of all descriptions of GRAIN delivered at theik warehouses in Lyttelton, Timaru, Oatbaru and Ashburton, or at any other railway station. . : P. CUNNINGHAM & CO., Ida "- ■ Christchurch. XPO R T OF GRAIN. SEASON 1881; SPECIAL NOTICE TO FARMERS. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY ~ (Limttei).) Is prepared to make Liberal Cash Advances On to its care for shipment to, and sale in the London, Australian, and New Zealand markets. .The Company does not purchase on its 6 : wn account; hut acts solely as Agent, and bd'moreover all sales, by its Mark Lane Brokers -are. carefully supervised by ah experienced • staff,' constituents may rest assured that, their 'interests will be carefully,, conserved, and full market values obtained. : Flight to \England by first-class iron vessels has bhbn’arranged at Fifty Shillingsl per Toh7 - •' , lornsacks supplied, if desired, at lowest ruling prices. . -FuTl informatipn respecting terms, etc., may he obtained,at the Company’s Offices, Cathedral Square. Christchurch. , , JOHN COOKE, 92a : ' Manager. UNITED WHEAT TO LONDON AND KINGDOM AT FIFTY SHILLINGS PER TON, THR NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY (LIMITED), Haft pleashre in informing Farmers that it lias , arranged with the New Zealand Shipping Company, ifor i . f ■ 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 - he Daily Papers. r JOHN COOKE, )3a Manager. XTTHEAT -SHIPMENTS TO ENGiVV LAND. NOTICE TO FARMERS. T. J. Maling & Co. Make LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES WHEAT placed in their hands ; : 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’ interests are well protected by their agents ih London. Prompt returns and minimum charges niay .he relied upon. 322 a Business Notices Chaff, Chaff, Chaff ASHBURTON CORN & CHAFF STORE, H AS ALWAYS ON HAND—;{N -o FLOUR STRAW HAY g , OATS. a ■ BRAN ' O SHARPS d CHAFE h CRUSHED OATS/ POTATOES S ■BEANS g PEAS ‘ f 5 CARROTS, &c., &c., in Large or Small Quantities, at Lowest i Prices. W •K. ht [Note the Address—- - NEXT EVERETT BROS., 08 Havelock street, Ashburtojl ; TRIANGLE, ASHBH R T O N. . A. Thiele, iving l ' tnade arrangements for the supply roi FRESH FLOUR, is i >n- prepared tftjdefiyOT the I / s.v¥EKY BEST BREAD mypftrtof ihe'town ‘ and suburbs at 1 i the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES,' liberally dealt with.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 317, 12 April 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 317, 12 April 1881

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