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SCOTT BROS. (RAILWAY FOUNDRY), A RE the manufacturers of the following among other specialities : The celebrated “EXCELSIOR” WINDMILL. This Mill got the FIRST PRIZE at the November Metropolitan Show. It is Perfectly reliable and self-regulating. FIRST PRIZE PATENT GRASS SEED STRIPPER. As only a limited quantity of these Machines, which took the FIRST PRIZE at the recent competition of the Agricultural and Pastoral Association, can be supplied, orders for next season must be given early, or they cannot be executed. LEAMINGTON COOKING RANGES. These Stoves have been shown for years in competition with other makers, and have always received first honors, having NEVER BEEN BEATEN. We can confidently recommend them as the best Stoves in New Zealand. CAMBRIDGE ROLLERS. Specimens of our Prices for this season—--Bft. by 24in £l7 0 0 Bft. by 26in 18 10 0 9ft. by 24in 18 15 0 9ft. by26in.... ... 20 15 0 Other prices equally JpRST CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY. NOW OPEN, For the production of first-class Photographs (a satisfactory portrait guaranteed), W. FERRIER’S PORTRAIT BOOMS, Main South road, Timaru, Opposite the Theatre. 219 c J. Malcolm, gEED MERCHANT, George street (Opposite the Railway Station, Timaru), Has on SALE the following SEEDS — Clover—Allsack white, red, and cow grass Grasses—Perennial, poa pratensis, hard fescue, and crested dog’s tail Turnips Carrots Rape And a choice collection of Garden Seeds, j of which special mention will be given in the future. 245 c Building and friendly societies’ ACTS, on Sale at the Office of this Paper.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 405, 26 July 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 405, 26 July 1881

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