Business Notices. i f£jO FARMERS AND OTHERS. The successful result of the last year’s shipment on farmers’ account, and the exceedingly satisfactory prices realised, combined with very moderate charges, as compared with those of other merchants, encouraged us to go more extensively into this particular branch of business this year. We do so feeling confident that the Farmers of this | County will j SUPPORT A LOCAL FIRM, whose interest is inseparably allied with their own, rather than encourage agencies of firms, whose only interest in the district is to make as much profit out of the place as possible, without leaving anything adequate in return. On this ground alone we think we may fairly rely on the good sense of our friends to work with us, and so help to PUSH THE DISTRICT AHEAD. We have now much pleasure in informing the Farmers and others in this County that we have CHARTERED SEVERAL FIRSTCLASS IRON VESSELS, which we hope to despatch during the next and following months of the ensuing grain season. For particulars read next advertisement.
Friedlander Bros., GENERAL MERCHANTS, AGENTS FOR THE COLONIAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. THIRST DESPATCH OF VESSELS DIRECT TO LONDON, OR TO A PORT OF CALL FOR ORDERS, BY AN ASHBURTON FIRM ON THEIR OWN ACCOUNT. The undersigned have arranged for the despatch of the following highest class Iron Vessels during the ensuing grain season, carrying all kinds of cereals at lowest current rates:— The class of the Ships speaks for itself, and as they will be among the earliest of the vessels leaving Port Lyttelton (which this year is of the greatest importance to shippers), early applications for space will be necessary fFRIEDLANDER BROS., Ashburton.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 542, 24 January 1882
Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 542, 24 January 1882
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