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N.Z. Grain and Mercantile Co. f\ RAIN Fll EIGHTS THK NEW ZK U.-AND GRAIN AND MERCANTILE CO. (LIMITED LINE, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED 111 AT OF MESSRS P CUNNINGHAM & CO AND ROYSE, STEAD, & CO. Tlio following high-class will b despatched during the ensuing Seaspn for London, Liverpool, Glasgow, Dublin, or the Continent, as may be required : FREIGHTS TO LONDON or any othe direct, Fort in the United Kingdom hav been fixed at FIT TV SHILLINGS PER TON " And the above Fleet of Vessels will b supplemented by other equally high-claa Ships, These vessels having been carefully .‘elected are specially suitable for the,safe car-dago of Grain, Farmers shipping by lids Line wiil finet their nek of damaginduced to a minimum. App.ly at the Cilices of the Company; h MESSRS P. CUNNINGHAM & CO., . Lichfield street Or, to MESSES P.OVSF, STEAD & CO., Triangle. W. BORNE, 72-id Agent Ashburton. rr-.IIE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING J_ COMPANY’S LINE. FOR LONDON AND THE UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENT, AMI II EVERY OPTION. r lho following high-classed iron clipper Bii will be disq atebed as above during the ensuing season. . Sliippers can make special tonnage arrangements on application. And other vessels of the highest- class' follow as required. KATES OF FREIGHT CN WHEAT to London or other direct port in the United Kingdom, FIFTY SHILLINGS PER TON. LIVERPOOL AGENCY. A Bhakch has been established ip I Liverpool, and vessels will be despatchea | at suitable intervals to the principal por ? in New Zealand. | NEW YORK AGENCY. Messrs R. W. Cakeeon and Co., o ► New Toil;, liavo been appointed Agents 1 ;or this Company, and a regular line • vessels will to laid ou for the variou : ports in this Coh-ny, to meet the require- ; u.ents of (he trade. For fui (her particulars, apply to THE HEAD CrFICES, OiM Christchurch. V iKANUT T LOb K MILLS. I bog to notify that 1 have BE-COM- | MERCED IVCbINEt-y. and tube this j <q.j;e:-iunify of recording my thanks t» I my friends and (he public for the valuable I ;■ up pert accorded me, and hog a coni, j tinuanco of (ho same. ■ j'Mv:!..vs fjom a distance can have their | s:j-i.-t Ground by return. Good Stable | mid paddt ck accouimedaticn. No extra ! er.t.rgo I t.Mfbi Buyer of Grain. Sacks suppK I to iiinners, I I will attend at the Somerset Hotel, j Ashburton, on SATURDAYS, an' at the I Mill on MONDAYS, for tho Buraiase o< | Grain. 1 IT. MOFFAT. I’cb. 1 18S2. 7 BAKER' BROS., ITUILDEBR, CONTB ACTCItS AN i:> UNDEUTANEBS Wakanui load and Cues street Atli PLANS PREPARED & HI YEN

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 624, 1 May 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 624, 1 May 1882

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