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Business Notices. T i BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. ASHBURTON COX NTY PIDGINO AND SPOUTING FACTORY, TIN, ]RON, AND ZINC WORKS. S. Hardley, ■ EAST STREET, ASHBURTON, Bavin* made arrangements for'regular shipments of Galvanised lien from the Englis i Markets, is prepared to supply Galvanised Spouting and Nidging at the undermentioned rates O.G. Spouting, found and fixed, 4in, 4d ; 4|in, 4£d ; sm, od per foot. 18in Galvanised Iron Ridging, 4Jd per foot. , v , , First Award of Merit, Ashburton Industrial Exhibition W urKm.insmp guaranteed. Quality unsurpassed. b 0 canterburyTLa nch. t wmn, 'iif (a . UU■s-; v - Established T H E PREMIER vary of SpiKF.r-tr-COLONIAL Capital t 1.000,003 COMPANY. EIRE AND MARINE RISKS TAKEN AT THE LOWEST CURRENT RATES. ASHBURTON AGENTS— Jameson and Roberts. 240 d Thomas Crompton, WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER OF GALVANISED IRON SPOUTING, RIDGE CAP DOWN PIPING, COLONIAL OVENS KITCHEN RANGES, PORTABLE WASHING FURNACES, CLOSET PANS, LEAD WASHERS, &o. TCI HAS the pleasure of informing his numerous Friends that having Re- • \J* moved into his newly-erected and extensive Manufacturing Premises in Armagh Street (Exactly Opposite his old Workshops), which have baen fitted up with the most modern appliances for the production of work in the various branches of his Business, he is now prepared to execute any order entrusted to him with despatch and and of the best quality of material, and the Lowest Price which it is possible for Steam Power and Machinery to effect. Note the Address— ARMAGH STREET Near Manchester Street, Christchurch. 283 c Anglo-American Drills. |7IARMERS REQUIRING THESE CELEBRATED DRILLS WOULD DO WELL TO ORDER THE SAME AT ONCE, AS THERE ARE ONLY A FEW LEFT. POYNTZ & CO., AGENTS. I* KSS -us —’ mm MAfj’dmm- -SJuv u a* -r WM mm. zmmri I 11 m . K Below are a few TESTIMONIALS from farmers in the district who have used these Drills “ The drill that I purchased from you has been a great success, two horses working it all day easily. It puts the seed well down, out of the reach of the birds, and is a *ie;.t saving in such. The drill is strongly built, and very much more durable than the American drill. I find that grain put in with the drill holds so firmly to the ground iiiat the birds cannot pull it up ; and when they break it off it grows again. B A. G. Earle.” “ I was liiul; pleased with the working of (he Anglo-American Drill. Two horses worked it easily. One speciality I liked with it was it cut away the rubbish well. It is easy of management, and very evenly distributes the seed. Gto. W. Leadley. “I have much pleasure in expressing my entire satisfaction with the Anglo-American Drill which I purchased from you. It is both easy of draught, distributes the seed very evenly and well, and can bo worked with equal advantage in both light and heavy land David Butterick.” “ I purchased an Anglo-American Di ill from you last season, and I am perfectly satisfied with it. It is easily managed by one man, and I can recommend it to be a serviceable drill for the colony, both for lightness of draught, strength, and durability. It will sow all kinds of seed : mangolds, turnips, grass seed, beans, and peas, and everything that a farmer wants to sow. J. Davis.” “The drill (17 coulters) I bought from you gives mo every satisfaction. There is nothin" about it as I can see I could improve. It certainly will be a most durable machine and I arn glad I took it before an American. The durability is combined with lightness : I can work it all day with three light horses ; it is easiiy managed. I have°sown wheat, oats, barley, peas, and grass seed this season, and in each good woik has bean done. Where the land was rough, I gave it one stroke of the harrows after What pleased me most was to see the grass seed and clover being sown on the top of the land at the same time the grain was drilled in ; all it required was the chain harrow. I wonder to myself now how 1 have done without such a machine so lon* as I have seen now the usefulness of it. Every farmer ought to have one of these drills. , T. Jeecoate.” Poyntz and Co, Wish to draw the attention of Farmers to the above, which GAINED HIGHER' HONORS than the McSheny at the recent Christchurch Show. J Miss Buckman rj ETURKS her most sincere Thanks to her numerous friends and cusi tomers for the patronage she has received I since coming to Ashburton, and begs most respectfully to inform them that she has now REMOVED to Christchurch, and 3 opened business as a Ladies’ Dress, 11 1 j Habit, and Underclothing Establishment, i at the corner of Victoria and Peterborough P streets, and will he moat pleased to execute any orders entrusted to her. All communications to be addressed as above. All orders will bo executed by Miss Buckman with despatch, in her well-known 7 , ste and style. 80Cd Donald Williamson GENERAL STOREKEEPER, East street, Ashburton, Hf AS always for sale a large and varied !_■ stock, which will be sold at lowest paying prices. Groceries, 'Wines and Spirits, Ironmongery, Ploughs!.! ros, and Drapery, including all requisites of the trade. Men’s and Boys’ Clothing in great variety, made up toD. W.’sown order, from Kaiapoi, Mosgiel, and Eoalyn Tweeds ; also, Colonial-made Flannels, Serges, and Blankets. D. V/, would call special attention to bis TEAS, so Jong and favorably known, and now reduced to 2s, 2s Gd, and 3s per )b. Families waited on for orders weekly. Cash purchasers supplied at wholesale prices. A heavy stock of Boots and Shoes including old colebrated make. 79d

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 625, 2 May 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 625, 2 May 1882

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