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N.Z. Grain and Mercantile Co. n HE NEW ZEALAND GRAIN 1 AGENCY & MERCANTILE CO., LIMITED, With which is Incorporated the Business of Misses P. Cunningham & Co., and Messes Eoyse, Stead & Co. The New Zealand Grain Agency and Mercantile Company, Limited, have pleasure ir, notifying that from and after ist FEBRUARY, They are prepared to transact all descriptions of GRAIN & SHIPPING BUSINESS. THEY WILL ALSO INDENT AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS, And other Goods, Upon the most Satisfactory Terms, and will make Fixed or Temporary Advances ON FREEHOLD ESTATE OK GROWING CROPS At Low est Current Rate of Interest. Offices—TRIANGLE (Superintended by G. G. STEAD.) Offices-LICH FIELD STREET (Superintended by P. CUNNINGHAM.) W. HORNE, Agent, Ashburton. rjT O F A R MSER S. Wheat Shipments TO THE UNITED KINGDOM OR CONTINENT OF EUROPE. The New Zealand Grain Agency and Mercantile Company, Limited, are prepared to make LIBERAL ADVANCES Against Wheat placed in their hands for Shipment to the London, Liverpool, or the Continental Markets, FARMERS’ PARCELS Will have the personal attention of Mr P. Cunningham and Mr G. G. Stead, and will be forwarded by THE COMPANY’S LIKE OF SHIPS, Direct to their own Brokers. Shippers are thus enabled to avoid tho delay and consequent expense which is incurred when shipments pass through intermediate channels before reaching the brokers. The advantages and economy of being in direct communication with high-class experienced brokers, whose sole business is the disposal of grain, must be obvious. Mr Stead, during his recent visit to Europe, made arrangements by which many improvements will be effected in the DISPOSAL OF GRAIN IN THE HOME MARKETS And amongst others, PROMPT ACCOUNT SALES AND THE LOWEST SCALE OF CHARGES Will be a special feature. GEORGE G. STEAD, Managing Director, Triangle Office. V CUNNINGHAM, Consulting Director, Lichfield street Office. W. HORNE, Agent, Ashburton. OATS, BARLEY, &c. The NEW ZEALAND GRAIN AGENCY and MERCANTILE COMPANY, LIMITED, are Purchasers OF WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, RYE GRASS, Ac., AT THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Grain Samples. WHFAT, OATS, AND BARLEY The New Zealand Grain Agency and Mercantile Company, Limited, will feel obliged if farmers will submit full sized samples of grain, when offering it for sale, as its natural weight will be tested, to enable the FULL INTRINSIC VALUE to be paid for High-Class Samples. Apply to GEO. G, STEAD, Managing Director, At the Company’s Office, Triangle; or t P. CUNNINGHAM, Consulting Director, At the Company’s Office, Lichfield street, W. HORNg, , _ Agent Ashburton,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 626, 3 May 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 626, 3 May 1882

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