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» Henry Zander. HENRY ZANDER IBEG *• intimate that I kave now on hand my season's supply of BXST BINDING TWINES (MAKILA and HEMP), which are open for Inspection now, and I bay* great pleasure m stating that the quality of it exceeds last year's, notwithstanding tkat it then aye GRATIFYING SATISFACTION to all who used it. Ameng the many I point tnX the following SPECIAL ADVANTAGES :— It is manufactured m the Colonies. *. It is double-reel, and passes through the tension WITH the twist of the yarn, not AGAINST it as m other twines. (We were the firat to introduce this great improvement last year.) 3, It is wound perfectly even and firm, and runs 750 feet to the pound, and stands a strain of over laolbs. The Hemp Twine is 4-ply, and runs 980 ft to tke pound, and is also manufactured m the Colonies. As Hemp has and is still advancing, farmers frill benefit by booking tkeir orders now to late tke extra rise 1 am now booking orders for all the leading t&akers.o! EEAPEBS AND BINDFR* including McCQRMICK, MASSEY, DEER. ING, j,» etc., and beg to inform my clients that besides extras for the Masiey's Machine, 1 shall Iceep a larger stock of GENUINE McCORMICK EXTRAS this Harvest Season than any previous year, and will be glad to supply them to farmers at any HOUR, NIGHT OR DAY. A few second hand McCORMICK TWINE BINDERS on hand, guaranteed m good order. I have iutt landed ex " lonic," 20 tons be&t soft Steel BINDING WIRK of the Whitecross Brand (the favorite e-f the Farmers), and it will be of great advantage to Farmers to give their orders EARLY, as the QUALITY canntt be equalled. I HAVE ALSO IN STOCK AND TO LAND, 50 Cases Caster Oil 100 Drums Linseed Oil 100 Drums Machine Oil (including Colza, Olive and Sperm) 5 Casks Lubricating Oil lo Cases Lard Oil 25 Drums Tattoo Oil, red and black, ready for sheep branding 10 Bales best 5-ply Seaming Twine Homsbj's and Ransome's Plough Snares Hay Rakes and Hay Forks Garden Tools of every description China and Glassware Electroplated ware for Christmas presents General Station and Family Groceries Mauritius, China, and Queensland Sugars China, India, and Ceylon Teas Wines, Spirits, Ales, and Stout, etc., etc., etc. Being « direct Importer of all thejf above • named Article*, I am m a position to under* sell any local Merchant, and can put Farmers, and Stationholders on as good a footing as any Wholesale House. HENRY ZANDER, GencralJMerchant andjjmporter. IIAGBNTFOR Sua Fire Insurance Company Canton Marine Insurance Company Hctional Mutual Life| ; Association 0 Australasia;

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2012, 13 December 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2012, 13 December 1888

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