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rriedlander Biob. Friedlandcr Bros 1 HAV^J FOR SALE— i IWood'a Twioe RE APE 3 and BINDER (new this Beacon) IHORNBBT Twine do do (new last season, only cut 200 acres) JT HOWARD (ttring) R&B 1 MoCOBMIOK (stiing) RJb B -I Do (wire) Do Q GRASS STRIPPERS IFarm DRAY and FRAME -J WHITECHAPEL CART -1 American EXPRESS WAGGON SeotlOD 830, Oox Street Section 487, with good 6 roomed House and out-house thereon; good garden. Terms liberal. ■■'.- * Skin Sales. WJBHOLD FOBTOIGHTLY SALES. ; ■ • ". ■ <Hr -■ ' ■ ■ ■■'■ ; skins. THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. i PIANOS (by P. Bosener) newi ■ • j SALES OF HOBSES, PIOS, CATTLE, PRODUCE, & FUBNITUBB . '"•■■■ ..y <w ■.'.'." SATTOBAY& STOGK SALES. '•• _ ' : - oKf TUESDAYS. FRIEDLANDER BROS., PETEH WILLIAMS, Auctioneer. John Orr and Co. QIXTY-FITE New McOormloks sold In Aihbnrton Jthls Seal on. One oi two ■till obtainable; The MoOORMICK Is now a Marvel of SIMPLICITY AND PERFECTION, The Lightest Draught, and yet the Strongest and most Perfect Maohlne In the World. One Ouatomer atatea he has out and tied 100 Aores with a new Machine, and deolarea he has only mlaaad two Sheaves. At last a Knotter has been made that a ohlld oan nnderatand. Why then go experimenting with Machines that have not been tested In New Zsaland. Binding Twine. 19 Tons pare Manilla, manufactured speolally to our order for the McOormiek Maohlnea. Thla Twine la the moat economical and best value In the market, AUo Peering Twine, as supplied last season. MoOORMIOK Maohlne Fittlnaa o! all kinds. ••' * Maohlne Oil, Inoludlnp Caator, Lard, Olive, Sperm, Colia, and Valvollne. 100 CASKS White Croat Binding Wire. JOHN ORR & 00.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2042, 21 January 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2042, 21 January 1889

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