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A %v BURTON COAL and FIKEWOuD DbPOT. K| TYEAN bege to m orm hie a\ l> frie"«lß and the ptr-lic ( ge««rsl y that he h«a secured a fresh ( ■appb of best Newca-tle coal whioh he • intenda to ee!l at Qrfß >TLY EKDU<'ED PRICES. Also m. stock — Mount Somers, MalverD, and Newcastle Coal. Firewood, Post and Ri.i'e, Stakes, Strainera, jgi-"'j e tc., Cats, Bran, Sharps, Potatoes, OhaS, Chlok wheat, etc. R. S BEAN, ' Weßt StTeot, PHOTOGRAPHERS, 218 High Street, Christchnrch. WAKANUI ROAD BOARD. "VfOTIOS U hereby given that the! J3| Brldßen m the Wakanai Road iHitrlct are UNSAFE for Traction Engine* and other heavy Weights. By order C. E. FOOKS & SON, District Surveyors. Jannaryl2tb t 1889. 1t73 JAM PRIMO. Some time since we published a smal paragraph on the unsatisfactory nature much of the jam retailed la the 0010 iy. This reached Messrs Kirkpatrlok and 00., of Nelson and they went to work m a Tery practical fashion to prove that the jams manufactured by the firm were of the beat quality. Twi/ cases of assorted jama were sent to this offioe, with a request that we would thoroughly test tbe jam along with other brands, and give oar opinion. We are happy to state, frankly and fully that we have beep very much aurpriaed, as prior to the receipt of Messrs Klrkpatrlok's gift we were nnawaro that New Zealand ooold boast of an industry of which It has bo much reason to be pruod The various aorta of jam were tested by a oomber of persons, wbo ■ompared tbe samples with other brands, (tod the general verdict is .hat not only »re Messrs JLtrkpatrlck'a productions far ted away better than any other New Zealand brapd we can obtain, but they" are superior to English jams In being fresher. Tho nearest approach to the •xceileuce of the .Kelson jam waa that contained m tins bearing the name of a Tasmanlan firm, bnt even m this comparison tbe Nelson artioie oame out a long way best. We are pleased to be able to jlva unstinted praise to a genuine local industry, the produot of whioh we can nnr«aervedly recommend to consumers. AU of the many persons who have tested Ihe samples ate loud m their praise, and we mutt nnreservedly congratulate Measri Klrkpatrlck and Oo.^npon turning out a genuine fruit jam fit to grace <ha tablei and ple»ae tbe palatea of. the most luxoriooß and fastidious. — " Hawke's Bay Herald," July 18th. Sasplas of JtirkpatrlcK and Oo's " X brand of jam hava been forwarded to vi and we are free to confess that they appear to be m every way exoellent and ' m they become better known In the local market will meet with much sppreoiation from the beads of households. The makei asserts that none but the purest fcul'i grown m Nelson are used m his manufactures, and we are content to accept hat assurance. O^Ttainly tho jam? pos doss a richness and f "an: eea ut fl»voi hat bears that ■user t*. n on*. — Do - 3< Priedlander Bros. JFriedlander Bros HAVE FOR SALE- - 1 Wood's Twine RE APES and BINDER (new this Beaton) IHORNBBI Twine do do (new last season, only oat 200 acres J fc HOWARD (itring) R& -I HoCORMIOK (string) B& B ' H Do (wire) Do ; O GBASB STRIPPERS -j Farm DRAT and FRAME H WHITEOHAPEL OART H American EXPRESS WAGGON SeetiOD 830, Cox Street Section 487, with good 6 roomed House and out— house thereon; good garden. Terms liberal. Skin Sales. WE HOLD FOETNIGHTLY SALES. . '■ or SKINS. THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. i PIANOS (by 1?: Kosener) newi : ; BILES OF j HOBSES, PIGS, CATTLE, C PBODC7OJ:, & FDBNITURE OS i SATtfRDAIS, T STOCK SALES. OK TUESDAYS. I FRIEDLANDER BROS. -.iM 1 NiTEK WILLIAMS, ..._ hr,^s : t,_^ Aootiooeir,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2056, 6 February 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2056, 6 February 1889

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