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Public Notices. BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. BEFORE baying Boots and Shoes, eto, »■'""'■ '"■■ i " il o»U and inspeot our Olearing prices. rin nnr tt'ci utn?Ti i T> TiTD wm be *° y° ur ■awntage.— h. o. JU I1 ± JjJDJ O h O Ilijhr Ul £ Skobbs, Melford House, (NON-POISONOUS ) ■' ■'■■■■■■ 1 TXT 1 • T A^ prepared to purchase WOOL of HAB PROVKDriSELFTO BE THE fll *" e ? crl P tlon(r » ln an f q u » nti *F •* BEST, CHEAPEST, AND SAFEST DIP IN THE MARKET. U "" ° ptlCe<> ' g. bisskt. „., . Residence and Office— Tancrod street HA GOLD, SILVER, AND OTHER' MEDALB, INCJr.OBISG GOLD OA Eait - 6\J WBDAL, NEW ZEALAND ItSTERNATIONAL FXBIB.TION. Z\l Store (Mr G. Jameson's) West street. WU 11 S8 LATEST TESTIMONIAL. : — Glens of Tekoa. Amuri, December 26th, iBB3. ivrrriXT" rrtArti uatttt? Messrs Blackburnb and Harrison, Christch»rch. IN Ji W V^^J/iCJrI JsxJ U1 H» Dear Sirs,— l have used "LITTLE'S SHEEP DIP" for a number of years, and lam satisfied it is one of the bet Dips m use; it is a certain cure for ticks or any other insects /■>* «mp ATS * which infest stock of any kind. It destroys all insect life without any danger of poisoning the %j( J3L g Jf\ | [ ISOTLt animal itself ; I only dipped my ewes and lambs at weaning time last season, and the result * " was very marked, the wool on those dipped being beautifully clean and bright, whereas th-'se T>BOPBIETOB of Methven Llfery which were not put through were heavy and sandy, caused by thefr continual rubbing. I X Stables, begs to Inform the publio intend dipping aft my flock when next mustered, and send you an order for eighty gallons, of the Methveu and AaVbnrtnn Districts, I may say I have found it very beneficial m apple trees affected with American and scaly tha he will on SATURDAY 9h Fab blight^ espeoally the latter.-I am, dear sirs, yours truly, tMt rann i n g a pongee O a »bh front Gko - w - Mcßak. Methven to A^bburton on Tuesdsya and LITTLE'S POV\^DER DIP »»S rtß ; 6t " Cheapest and Best Poisonous Preparationjuown. Extensively used m Australia. p.^Tand o^rs tl/e/u/lyTttended to. For further particular, testimonials, &o M apply to 2 **° George Jameson, agent, Williamson and EL Preece, ASHBUBTON AND BAKAIA. tailors and habit makers (Lath of London amd Birmingham.) . i LIVERY & MILITARY UNIFOBMa S»i ffl S^ 500 WANTED LA S.?t.?f^S^ ra A DVANOEB of £25 and upwards made TO PURCHASE T? ART a r,i pl7t< m A on Freehold Property, repayable by BABI BIJtJiJil, Monthly, Quarterly, or Half yearly instal- T* riTTnVnVrMT T?i Nexfc to Ooorthouse, >ent B . _ JT.KJ \^yjJMSJltXjljl ABHBUBIOIf, periS^SnSibta 11^ SS£! JV m^! TB ' TA^D B LINS™ T |Errß And at 6? Oolombo-sTreet, OhrUtehu W b. penoas, repayable by instalments at the HORSE CLOTHING, HALTERB 12 !M ™«~ «, OILSKIN CLOTHING, LOIN CLOTHS BORROWER'S OPTION COACH AND BUGGY APRONS, — GABDBN AND DELIVERY HOBB. ■ ' , ~ i with or without notice. bUTIBRB, APROnT"aND BLBVaTOBB COal. UOal. Legal and other Charge, on a most Fw *" ""ll* M * cbinei * x htyß Iwt ta IT lnto ST ook moderate aoale. HAMEB, PLOUGH AND LEADING ] STOCK — OHAINB, SADDLERY, ETO. O£CA rp^-nn ' DEPOSITS received at Highest Current „ 4 T" M , a <^°" XOIIS ratea. 6 Marquee Tents, round or aquare, for sale an^ All information oTT P1 'Nation to P. O'C^NELL VEBY SUPERIOB COAL J. W. TWBSNTYMAN, AITFNT TJFPnT From NEWCASTLE Per "Larllna. 1 Manager ai ** Ja *v x — . . Onloe Tancnd street. °°» Street, rtbarton (Next Royal Hotel. THE STRIKE IS OVER AND PRICKS ABB HOW — — - T — — ' Reduced Considerably. Parohaiera are advlitd to call at MY 1 ■ ■ ■ ■ . i YABDS. Look Out Tor Bargains ! JOHN G."RESTELL BINDING WEBB. W. H. COLLIER'S SALE A JZITZZ-. NOW PROCEEDING. . BINDING TWINE* —- — MANILLA OF THE VEBY BEST. S Per Cent. Dlsooont Fof Oaih. A , „"77. .'. . Also the Celebrated « V TT-P mRNPR " LUBLINE HEMP. X -tL Hi OUrCJM HIXV,. This Twine Is the Cheapest per sett ><>>^___ > __________^^ Farmers are advised to give it a fair trial '• JOHN G^RESTELL. mm John Orr and Qo. Glasgow Drapery and Clothing Company. BAST STREET (Next Patching) —*/',-'■■ V-r^*^** NEW SEASON'S TEAS. \ArE have landed Ex r.b. " De'comyn," v T s Melbourne, irt^^ffwSßaLMßßljc^H^afiwßk YV 250 i-Cho B t fl of Tea. To dear the lot ax quickly Im^^^^^^^^^^Bl J-El XXAxiC — vxl OiO X tt V/£iliXt C earing Sale 'of Drapery We hive opened this week Seventeen- (17) Cases of New DRAPERY AND CLOTHING, yd this Lot, with the McCORMICK BINDEBS. 1 Balance of our Stock, will be cleared at LESS THAN WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE PBIOEB. _, Ai tbe proof of the Pudding is In the eatlag, Customersr of tha Reidy-Money pereupsi-jn are solicited to inspect ou fflHElTNew Zealand Supply Stock without being pressed to buy. L exhausled|we have a few WE ARE OPEN EVERY EVENING TILL 9 O'CL J. G. MACKINTOSH, 6-f66t MacMil63 Proprietor. 3 NOW LANDING FROM SYDNEY Imhesutk Afkioatiok NscissiftT McCALLUM &CO., JOHNOER&CO. IBON MONGEBS ANB TIMBER MERCHANTS * for AAhnlMi TTAVINQ bought % LARGE STOCK, before the RISE IN RAW MATERIA L BLUE LABEL Binder Twine Binder Twine The FAVORITE BRAND made In the Colony, Binding TwittC. W«Jnvlte|the Farmeri to Inspeot the QUALITY and obtain PRICES. 12 Tons pnre Manilla, manufaotoi*? speolally to our order for the McOormii) 1 Machines. This Twine Is the most TITBT TANTiTrn •> economical and best value In tha market. 100 Drums Boiled Oil 3 Casks Sperm Oil Also Deerlng Twine, ai supplied 1m 20 Oaies Lard Oil 20 Oases Onstor OU season. 80 Drums Colza Oil 3 Casks Mixed Paints ready for 1 Cask Patent Enamel Paints 100 Registers, great variety, at "— 5 Oases BEDSTEADS, new designs, IREDUOED Prices and at Low Prices. McOORMIOE Machine Fittings of til kinds. 1 Maohfne Oil, Including Oastor, Latd, Olive, Sperm, Cola*, and Talvollne. 20 CASES FUBNISHING & BUILDEBS* mONMONGfEBY AT OUR USUAL LOW PIUOES. m OA&ES mUe Oroii Blnatog Wfatt SOASES ELECTROPLATED WARE, In useful Novelties, suitable for TfiTTN fiPR Xr CO W CHBISriIiAS AND NEW YEAB PBESENTSL **

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2056, 6 February 1889

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