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"j BY ROYAL LETTERS P \TENT. 2 LI ITLE'S "SHEEP DIP „ ' (NON-P. HjONOUS ) HAS PROVED I'iSELr? To BB THE BEST, CHEAPEST, AND SAFEST DIP IN THE MARKET. t OA GOLD. SILVER, AND OTHER MEDALS? INCLUDING GO-D OA _ 6\J MEDAL, NEW ZEALAND INTERNATIONAL IX 818 .TION. 4i\) „ LATEST TESTIMONIAL. , Glens of. "tekoa, Amuri, December 26th, 1888. Messrs BlAckburne and Harrison, 6hristch»rch. ■ 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 which infest stock of any kind. It destroys all insect life without any daoger of poisoning the animal itself; I only dip. Ed my ewes and lambs at weaning time last season, and the result was very marked, the weol on those dipped being beautifully clean and bright, whereas th^se I which were not put through were heavy and sandy, caused by thefr continual rubbing. I intend dipping all my flock when next mustered, and send you an order for eighty gallons. * m f7 " T * "»** found it very beneficial m apple trees affected with American and scaly blight, especially the latter.— l am, dear sirs, yours truly, Geo. W. Mcßab, ! LITTLE'S POWDER DIP ; Cheapest and Best Poisonous Preparation known. Extensively used m Australia. For further particulars, testimonials, &c«, apply to George Jameson, , AGENT, ASBBURTON AND RAKAIA. j ASHBURTON PERMANENT BUILD- ptOH W A TJ r PTi!TI ING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. OUU \V JXXH ±JhU ADVANOES of £25 and upwards made TO PURCHASE on Freehold Proper! jfls, repayable by Bat ' 7U^ i-stafT p. O'COJ-mELL'I LOANS a ? e alsT^granted for fixed FLA™* 8, TtSSSSm^m periods, repayable by instalments at the HOBSE CLOTHING, HALTBBS OILBEIM CLOTHING. LOUT OLOTHB BORROWER'S OPTION OOAOH AND BTJQQ-Y A PROS 8, GABDEN AUD DELIVERY HOSB. with or without notice. butters, aphoncTahd blbyaTorb t— ,-1 —j -v -„_ For all makes of Machines, juegai and other Charges on a most — — moderate scale. HAMES, PLOUGH AND LEADING CHAINS, SADDLERY, ETO. DEPOSITS received at Highest Current « «• . ■ T~ . 1 3 -atas. c.-"«»* wui«uv Marquee Tents, round or square, for sale as<! on hire. All information on arr^oatlon to p # O'CONNELL J. W. TWfcNTYMAN, Ai'tENT DEPOT Manager Office Tancred atreet. oore Street, ahbartoa (Next Boyal Hotel, Look Out For Bargains ! W. E COLLIER'S SALE NOW PROCEEDING. 5 Per Oent. Discount For Cash. "THE CORNER." Glasgow Drapery and* Clothing Company. EAST STREET (Next Patching) NEW SEASON'S TEAS. "TTTE have landed Ex.s.s. " De'eomyn," v T a Melbourne, YV 260 i-Cbests of Tea. To clear the lot ai quickly aa possible, we will sell at Is 4d per lb NETT CASH IN HALF-CHESTS ONLY. O earing Sale 'of Drapery We htve openel this week Seventeen (17) Oases of New DRAPERY AND CLOTHING, and this Lot, with the Balance of our Stock, will be cleared at LESS THAN WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE PRICES. Aa tbe proof of the Pudding is In the eatiog, Costomersr of thi R«sdy-Money persuasion are solicited to inspect ou Stook without being pressed to buy. WE ABE .OPEN EVERY EVENING TILL 9 O'OL J. G. MACKINTOSH, Proprietor. McCALLtTM &CO., IRON MONGERS AND TIMBER MERCHANTS TTAVING bought a LARGE STOCK, before the RISE IN RA W MATERIAL BLUE LABEL Binder Twine Binder Twine The FAVORITE BRAND made m the Oolony, We Invttelthe Farmers to Inspect the QUALITY and obtain PRIOES. 'JUST LANDED— 100 Drums Boiled Oil 8 Casks Sperm OU 20 Oases Lard Oil 20 Oases Castor Oil 90 Drums Ojlsa Oil 3 Casks Mixed Paints ready for 1 Cask Patent Enamel Paints 100 Registers, great varletv at 5 Oases BEDSTEADS, new designs, {REDUCED Prices and at Low Prioes. 20 CASES FURNISHING & BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY AT OUR USUAL LOW PRICES. SOASES ELEOTRO-PLATED WARE, In n.ful Novelties, suitable for CHRIBTMAS AND NEW YEAR PRESENTS. AP.WIUa, ... .... Ue»»f^

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2058, 8 February 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2058, 8 February 1889

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