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BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. LH TUB'S ™rEEP DIP (NON POISONOUS ) HAS PROVED I'iSELP Tv BE THE BEST, C FIEAPEST, AND SAFEST DIP IN THE MARKET. QA GOLD, SILVER, AND OTHER MEDALS, INC UDI^G G >LD OA /OU MEDAL, NEW ZEALAND IiSTERNATiONAL JXfcllß TiON. £\) LATEST TESTIMONIAL. Glens of Tekoa, Amuri, Decemter 26th, iBB3. Messrs Blackburne and Harrison, C hristch»rch. Dear Sirs,— l have used "LITTLE'S SHEEP DTP" for a number ofyears, and lam satisfied it is one of the be-t 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 danger 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 wool on those dipped being beautifully clean and bright, whereas th se which were not put -through were heavy and sandy, caused by the/r continual rubbing. I intend dipping all my flock when next mustered, and sendyou an order for eighty gallons. I may say I have found it very beneficial m apple trees affected with American and scaly blight, especially the latter.— l am, dear sirs, yours truly, Gko. W. Mcßak. LITTLE'S POWDER DIP Cheapest and Best Poisonous Preparation known. Extensively used m Australia. For further particulars, testimonials, &c, apply to George Jameson, AGENT, ASHBURTOff AND RAKAIA. 500 WANTED ashburton permanent building AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. 0 PURCHASE A DVANOea of £25 and upwards made Pf\yi~^r\'XriirTFT T % *■*■ o° Freehold Properties, repayable by •\J Kjyjjji Jji JhJuJU I Monthly, Quarterly, or Half yearly instaf. me&ts. TENTS. TENTS. TENTS. _ FLAGS, TARPAI7LINB, NETS LOANS are alnn orant«d for famA BOBSE 01 OTH [KG HALTERS .uv/amo *ra : aiuo gramea ior nxea, OILSKIN CLOTHING, ' LOIN CLOTHS P enodB i repayable by instalments at the COACH AND BUGGY APBONB, GARDEN AND DELIVERY HOSE. BORROWER'S OPTION BUTTERS, APRONTAND ELEVATORS with or without notice; For all makes of Machines. _ __ . HAMES, PLOUGH~ AND LEADING *? gal ftnd other Charges on a most CHAINS, S \DDLKRY, Etc. moderate soale. Marquee Tents, round or square, for sale am DEPOSITS receired at Highest Current onhlre. P. O'COFNELL All information onTpplioation to Al TENT DEPOT J. W. TWENTYMAN, ore Btreet, ahbirton (Next B^yal Hotel. , Manacer Offioe Tancrecl street. Look Out For Bargains! ¥.1. COLLIER'S SALE NOW PROCEEDING. 6 Psr Cent, Dlsoount For Cash. "THE CORNER." I t ' Glasgow Drapery and Clothing Company. EAST STBEET (Next PatoHinq) NEW SEASON'S TEAS. \A/B have landed Ex s,s. " Dtfcomyn," rla Melbourne. I VV 260 i-Cbests of Tea. To clear the lot as quickly I as possible, we will sell at ! Is 4(1 perlb NETT CASH, IN HALF-OHESTS ONLY. Clearing Sele of Drapery "We hive opeuel this week Seventeen ( 17) Cases of New DBAPSRY AND CLOTHING, and this Lot, with th» B .laooe of our Stock, will be oleared at LESS THAN WHOLESALES WAREHOUBE|PRIOES. As tf>e proof of the Pudding is In the eating, Gnstomersr th> R.tdy-Money persu'Bi*n are eoHcited to inspect ou Stook without being pressed to buy. WE ABE OPEN EVEBY EVENING TILL 9 O'CLOCK J. G. MACKINTOSH, Proprietor. McCALLUM & CO., IRON MONGEBS AND TIMBER MERCHANTS rTAVIMG bought a LARGE STOCK, before the BISE IN BAW MATERIAL BLUE LABEL Binder Twine Binder Twine Th« FAVORITE BRAND made In the Colony, Wollnvitelthe Farmers to foipeet the QUALITY and obtala PRICES. JUST LANDED— I 100 Drums Boiled OU 3 Casks Sperm Oil 20 Cases Lard Oil 20 Osses Castor Oil 20 Drums Ojlea Oil 3 Oasks Mixed Paints ready for 2* Bk %S?ni& a .TI P * lntß 10 ° H** l "**". Rw«k Tarlety, \l Oases BEDSTEADS, new designs, IREDUOED Pilots and at Low Prloei, 20 CASES FURNISHING & BUILDERS' IRONMONGERS AT OUR USUAL LOW PRICKS,. SOASfiS ELKCTRO-PLATED WARE, In useful ftovelties, anltable for CHBISraiAS AND NEW YEAR PRESENTS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2063, 14 February 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2063, 14 February 1889

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