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W. GREGG AND COMPANY, PUKE BLENDED TE4S, NEW SEABON, 1888-9, N Jlb and lib PACKETS, 2lb FANCY CANISTERS and slb and lOlb TINS TEY THESE BLENDS. TRY' THESE BLENDS ©(( EAGLE \ ((^mri^ (( C L OBJ) ONE TRIAL WILL ESTABLISH THEIR CONSTANT USE. To be obtained from JOHN 088 AND CO.. EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. 9 *02 The Massey Toronto Light Binder THE ENVY OF ALL MANUFACTUEERS. THE VICTOR rFEVERY CONTEST. THE MOST SUBSTANTIALIiIEND OF THE FARMERS THIS WONDERFUL REAPER AND BINDER IS NOW ON VIEW AT OUR STORES, WEST STREET WE INVITE INSPECTION OF THIS LITTLE BUT STRONG THIB SMALL BUT GREAT THIS LIGHT BUT DURABLE MACHINE EVEBI FARMER SHOULD GO AND SEE THIS M.A-SSEY SOLID TBOE r-XCELLENT I-CONOMIOAL I IQh. m URB> I BU6TWOSTHT \f- NTIED t- FFIOIENT I IKED IMPLS \ ESIED IL.NDUJUNG L.HDLESB L-AUDEb BIDDER FRIEDLANDER BROS SOLE AGENTS FOR N.Z

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Established » ... 1859. CAPITAL ONE MILLION. THE PEEMIEE & WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COMPANY NOTED FOR PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY. FIBE AND MARINE BISKS. ALSO,— RISKS ON GROWING CROPS. TiJRESING [MACHINES, &c, accepted at lowest^current rates, GEORGE~JAMESON, AGENT, ASHBURTON Rdk liluin bi^yufeli run (*S i tt\ • S #1\ \n.Z.INDTJSTHIA.L GAZETTE 1 lWk^V fi UGVM U ■ fWjtrf^^ * ded'to by Mr, Nolson himself, jLj**f^ JL. "T r Tff :■, /E|||SnK who is = Taster of B rc4t experi- ; " " .- : B #lM2ffireT\ wk cuce, and h;u« had a special IM TUip Ma &rd?W®Bxi!MtA Y& trainint; m thi art." UN me a ym^ \ TIKAHU HERALD. |yj * '. >& fi W»n[TSTEr S l \ " TJjla •?ini deserves the snr »if fl 1^ | VJ R3 ff \ *i port .'V'sH purchasers of Toy wr\ »— £f ffa n§ls?pi*?n %as ths a -' ticle the y' ? ncr is /£> B W r^THTT\T&?^i i*% yk sup^'i^r '.j anything we .q\nJ P* iff ' £Q f^rlFfo^rW^V '^\ Ttt"M'. Nelson is a proOMV* £8 • fi.^J '^^Mtr'Wiii I r sl\ w. fcssionnl Taster and though: $ J n^ffi §S^^*\ % PRICES* COPIED £^^W^^t^^^ 21- 2/4 BY A 1 L /?? kH =*-*ur*~. : -3f ■•wnrmMTimpiiTmr >raiP/5> to <55ElY» o/o o/ ~ MMi^mf^Mj] —^^^p^t^MoH^y^4/o of-Mi^&&§itsM-?»^s-^!^;^s^^ss^s^s^swmA per lb» TO A\ Hi" .iiii&ii HHi 1/ IHi A JJi AUDXLm We ! GYO-J, HHI3TUHURCH, DUNEDIN • : £O T -N f r^ EVERYWHERE. SOLD IN ASHBURTON BY H. M. CAESpN, HENRY ZANDER ' A the principal storekeepers.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2071, 23 February 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2071, 23 February 1889

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