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COLDSTt.EAM HOaD BOARD. T-NDERS are invited for works on o»H«treum Road. Spec'.fic»tlone tiny bo f- ■ n nf. tho "Gnardiau Cffije,' .id at AJk is oumsh's, Hlnas. B. H. DOBBON, *IG4 Chatrm ' . £20 KEWAJRD WIU be ptld to the Kbeepnnnor who can prove that Brooke's PERFECT SHEEP DIP Is not Siip'rlor to COOPER'S OR LI tTLH'S SHEEP DIP k\/HY Tnen send mouey, oui of the V V oonntry when you b»vo positively A BETTER DIP made m your own dlßtrlC As I Am my own agent m AehburtOD, I intend giving Shipowners the boncfit, atid will supply to Customers In the Ashu ton County only at 60s per cas-, empties to he returned. At this price It Ib c jnsiderab'y cheaper than Ooopec'a, and tiao cheaper thaa Little's when that D>'p s used 1 to 80 TESTIMONIALS. School pf a oriouitukb, Lincoln, J*nnary 9. 1889.— -I have usud Brooke't "Perfect" Sheep Dip for tbe pant two seasons mrd am veiy raooh pleased with the resnlt, my sheep baing boib years very clean at shearing time, end the wool In giod oonditlon,— Yoora faithfully, W. E. Ivy, Director. Webx Eybbton, Maroh 18, 3885 — I used Bruoke'u "Perfect" Fheep Dip lnst season and wi»b very satli fied with It; I. fact, the wool tun.cd out beyond my ex potation The sheep, although mixed with others oudipped, kept free frcm vormin. I oan rpcommond the Dip wltb pleasure. — B. J. Bokkell MANUFAOTURKD ONLY BY C M.BROOKE ASHBUKTON. W.H. COLLINS & CO. IRON, TIMBBP, AND Coal Merchants EAST S TREET. HAVING p-rohaned tbe Iron, Timber, nnd Coal Business of Messrs MoOalltjm akd Co. we beg to noti f y to Cuetoaors and the General Pubiio that we shall at all times do our utmoßt to meet their requirements at the Lowest Possible Prices, and any orders entrust d to us for execution will receive prompt attention. We have m stock and to arrive,— All kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL, Red, White, and Black Pine. Totara, V.DiL., Baltic, and Kauri Timbers, Flooring, Match Lining, Doors; Sashes, Roofing Iroo, Wire Nails, Ridging, Spouting, < ement, Lime, Fencing Wire, Posts, btakes, Gatei, - Hordeß, &c, &o. Coal. Coal, NEWCASTLE, WEBTPORT, AND MALVERN COALB We are Belling at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES per ton NEWCASTLE COAL at £*gg By tbo Truck at *^Qg Your orders aro solicited and Inspection Invited. W. H. Collins & Co (Late McCALLUM & CO.) Iron, Timber, and Coal Merchants EAST STREET. A Line of Damaged Roofing Iron for Bale cheap, 3+157 AuctionsSATURDAY, MARCH 30th. SPECIAL^ ENTRY. MR T, BULLOCK has received instructions to Sell by Pabllo Auotlon at the Arcade on the above date, 1 PIANO, walnut frame ; trichord ; iron back ; nearly new. Sale at 11,30 T. BULLOCK; Anotfoneer, SALE OF SURPLUS LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, AT MABONAN STATION YARDS, South Hinds. MILER and Co. have received instructions from Charles J. Harper, Esq., end others, to SELL BY PUBLIO AUCTION, AX THK MARONAN STATION YABI>B, SOUTH HINDS, ON MONDAY, APEIL 1, LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, Aa follows — SHEEP. OAAA FIRSTCLAES MERINO EWES 700 TW °- TOOTH OROSSBREDS OAAA FIRST CROSS LAMBS On aocount of Hon. W, JBr Poter r/AA MERINO EWES HoIsES. 0 HACKS AND LIGHT HARNESS 0 faORSES. 6 CARRIAGE and HARNEBB HORSES lining 3 years old unbroken CATTLE. JQ HEAD OF MIXED CATTLE PIGS. m GOOD BACONERS IMPLEMENTS American drill, broadoast sower, with chain harrows Carnbridgo rollor. with turnip Bower ond harrows attaohod Diep? harrows, wlt)t turnip sower and hnrrowH attuohpd Screening machine, grain and seeds, tine harrows Portable forge, woolpress Phaeton buggy, m perfect order, apecially built for the country, Lady'a saddle, gootleman'a ditto (English) Cart taddle, leading harness House on wheels, sundries. A coaoh will meet the uptrale from Timaru at Binds. Also the Express train from Ohristchurob on the morning of April Ist, to convey purchasers to the Maronan Yards and take them back iv tjmo to patch, trains, after th,e sale, The 8&lo of Implements and Sundries will commence at 11 .30 sharp. Lunoheon will be served after the sale of implements and tbe sale of Sheep; Cattle, etc., will oommenoe at 1 p.m. punctually. GEO.' JAMESON, Agent, StlOQ J. T, FORD, AuoUoptor,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2096, 28 March 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2096, 28 March 1889

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