I TO THE PUBLIC OF AsjqBURTON | AND DISTRIOT. ! Wauchop & Co., GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, LAED AND FINANCIAL AGENTS, ARE prepared to do business for Clients at Lowest Rates. Grain, Wool, and all Farm Produce sold punctually, and account sales rendered promptly; Goods bought for Clients m the best markets, and forwarded without delay. Loans negotiated for sums from £10 to £10,000 on freehold seoUrlty, Liens on Crops, Wool, and other seourlty. All business strictly private. WAUCHOP & CO., 224 Hereford Street, Christohuroh,
THAVE this season a very large quantity of Forest and Fruit Trees, Comprising Abies DouglaslH, Menzlesil, White Spruce, Norway Spruce, PJinus Insignis, Larloio, Austrlaoa, Ponderoaa» Maorooarps, Lawsonlana, Wellington^, Larch, Silver Blrob, Oak, Laurels, Hollies, all kinds of Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, etc Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Gooseberries, Ourrants and Cabbage Plants, etc ,of all kinds. lam prepared, aa'uaus], to Plant by Oontraot and rephoe for twelve months at lowest rates.
Maorocarpa Fenoes planted oheap, as I have a very large stock. Inspection invited. Price list on application; All orders carefully and securely packed and delivered at Railway station for whioh no oharge is made* N.B .—Note the address, JAMES PORTER, Nurseryman, Oiifton Norsery, 81 AUenton, Ashburton.
S* jD # O c t m o v r, SURGEON DENTIST, 215, Colombn Street (new Buildings near corner of Gloucester Street.)
Established ... ... ... 1869 SCALE OITcHARGES : Extraction, 2s 6d per tooth j Fillings, 5s per tooth.
A reduotlon made where a number require attending to.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH. The charges for Artificial Teeth are n?ad< with a view to strict economy, regulated by such circumstances as oases present, or suoh materials as patients prefer. Particulars given on application. Consultation free. Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas) administered when required. Attendanoe, 9a.m, to 6 p.m.
215, Colombo Stbebt, Chbistohtjkoh. 8 167
DB. CHURCHILL'S Syrup of Hypophosphite of Lime prescribed by the faculty for the cure of Consumption, Chronic Oough and General Debility.
IT contains two of the principal In* gredlents necessary for building up the Human Frame, and whioo are considered deficient m the above complaints, vJe., Phosphorus and Lime. It cannot be too highly recommended for Delicate Children,
Dr. Churchill's Compound Syrup oi
HYPOPHOSPHITES Is real Brain Food, and m oases of Muscular and Nervous Exhaustion he* acquired a world-wide reputation. Eaoh bottle bears D*. Churchill's signature. Prioe, 4fr Prepared only by Swan, Chemist, sua io MARROW Tailor & Outfitter . I EAST SIREET] Mt BANK NEW ZEALAND IMPOBIASX BEDTJCTION
IN PBIOEB OF REID & GRAY'S Two and Threejurroi Ploughs. PLEASE NOTE that from date hereof our DOUBLE and TBEBL* FUBBOW PLOUGHS will be ONE POUND LESS than Catalogue Prioes , and observe that -BAILAGB 18 PAID BY US To any Station on the Hurunui-Bluff r mainline of railway ; or FREIGHT ,IS PAID BY US To any main port ot New Zealand, as per; 1 Catalogue.' "'
BEID AND GBAY were awarded FIRST OBDER OF MEBIT AND SPECIAL MENTION by the Jurors at the recent Melbourne Exhibition ; and at that of 1880---81, BEID AND GRAY not only won the only Gold Medal for Double«furrow Ploughß awarded to New Zealand, but from amongst all the Ploughs m the Exhibition, from the leading English, American, and Colonial makers, their Plough bo excited the admiration ol the Jurors that it ' was, singled out for Sieclal Commendatory Reference ia their official report, aa follows : — "In Ploughs, there is one exhibit to which -we wish to draw special attention, as being the best, and that is the Double Furrow of BEED AND GBAY, of Dnnedin, New Zealand. In finish and construction it is far superior to any other."— See Jurors' Beport, page 125. F BEID AND GBAY. Dnnedin, 18th March, 1899.
BEID AND GBAY ABE THE LARGEBT MAKEBB OF Iron Fencing Standards "Which tKey cut and punch to any size and euaee from tbe Best Quality Standard Iron. No inferior iron kept, Nett weight delivered,
s charged. Get Qaotatioss from Doaedw or any ot oar Branch*,
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