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T\ A LQ E T V & jtO^M PAN 7 LIMITED, ABE PREPARED TO MAKE CASH ADVANCES ■.' .'■••.' ' -• ON: : '- ; -■ i OBAIN O0H8I«J»BD'XO THBIB SYDNEY OR MELBOURNE BRANCHES FOR SALE, THREE MONThFfREFJ STORAGE Foil particulars upon appllcatlot)^ DALGETY& COMPANY, Limitk),--OHRIBTOHUROH. JAMES HESELTINE, SADDLER A D HARNESS MAEEB BuBNBTT STBEBT (Nbxt Sootx's Stabim), AND AT TINWALD. IT7ISHES to acquaint the an f V - horse-ownera of- the Ashbnrtoa County, that having imported a Urge stock of mataelals, ho Is now^pnpared to supply them with HORSE COViSRS of superior make and quality «t very reasonable price, for the coming season, Quotations on application. ....... , &imtMRY AND HiitNESS OF ALE IN STOCK. B*l4 NEW A UTUMNAIW WiMER FASHIONS S. W. A^ & 0° HAVE now. Opened up a Cto^iojßort'|at Hlw o db^bs Forthe Season. New Jackets, New Short Dolmans, Raw TTliters, ladiea'i Mmda^aßcnp^jßD%! Newest 'Styles m Lodiaa' and OhlWreaV^Hite, New French bress Scuff, New Dress Tweeds, New Plushes, Feathers -and Flowers, Blankets ( Flannew, Bhwtinga^4oo .-;^ ,-j^-, .^^ B^T YALUB~?B00t7BABLB AT : - s. ir. £i&om j & bo. • '• __ *** ■ ■ . .■ ■ ■■ " JBAfiT BTBBBT. -■ :: ■•■••: ; '-;*r.-'v . ; - :... . ,--'taoo " ■'■■'i- ■;:■■■- • •/; ■■?■■■ ---'v \*K mv* P. agricul^dbal' im^le&Snt •: _ jvia.kebs .. ..-.. ,:, CHRISfOHUROH AND ASHBURTON i/iROM thlB ; da>e the following will be the prloo of our ploughs'.— ' ~ :--■..-.. • . r ...... Double furrow with skeltbs ... 15 10 0 Three furrow... ...... ■> ... 21 10 0 Dlaooont 2^ per cent for oaah. DRlLLS— Combined Manure and Seed Drills. Turnips put m with this drill are an assured success. We are making foi this season a New Grain Drill on th Anglo-American principle, particularly suitable fot this country. Farmers should Iriopeot this drill before toying aloe where DIGGER PLOUGHS- We are making Improved ploughs of this description. We also convert ordinary ploughs to Digger* at alowprloe. ' Fittings for Threshing Maohines, snoh as Concaves, Drums, Shaker Shafts, Brasses. Made and repaired. Every kind of machinery repaired oo the shortest notloe. J, SEIR, Manager, Willis Street, Aahburton. ZEALAOIA BOOTS The Grandest Wearing Boot* Manufactured m the Colony. npHESE BOOTS are now being sent for ; L from Victoria, Qoeenoland, end New : South Wales, by customer* who have had ' them previously m New Zealand. Some time ago, a family who were re* turning to Yorkshire were fitted out with i " Zealandia" Boots, by a large Storekeeper and they wrote to Bay that their *' Zealandia" Boots caused a deal of disoussion m the Old Country," and they stoutly maintained that no finer wearing boots oould be made m England. Since w ting, these Colonists have returned to New 3 Zealand, and have informed us that their « boy wore a pair of the "DEPENDABLE BOHOOL BOOTS while going Home ; all the time at Home ; while returning ; and has since worn them at school for two months, and the Boots are perfect yet Every otner pair gave equal satisfaction There is no greater economy than m buying " Zealandia" Boots, and remember tHat none are genuine unless branded on the sole )l The oalandia toot Store runs this h Brand, and every pair is guaranteed. R Has also the largest assortment of Eng* 1 Bh Boots at all prices. &' We cell at the lowest Dunedin and M Chrißtcuurch prices,, and we are never R- beaten. 1* All Goods marked m plain figures; i ZEALANDIA - BOOT STORE E Aflir nTl P rllrk M

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2145, 7 June 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2145, 7 June 1889

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