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Public jxotices riENERAL PRESS AGENCI KEPOKTERSi Newspaper Correspondent and Advertising Agents, Russell Street, Melbourne, Undertake Special Reports of Public _ Meetings, Newspaper Correspondence, and Newspaper Advertising throughout the Australian Colonies and New Zealand. Communications to be addressed to Thh Manager. : N.B,— Files of Provincial Newspapers are ept for the convenience of the Agency's clients. 5 7a I A AL (* JOT X 60 nUMfAW V LIMITED, ABE PREPARED TO MAKE CASH ADVANCES ON GRAIN CONSIGNED 10 THEtft SYDNEY OH MELBOURNE j BRANCHES FOX KALE. THREE MONTHbTfREE STORAGE Fnll particulars upon application. DaLGETY & COMPANY, Limitkd, r OHRISTOHUROH. : 6t176 JAMES HESELTINE, SADDLER A DHARNESS MAKBB BUBNBTT STBIBBT (Nbxt Sooxx's Stabimj, AND AT TINWALD. WISHES to acquaint the farmers an horse-owneis of the Ashburton County, that having imported m large stock of i materials, ho is now prepsred to supply them with HORdE COVERS of superior make and quality »t very reasonable prlooj for the coming season. Quotation* on application. BADDLEEY AND HABNESB OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS IN STOCK. 3*l KEID'-*GrRA:Y-TitTOULD at this Season invite the Tit attention of their numerous Oastomora and Farmers to their , . Improved Drill Sowing Macfiines Thoir NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL with POSITIVE FEED ia now known and adthittcd to be the Best iJOtt ALL SORTS [ OF bAND, and for Cheapness, Strength, a: d Durability ia tho Beet m the Market. - They have also this Season brought oat a NBW DRILL with CUP FEED and roßaeßS. ing' all the beet qualities ot tho AngloAmerican, but a Math no far superior m workmanship and Btrength. This Machine they have goc up specially for the Canterbury Plulna. Sampleß of both these Machine* together with BEOADOAST GRAIN AND GRASS, SOWEKB to be seen at all their Branches. B. 4 G.'b New Z»alnnd PORTABLE CHAFF UUTTER and BAGGER. Several cf these now m this Dißtrict ana doing excellent work. B* & G.'b DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUGHS at Rednced Price as formerly advertised. Disc Harrows On the Newest and Moat Improved Principle, and ZIGZAG TIKE HARROWS and every iequißite for the Farm. ASHBURTON BRANCH : J. TAYLOR, Manager. ZEALANDIA BOOTS The Grandest Wearing Boota' Manufactured m the Colony. mHEBE BOOTS are now being sent for 1_: from Viotorii, Queensland, and New Bouth Wales, by customers who have had then) previously m New Zealand. Some time ago, a family who were returning to Yorkuhire were fitted oniwitb " Zealandia" Boots, by a large Storekeeper 1 and they wrote to cay that their •' Zealandia 0 Boots oaueed a deal of discussion m the Old Country," and they Btoutly maintained that no finer wearing boots could bo made m England. Since w ting, these Colonists, have returned to New Zealand, and have informed us that their boy 1 wore a pair of tho " DEPENDABLE SO BOOL BOOTS while going Home ; all the time at Home ; while returning ; and has since worn them at school for two I months, and the Boots are perfeot yet Every other pair ftavo equal satisfaction £hore is no greater economy th^D m buying " Zealandia" Bo|ots, and remember that none are genuine unless branded on the sole I'ho ealandia Knot Btoro runs this Brand, and every pait h guaranteed Has also the largest assortment of Engeh Boots at all priooa. We sell at the loweit Dunedin ana (Jhrletchuroh priooa, and wo aro never beaten* I 1 All Goodß marked m plein fignres. I ZEALAND;! 6 {BOOT STOJRJM

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 13 June 1889

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