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WilJiamson and Preece, TAILORS AND HABIT MAKERS (LAXS 01 LOKBOV AHD BIBBOffGHAM LIVEBY ft MILITARY UNIFOBMBL LADIES' HABITS AND JACKETS Made m the Latest Stylet. lUWNIiALL, BAST STREET, A S HB U RTONi -. „'fs? 12 138 . . ■- v . * 1 J. C. DUNCAN. LICENSED LAND BROKER, GENERAII ■ ACJEJNT and ACCOUNTANT. ARCADE, ASABURTON, LICENSED to prepare Transfers, Mortt gages, Leases and every other description of Documents under «• The Land Transfer Act." Loans aegotiated. Money invested^ Agcute lor The Australian Mutua. I iOvident society, the Larger i.,ie Insurance buciety m the british Empire, its uuparaJeled success being the wonder of tae world I .ivyOne who has hiiherto neglected this duty oi life hould interview me ac once. J..C. DUNCAN. tk Victoria insurance Company r LIMITED.- _■.;.•; .; Established 1849; CAPITAL -1..' ~^ SUck and Thresher Risks accepted at Lowest Current -Rates. ■• Agent for Aahburton and District, "''■..- ' . ■„ ". 00 NEWS TO THE FRUITGROWERS OF NEW ZEALAND KGeil'S Exterminator AAiWU. K> for FtuU eee^ oMtaJ|l deitrootiou to iuaeot life, and gaarantee4 to restore the tree tolta usual vigor and growth. AFIER 26 y e "aTT 0 f praotfoal ex peilenoe m gardening and fruit gcowlog m England, I have much pleaaute io bringing before the Neir Zealand Fruit Growers, my Patent SOALE iiXlliißailciATOß, which ii used aooording to, inßttootloni, will oowpieteJy destroy all SoiUy Biightin whatever stage of growth it is found. If any Intendiog.parchasera wonld ilka td ace the effeot bf the r abpre on fruit iteea they; can do so by Mb Remington's orchard, near Tlnwaid. oe fllrlAonacd'a orchard,- 80'ath Belt f Ash. barton, where I have been applying tha Bxtenataiuorij and i£ any perionii wish to have their owaaeds praned they o»n have them dono In the most approved manner, and the Exterminator' applied with certain suocteM at a very small cost; •' Us. J. liKsßLxuns, Baddier.Aflhburton and Tlowaid is appointed my Agent foi sale of the Patent Soale Exterminator. Price per packet 10* BJ, 21a »nd 31.. with lull Inttinetions for aie on eaaa p».oket. O.rriago paid to any addren In New Zealand, JOHN KBBN, * 195 Ashborton. JOHN ORR & CO. HAVE now^aqding, el "Hetmone . from Louda.,, u^d en >„h: hi Luvvcat Current Kates, — 3 Caeka Lumpn 2 Uuatis J^'enauro 1 Ton. fa.cut biioi 10 Caaea Powder 20 Tons Bar Iron 1 CageJfire irons 2 Casks Plough Ohaina 159 Druma Boiled Oil 50 Diums Oiive Oil 4 i'ora White Lsad 1 TonßedLead 2 Otwks Putty 25 American Stoves 60 itegister Orates & 2 Caßks fccalea andi Weighing Machines : w 10 Crates Fancy Crockery and Glassware, comprising some beautiful Tea bets and Toiletware 40 Kegs Blue Stone 1 Caae Perforated Zino 1 Case Leather Belting 100 Boxes iiorse JNaila 4 Cases Bedsteads 2 Bales Door Mats ;u&a 2 Caeca Cutlery „^r** 2 Oaseß Plutea Goodß 8 Caaee Gorse Knives f(|jg§g!E7*** 5 Caaes Wringeia and ManglisT" 2 Casks Tea und Coffee Pots ' 4 Casks Bolts and Nuts 1 Case Saws 2 Cases Hammers and Chisels 1 Case Planet} 1 Cask Files and Kaspa 1 Case Brace Bits and Auger* Copper Boilers Barbed and PJaln Fencing Wire 2 Oases Copper Biveto Harness and Shoe Lasther In any quantity * 5000 Yards Sheep Netting Ex " Etella," from New "Xork.-^ I<3 Cases Shatp Axes 5 „ Hatchets 4 „ Carpenters' Hammers 4 Crates Oburus 2 Oases L.H. Shovels 2 „ Jtlay Forks 2 „ Hay Rakes 2 „ Manure JPorka 2 „ Picks 4 „ Handles 2 „ Slashers 2 „ Gorse Grnbbers 1 „ Kotcheater Lamps 2 Packages WashJßoards 2 Caees Wiiogera d Caaea Seed Bowers 6 1, Horse Hamea 1 „ Knife Sharpeners 11 2 „ Enamelled flollowara 4 „ Looks and Hinges 2 Casks Douglas Lamps 2 Oaaes Lamp Stovea JOM ORR AND CO AGENTS FOR MTOMICKS • OELEBR4TED BINDERS. f [

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2160, 28 June 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2160, 28 June 1889

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