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ttiliiaiMon and freece, TAILORS AND HABIT MAKERS (Lath or Lomdok akd Birmingham \ LIVEBY ft MILITABY UNIFORMS. LADJEB' HABItFaND JACKBTB Made in the Latest Stylej 7UW.~HALL, EAtiT STEEET, ASHBURTON, ' ■ 12 138 J. C. DUNCAN. LICENSED LAND BROKER, GENERAL AGENT and ACCOUNTANT. ARCADE, ASABURTON, LICENSED to prepare Transfers, Mort. gages, Leases and every other description of Documents under "The Land Transfer Act." Loans negotiated. Money invCßtCClt Agents for The Australian Mutual Provident Society, the Largest Life Insurance Society in the British Empire, its unparalleled success being the woiider of tne world 1 Any. one who has hitherto neglected this duty of life hould interview me ae once. J. C, DUNCAN. The Victoria Insurance Company LIMITED. FIRE, MARINE, AND FIDELITY GUARANTEE. Established 1849. CAPITAL ... .... « £1,000,000. SUek and Thresher Risks accepted at Lowest Current Rates. J. C. DUNCAN, Agent for Ashburton and District. OJ NEWS TO THE FRUITGROWERS OP NEW ZKALaND TTaATI'k p »tent Soale Exterminator x*.ucu. » for Fralt T , eef> oertJ|ll| destraotlon to luaeot life, and guaranteed to restore the tree tolta aaual rigor and growth. AFTER 26 ye.rs of praotloal as peiienoe In gardening and halt growing !■ England, I have maoh pleasure In bringing before the New Zealand Fruit Growera, my Patent SOALE fcXTJSBMIN ATOE, <■•■:- which U used aocording to lnstruotioni, will bompletely destroy all Soaly Blight In whatever stage of growth it la iouad. : K any intending pnrghasera would Ilka to lee the effect of the abore on f/ulfe 1 reei they can do ao by visiting Mr Remtngton'i orchard, near Tlnwald, 'of Mr Leonard'a bxohar(|, Sonth Belt, Ash. barton, where I have been applying the Exterminator ; and if any parsons wish to have their orchards pranad they o»n hara them done Id tho most appi ov ed manoer. and the Exterminator applied with oertala suoeesi at a very amall ooat. Me J. Bizsuarxffß, saddler, Ashburton and Tlnwald la appointed my Agent for •ale of the Patent Soale Exterminator. Price per packet 10i 6i, 21» and 31s, with fall instrabtlooß for ase on eaeh ptoket. Carriage paid to any address la New Zaalind, JOHN KEEN, 4 195 Ashburton. JOHN QRR&CQ dia a TTAVJS now Lanou, 0 Onne XL from Lond an sale at Lowest Current Raton,— 8 Casks Lampa 2 Oaeka Lamp Olaaeoa end Globei 2 Uases Fenders 1 Ton Patent tihot 10 Oases Powder 20 Tons Bar Iron 1 Case Fire Irons 2 Casks Plough Chains 150 Drums Boiled Oil 50 Drums OJive Oil 4 Tods White Lead 1 Ton Bed Lead 2 Oattkß Putty 25 American Sfcoveß 50 Begiater Grates 2C Macbm S £ leß W Wei «*»« 10 Orates Fancy Crockery and Qlawware, comprising gome beautiful 40 Kegs Blue Stone I Case Perforated Zino 1 Case Leather Belting 100 Boxes Horse Naila " ' ■*■ 4 Cases Bedsteads 2 Bales Door Mate 2 Oases Cutlery % Oases Plated Goods 3 Oases Gorse rlnivea "■■"*» 5 Oaaes Wringers and Manelea " 2 Oaokß Te* and Coffee Pots 4 Oaska Bolto and Null ICasoSawß 2 Oases Hammers and Chisels 1 Case Planes 1 Cask Files and Raspe Harness and Skoe Leather In any < quantity * 6000- Yard a Sheep Netting Ex " Stella," from New York.---10 Oases Sharp Axea 5 „ Hatoheta 4 „ Oarpenten* Hammert 4 Orates Ohuros 2 Oases L.H. Shovels 2 „ Hay Forki ■ 2 „ Hay Bakes 2 „ Manure Forks 2 „ Picks 4 „ Haodlea ;- .' r v' 2,1 Slashers :..... 2 „ Goree Qrnbbera c^ 1 „ Kotohester Lamps 2 Packages Wash Boards! ; • U 2 Oaees Wringers 9 Oases Seed Bowera ■ : , 6 „ Horse Hamea, 1 „ Knifo ShArpenen 2 i, EnameJled Hdßowsiil^ •:*•«; 4,, Looks and Binges 2 Oaska Douglas Umps 2 Oases Lamp Stoves JOHN OKK AND CO AGENTS FOR MTOMICKS OELISBRiTED BINDERS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2161, 29 June 1889

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