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t-übllc I^oticea WBSTERFIELD FLOUR MILLS* " fTJARMERS atid other Settlers In tbe X. Ashbarton District ate informed ■ tbat the. above Mills are now prepared to do gristing' m any qanntlty at lowest rates, and having a Firs t-Olass Millet engaged, satlefuoUon oan be guaranteed. Grain for gristing can be left at my shop In Tuncred atreet. G. J. F. LUBLOW, Proorletor. GRATEFUL— COMFO TINQ EPPS'S~^COGOA . BREAKFAST, "D V a thoiough knowledge of the nattira ■f-' laws which govern the operations o digestion and nutrition, and by a careflf application of the fine properties of well selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beyerage which may save us many heavy doctor's bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be. built up until strong enough to rssist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of sabtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure food and a properly ndurshed frame.— An article m the dint Service Gazette I ■■■■.- ■'•- ■ '' ■ . ■"■■•■••.■• Madesimply with boiling water or mil Bold m i-lb packets by Grocersjlabelled thus— s JAMES EPPS & CO., HOMCBOPATHIO OH Bill BTS >' LONDON, E& GLAND; Government life insurance ** department. LOAHB ON MOBTGAGB. fnoui time to tima * limited portion of th« lands is lent on fixst mortgage of Ireehold ■eonrity, with option of repayment by fixed Instalments, spread ovar 12, 16, or SO year* Half-yearly Payment ._._...." for each £100. Period of Iroan— ' • £ a. a. TweU)s year* •. .... B A ff. Fifteen years , .«. ... 5 8,8 Twenty years j ... .... 4 13 8 ; ■ . Loana repayable by instalments whereby principal and interest Me both liquidated within a given time, and on termß of a most favourable character, piesent markad advan•fcges to settlers and othors. . 9Dhe borrower may, before the expiry of ' : the fall period, redeem the loan, with or without notioe, on terms which can be as. •ertained at this offloe, or at any .of the offloei Of this Department.'where also forms of »p> , . plication can be obtained. • For fall particulars as to loans, apply to ttia Head and Branch Offices and Post Office! P. W FEANKIiAND. Aotuary and Prinoipal Offloer. D. M. TiTJOKIE. Oommißßionw WOULD at this Season invite the attention of their numdrous Customers and Farmers to their Improved Miljtowing Macbiifes Their NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL with POSITIVE PEED is now known and admitted *.o be the Best XO& ALL SOSIB OF LAND, and for Cheapness, Strength, and Durability ia ths Best m tna Market. TheyJiave nko this Season bronglit out a ; • NEW DRlLL. with OTJP FEED and possess- ~ ng all the best qualities of the Anglo-. American, but a Mnch ne far superior m workmanship and strength. This Maihino £hey have got up specially for the Canterbury Plains. Sampleß of both these Machine? together with BEOABCABT GEAIISf AND GKAB& SOWEKS to be seen at all their Brancnse. B. & Q.s New Zealand PORTABLE! CHAFF CUTTER and BAGGER. Several of ttatte now m this District and doing excellent work, B. & G;'s DOUBLE-FUBBOW PLOUGHS at Bednced Price as formerly advertised, Disc Harrows On tbe Newest and Most Improved Principle, and ZIGZA<? TINE HARROW^ and every requisite aor the Farm, ASHBURTON BRANOH: J. TAYLOB, Manager. W. ft COLLIER "THE CORNER," ANNOUNCES A SPECIAL PURCHASE AT A DISCOUNT OF 15 Per Cent Of New and Fashionable ULSTERS. also of BLANKETS, HOLLANDS. and CALICOES. TIBIS will be found an Exception* .1 Opportunity for Parohising NEW GOODS As tho qanntity la Limited, and cannot be, replaced, Intending Purohaßerß are requested to Inspeot the STOCK EARLI. SOLE AGENT FOR THE "STRONG- WEAR" 800 THE SOUNDEST VALUE IN ASHBURTON] W. H. COLLIER «TH E CORNER.'

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2167, 8 July 1889

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