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D. Thomas. ~— — IPILE-DRIViNG MACBINK, oomplete. For Particu'ars Apbly to D. THOMAS, a^ — « _^-r— i-t-h *"*-«*^r-a--~-*-'-«*** wwtlMWI *»-'-- > D. Thomas, (Late of Matson, Cox and Co.), A UOTIONEER, LAND, INSURANO and ESTATE AGENT, VALUATOR, WOOL AND GKAIN BROKER ASHBUBTON. Loans negotiated, Weekly Sales of Llvo Stook, Tinwald an Ashburton alternately Fortnightly Sales of Sheepskins, Fat Bides, etc., on FRIDAYS Pales of Wool throughout the Season Gr»fo Bought and Sold on Commission Oia-ufag Sue* as per arrangement ■r T HAVE. SPLENDID SAMPLES Of TARTARIAN OATa BYE COBN Awr. OAPE BABLEY FOR SiLF. . _ D. THOMAS SCRUB EXTERMINATOR. EEATR to Twitch, Sorrel, Gorae: im, Californlan Thistle. &o. with no •jury to the Land. D. TUOMaS M)NDON AND LANCASHIRE Flhlf' INSURANCE COM PA NT I DAVE been appointed Agent for thi above Company and om now prvfarad to tako Kisks on Buildings, Stor 9 1 growing Crops at current rate*. • D. TBOMAF, Ashburton, ■ „ CHAMPION SHEEP DIP CERTAIN destruction of all Parasites and Eggs. Great improvement m fiowth of WooL MJBTON AND WHITER UAWKK'S BAY SHEEP DIPPING FLUID] » AWARDED FIRST PIAOJ! it the Late Important Trials, conducted TIIEOANTEBBURY AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY/) April to Novembe- 18 7. oor.'roti Sheep Dipped In tbi paration fe'.ched ;hi.heet prices >"♦• c. v (<brutclnuch ls'.g^D. camber, ..8.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2193, 7 August 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2193, 7 August 1889

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