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' p. Thomas | ———————— _ f I HAVE arranged to hold Monthly lei of Live and Dead Stook at Rangl tote Bridge Hotel Yards, commencing en 80th Angmt, D. THOMAS, Auctioneer. 1 PILE-DRIVING MAOHINE, complete. For Particulars Apbly to D. THOMAS, D, Thomas, (Late of Mixson, Oox and Co.)i A UOTIONEER, LAND, INSURANCE & and ESTATE AGENT, ...... VALUATOR, WOOL AND GRAIN BROKER. ABHBUBTON. Loana negotiated. Weakly Salea of Live Stook, Tlnwald an Aahbnrtbn alternately Fortnightly BalM of Bheepektnß, Fat Htdat, etc., on FRIDAYS Bale* of Wool throughout the Seaion Grain Bought and Sold on OommUiloK Clearing Sales at per arrangement T HVVE SPLENDID PAM^ra o» TARTARIAN OATO. BYE COBK AVP] OAPE BAELEY FOR SALE, D. THOMAS BORUB EXTEBMINATOB' TSkEATH*to 1 witch, Sorrel, Gone Broom, Californlan Thistle, &o, with nc •jury to the Land. D. THOMAS r*^^~^— ... -• ~ LONDON AND LAKG&SHIII& FIEB INSURANCE OOMPANI I HAVE been appointed Agent for the above Company and am now pre to take Klaka on Bnildlogs, Stock And glowing (fropi at current ratep, D. THOMAS, Aibbarton^ CHAMPION SHEEP DIP. r^EBTAIN deßtrucUon of all Faraaitei \J and Eggs, Great improvement In frowth of Wool. koBTON AND WHITER , .; HAWKE'S BAY SHEEP DIPPING FLUID AWARDED FIRST PLACE it fths.Late LnportantTrlala, conducted THECANTEBB CRY AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY April to November 1887 Wool Trocn Sheep Dipped m thta preparation fetched highest prices h tio^Cbriitchttrch Ist December, 1888 J>. THOMA3.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2210, 27 August 1889

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