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REID & GR&Y 1 "^nrrOVLD <-t this ; Pe»son invite the attenV V tion of their nunerous Ocstomeri nnd Farmers to their ImprcYed Drill Sowing Machines Their NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL with POSITIVE FjsED is now k own and admitted to bs the Beet FOE ALL SORTS OP LAKD, and fn: Cheapnesp, Strength, and Durability is the best m the Market. They have also this Season brought out a NEW DRILL with CUP FEED and possess, lnsc nil the test qualities of the AngloAmerioan, but a Macbine far superior m work* manahip and strength. This Machine they have got up specially for the Canterbury Plains. Samples of both these Machinei together with BROACABT GRAIN AND GBABS SOWERS te be seen at all tbeir Branches. Bi and G.'a New Zealand PORTABLE OHAFF CUTTER and BAGGEB. Several of thwe are now m this District and doing excellent work j B, ard G.'a Double-Fnnow PLOUGHS at Reduced Prioe aa formerly advertised. Disc Harrows On the Newest and Improved Principle, and ZIGZAG TINE HARROWS and ever requisite for the Farm . ASBBURTON BRANCH: J.TAYLOB, Manager. Friedlander Bros. SEED WHEAT SEED OATS SEED BARLEY THTE HAVE FORSAIiE Purple Straw Tassau • White Straw Tuioan Australian Tuscan Green Mountain Tusoan Oharapion White Hunter's White Rough Chaff Ewex Pearl Velvet Heavy Canadian Oati Heavy Sparrowbill Oate Heavy Danish Oata Heavy Tartarian Oats Ohevalier Barley Oape Barley All prime samples and mtohlne dressed If required. Friedlander Br TXTE ARE OASH BUYERS WHEAT OATS BAR 3 7 \ND RYEGRASS IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES TTTE ARE LANDING BZ "Stella" and •'Opawa,' RED CLOVER WHITE CLOVER COWGRASS ALBYKE ohoioebFqualtty. Friedlander Bros

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2217, 4 September 1889

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