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KEID & GRA^f WOULD rt this Season invits tb.9 atten* tion of their nntneroua Customer! and Faraera to their Improved Drill Sowing Machines Tbbir NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL Tfith POSITIVE FjSED io now k r own and admitted to be the B-et FOB ALL BORTB OP LAND, and fcr Cheapness, Strength, and Durability is th« best m the Market. They have also this Season bronght out a NEW DBILL with OUP FEED and poteeflßing j\ll the Vest qnalitied of <he Anglo* American, but a Machine far snpeiiir m work* manehip and strength. This Maohino they have got up specially for the Canterbury Plains. Samples of both these Maohines together with BKOACABT GBAJN AND GBABB SOWEBB • to be Been at all their Branches, B: and G'a New Zealand PORTABLE OHAFF GUTTER and BAGGER. Several of these are now m this District and doing excellent work* B. akd G.'a Donble-Fnrrow PLOUGHS at Bedaeed Price as formerly advertised. Disc Harrows On the Newest and Improved Principle, and ZTGISAG TINS HARROWS and ever requisite for the Farm. ASBBUBTOF BBANCH : s J, TAYIOB, Manager. FriodlAnder Bros. SEED WHEAT ~ SEED OATS SEED BABLEI VU"® HAVE FOITsALB Purple Straw Tasoan White Straw Tuioan Australian Tuscan Green Monntain Tuscan Champion White 1 Jlnnter'i White Bough Ohaff SJaaex Pearl Velret Heavy Canadian Oatt Heavy SparrowbtU Oat* Heavy Danish Oats Heavy Tartarian Oats Chevalier Barley Oape Barley All prime sample* and maohlna dreifled If required. Friedlander Brosi ' "W" B ARK CASH BUYERS WHEAT OATS BAft 3YBYEGBAS& IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES TTTE ARK LANDING xz "Stella" and "Opaw*. 1 BED CLOVEB WTOTE CLOVEB COWGBASB ALBTKE CHOICEST QUALITY. Friedlander Bros

--cash boot store.— georoiFdiack ■QRAOTIOAL Boot and Shoe Maker, i will open on SATURDAY, 24tb imt, m tho Town Hall Shop next Mr Kaadell'* with a well selected Stook *>i BOOTS AND SHOES. Order work nnd Bt>pairs promptly executed, and special attention given to FIT and STYLE, ocmbhv d with reasonable oharges. a tbialljolicited. Bflsl WE ARE NOW PKKPARBD SUPPLY Field Pipes FOR DRAINAGE, 2,3, 4, 6, 9 and 12 INCH, OUR OWN MAKB In any quantity. FRIEDLANDER BROS. Glover Seeds. Glover Seeds. CLOVEB SEEDS. TT7E are now landing from London YV *>nd New York our firet shipment foi the coming season of NEW SEEDS ooviisMng of CLOVERS, TURNIPS, MANGOLDS, CARROTS, RAPE, GARDEN AKD FLOWER SEEDS. These seeds are from the moßt reliable Houses m London and New Yoke and therefore oan bo confidently recommended aa fresh and reliable, we have also PRKENNIAL, RYE GRASS and COOKSFOOT for sale m large or email quantities. Latest novelties m Garden and Flower Seeds from that T»ell- known London Firm, Jambs Oabibb and Co, and gat dsn equisites of every description. Famples and quotations forwarded on application J. SEALY & CO. B*Bo Just Landed EX "SPRAY" FROM PELORU3 BOi/NIV--25,000 feet OF MAGNIFICENT WHITS PINE FLOORING AND MATCHLINING No Knots. No Shakes. —NOW LANDINGEx "Crufader." FENCING WIRE WIBE NAILB BOOFING IRON CEMENT WHITE LEAD RED LEAD RAW OIL BOILED OIL WINDOW GLASS W.H. COLLINS & CO. IRON, TIMBER, AND i Coal Merchants. I

DO YOU KNOW THK LATEST NEWS. NO, WHAT IS IT? MITCHELL & TURNER'S NEW PRINTS, HEW PRINTS ARE NOW OPEN, ARB NOW OPBN. JUST OA.LL ROUND AND GLANOB AT THE WINDOW. CHOICE DESIGNS, EXCELLENT QUALITY, REASONABLE PRICES. MITCHELL"^ TURNER TANORED STBBET, ASHBUBTON, W. GREGG AND COMPANY, PUKE BLENDED TEAS, NEW SEASON, 1888-9, b ajtd id PAOKKTB, 21.8 FAKOY OANISTRRB akd Sub akd Ilb TINP TBY THESE BLfiNDS. TBY THESE BLENDS ©ft EAGLE )) [V bxh'ib^ J (l CLU B)] ONE TBIAL WILL ESTABLISH THEIRCTIOONBTAJNX USE' -|To haobUlasd fiom* '^ JOHN ORR, & CO.* KA.BT STREET ASHBUHTOf

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2218, 5 September 1889

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