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D Tfcomas — . , ■ ( T HAVE arranged to hold Monthly Salei of IdTS and Dead Stook at Rangl tala Bridge Hotel Yard«, oommenolog 30th Anguit, D. THOMAS, Auotloneer. 1 PILE- DRIVING MACHINE, oomplete; For Particulars Apbly to P. THOMAS, D. Thomas, (Lite of Hixaov, Cox and Co.) A UCmONEER, LAND, INSURANCE &. and ESTATE AGENT, VALUATOR, WOOL ASD GRAIN BROKER. ASHBUBTON. loan* negotiated, Wetklf'Salea of Live Stock, Tlnwald an Aihbnrton alternately Fortnightly Bale* of Bhaepiklnß, Fat Hldei^«to H on FRIDAYS Balai of Wool throughout the Beaton {HateSragfct'and Sold on Oommifito* CUettaf Hales ac pet arrangement yHIYH SPLENDID SAMPLES o» TARTARIAN OAT 9. BYE COBS Aim CAPEBAELEY FOR SALB, J>. THOMAS SCRUB EXTERMINATOR' rVEATH to 1 witch, Sorrel, Gone Broom, Californlan ThUtle, *c with nc ajttry to the Land. D. THOMAS tONDON AND LANCASHIRE FIBS IfIBURAUCE COMPANY IHAVB been appointed Agent for tho abore Company and am now pre ■m»i to take KUka on Bnfldingi, Stork eA&.groittnr Cropi at current rates, D. THOMAS, AibbUiton CHAMPION SHEEP DIP. rtVSTAIN dMtfncfion of all Paradtei VS* arid flggfl. Great improvement m ftoirtii of Wool. rajBTON asi) whiter HAWKK'S BAY SfiiP DIPPING FLUID AWARDED FIRST PLACE it the Late Important Trials, conducted tHBCANTEBBTJRY AGBICDLTURAI, AND PASTORAL BOOTETY April to Noramber 1687 Wool irom Sheep Dipped In tbte preparation fetched highest prloei >r GbriftoDurch let Dumber, 1888, D. THOMAS.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2218, 5 September 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2218, 5 September 1889

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