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REID &.GBA/f WOULD «»t this Berunn in>lta ,the attention of their numerous Orstomen and ,Fwmerß to thtit Improved Drill Soving Machines Their NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL with POSITIVE FJSED m now k- own and admitted to be the Beet FOB ALL SOBTB OP LAND, and fcr Cheapness, Strength, and Durability is tht, best m the Market. They have aIBO this Season brought out a NEW DBILL with CTJP FEED and po«se«iing all the teat qualities of the AngloAmerican, bnt a Machine far superior m workmwnship and strength. This Machine they have got up specially for the Canterbury Plains. Samples of both them Muhlnei together with BBOACABT GBAIN AND GBABS SOWEBS to be seen at all their- Branches. j B. AND G.s New Zealand PORTABLE OHAFF GUTTER and BAGGER, Several of these are now m this District and doing excellent work* ' B. A5» G.s Doable-Furrow PLOUGHS it Bedmced Price as formerly rfdvertlsed. Disc Harrows On the Newest and Improved Principle! and ZfGZAG TINE HABROWB an* ever requisite for the Farm. ASBBUBTOF BBAtfCH : j. TAYtOB, Manager. Frtedlandcr Bros. SEED WHEAT SEED OATS SEED BABLEY rWTB HAVtt JOB SALK Parple Straw Toeean White Straw Tmoan Australian Tuscan Green Monnteld Tneoaa Champion White Haa let's White Bough Obftff Ssnex Pearl ' Velvet Heavy Canadian OsU Heavy Sparrowbill Oat* Heavy Danish Oats Heavy Tartarian Oats . . Chevalier Batley Cape Barley ■ ' . All prime, tamplei and maohtne dieued if required. * , Friedlander Bros TTTB ARK GASH BUYERS WHEAT OATS BAB Xj \ND BYEGBAS& IN LARGE OR SMALL QaANTITIKS TTTE ARE I/ANDING BZ "Stella 11 and »'Opa*a,' BED CLOVEB WHITE CLOVEB COWGBASS ALBYKE ohoioeßt"qualtty. Friedlander Bros

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2220, 7 September 1889

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