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D Thomas I HAVE ■meged to hold Monthly m of Lije and Dead Stock at Ibogl teta Bridge Hotel Yards, oommenolog 90th Augtut, : J * ' D. THOMAS, Auotfooeer. IPILB-DBIVINGr MACHINE, complete: For Farticnlarß Apbly to ■'■■[ .'":■ D, THOMAS. D. Thomas, ; (Late of Matsow, Cox and Co.) A UOTIONEfIB, LAND, INSURAHOB & and ESTATE AGENT, VALUATOR, WOOL AND GRAIN BROKER ASBBUBTON. Loana negotiated. Weekly Salei of Live Stook, Tlnwald an V-vwboiton alternately fettnltfWy Salei of SheepiUni, Fat Hld«,«toH on FRIDAYS Balee of Wool throughout the Seaion Geabi' Bought and Sold oh Oommliilo* dealing data aa pet arrangement T HIVE SPLENDID fIAMPr^R ow . TARTARIAN OATB. BYECOBIfr AKD CAPE BABLE7 FOR SALE. D. THOMAS SCRUB EXTERMINATOR' EEATH to 1 witch, Sorrel, Gone im, Galifornian Thistle, Aa, with lie •jury to the Land. D. THOMAB g— ~~ ~*^— - ■ ■ — . WNDON AND LANCASHIRE FIRF INSURANCE COMPANY I HAVE been appointed Agent for the abore Company and am now pre 9ated to take Kiiks on Boildlngs, Stork ud gtowinf Oropa at current rates, J>. THOMAS, ' Aibbarton. CHAMPIOF SHEEP DIP. ' rfEBTAIN destruction of all Paraaites \J, and Eggs. Great improvement In growth of Wool. MJBTON AND WHITER HA WEE'S BAY SHEEP DIPPING FLUID] AWARDED JFIBBT PLACE It the Late Important Trials, conducted HEGANTEBBGRY AGRICULTURAL • AND' PABTOBAL SOOIETyf| April to November 16871 Wool *rom Sheep Dipped in tb'e preparation fetched highest prloei >r Obnatohoreh Ist December, 1888. D. THOMAS.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2223, 11 September 1889

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