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D Thomas 1 T HAVE arranged to hold Monthly $Uei Qf Live and Dead Stock at Raogl taU Bridge Hotel Yards, oommenolng t 30tfc Anguit, tm „ Mm _ c a D. THOMAS, Auotloneer. IPILE-DPIVING MACHINE, complete. For Particulars Apbly to P. THOMAS. D. Thomas, (Let* of Matsok, Cox end Co.) A UOTIONEER, LAND, INBURANCE A »nd ESTATE AGENT, VALUATOR, WOOL AND GRAIN BROKER. ASHBURTON. Lout negotiated, _. Weekly Sale* of Lite Stook, Tinwald en = Aahbnston alternately Fottnlfthtly Sales of Sheepskins, Fat HTdeef etc., on FRIDAYS Bale* of Wool throughout the Season Grain Booght and Sold on OommUiloa Clear-off tfalee aa per anangament I■ M j T HIVE SPLENDID BAMPLES | ov TARTARIAN OATS. ETECOEIS AJTD OAPE BARLEY FOB SALE. P, THOMAS ■ ** * * ' -*—■——' BOROB EXTERMINATOR' EEATH to 1 witch, Sorrel, Gone im,. Californlan Thistle, Ao. with nc •jury to the Land. D. THOMAS . i ■ -•••■• LONDON AND LANCASHIRE FIBF INSURANCE COMPANY I HAVE been appointed Agent for the above Company and am now pre ■fared to take Kisks on Buildings, Stork * and growing Oops at ourrent rates. D- THOMAS. Aibbarton mm* mmmmmmmmm, ■ I ~.1 ■ ■ I , CHAMPION SHEEP DIP. GEBTAIN destruction of all Parasites and Eggs. Great improvement In -Towth of Wool. MOJRTOP AND WHITER HAWKE'S BAY SHEEP DIPPING FLUID] AWARDED FIBBT PLAOE it the Late ImportantTrlale, conducted HEOANTEBBURY AGBICULTURA? . AND PASTOBAL SOCIETY April to November 1887 Wool .rom Sheep Dipped in tb's preparation fetched highest prices >r Gbratohureh Ist Do-ember. 1888, | D. THOMAS.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2228, 17 September 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2228, 17 September 1889

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