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D Thomas an *—" 1 ■ 1~ HAVE arranged to hold Monthly Sale* of Live and Dead Stook at Rang! tate Bridge Hotel Yardi, oommenolng -SOU. August, D.THOMAS, Auotloneer. 1 PILE- DRIVING MACHINE, comptote. For Particulars Apbly to D. THOMAS. . I***"! "" ' l.ll_l ' ' '* D. Thomas, . (Late of MArao*, Cox and Co.) A UOTIONEER, LAND, INSURANCE ft. and ESTATE AGENT, VALUATOR, WOOL AND GRAIN BROKER. ASHBTJBTON. Loans sagotiated, _, Waakly Salea of Lire Stook, Tinwald an Aihbotton alternately Tottnlghtly Sales of Sheepskins, Fat Hides, etc.- on FRIDAYS Balta of Wool throughout the Season Grain Bought and Bold on OommUalo* daa-taf£»lts m pei astasgamentl J-^ n »• - • I*. 1 r ■ r IS-— — l T HITS BPLENDID SAMPLES or TARTARIAN OAT& BYECOBH AKD OAPE BAELEY FOR SALE. D. THOMAS * "' * - - --.--- BORUB EXTERMINATOB' BEATH to 1 witch, Sorrel, Goree •m, Californlan Thistle, Ao. with nc •Jury to the Land. D. THOMAS • < " . *-* LONDON AND LANCASHIRE FIBF INSURANCE OOMPANY I HAVE been appointed Agent for tbe above Company and am now pre Vase! to take Risks on Bnildlngs, Stof k tad gloving Oops at ourrent rates, D. THOMAS, Aabborton ■————--———— ■ T 1,. CHAMPION SHEEP DIP. CERTAIN destruction of all Parasites and Eggs. Great improvement In growth of Wool. tf OBTOK AND WHITER HAWKET3 BAY SHEEP DIPPING FLUID AWARDED FIBBT PLAOE it the Late ImpoitantT-ialß, conducted HEOANTEBBURY AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY April to November 1887 Wool Stoat Sheep Dipped m title preparation fetched highest prices >.* Chrifteburch Ist D<v» m ber, 1888, D. THOMAS.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2230, 19 September 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2230, 19 September 1889

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