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=^=^~~~~= . . ' __^ 'i'W - IT J. WOOD &00. BtatlonerS li« Hall, are Se'ling Off BOOK S STATIONERY, and FaNOY GOODS at about COS. PRIcE Jor CASH ONLY. •» The Messiah," new edition, full vocal soore, prloe, Is 6d. Salo for ONE MONTH. Oome and see. , 8 204 \jk/ E ARTS NOW PKEPARBIJ TO ( VV SUPPLY Field Pipes J FOR DRAINAGE, 1 2,3, 4, 6, 9 and 12 IffCH. a OUJR OWH MAKB 1 c In any qutTntlty. FRIEDLANDER BROS. BAKEB BBGS,, BUILDERS, UNDERTAIdj&B, fte, Oorner Wakanui Road and Oan street (NUXT O-tNIBAI, HOTM.) - Or at Baker, and Brown's Ooaoh Faetoii Havelook street, Nbxt thk Court B.usi.) 890 IMPERIAL FIRE IN3URANOB OO Ebtablishbd A.D. 1»03. CAPITAL ... ... £1,200,000. Invested Funds over £1,600,000, TT le hereby notified that MR W. W. WHITE has been appointed Agent for Aehburton Distriot. J-OLANDEBB AND 00., Ohristohurobi Chief Agents for Canterbury, _Bua CioYer Seeds. Clover Seeds 1 CLOVEB SEEDS. WE are now landing from London and New York our first shipment for the coming eeaaon of NEW SEEDS consisting of CLOVERS, TURNIPS, MANGOLDS, OAKROTS, RAPE, GARDEN AND FLOWER fcEEDS. Theso seeds are from tho most reliable Houses m London and New Yobk and therefore oan be cohfideatly recommended aa fresh and reliable, we have also PERENNIAL, RYE GRABS and COOKSFOOI for Bale m large or small quantities. Latest novelties m Garden and Flower Beeds from that iv ell known London Firm, James Oabibe and 00, and garden requisites of every description. Samples and quotations forwarded on application J. SEALY & CO. B*6o Just Landed EX « SPRAY " FROM PELORUS BOJNO,— 25,000 feet OF MAGNIFICENT WFiITE PINE FLOORING AND MATCHLINING Ho Knofß. No Shakes. —now landingEx " OruFader." FENOIKG WIRE WIBE NAILS ROOFING IRON CEMENT WHITE LEAD RED LEAD RAW OIL BOILED Olh WINDOW GLISB W.H.COLLINS&CO, IRON, TIMBER, AND, Coal Merchants. "TBE CORNER," The ship Lady Jooelyn, wbioh has jus* arrived, enoountered a fearful tidal wave whioh rushed on board and threatened to engulf the vessel. To esoape the sea was a matter of impossibility. The sea oame up and broke ten feet over the rail, sending the .pray eighty feet high. Tho sea washed the iron capstan head off and sent it overboard together with the bulwarks and boats, as soon as the mountain wave did its work. The gale continued with great fury. The ship was kept running at a speed of ten knots an hour. The vessel contained a valuable oargo whioh oau.ed the oaptain great anxiety on acoount of a number of valuable oases of new and ohoioe prints and drapery consigned to W. H. Collier, •* The Corner," Ashburton, and whioh could not be r.plaood at any price. , They are somo of the ohoioeat goods every imporied to this colony. Buy none till you baveinspeeted them.—(Advt') }2fc THE CORKER,*

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2231, 20 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2231, 20 September 1889

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