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TTTE HAVE FOli BAIiJSJ — CRUSIjED MORSE FEED VERY CHEAP, 8f134 FRIEDLANDUR 8808. WE ARfli NOW PKiiJPAK&iJ TO SUPPLY Field Pipes FOR DRAINAGE, 2,3, 4, 6, 9 and 12 INCH. OUR OWN MAKE m any quantity. FRIEDLANDER BROS, BAKEB BEOg M GUILDERS, UNDERTAKKJRB, Ao, Ooraei Wakanull fload and Can rlkml _ (Nbxx Owteai Horn.) Of at Bake? and Brown's OoMh Itoton Havelook street. Nbxt th» Qoubt Hexrga.) 1 90 IMPERIAL Flitfll INdUiiANOifi CO Established A.D. 1803. CAPITAL ..~ £1,200,000, Invested Funds over £1,600,000, TT li hereby notified, that MR W. W. WHITE has been appointed Agent for Aflhbarton JJibtrtct. bOLANDEBfI AND CO,, Ohnstchurcht Chief Agents for Canterbury, BU6. Glover oeeds. Oiovdr Seeds 1 WE are now landing from London and New York our firat shipment foe the coming teaaou of NEW bifiifiUti OOUBtßting Of CLOVifiiifcJ, TURNIPS, MANGOLDS, UArtROIS, RAPiii, GARDEN AND FLOWER bEBDS. Thoao seeds ure trum ilu most reliable Houbbb ia London and Nkw Yobk and therefore can Do confidently recommended aa JroBU and reliable, w«> have also PaßiiiNNiAlj, R¥Jbl vitvA.ac> and COOKS. FOUa t'or'Balo m large or snuli quaatitiee. iiatesc novolcies m Garden and Flower boeda frotu that tvoll known London £inn, James Uabieb and 00, and guidao. requisited oi every dotoriptiou. Samples and quutat oni forwarded on appucAtlou j. sSaly & co. B*6o Just Landed EX "SPRAY" FROM PELORTT3 SOJND,— 25,000 ieet J OF MAGNIFICENT WHITS PINE FLOORING AND MATCHLINING i^j Knots. No Shakes. —now landingEx "Cnwader." FENCING WIRE WIRE NAILS EOOFING IRON CEMENT WHITE LEAD RED LEAD RAW OIL BOILED Oil* WINDOW GL IBS W.H.COLLINS&CO; IRON, TIMBER, AND Goal Merchants. "THE CORMER," The skip Lady Jocelyn, which has jus* arrived, encountered a tearful tidal wave whioh rushed on board and threatened to engulf the vessel. To escape the sea was a matter of. impossibility. The sea oamo up and broke ten feet over the rail, Bending the Bpray eighty feet high. The sea washed the iron capstan head off and sent it overboard together with 5 the bulwarks and boats, as boou as the mountain wave did its work. The gale continued with great fury. Thu ship was kept runniDg at a speed cf ten knots an hour. The veasal oontained a valuable oargo which caused tbc captain great anxiety on aooouni of a number of valuable oases of new and choice prints and drapery oonaigned to W. H. Collier, •♦ The Corner," Ashburton, and which oou'd not be replaced at any price. They are somo of the ohoioest goods overy imported to this colony. Buy none till you have inspeoi« them.— (Advt-) {21 THE CORNER," i l

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2232, 21 September 1889

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