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TXTE HAVE FOR BAL.JE — CBUSOED EOBSE FEED f VERY GHEA.?, 8f134 FRIEIPLAIinD^R 8808. WE ARE NOW PREPARBD TO SUPPLY Field Pipes FOR DRAINAGE, 2,3, 4, 6, 9 and 12 INCH. OUR OWN MAKE In any quantity* FRIEDLANDER BROS. BAKEE BEOS., BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS, fte. Corner Wakanui Road and O&u itreet (Next Obntbal Hotbx.) Or at Baker and Brown's Oo«oh Ptfltoff Havelook street. Next thb Ooubt Houbb.) S9O IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE GO Established A.D. 1803, ! CAPITAL „T7» £1,200,000. Invested Funds over £1,600|C00, TT Ii hereby notified that MR W. W. WHITE has been appointed Agent for Anhbarton District. bOLANDEBS AND GO,, Ohristohmohi Chief Agents for Canterbury, BU6 Glover Seeds. Giovor Seeds*' kCLOVEB SEEDS. WE are now landing from London and Ntw York our first shipment foe the coming season of NEW BEEDH consisting of CLOVERS, TURNIPS, MANGOLDS* CARROTS, RAPE, GARDEN AXD FLOWER bEESDS. Theao seeds ure from tho moat reliable Houses m London and New Yobk and therefore oan be coufideatly recommended as fresh and reliable, we have aim PERENNIAL, RYE GRASS and COOKSFOOT for sale m large or smui quantities. Latest novelties m Garden and Flower Seeds from that >ell known London Firm, Jambs Oabieb and Co, and gaiden requisitea of every description. Samples and quotations forwarded on applioation J. SEALY & CO, B*6o Just Landed EX "SPRAY" FROM PELOBU3 BOJND,— 25,000 feet OF MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINE FLOORING AND MATOHLINING Knols. No Shakes. —now landingEx "Ururader." FENCING WIRE WIRE HAILS HOOFING IRON- CEMENT WHITE LEAD RED LEAD RAW OIL BOILED OH. WINDOW GLISS V J W.H.CQLLINS&CO, IRON, TIMBER, AND 1 Coal Merchants. "THE CORNER," ;" The ekip Lady Jooelyn, whioh baß }üb« arrived, enoountered a fearful tidal wave which . rushed on board and threatened to engulf the vessel. To escape the sea was a matter of impossibility. The sea oame up and broke ten feet over the rail, sending the spray eighty feet high. The sea washed the iron capstan head off and sent it overboard together with the bulwarks and boats, as soon as tha 9 mountain wave did its work. The gale 0on« tinued with great fury. The ship was kept tunning at a speed cf ten knots an hour. The vessel oontaiped a valuable cargo whioh oaused the captain great anxiety on aeooqnl of a number of valuable oases of newin4 i ' ohoioe prints and drapery oonsigned to W^ H. Collier, " The Corner," Ashburton, and which could not be replaced at any prioe. They are sotno of the ohoioeat goods every imporled to this oolony. Buy none till you have inßpeota them.— (Advt-) J23 THE CORNER,"

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2233, 23 September 1889

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