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T^P" E HAVE FOB SAIiJS CRUSHED SOUSE FJSEB VERY OHFAY 8f134 FRIEDLANDqR BBOS. VV E SUPPLY W PKEPAJREI * TO Field Pipes FOR DRAINAGE, ■ 2,3, 4, 6, 9 and 12 INGE. OUR OWJS MAKK In «ny quantity., FRIEDLANDER BROS. BAKEE BEOS., BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS, Ac. Oo»ner Waktnu! Road and Oan itreat n * b? 1 w o»»ibai0 »»ibai Hotm.) Or »t Baker and Brown's Ooioh Firtof* Havelook street. Next thb Oorat HortMfl Sty) ■ i n< IMPEBIA I* FIRE INSURANCE QQ r Established A.D. 1803, r CAPITAL „~ £1,200,00(V ' Invested Funds over £1,600,000, Tfc la hereby notifiod that MR W. W. WHITE I)letciot n appolnted Agent for ABhbnrton bOLANDEBS AND CO., r . . , Ohrißtohurch, Chief Agents for Oanterbnry, ; -••'- 8116 Clover Seeds. Cloier Seeds' CLOVEB »EEDS. TX7E are now landing from London ft and Now York out first shipment for the coming «eason of NEW SEEDS consisting of ' CLOVERS, TDBNIPS, MANGOLDS. OABBOTB, RAPhj', GABDEN^ AND FLOWEH SEEDS. r lheso eeeds are from tha most reliable Houses m London and New Yobk and therefore oan be confidently recommended as fresh and reliable, we have also PEBENNIAL, BYE GRASSand COOKS* ITOOi for sale m large or Bm*l) qaantid'es. Latest novelties m Garden and Flower Seeds from that *ell -known London *inn, Jambs Oabikb and Co, and KaideQ reqnieitea of every description. Samples and quotations forwarded on apphoation . B^6o J>siALY&CO, ' Just Landed EX "SPRAY" FROM PELORUS BOUNIV--25,000 feet OF MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINE FLOORING AND MATCHLININ<* Ho Knols, No Shakos. —now landingEx "Crwader." FENCING WIRE WIBE HAILB EOOFING IRON CEMENT WHITE LEAD RED LEAD RAW OIL BOILED OIL WINDOW GLJIBS W.E COLLINS & CO, IRON, TIMBER, AND Coal Merchants, "THE CORNER," '■■ . ■ 'i The skip Lady Jooelyn, whioh has jas* arrived, encountered a /earful tidal wave whioh ruehed on board and threatened to engulf the vessel. To esoape the sea was a matter, ol impossibility. The sea came np and broke ten feet over the rail, Bending the spray eighty feet high. The sea washed the iron capstan head off and sent it overboard together with the bulwarks and boate, 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 hoar. The vessel contained a valuable cargo which oauaed the captain great anxiety on acoodnl of a number of valuable oases of new and ohoioe prints and drapery consigned to W. H, Collier, " The Corner," Aehburton, and wJiioh could not be replaoed at any prioe. They are soino of the ohoioest goods every imported to thiß colony. Buy none till you have inspeete. them,— (id-jV} %%% {THE CORKER,"

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 22358, 24 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 22358, 24 September 1889

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