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C. THORNTON DUDLEY LAN D, ESTATE AND STOCK AGBNI, 161 Horoford Street, Ohrlßtotawbh. I have bu;oh of money to lend en good security vt Jow rate of Interest. Smnl Farms fcrSaJo. ■ :' ~- TvTfL mENDEES ere invited for the pacehut J, of a!l the Flax at preeeat grpwingoa the ' banks of the Greeks on the La^hoior Station, Aehbnrt/n Coantj. For furi her partlculari app'y to Mb . onaLd MoLian, Manager oa the Button, o who a also Tenders ma«t bs addreMed and sent in not later than the first day of April next. JOHN MoLKAH, 3*68 Proprietor. i 3 • - ..• , ' ' -' -i?Z9 : ' ' '.- '"'^ I 'c ' ' ' ; rT | . ■ ;-,,■ ■ •■■ ; i') i • " " a WM. SPARROf, TAILOR AND .MEN'S MERCER "i — „i | VASTBTREETj

I MONSTER^ BAZAAR I mHE ANNUAL BAZAAR and Sale of I X Work in connection with the Parochial District of Longbeach, in aid of the Church Funds, will be held in the TEMPLAR HALL, TINWALD, ON EASTER MONDAY, 7th April, 1890. Bazaar opens at 1 p.m. Luncheon provided on a liberal scale at a very moderate charge. Any contributions of produce or live stock may be left at Mr Heseltiue's Shop Tinwald, and they will be thankfully acknowledged. Admission : 6d, Children, half-price. An express will leave from the Post Office, Ashburton at intervals. 3*82 Sheep Dipping COMMENCES MONDAY, APBHiJth^ AT BKOOKE'S NEW PUBLIC DIP RAILWAY iJJSSBRVEJ I Opposite Aahburton Saleyards. PRICE:One Penny per head under 500 Three fwthiuge per head over 500 ■ Special low quotations for. f - , Brooke's Perfeot Sheep Dip will be given to owners of Public Dipa. 3^:111 ; j

NOW LANDING- •■•::•: £EX"MauciGr»hem" 20 1 000 Fact DRWSBTCD KAURI T. &G. FLOORING IT. &c. MATCH LINING AKD BOARDS.^ "wnu"w EX "Spray" 30000 Feet SPLEKTniD RKD P/Nfl! EX "Zloe " 20,000 Feefc MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINE ' FLOOaiNG, LINING, AND SI3ELV FROM HAVELOCK IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVE— WESTPOET, NEWCASTLE GBttY VABX { ) MOUNT gOMkBS^COAL. • W, H. COLLINS & CO. Timber and Coal Merchants ' ASHBURTOffT. 1! ABUNDANT CROPS OF GOOD WOOL, OF THE HIGHEST MARKET VALUE FOR ITS CLASS, EJSSURED BY THE USE OF LITTLE'S PATENT SHEEP DIP (KON-POISONOUS.) ADVANTAGES OF LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP :— IF PROPERLY USED aooordlng to the Instructions. It Is the best, the noit effectual and moat valuable Dip knowo. IT IS NOT POISONOUS to animals, there Is therefore no daogor of poisoning Horses, Sheep. Oattlo or other «nim»li, by the Dip dcainlng on the crass or herbsga J there is do danger in letvlng it about in the way of children or others; not li thete any dinner of wholesale poisoning from neglect, aooldent, or design. ITS EFFECT UPON THE WOOL (a exceedingly important to Woolgtowew. It rapidly taoreaees the valao; It does not arrest the growth at «ny time but promote* ih» natural aeoretlons, and inoreases the weight of the fleaoe; It does not stain Of dlacolot the nrool, cor Uke oot any of the yolk, bat is »t all times the best Dip for the wool that can be need. . ... ' IT IS CHEAP and repays itself tenfold to the shcep-oirner. ' IT IS EASY TO USE, reqnlrlng Tory little preparstloD, mixes Inetantly w«th cold water, leaves no sediment, no scum, no waste; One gallon of Dip to 100 gallons of water—the wash is then ready for use. IT IS SAFE. While Poisonous Dips oan only be naed with oautlon upon ahoep. th!a Dtp may be need upon all animals: Horoea to kill Inecota and the mange : also Docs for the same pmpo«e ; also for exterminating inßeota, and alhyln? all irrltatloo of the ekln of Dairy Cattle^ Calves, Pigs, etc;, for which purpcao it (a simply iuvalcuble. FOR SCAB, LIOE, TICKS, and Inaeais of all kinds, it (a a most effectual Dm. and thoroughly reliable at; all times, and in all olimates, LITTLE'S PATENT *LUID DIP has * world-wide ropuUHon of the blghest possible character. It has racelreJ more GOLD, and (SILVER MEDALS and other AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE AND MERIT than perhsps all the othei SnupDlM puttogethei, :. ,r AGENT FOB ASHBUBTON COUNTY GEO. JAMESON

WHEAT i SHIPMENTS fTTE ARE PEEPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, FBEE OF COMMISSION AHD INTEREST, egatont ail kinds of Piadaco placed in oaf hands for shipment to the United Kingdom or the Gantlntnt. i HAYING outowu house inLondon la a Buffioisns gaotantea that the latarsak - of Clients, who will entrust the shipment of their, gr*in_to as, will be well looked ofuti Clients may also rely that expenses will be kept »s low as possible, and the higattt market value realised. SAOH Fumet't Lot la shipped under a distinct and separata brand, no tw» lots being branded alike, and e»oh lot is aold cq its own marlis. Prompt atoonnt Sales as in the past. WE are also prepared to store grain and othsr Produce at Aahbnrfcon, Lyndbntii - Lyttelton 01 Addington apon easy tarma, and make raasoneble adranoea on aunt. * FRIEDLANDJiiK BKOS. 1 : . : . ,■ • VjffTß AREgBUYERS AT ALL TIMES OF V ; WHEaT, OATS, BAELEY, " RYEGRASS,^EAB, ; ETC., ETC; FiUEDLAKDER BRC®

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2390, 1 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2390, 1 April 1890

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