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) MONSTER BAZAAR mHE ANNUAL BAZAAR and Sale of _l_ Work in connection with the Parochial District of Longbeach, in aid of the Church Funds, will be held in the TEMPLAB 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 Heseltine's Shop J Tinwald, and they will be thankfully acknowledged. j . Admission : 6d, Children, half-price. An express will leave from the Post Office, Ashburton at intervals. 3*82 - ! Sheep Dipping COMMENCES MONDAY, APBIL 7tiv3 AT :bkooke's OT PUBLIC DIP RAILWAY JiISSERVEI os poeito Aahburton Suleyarde, PRICE: One Penny per head under 500 Threa farthings per head over 800 Special low quotations for Brooke's Perfeot Sheep Dip will be gUen to owners of Publio Dips. Still

NOW LANDINGBX " Maua Grahem " 20,000 Feet DRESSED KMJRI T. &G. FLOOBINQ T. & G. MATCH LINING AND BOATID^. FX "Spray" 30 000 Faot SPLEVOJD RKD PINE. EX ''Zior " 20,000 Feet MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINE FLOORING, LINING, AND SHELVE 3 FROM HAVRLOOK IN STOOK AND TO ARRIVE— WESTPOBT, NEWCASTLE, GREY VALLOT AND MOPNT £OMKESj;COAJD. W. H. COLLINS k CO. Timbar and Coal Merchants • ASBBUBTOff. ' ABUNDANT CROP 3OF GOOD WOOL, OF THE HIGHEST MARKET VALUE FOR ITS CLASS, ENSURED BY THE U3E OF littler patent sheep dip (NON-POISONOUS.) ADVANTAGES OF LITfxiTPATENr FLUID DIP,:— IF PROPERLY USED according to the lagtrucioos, it | s the belt, the most effectual and most valuable Dip knowc. IT IS NOT POISONOUS to animals, there Is thoreforo no dangac of poUonlng Horaea, Sbeep. Oattla or other auinula, by the Dip draining on the gssas Of herbage ; there ta do dangtr in leaving it aboat in tho wiy of chi dran or otbera ; nor la there »Dy d»D£jer of wholeeale pofsoalng from neglect, acoldeoi, or design. ITS EFFECT UPON THE WOOL is exceedingly Important to Woolgrovers. It, rapidly Inoreaeea the value; it foes Dot arrest the growth at «cy time but promote! th« natural secretions, and increases the weight, of the fiasco ; it daea not stain or diacolot the wool, cor taka out any of ths yolk, bat Ig &t all tfenes the best Dip foe tlae wool that, can be used. - / IT 13 CHEAP and repays ltsalf tenfold to the cheep-owner. ; IT IS EASY TO USE, reqalrlng very little preparation, mlzes Inetantly* with oold water, leaves no sediment, no scum, no waste; One gallon of Dip to 100 gallons of water—the with is tben ready for oae. IT IS SAFK While Poisonous Dips nan only be need with oiutlon upon sheep, th's Dip may be need upon all animals : Hones to kill Icseota and the mange ; also Dogs for the same putpose ; also for exterminating /meets, and allaying all Irritation of the skin of Dairy Cattle, Chives, Pigs, etc, for which purpraa h Is eimply invaluable. FOB SCAB, lIOE, TIOE3, and Incests of all kinds, It Ib a moet effectual Dip, and thoroughly reliable at all times, and in all climates. LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP has a worldwide rotation of \hehlghast poaaib'e oharaoker. It basreoelvel more GOLD and SILVER MEDALS and other AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE AND MERIT thau perhaps all fthe other EheepD'pf put together. AGENT FOE ASHBUBTON COUNTY UEO. JAMESON

WHEAT SHIPMENTS V¥?E ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ALVaNCES, FBEK OF COMMISSION AND INTEREST, ugalnct b!! kluda of P.-odoca plsoed la our tundi for ehlpment vo tho United Klnpdoru or the Cc.nMa3ut. HAVItIG our owii hooeo la Lando?! Jb a eufii ieat gaimuteß that the Inte-ett of Olltnts, who will entrust the shipment of (hfir <fPr.Jn (o oe, will be well looked •f»tr. Ollertd may also rely that ezpuu3tS will be kept aa liw ts poßsEblo, acd Lhe hlgbeit mtrkdt value roalißod. EACH Farmer's Lot Is ehlppocl nndet ti dlslfrct a\d pepsrsto brana, no kwQ lots hclnc btend^.d aliko, and e»ch lot la a-M ca its own mcritn. Prompt «:couat Salet: a? iv tho past. WS are also pnptred to store g;»!n an \ o:h"«f 7 Jt:f?uco ni Lyndhar>t Lytteltin or Addingtcn upon ea&y terms, and make reaeon«b!o ■dvanoea oq i»me. FBIEDLANDJiiU BKOS. V;^7K ARF| BUYERS ATgALLTTMES OF WHEAT, OATS, BABLEY, ) EyEGRASS, TEAS, j *'■ ) : *""" ETO,, ETO, _ : - • FiiIfcIDLANDEH BROS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2391, 2 April 1890

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