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, . £20 REWARD. TN consequence of the amount of Poach- ■*■ ing going on in the Creeks on the Lagmhor Estate, the above reward will be paid to anyone giving information that will lead to a conviction. From this date No One will be perimitted to FISH in the Creeks on the , Laghmhor Estate. DONALD McLEAN. Laghmor, Ist April, 1889.

fcili§ep Dipping COMMENCED MONDAY, APEIL 7th, AT .BftOOKE'S NEW PUBLIC DIP RAILWAY UiSSEKVB Opposite Aahburton Baleyarde. PRICE: One Penny per he«) under 600 Threo fwthiuga par head over 500

Wi. SPABBOW, TAILOR AND' MEN'S MERCER I EAST STREET}

Special low qaolaliom for Brooke's Perfect Sheep lip wIU be given to owners oti Pablic Dips. 3JIII the union fire and marine insurance company, limited, head office, christchurch. Directors:— Capital, £2,000,000 Hon. J. T. Peacock, M.L.C., Chairman. Paid up, £100,000 -••• , G. G. Stead, .Esq., Deputy Chairman, Reserve and Re-insurance Fund, J. Anderson, Esq., J. Palmeb, Esq., £65,000. P. Cuniongha'm, Esq., H. E. Webb, Esq., Hon. W. Reeves, M.L.C. General Manager, W. DENERISH MEARS, Offices, 172 Hereford St., Christchurch. Special Features : The only Institution of the kind with its Head Office in Ohristchurch. . <■ Liberality in Settlement of Claims. . . Rates, the lowest current. . AGENT FOR ASHBURTON^" AND DISTRICT 1, JOHN Gt. KESTjELL WEST STREET. 4 43 i

T^TB ARlfi BUYERS ATI ALL TIMSS OB 1 WHEAT, OATS, B&KLEY, KYEGRASS, PEAS, ETC., ETC. FKiEDLAEDER" BROS. WHEAT SHIPMENTS

WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANOES, TREE OF

COMMISSION AND INTEREST, Bg*fo*t all kinds o! Prodnco plaogd la oar hinds for fihlptnpat to the United Kingdom or the Oontfnent. HAVING oue owu hoass In London Is » aoffisieat gawtntoo that the Ictereat of Ollentß, who will enteaat the ahlpmant of thoU gr»ln to as, will be well looked utter. Ollentfl may also rely that expanoeo will ba kept as low as possible, and the hfgnea uasrket value reaHsod. EACH Farmer's L^t {a shipped under a distinct and separata brand, no tw lots being brtndod alike, and eooh lot is sold on ita ova merits. Prompt asooon Seles as in the past, I WE are alsr prepared to store grain and othor Prorluoe at Asbbnrton, LjrQdhartt Lyttelton oe Addin gtcn upon easy terms, and make reasomblo adranoes oa iame. rmEDLAFDEK BKOS. NOW LANDIJSTQ ~ IX «Maud Grahini" 20,000 Feet DR^SSWD KAURI T. AG. FLOOBING T. & G. MATCH LIHINa A»D BOARDS. EX "Spiay" 30,000 Feet SPLENDID RBD P/N«?. . EX "Zlor " 20,000 Fe»t MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINE FLOORING, I-INING, AND SBELV FROM HAVBLOOK ™" IN STOCK AND TO ARBIYE- W^*"™ WJSSTPOET, NEVJTOAjSTLbVGBEY VALLEY AND MOUNT SOMKBB COAL. W V H. COLLIKS & CO. Timber and Coal Mercliatits AiSHBUETON.

ABUNDANT CROPS OF OOC'D WOOL, OF THE HIGHEST MARKET VALUE FOJJ ITS CLASS, EHSURED-BY THK USB OF

LITTLE'S PATENT SHEEP DIP (EON-POISONOUS.)

ADVANTAGES OF LITI I*E J3 PATMT FLUID DIP :—

IF PROPERLY USED according to tho Instiuotlono, It Is tho best, the moai effectual ftud moat valnable Dip toowa.

IT IS NOT POISONOUS to »n». mis, there fa therefore no dangar of poisoning HucKiui, Shoop. Ofttilo os oth;r anims fci, by thn Dip draiuiug Ou tha Hrnsß or herbage ; iln'ro 3a i;o dang: rln loaving jr. aboGU in tho way of children o? others j ldc la there any ilftiifjor of wholesale polnoalng frena no<'lcci;, »co!deDt, or design. ITS itFFEOT UPON TJtIK WOOL in exceedingly important to Woolgroirers. It apidly inereutes the value j it ■does not arceet tho growth »t *cy time but promotes iho natural accretions, aad morasses tl\& woi^bt of the flaoce; It does Dot BtuJn ot diacoloi the wool, nor tako out »ny of iho yolk, bat la tt all tiaiei the bust Dip foe tbo wool tbac oaa be osod. IT IS CHEAP and ropaya iteelt tenfold to tha ahsep-owner. IT IS EASY I'O USE, requiring vcr/ Jittlo prcparatioo, mixes Inntantly wlih cold water, lotivijs no eeuimeut, no hcuus. no wiete; One gallon of Dip lo 100 ijul'onß of watar—tho irnoh (s thcu ready for use. ITI3 S&FjS. l^ilfe Po'sonoivs Dips ncn cmly ho au«d with oautlon upon cheep, (h't D!p iney bo need upon all atiimala : Horace to kill icsects i\ns tho msnge ; also Dog? for the acmo pinnace ;,a!eo for eivtirinifiaUag insoc'a, uud nii'iyioti uil lr;itnt(on of Ihe tklc of Dairy Cflctle, Calves, Pigs, etc., for which purpena it is «injply lnv»la*ble. FOR SCAB, LlOtf, TICKS, ned intern of a!l kind!!, it Is » most effectual Dip, and ihoroaghly rollsblo at alt tlmea, aua iv all ollmstCß. LITTLE'S PATEITP FLUID D:P has v, world-widn rr pa t»«,;on of the hJghcai. possible ohurngU'r. Ir, hasnoesvoJ giotf, and tILViJR MEDALS and other AWARDS OF LXOELL^NOHI AND M BRIT than pcrh*pa »U tha othei Sheep D'pa put together. AGE2TT FOX ASHBU.KTON COVSTZ _ GEO. JAMESON . .',

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 2394, 7 April 1890

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