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V.' ■ -.-■ / i ■■'.'.;, J [-/ v "f """'■ ■..-*.■• * ' '•■■•' .• <■ ■ ■■..** BAKER B,R ii S., Builders, Undertakers, etc. Corner Wakanui Road and Cass Sfcreefc (Next Central Hotel). Or at Baker and Brown's Coach Factory, HAVELOCK STREET. 2 90 • (Next the Court House.) TINWA.LD COAL AND FIREWOOD DEPOT. J.a /Clothierhas for • X-L. \J Sale—Best Newcastle, Westport, Grey Valley, and Mount Somers Coal, Firewood and Stakes. Prime Oaten Straw and Sheaf Chaff, at Ashburton^priceS; "kotice of removalT i - ■'■.-. -v - 1. %, JOHN MOISON BEGS to inform his Customers and the Ashburton Public that he has , taken bhose commodious shops in the Town Hall, to which he will remove his i business on Ist MAY next, and in consequence will hold a clearins "sale of his present Stock, at REDUCED RATES for CASH ONLY till date of removal. Drders booked will be charged at Ordinary Rates. REPAIRS neatly executed at the shortest notice. J MOISON

i CTHOHNTOH DUDLEY LA '> D ( SS CATft *. KD S :"O' X \a&B .', 161 Hi-,i*ftirJ St-e^, i.hrtM.otmrob. f hivvo flU'of ofr inoTity t» lovxi ra £oorj "•cursty «'t J.^-v x-j.lt» at in'.Mto'ii. ti.>vtral THE MIRROR," A HIGH-CLASS Weekly, Social, Political, Literary, and Dramatic paper, to be published every FRIDAY, price 3d, by the Centennial Printing and Publishing Company, Limited, Melbourne place, Russell Street, Melbourne. blisep Dipping AT '■ ■ . BROOKE'S' „ NEW PUBLIC DIP RAILWAY RESERVE, Opposite Ashburton Saleyards, , IS NOW GOING ON. Man in attendance every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 9 to 1, other days can be arranged by applying to C. M. BROOKE, East Street. PRICE : ! One Penny per head under 500 ; Three Farthings per head over 500. After Ist May, One Farthing per head more. Brooke's" Pc fact" Sheep Dip. Equal to any, and superior to most, is sold in the Ashburton County only at 6s per gallon, used 1 to 110 and or 120 gal- f lons of water, goes further and is cheaper han any OTHER DIP.

The Union Fire Insurance Company, Limited Head, Office, Christchurch. CAPITAL £2,000,000 PAID UP ... ■ ... £100,000 RESERVE AND RE-INSURANCE FUND £65,000 DIRECTORS,— Hon. J. T. Peacock, M.L.C., Chairman. P. Cunningham, Esq., H. E. Webb, G. G. Stead, Esq., Deputy Chairman, Esq., Hon. W. Reeves, M.L.C. J. Anderson, Esq., J. Palmer, Esq., General Manager, W. DEVENISH MEARES, Offices, 172 Hereford St., Christchurch. Special Features : The only Institution of the kind with its Head Office in Christchurch. Liberality in Settlement of Claims. ■» Ra^bs, fhe lowest current. AGENT FOR ASHBURTON AND DISTRICT, JOHN Gk" EESTELL WE>T STREET. ' I 4 48 I

T5735 A'RB BUYERS AT X[fl£3S,oF » WHEAT, OATS, ' BABLIY ByjSGRASS, PEAS, • ETC,, BTO. FiUEDLA^DER' BROS. ' > "Wheat BHiPivfHW~ OTB ARE- PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, FREE OF v w . COMMISSION AND INTEREST, ug»!n<it all kinds o? Prochco plaood la on? baads for shipment to the United Kingdom or the Ocntlne-jt. HAVING oar ov/u hoaoa in Loodoa la » Boffioiem gaaranfcon that the lotoreat of OlicnU, who will entrust the shipment of their grain to aa, will bo well ioofced after. Ollppta may also roly that Kxpouass will bo keps »a low ac possible, and tho higher' market value raaliaad. • • ■ • BAuH Farmer's Lot 1b shipped andor a dtoiSncfc and BOparato brand, no ttr Sots .beinp bsecd'id alika, and each lot Sa sold on ita own mortis. Prompt acooua Soles as id the past. WE arc alse prepared to Btore grain and olhar Produce at Asbbnrton; Lyndhnrat s Lytteltun or Addingtod apoo easy tsrnae, and make reasonable advanoea on i*me. FEIEDLAFOiiK BROS. /NOW LANDING ~ FX "Maud.Grabem" 20,000 Feoi DR^SS-RDJKAURI T. & G. FLOOBING T. & G. MATOE LININa AND BOARDS. EX "Spray" 30.000 Feat SPLWniD R^D VVSK ?X "ZIor" 20,000 Foot MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINE FLCOBING, LINING, AND SMBL.V F»O]vr HAVRLOOK IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVEWJiSTPOBT, NBWOASTLH!, eBBY VALLEY AND MOUNT eOMEBS COAX. W. IL COLLINS & CO. Timber and Coal Merchatits /UHBUETON. ABUNDANT OKOPB OF GUOD WOOL, OF TIIK ITlttHlfiST MAKKBT VALOE FOX ITS CLASS, ENSURED BY THE USE OF j little's patent sheep dip (no]n t-poißonous.) -ADVANTAGES OF LITIL^sTaTENT FLUID DIP :— IF PROPERLY USED Recording to the Inatruotlono, It la tho bast, tho moi effectual u«d moat valuable Dip know*'. IT IS NOT POISONOUS io animals, thoro !b therafore no dangor of p:ii*oulo^ Ilorflcti, Sheop, Oatila or other a»smalo, by tho .Dip draining oa thu grass or horbngo ; siicro Is no dangtr In Leaving it aboat in tb« way of children ox cfcbera; cor Io therv ,-sny ilfttiaer of wholesale poJson!nß from neglect, accident, ob doaign. ITS SFFEOT UPON TUB WOOL.Jh esonodingly tmporU&t to Woolgrowere. It apidly \tiorenuoa tho valao ; it ioaa t>ot aeftfit tho growth ot auy tlmo but ppor/iotsathq natural oeorctioHß, and inoroaßea th« weight, of the fiasco; It doos not fc'l&iu oir diocolot the wool, nor l«*ko out aay o? tha yolk, bat is ut till times the beat Dip for t';c wool that can bu nacd. IT IS CHEAP aad repays iteolf tenfold Io tho nheop-oirner. IT IS EASY TO US2, requirlcis very Uttlo preparation, nSlxea JoiUntly with I cold water, leavoa no Reiiimnsit, no bcuqj. no vyaßte. One gallon of Dip to 100 [q&Hons o£ water— thQ wash la then ready fcr nae. IT IS SAFB. While Polaouoaa Dips osn only be noed with caution upon abeep, th?e Dip mHy be noed upon all onlraala: Horsoo to kill teseetß and tho oanaga ; also Dags 'or the acme putpoee ; also for oxtorminatisg insects, and olUyinij ttll Srriuiion of the -kin of Dairy Cattle, Chlvea, Pigs, etc., for which* 1 pin'prte ifc is elmply invaluable. FOE SCAB, LIOE, TICKS, and insets of all kinds, it (b • most offoot«al Dp, -ird itosonghly reiioble at ali times, and in all olimates. LITTLE'S PATJcOT FLUID DIP haa a world-wide of tho bighost! po«aibie ohßrnotcr. It hasreoolvei mora ft OLD and SILVJDK MKDALS snd other AWARDS OF HXCELLSNOa AND MER[T thau peih*pa ali the other Sheep D^pa i uttogethoi , . f AGEKT FOU ASHBUHTOK COUNTS } ttEO. JAMESON -

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2405, 19 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2405, 19 April 1890

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