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v" v.'^"**^ I.:■!■■■■» ■■■.';!*. -I,.'} ■ BAKER B R ? S., Builders, Undertakers, etc. Corner Wakanui Road and Cass Street (Next Central- Hotel). . .Or.at, Baker mi P,f--.v^'= C l.-.: 1- Factory, HAVKI/ick MKI-JiT. 2 90 (Next the Court House.), TINWALD COAL AND FIREWOOD DEPOT. JA /CLOTHIER has for £JL. \J Sale—Best New castle, Westporfc, Grey Valley, and Mount Somers Coal, Firewood ' and Stakes. Prime Oaten, Straw and Sheaf Chaff, at Ashburton prices. *_ NOTICE OF KEMOVAL7 j(SroioisoN BEGS to inform his Customers and the Ashburton Public that he has taken those commodious" shops in the Town Hall, to which he will remove his business on Ist MAY 'next, and in onsequence will hold a 'clearing sale of present Stock, at REDUCED RATES f or CASK ONLY till date of removal. Orders booked will be charged at Ordinary Rates. REPAIRS neatly executed at the shortest notice. J MOISON

1 THE MIRROR," > A HIGH-CLASS Weekly, Social, -LA_ 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. \ C. THORNTON DUDLEY LAND, TSSTATE 'MST> STOCK AGfcN „ ]6i Hereford Stoat, CbKiv.uhuccb. I havo,,suDi« <?f rao^ry to lon'' rn'fxoor 1 security r,t low rate of. interest. Several Far mo for Sale, • , J ; — ~ —\ , u —^——^——————~ t Whaep Dipping • AT ; .BIiOOKE'S .: NEV? PUBLIC DIP . RAILWAY RESERVE, > Opposite Ashburton Saleyards, } IS NOW GOING ON. ' Mdn 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 600. After Ist May, One Farthing per head more. ' ' * '■ '. Brooke's" Peiect * Sbeeg Dip. - Equal to any, and superior to most, is I sold in the Ashburton County only at 6s per gallon, used 1 to 110.arid or 120 gallons of water, goes further and is cheape hanany OTHER DIP. r

The Union Fire insurance Company,; Limited i Head Offlce^hristchnrcL ''} CAPITAL 1.. ... ... £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., Defluby 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 : Tile only Institution- of the kind with its Head Office in Christchurch. , Liberality in Settlement of Claims. Rates, the lowest current. ' agent' for ashburton and. district, , ' JOHN G. KESTJELL WE^T STREET. . , 443 _ : 'TFJW ARE BUYERS AT ALLTtMKS OF Y'V - WHEAT, OATS, BAKLEY SYEGIKASS, PEAS, •' • ETC., ETC. . FIiIEDLANDEIi BROS. •■.-■ WHEAT SHIPMENTS"^ vtte'arb prepared to make liberal advances, fbee of COMMISSION AND INTEREST, against bII kinds of Peddaca placed la oat hands for ihfptnent to the United Kingdom or the OcnMoant. , HAVING out owu home in London la a aaffiaiont gaiMntaa that the Interest of Clients; who will entrnst the shipment of their pram to ns,■'will be well looked after. OHerta may aloo rely that expenses wtil be kept aa low as possible, and the hlghee' market value realised. * ■ EACH Farmer's Lot Is shipped under a distinct and eepnrato brand, no tw lots being brtnddd alike, and each lot Is sold cm its own merits. Prompt acooua Sulefi as in the past. . WB are »Ibc prepared to store grain and other Produce at Aehbnrton, Lyndhnrat Cyttelton fft Addtngtcn upon easy terms, and maka re»ton»b!j.advances oq same. FmEDLAJCDiJiIi JBKOS. NOW LANDING- ' ,lX {iMaudGr»bam" 20,000 Feet DRWBST?D>KAURI T. &Q. FiiOOBING T. & tt. MATCH LINING AMD BOARDS. BX "Spray" 30,000 Feet SPLEWniD RED PINK. BX • '2lor " 20,000 Feet MAGNIFICENT, WHITE PINK FLOORING, LINING, AND SBELV ; FROM HAVjRLOOK „ I IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVEWBSTPOET, NKWGASTLS, GBEY VALLEY AND MOUNT SOMKBS COAL. ::\;v--'^E;GOLim&ca-; Timber and Coal Mercliants -AfeHBURTQN. . ""ABUNDANT OROPa OF QUOD WOOL, OJT TUinri^UasT MAKKttT VALDB FOR ITS CLASS, ENSURED BY THE USE OF LITTLE'S PATENT SHEEP DIP (NON-POISONOUS.) ADVANTAGES OF LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP :■— | F PROPERLY USED nooording to the luatruotloDß, It is th'e.'^eil, the mos JL t flfeotual ond moot valuable Dip known. „;".' IT IS NOT POISONOUS to anlnnln, there !a therefore uo dangar of polsoniDt Hifefß, Sbeep. Oattto or other auimala, by tho Dip draining on the Rtaas orherbage ; .hi to is uo dangtr in lesvlng it about ia the way of children o* others; nor la there soy danpef of wholesale poisoning from neglect, accldeDt, or dofllgn ITS KFFEOT UPON THIS WOOL Is exceedingly Important to Woolgrowere. It apldly inoreaaeß tho vslao ; It tioea rot arreet tho growth »t i»ny time butpromolea h« natural sooretlons, and increases the weight, of tfae floece ; it doea not stain or dieuoioi. tho wool, not Uke ont any of the yolk, but is at nil times the beet Dip foe $ko wool that can be nsed. IT IS, CHEAP and repays itself tenfold to the ehcep-owner. , IT IS EABY TO USE, reqnlrlng very little preparation, mixes inatantly w!th ' . oold water, leaven no eediment, do ecum, uo wsßte; One gallon ijof Dip to 100 gallons of water—the wash ia then ready for nue. . IT IS SAFJS. Whllo Polßonoua Dips can only be used with caution upon ehoep this Dip m»y be naod anon all aulraals : Homqb to kilt Inseots and the mange j alao Does ! for tho camo pu»pone ; aleo for exturminatiug inaeotß, and »llay3ng"sll Irritation of !he sklu of Daisy OaUle, Oalvca, Plg», etc., for which purpoae it la BiaiplyJnvalasble. FOR SCAB, HOB, TICKS, and Inseots of all kind., it Is «' most effeclual Dip, and i horooghly rellnble at all times, and in all climates. , ' LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID: DSP has » world-wide r.patatlon of the blgh.Bt powb'e ohoraotpr. It haoraoolyel more GOLD and SILVER MHSDAL3 and oth«, AVyARDS OFIfXOISLLKNas AND MERIT tf.a-perhap.*!? the otKe. sSJepD'J uttogethei vv* AGENT FOJa ASHBUBTON COUNTS GEO. JAMESO'H I

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2410, 25 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2410, 25 April 1890

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