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4^^ -J^Jlls&SjMSflßlj^^t ' BAKER BR 5.," " Builders, Undertakers, etc. Corner Wakanui Road and Cass Street (Next Central Hotel). Or at Baker and Brown's Coach Factory, I HAVELOCK STREET. 2 90 (Next the Court House.) TINWALD , COAL AND FIREWOOD DEPOT. JA /"CLOTHIER has for • ii:. \J Sale—Best New ' castle, Westport, Grey Valley, and Mount Somers Coal, Firewood and Stakes. Prime Oaten Straw and Sheaf Chaff, at Ashburtori prices. , NOTICE OF REMOVAL. ; r.». v ■> vV p, ;-.;■. ■ v ■■■■*'►>. , JOHN" MOISON 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 for CASH ONLY till date of removal. Orders booked will be charged at Ordinary Rates. REPAIRS neatly ~ executed at the h ortest notice. • 0 MOISON

[ TO LET. . I^TEAR Woollen Mills, Six Roomed j _L_N House, and a Five Roomed one. / Apply at Stbelb's Store. 4 168» oriiiiiftMToii bod ley r_A - 1 d. i_ar-iTft and sic:K aokn .• 16L ii-ruf..rd St ea*, (Jhtiß^tun'o I. [ liava sun « of mont-y t-- lend m cooc 1 ■t cun'ty .X Li ■•■ r-ie -j£ ia:tiiO-t. ti.jv\-ra-tiliaep Dipping AT /pitOOKE'S NEW PUBLIC DIP RAILWAY RESERVE, i Opposite Ashburton Saleyards, I 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. Bfoole's li Feiict'" Siieep Dipj 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 gallons of water, goes further and is cheape hananyJDTHER DIP.

ThG Union Fire insurance Company, limited Head Office, CMstchurch. CAPITAL > T~T~ ... ' ... £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. Reuvtes, M.L,C. ; J. Anderson, Esq., J. Palmer, Esq., .- ■ • v General Manager, W. DEVENISH MEARES, Offices, 172 Hereford St., Christchurch. Special Features : The only Institution of the kind with its Head Oihce m Christchurch. - Liberality in Settlement of Claims. , . Ra™bs, f-he. lowest current. ' "■• -' AGENT FOR ASHBURTON AND DISTRICT, JOHN a. EESTELL WEST STREET. „, = & 45 \]\JT& ARK BUYERS AT ALL TIMES OF WHEAT, OATS, ISAKLEY . HYEGKASS, PEAS, ETO t , ETC. FKIEDLAffDER BROS. ' . "WHEAT BHJPivi"ENTS~. WK ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, FREE OF .. ' ■ • ' ■ ' '• " ''COMMISSION AND INTERfIyT, og^nsfc all ktr-cla of Ptodnoo 'phcod la on? h»nd» for'nhfpmeut \o the UcJtotl Klngdotn'or tho Continent. . HA.VItTQ-out own honßO in London la ft soflbiarit, guarantees that, the laterest *'»f Ollenfcu, who will entrust the Bbipmaot of thoir {jrain to as, w!l! be well irjoked dftcr ioiicpt* may ulao toly that cxpenees will bo kept »a low &b poaalbla, acd the faighes intrkat value realised. BACH Farmer's Lot Is ablppoS nr.dar a diafc^ct; and sopsrato brand,-no tw ?otß beiug braoded aliko, and apch lot is Bold on its owu aisrks. Prompt acconn tatefl as in the peat; >„ • '• WE ara also prepared to et'o*o gm!n and other ?ioffuce »t Aahbnrton, Lyndharst [.vltelton or Addingtcn opon easy tarme, and mako teseonsble advances oq itme, FRIEDLANDJiK BROS. •f~7 MOW LANDING ~~ "EX ««M»udLar»b»m" HO.OOO Feet DUv S gT?DSKAURI T. Sb G. FLOORING ■■ t. & <i. Match lining and boards r EX "Spray" 30,000Feot SPLTSN^id RED PINR. * EX 'Zlor" 20,000 Feefc MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINS i • FLOORING, LINING, AND SWELV FROM HAVRLOOK. ■ , IN STOOK AND TO ARRIVE-■ • • ' ■) , : W£STPOBT, WBV^OASTLV, GEEY VALLBS AND i MOUNT fcOMEBS COAL. W, H/COLLINS & GO. , V Timber and Ooal Merchants AgHBUBTOK. , ABUNDANT UKGPa OV GuOJD WOOL, OF THKHfeliilST MAKKKT VALUE FOB ITS CLASS, BiSSURED BY TOE USE OF MTTLE'S PATENT SHEEP DIP i (NON-POISONOUS.) ■ ; .; ADVATSTAQES OF LITILE'S PATENT 'FLUID DIP :— IF PROPERLY USED noccrdln;? to tho Inatsruotlona, It le the best, the moa effectual Rod moat valuable Dip knowo. IT IS NOT POISONOUS to animals, there (s thereforo un dangar of poisoning Horsefl, Sheop. Csttb or other animala, by tho Dip draining on tbe jtraoe or herbago ; ibere lo co daDgtr tn le»v«ng it aboat ia tha way of ohl dran or others; nor (3 there I *oy iloDßor oi whoJesale poiaoafne from neglect, »co!deDt, c.t desfgn. ITS JSFFEOT UPON TRS WOOL In exceedingly important to Woolgrowera. ' It aplrtly \oores«oa tho valag ; it io?a uofc arrest thu growth at «ny tlcia but promoleo tKu natii'al Bocretlona, and increased tha weight of the flesoo ; it dose not etnlu or diacoloi the wool, cor tika out avy of tho yc4k, but la st all tlsnea tho beet Dip foe tUa wool that cau be naod. IT 13 O3EA.P and iop»ya itralf tenfold to tho ahcep-owusr. j JT IS EASY TO USHi, rcqulrluc* very ]!<Mn ijrcpard'.ioL-, wlsea Inslanlly wUh cold wntor, louvot no H-^ciiui'.'tit, uo acuai. no Wiielc. Oia;) gallon j-jof Dip tJ 100 ■>»liona of walo;—the wash ia Mica reody for vac. !T IS S'AFW. Whiifl Polflonoua DIpH csn ouly be u»nd with caution Hpnn ehecp, tli's Dip may bo naod upon oil nuinialii: Homci] to fcili hsccls nnl iho nianqo ; sloo Dogs ,'ot tho * pmpyee ; also for fixu-rmlnaliag inat'cts, and a!Uy:u:< bII Irritation of the , :-J:fn of Dalty O.\Ulc, OUvea, P\ia, etc., for vision t)iit'{irad it is elmply invalinble. FOR SCAI3, LICE, TIOKS. and Ineo^g of oil klnda, it [a a mo.xt Dip, I c r>d ttoroa^lily roiiablo »t all, an<\ in u;l ciimotca. \ LLTTLffi'S PATEtir FLULD DiP has « world-vrlda w-pn«a«oa cf tho hi«hs»t { posaib'o nhr.rnc!t(>r. T h»a reoalvc J morn !>OLD ond HILViS^ MKDALS end o'\o: /> OFEyOKLLBNfJi AND MBR[Tjth»a perh.ipa »U the othei Sheep Dips i ut iogethoi t I AUENT JFOK ASHBUKTON COUNTS j I GEO. JAMESON

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2412, 28 April 1890

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