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BAKER BE S., . Builders, Undertakers, et<j. Corner Wakanui Road and Cass Street (Next Central Hotel). lOr at Baker and Brown's Coach Factory, HAVELOCK STREET. 2 90 (Next the Court House.) TINWALD COAL AND FIREWOOD DEPOT. ■ J. A /CLOTHIER has for . f\.. \J Sale—Best New castle, Westport, Grey Valley, and Mount Somers Coal, Firewood and Stakes. Prime Oaten Straw and Sheaf Chaff,'at Ashburton prices. I NOTICE OF KEMOVAL." JOHN MOISON BEGS to inform hia 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 ONLYitill date of removal. Orders booked will be charged at Ordinary Rates. REPAIRS neatly executed at the hortest notice. ___^_ d MOISON The Union Fire jnsura Head Office,

CAPITAL £2,000,000 :. ' PAID UP ... ... ' £100,000 RESERVE AND RE-INSURANCE FUND £65,000 DIRECTORS,— , t \ ■<. •■ ,; ;£ • Hon. J. T. Peacock, M.L.C., Chairman. P. Cunningham, Esq., H. E. WiBB, G. G. Stead, Esq., Depuby Chairman, Esq., Hon. W. Reeves, M.L.C. ' ; J. Anderson, Esq., J. Palmer, Esq., - <•>.. s• . ■ General Manager, W. DEVENISH MEARfiS, (>/ . ; Offices, 172 Hereford St., Christchurch. ; ; Special Features : TJie only Institution of the kind with its Head Ofhce in Christchurch. , j Libekality in Settlement of Claims. ; , Ratrs, t-he lowest current. ; • - \ AGENT FOR ASHBURTON AND DISTRICT, JOHN a. EESTELL WEST STREET. . TT|7B ARE BUYERS AT ALL TIMBS OF WHEAT, OATS, LJJRLEY 'SYEGRASS, FEAS, ETC., ETO« ! F.RIEDLATOEK, BROS. . "WHEAT SHIPMBNTa". WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, FBEE OF COMMISSION AND INTEREST, n£»lnet %\\ kinds of Prodaaa placed In our hands for ihlpiinent 10 the United Klucdotn or the OcntlnoDt. '- '■ "- -l - ■•<■> HAYING oar ovru house la London is a sufficient guarantee* that the Interest of Ollentß. who wtll entrust the shipment of tboir pruln to us, will be well looked after. GHecta may *ho roly that expenses will be kept as low aB possible, and the hlghei market y»l«o rsallßed. , ■ "; " : EAO3 Fsrmar'B Lot 1b Bhlpped ander a distinct and separate brand, no tw lots being branded alike, and e&ota lot is sold on its own metlta. Prompt aoooun Sales as in the past. WE are also prepared to store grain and other Produce at Ashbnrton, Ljndbnrit Lyttelton or Addington upon eaty tecmi, and make reasonable advanoes on i«me. , FRIEDLA^DJfiK BKOS. NOW LANDINGEX " Maud dMham" 20,000 Feet pRVBSKD KAURI T. &.G. FLOOBING t, & c. match lining and boards: EX "Spray" 30,000 Feet SPLENDID RED PINK. FX «Zlor" 20,000 Feat MAONIFIOENT WHITE PINS FLOORING, LINING, AND STiELV' FROM HAVELOOK. IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVE- \ WESTFORT, NIWOASTLe, GEJDY VALLI£ AND MOUNT SOMKBS COAL. w,h. gollM:&co.;;;'; : ;;-!; Timber and Coal Me rchants A&HBURTOIS. : i ABUNDANT OBOPd OV GOOD WOOL, OF TUjTS ltfHKST jytAKKAT VALUE FOR ITS CLASS, EaSURKD BY THE USE OF little's patent sheep dip (NON-POISONOUS.) m ADVANTAGES OF LITrLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP :— IF PROPERLY USED according to tha Inatruotlons, it fa the best, tia mm effectual aad most valuable Dip knows. IT IS NOT POISONOUS to animals, there Is thereforo no clangor of poisoning, Horucs, Sheep, Oattlo or other animals, by the Dip draining on the praos or herbsjga ;. there ii no danger in leaving it about ia the way of children or others ; nor la tnere Mny d»nger of wholesale poisoning from ncgleot, aooldent, or design. ITS EFFECT UPON THE WOOL Is exceedingly Import*^ to Woolgroirets.. It - apidly the value j tt does Dot arrest the growth at »ny tltno but'pr'o'motee tha natural soorctioos, and Increases the weight of the fleece; it dooa not etatn 0.----t discolot tho wool, nor take out aay of tha yolk, but la at, all tlmoa tho bast, Dip, foe the wool that o»n be used. '"''■■ IT IS CHEAP and repays iteolf ionfold to the Shoep-orrnor. IT IS EASY TO US3, requiring very HttTo proparstion, wilsea instuutly wHb ' cold water, leaves no sediment, do ecucu, no waste; Oao gallon £of Dip to 100 c gallons of wator—the wath Is then ready fur deb. ITISSAFJ3. While Poisonous Dips oan only be asod with caution upon ahoop, this | Dip may be need upon all animals : Horsen to kill inseots and the manga ; also Dogu for the same purpose ; also for exterminating moaots, und nlhying nil irritstlon of iht--3 skin of Dairy Cattle, Oalvee, Pigs, etc., for which purprsa it is aUnply iuvala^ble. FOB SCAB, LICE, TICKS, and (oieois of all ktndi, It la a most effeotusl Dip, and thoroughly reliable at all times, and in all olimstes. ! LITTLE'S PATBUT FLUID DIP has » world-wide rppntatlon of the highes;; possible oharaotor. It has received more GOLD and SILVJfiR MEDALS and othe?' AWARDS OFEyCELLBHCa AND"MERIT th»n poih*p« all the other 1' heepD!p& •ut together'" _ ' ~ , • ' ; ' .. , : „ ' ■ "" ■ ' . - cl c\GENT FOE ASHBUBTON COUNTS ; GEO. JAMESON

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2413, 29 April 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2413, 29 April 1890

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