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1 A LL ACCOUNTS due to me must be XJL paid to me or to Mr J. C. Corr, Solicitor, Ashburton, on or before the 21st DAY of MAY instant, or legal' proceedings will be taken to recover the same without further notice. Dated this 6th day of May 1890. JAMES GUDSELL, Grocer, &c, 5 46 Tinwald. i , : A» jft b 0 vJP Q ft BAKER BE. S., Builders, Undertakers, etc. Corner Wakanui Road and Cass Street (Next Central Hotel). Or at Baker and Brown's Coach Factory, HAVELOCK STREET. 290 (Next the Court House.) |

.If"* V. : ' 's JOHN -fIyfOISON OHN JXLOISON HAS NOW REMOVED to the TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, and having had considerable Alterations made, the premises are now Complete for his business. STOCK is large and seasonable and for sale at his usual Low Rateß. gg^" Repair? Promptly Attended To. JOHN MOISON

MILNEix <& THOMPeON': GREAT PATENT TUKM' DEYiGE BY WHICH A PIANO STANDS PERMANENTLY IN TUNE AFTER THE STRINGS ARE ONCE STRETCHED IS THE BEST PATENT EVER DISCOVERED FOR PIANOS, AND WILL LAST 200 YEARS. A SPECIAL First Award has just been given to the Firm by the Jurors at the Dunedin Exhibition, — . A L S O- ® A First Award for Gland Pianos. ■ A First Award for Cottage Pianos, — ' Or Three First Awards being the highest possible distinction that could be gained. The Prices of our Two Models as exhibited at the Exhibition are respectively 60 and 70 guineas, but we have Pianos with Iron Frames from £30, any of which can be purchased on Two Years' Hirei Purchase System, &c.' the Union Fire insurance Company, Limited Head Office, CMstctorch. 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; 5, Hon. W. Reuses, 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. j / Ra""gs, fhe lowest current. ' AGENT FOR ASHBURTON AND DISTRICT, JOHN G. EEST.ELL ; WEST STREET. 4 4o

TK7B AEK BUYERS AT ALL TIMFSS OF WHEAT, OATS, BABLEY HYEeRASS, PEAS, ETO., KTO. I FiiXir.DLA.EDER BROS. WHEAT" SHIPMENTS TTTK ARE PREPARE!* TO WAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, FBBB OF COMMISSION AND INTEREST, ngulcst all kinds of Pfodnco placed la onr haaor for shipment xo the United Kiußctom or the Ocntlne-u. HAYING our owu hont« In London is a anffiaieat guarantee-' that the Intereal of Clients, who wtil entrunt tho obipment of thoir grain to ne, will bo well looked af tp.r. OHerte may also tdl? that expanses will bo kept »s low as poaalbla, and the bl^ha* coarkot v&iae realised. EACH Farmer's Lot is ahJppod nador n distinct and separate brand, " no in lots being branded slika, and et»ch lot ia aold oa ito own merits. Prompt acc:n:) j Sales as in the past. • WE ate alac prepared to etoro grain and othot rroduoe at A.inbnrton, Lyndhani Lvttelton or Addlngtcn apoo o»By torons, and make ro«on*ble advances on *amj.

FRIEDLA^DJiiIt BROS. ~ iJSIOW LANDING <M»udiGr*h»m" 20.000 Feot DUTCSBTCD KAURI T. &G. FLOORING U> T, & G. MATOH LINING AMD BOARDS. EX "Spray" 30,000 Feet SPLENDID RED PiNW. EX "Zlor" 20,000 Feet MA^NIFIOBNT WHITE PINE! FLOORING, LINING, AND SHELV FROM HAVJSLOOK. IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVEWEBTPOBT, ISfBWOASTLtf, GiiiiY VALLSY ANP MOUNT SQM&BS COAX. W, H. COLLINS & CO, Timber and Coal Merchants ASHBUETON. ABUNDANT OKOP3 OV GOOD WOOL, OF TflK BIQIiBST MARKET VALUE FOR ITS CLASS, SJXSURIiD BY THE USE OF little's patent sheep dip (NON-POISONOUS.) ATiYA^TAGES OP LIT iLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP :— IF PROPERLY USED nocordlni? to the lostjuoilons, tt Is the boat, tbe m> tffectual and most valuable Dip kaovrc-.

IT IS NOT POISONOUS to animals, there fa therefore no dangar of poisoning Horeep, Sheep. Cattle or other animals, by the Dip draining on iba grass or herbng ■ ; thtre ia no danger Id lesvicg it about in the way of children ur others j nor la thjro any danger of wholesale polaoninp, from neglect, acoldeufr, or design. ITS KFFEOT UPON Tttifi WOOL ia exceedingly imporUDt to WoolgrotrerH. Ii apidly taoce&aos the vatao ; It ioaa cot arrest tli'o growth at my time but promo uo tha natural accretions, and inorojusea the weight, of the flaoco ; It does not ettila or dlocolot the wool, nor Uke oct auy of tha yolk, but; la at all tlaioa the beot Dip for the wool that o»n be mod, IT IS CHEAP and repays itself tenfold to tho eheep-o;rner. IT IS EASY TO USE, requiring very little proparatfon, qjlxeß'lnnlnntly with aold wttor, leaven no nedinaom. wo ocura. no waste. One gallon of Dip to 100 gallons of water—tha vva&h is thc-u ready for uae. ITISSAFS, While Poleououa Dlpn can only be aged with oautlon upon theop, thti Dip may be used upon all aulnialis: Horece to kkll Icatcta and the manga ; also Doge ror tbo B»me putpone ; also for extiertnlnatirg inseotß, end allaying ell Irritation of tbe kn of Dnl<y Cittle, Oilvss, Plga, etc., for which purprse it la almply iuvaluible. ~ ■ FOR SCAB, MOB, TICKS, and Ineeate of all |klndß,git ta|»J mo 6 t| effectual Dip, i d thoroughly reliable at all ttmea, and in all cllmales. LITTLB'S PATENT FLUID DIP hau a world-wide rppatatloa of^the fblghest vosatble obarnoter. I? has received morn GOLD snd SILVER MtCDALS snd other AWARDS OFffyOELLKNf a AND MERIT thta pejhapa all tha other SheeplDipi ■ at togaobet'C •-t. n I. _ i jij ;/LQBKT FOE ASHBUIiTON COUNTS UEO. JAMESON

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2423, 7 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2423, 7 May 1890

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