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WHEAT. WHEAT. "WHEAT. I CASH BUYEES. i ROLIIT & CO., CANTERBURY MILLS, A SHBUK T O N, ARE still prompt Cash Buyers of Prime Milling Wheat at highest market rate s . Flour, Bran and Sharps always on hand. Gristing by patent Roll »] , done on the shortest notice. , - . —■ —— ■ . ■ a SJJJoSrihu/JflT' ' ' ' ' Tlffl'^'^^^^^^^B ? E* y/KANU^CTJRED BY MACHINCRy/ |||fi ■ f;V J <3BJ^. ""DH FUROPCMH SUPtRVIHOW. J|g| J - !!Si ND ■PRINCE' S .^l-^luP 1.!?!?^" " . , THIS PACKET IS CUARANTICO TO CftHTAIN ONE POUNO'HkTT f. ; | ♦ ONE TRIAL SOLICITED;'v 4 •[! JOHN G. RESTELL SOLE AGENT, ASHBURTON.

\ h E ARE BUYERS AT ALL TIMES OF WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY SYEOBASS, PEAS, ETC., ETC. FIJI El OL AOTER ■ BRO.& ■= ~^WHEA!F SHIPMENTS TTTK ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, FBSE OF *X>tf MISSION AND INTEREST, against ail bloda of Ptodaco piaoad ia oap hinds for 'blproent xo the United Kingdom or the Continent. BAYING our own hoase In London It a onffioienfc guarantee'that the Interest of Oil; nts, who will entrust the shipment of theU gtain to as, will be well looked after. Cllepts may also rely that expenses will be kept aa low^aa possible, aad the htghes mirk^t value realised. RA JH Farmer's Lot. is shipped nnder a distinct and separato brand, no tw lots being branded alike, and epch lot ia sold on ita own merits. Prompt aoooan -j»!€8 as in the past. WE are alec prepared to store grain and othe? Produce at Ashbnrton, Lyndhnrat I Ly',t^t»n|or Addington upon easyitetms, and make reasonable advanoes*oa samo. . '•'.. FRIEDLANDMt BROS.

NOW LANDING ■BX"M»udiGr»ham" 20,000 Feet DRWSSKD3KAURI T. & G. FLOORING " * T. &G. MATOH LINING AND BOATIDS. | EX "Spray" 30,000 Feet SPLENDID RED PINK EX "Zlor " 20,000 Fesfc MAGNIFICENT WBITB PINE FLOORING, LINING, ANDJ3UELV FROMmAViELOOK ; IN STOOK AND OW ARRIVE- , ' , WESTPOET, NBW3ABTLB,"&&fiY VALIiS? AND MOUNT BOMKKB CO At. W. H. COLLINS i CO. / Timber and Coal Merchants ASHBTOTOff. _______ ABUNDANT CROPS OfIVGOOD WOOL, OF THM HIGHEST MARKET J VALUE FORITS CLASS, EKSURED BY TflK USE OF , [ little's patent sheep dip (NON-POISONOUS.) ADVANTAGES OF LITTLE'S PATEN? FLUID DIP :—, IF PROPERLY USED Recording to the Insttuo'.ions, It la the bast, tbo tn« ', effectual and moat valuable Dip knows. ~ - . IT 18 NOT POISONOUS 10 anlm»!s, these Is therefore no dangar ofgpoiacmlnfe H-iiacß, Sheep. Cattb or other animals, by tbo Dip draining on tha grass ot herbage ; h- ro ia do danger In leaving it, about in the way of children oe others j noc is^hsra «-oy danger of wholesale polaoainu from naglect, accident, ordbslgu. iTB EFFECT UPON TRK WOOL la exceedingly Important to WooJgrowere. I 1 ayiiiiy taoteaees the v»!ne ; it tioea cot arrest tho girowth st «ny time batpromocee | -h« nctmal locretioEi, and inore»ses the wafght of the fleece; it dooa not eU!o 6t dißcohi the wool, nor take oat any of the yolk, but U *t all times the bostgDip foe tse W' ol that oan ba need.

i.T IS CHEAP and repays itself tenfold to the sheep-owner. IT IS EASY TO USB, requiring vary Httla preparation, ra!sea|Jn«tantly w'U oik\ water, leaves no Bodtraant, mo tenth, no waste; Gna gdlon Dip ia 100, of watee—the wash ia ttieu seady for uaa. . i YTISSAFHI. While Poisonous Dlpa can only betjswd with caution upongshoep, tb.4 Dip may be need npon all ou'.ruala: Horsoa to kill luaeots and the inangn ; aleo Dog : or the aanaeputpose ; also for oslormlnatiog inoeots, aud allaying all IrriUtioa of Lho : klo of Daley Oitila, Oalvea, Plga, a to., for wblch piiitpcßQ it ia simply ixi7ulatbk>. ; FOR SOA.B, LTOE,3'TIOKB, aadJinaeac3o(iUr,k!ndß,litp * most; offocfaa 1 Dip,] d thoroughly rallable at^ai^tloiu<i, t»ad^ia all cllmatea. ; LITTLE'S PATKNT FLUID DIL' has « world-wldo repatatloo of'Hhe higheit' oo?«iMo character. It huo reoelvod mom GOLD and SlLVlfitt MKDALS and ottter i WARDS OFBXOELLBNra AND^jMlCßlTj>hau perhiipd &U the|o<hec BheepD pen uttogethei'B ' ; i^GENr fOKIJASHBUJRTOIH CUUOTY

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2427, 12 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2427, 12 May 1890

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