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WHE ATWHEAT. TOE A:T. CASHBUYERS ROLLIt & C 0., .;. CANTERBURY MILLS, % ASHBURTON", ARE still prompt Cash Buyers of Prime Milling Wheat at Is i ■!■;■! iii i-\.! r Flour, Bran and Sharps always on hand. Gristing by ;>.■. ■■: :. It -i! .::-p done on the shortest notice. - ,' ' ' I ■ \ " ' " j. , El " ful "'■t fO / 'Jr F '■****^^^"^ -^' ißiff^WfE IU jH V * s gl ftl Mft'uMJW.CTURED BY li)lACHrwtßY7*Bfflj|M I FlcO LO MB O-C A LCUTTA^ | i[f^AND PRINCESS!' dUft E D:t N iffifoh ; I THIS PACKET 15 CUARANTKO TO CONTAIN ONE !»OUMD<HCTT ' > [ ft ONE TRIAL SOU CITED; y» : JOHN a HESTELL SOLE AGENT, ASHBURTON... Uy Jfi AK.B iiUJfISHi AT ALU,T[M«S OF " ~ ~ ~ WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY ' \ RYEGKASS, PEAS, ETO t| ETC. F.KIEBLADDER BROS. ~ WHEAT SHIPMENTS^ ¥TTTK ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, FBEE OF COMMISSION AND INTEREST, against dlkfnda of Prodaoa plaood Id out haadi for shipment to the UciSed Kingdom or the Continent. HAYING our owu hoaao io Londoa la a anffioieat gamnteaf that the Into-eel of Clients, who will.entrust tho ohjpmsnt of their flrraia to as, will be well looked *fc jr. Olleptn may also raly that expanses will ba kept aa lowjaa posalblo. and the hlzhw mtrket value realised. BAOH Farmer's Lot Is shipped nndar » disttocfc and separate brand, no tir loti being branded alike, and esoh lot is uold on its ova merlta. Prompt acooin Sales aa io the paat. : WE ate also prepared to Btore grain and other Produoo at Aafabnrton, Lyndhnrst Lytteltoo|or Addington np;u eaeyitorma, and mako roaeoncbio Rdvanceßjon* tame. FRIEDLAN~DEIi BJKOB. - iNOW LANDING IPX " Maud Grabara " 20,000 Feet DRWSSTTb KAURI T. & Q FLOOBINQ T.& G. MATOH LINING AND BOARDS. EX "Spray" 30,000 Feet SPLENDID RKD PINK EX "Zior". 20,000 Feet MAaNIFIOBNT WHITE PINB FLOORING, LINING, AND SHELV FROM^HAVfiLOOK. .. IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVE— WESTPOBT, NEWOASTLg, GitEY VALLEf AND MOI3JNT SOMEBB COAL. \ ITCI I . - W. E, GOLLINSI 'GO. % Timber and Coal Merchants

ABUNDANT CROPS OF GOOD WOOL, OF THE HIQHEST MARK fci VALUE FOR ITS CLASS, EHSURED BY THE USE OF LITTLE'S PATENT SHEEP DIP (NON-POISONOUS.) ADVANTAGES OF LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP :— IF PROPERLY USED according to the Imtruotlons, It is the best, tbo mo effectual aud moit valuable Dip knowo. IT IS NOT POISONOUS to animals, there ti therefore no dangar oflpaiaon'ng Honea, Sheep. Cattle or other animals, by the Dip draining on thegrass or her bag a; there Is no danger In leaving it about in the way of children of others; nor ta .there any danger of wholesale poisoning from negleot, aeoldent, or design. ITS BFFEOT UPON THE WOOL Ib exceedingly important to Woolgrowoce. It apldly Increases the value ; It floes not arrest the growth at anytime but promotes this natural seoratloos, and increases the weight of the fleece; It does' not sUlo o I (Uscoloi the wool, nor Uke out any of the yolk, but la st all .times the^beet «Dip fo the wool that can be used. • * ; IT IS OHEAF and repays itself tenfold to the sheep-owner. IT IS EAST TO USE, requiring very little' preparation, mlxesfllnstantly with 1 cold water, leaves no sediment, no scum, no waste; One gallon^of Dip to 100 callous of water—the wash Is then ready for use. ,-.', '■ . : : ' ■ •, ■ IT IS SAFE. While Poisonous Dips can only be used with caution upon Jshaop, thU Lip may be used upon all animals: Hones to kill Inseots and the manga ; also Dog* or the same purpose; also for exterminating insects, and allaying all irritation of the kin of Dairy Cattle, Calves, Piga, etc;, for which purpose it Is simply invalotble. FOR SCAB, LIJ£,3TtOK3. audjinsests oP all :|klads, it is|* most|i effectual Dip d thoroughly reliable at all times,{and in alliolimatos. < LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP has a world-wide reputation* ottth© highest possible charaoter. It has received more GOLD and SILVER MEDALS and ofchnr SWARDS OFEyOELLffiNfE AND MERlTithan perhaps aUgine othei SfaeeD Dill ut togethet* ; .... > , , " AGENT FOE ASKBHRTOK COUNTS w ttEO. JAMESON; :. :^

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2431, 16 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2431, 16 May 1890

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