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WHEAT. WHEAT. WHEAT. 'OASH■B ,TJ V E R S ROLLIT ';.& C 0., - CANTERBURY MILLS, I.' ..:; :., ,; AS li B U IVT ON, ■/. . ARE still prompt Cash Buyers of Prime Milling Wheat at highest market v '■ Flour, Bran andSharpa always on hand. Gristing by patent Rollerp done on the shortest notice. ■ ' ,


WHEAT, OATS/'. BARLEY £YKGHASS, PEAS, ETC., ETC. , -FtiIBDLAftDER. BROS, ; "WHEAT SHIPMENTS WR ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, FREE OF COMMISSION AND INTEREST, against all kinds of Prodoeo placed in oor bands for •hfponent tcntho Ccited Kingdom or the Ocatina-;t. HAYING our owu hoove In London Ib « anflHeat gnar»ntees that the Interest o! Ollenls, who will entrust the nhlpmaot of thak pram to as, will ba well looked after. Clients may alao ■ rely that cxpoosoa will bo kept as'lpw-ao possible, and the hlghes market value realised. EACH ,F»rmßr'a Lot ia shipped nnder a distinct and separate brand, ■ no tw loti being bcicdud alike, and epoh -lot la oold oq its own raarils. Prompt aoooan Salei a« in the pnst. WE are »lno proptred to Btore grain and othec Produce at Aabbirfcon/Lyndfaarat Lytteltcn^or Addingtcn^npah easy .testae, and mako reasonable advancea'on s»me. .'. ■'. .■FRIjBIDLAFDJfiIi BROS. TTv^VSQW LANDING- 7~ ":M»udiGMham " 20,000 Foot DRUBSKD KAURI ■ T. & G. FiiOOBINO T. &. d. MATOH LINING AND BOARDS. EX " Spray " 30,000 Feat SPLENDID RKD PINW. ,v EX "Zlor" 20,000 Feofc MAaNIFIOHN TT WHITE -PINK 1 .•'■-;. ' ... FLOORING, HNIN.O.-JA.ND SHELV ; ; ' " ' FROirHAViSL'OCK. ' i IN STOOK AND, TO ARRIVE- , , , '. WfSTPOBT, NEvraASTM, $&&! VALL2^ AND I MOUNT SOMKBB .OOA.L. v ... CO, : ;;;' : ' Timber and Coal Merchants ASHBUBTOiT;

ABUNDANT CROPS OF GOOD WOOL, OF-THE HIGHEST MARK V) VALUE FOR ITS CLASS, ESSURED B± THK Utfß OFLITTLER PaTjQNT SHEEP, DIP . (NON-POJSONOUS.) AJJVAIVrAaES OF LITXLE^ATENr FLUID DIP ft :— LF PROPERLY USED according to th? Instructions, It Is the beat, the mo effectual and valuable Dip known. ' '.'.'.'■ IT 18 NOT, POISONOUS to animals, theio Is ihe>roforo nodangar of poisoning Hoisos, Sheep, Oat'.lo or othc-.r aoim&la, by the Dip draining on iho grace 01 herbage ; thero is no <iang;r 1q joaving ifc abooM^bjß way of childfen'ot othera; nor la ttaero auy ilnnger of wool-. :rl> i.?'?o;-\: ;■ iiciu negloct, acoident, or design. ITS iSFFEOT t; \>N I;«..::\VOOL is exceedingly imporUbt to Woo'giowers. It, apidly \ocreaaos tho vftloe,' Hfjsioes pot arrtet tho growth 'at uny't'tlms but thu natatal aeoretiooft, aod tocteaaea the weight 1, of the fleece ; L lt does' cot etalu ot diseoloi the wro'^uo.- Ukaoat suy of tho.yolk, bat Is &t''al^tlmei the bent Dip for tbG wool that ofiu ba o&od. It 18 OHBAr Bnd repays itself tenfold to tbe aheep-ownsr. IT IS EASY TOjUSE, reqalrins; vety lllt?e preparation, atires'iginitftn.tly witli cold water; leavoa no nadituoat, no bcuoi, no waste' One|jil!oD;|o^?Dip| ia 100 gallons of water—the waah is then ready for ose. ' ITIB SAFK. While Pblwncnfl D!pi only be and with o utlon upon a\ieep, this Dtp m*y b« need upon all auiiuala : Honaa to kill Insects and the aaaa^; ;-.\aj Di'gi for the acme putpoee ; also f^r extsmlnatio^ inieots aod allaying all Irrttat ua c.f tho kio of DatsygOattla, <,klvtß,|PJgß, etc., for wiiloii purpose itj,ls simply ia?ala iblu. FOR S'3AB, r^J 5,3Tf0K3. aadj!aseaii}o(|)H' k'n i, i-f|ls Wfmißt eSfeotaalSDip d ihotoagmy.rdtlabli|al|»U tl nasjind In all|ollm»tOi. LITTLE'St/PATENr FLUID DIP hai aTworld--^ fepntstlongofS.he highest possible chuaotrr It hasrsqalved mor GOLD and SILVERIMBD^M and otbeAWARDS .OF^yOBLIiENf fI'AKDJ UtiaT tbanlperhitpaiaUithe othra^hseplD-pi togethet g , " , : , i&GENT&FOT ASHBUBTON OOUNOT • 1 GEO. JAMESON^'■.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2432, 17 May 1890

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