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iWHEAT. WHEAT. WHEAT. OASHBUYERS , ROLLIT & CO,, CANTERBURY MILLS, ■AS Hifi U ICTiol*, ' ■ ' ARE still prompt Cash Buyers of Prime Milling Wheat at highest market r- 1 "" . Flour, Bran and Sharps always on hand. Gristing by patent Roll erp done on the shortest notice. . ,"^olom~bo,calcutt-a*^ fiS- ANP Princes ST PL)NEDINJ-^^ , TXIS PACKET IS GUARANTEED TO CONTAIN OHE POO NO KETT 1 • ONs: TRIAL SOLICITED. •• y» '■"' 'jOHN GvKESTELL SOLE AGENT, ASHBURTON.

WHEAT, OATS, BAELEY RYSGRASB, PEAS, ETC, ETC. FRIEDLAroER BROS. "WHEAT SHIPMENTS"" TirK ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, FBEE OF Vfy ■ ■ OOMMISSION AND INTEREST, against ill kinds of Piodaoe nlaoed la our hands for shipment to the United Kingdom or the Continent. HAVING our owu home in London la * snffioient guarantee] that the Interest of Clients, who will entrust the shipment of their grain to qb, will be well looked after. CHepta may also rely that expenses will ba kepi: as low^as possible, and the hlgbes -market-value realised. -■.-..' * ;., BACH Farmer's Lot la shipped andar a distinct and separate brand, no tw lota being breuded alike, and each lot is sold on ita own merits. Prompt aoooun Sales an in the past. ■•-• - •■ WE are also prepared to store grain and other Produoe at Aahbnrton, Lyndhurat lyttaltonjorj Addlngton upon easy,terms, and maka reasonable Jad vanoea on came. < FIiIEDLAS"DJSK. .Bit OS. ~~';now- landing , EX ■» Maud; Graham " 20,000; Feet DRWSSEDJKAURI T. & G. FLOORING T. & G, MATOH LINING AND BOARDS. BX-<"Bpi»y" 30,000 Peefc SPLENDID RED PINK EX "Zlor" 20,000 Feet MAGNIFICENT WHITE«PIN6I FLOORING, LINING, AND SBELV FROM3HAVELOOK. IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVEWESTPORT, NEWOABTLS, GEEY VALLEY AND , MOUNT SOMEBS (i COAL. W. F; COLLINS & Co> Timber aood Coal Merchants ABKBURTON. ABUNDANT CROPS OF GOOD WOOL, OF THE HIGHEST MARK >/J VALUE FOR ITS CLASS, ENSURED BY TH^R USE.OF LITTLE'S PATENT SHEEP DIP (NON-POISONOUS.) AIJVA^TAGES OF LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP :— S F PKOPrfRLY USED aooordlog to the Instruction?, it If the baaObe mo , 1_ oUeotjni ar.d moit valuable Dip known. IT IS NOT POISONOUS to anliaaalfl, there la therefore no dnngsr of poiaonlng Horacis, Shoop, Ofittlb or other animals, by the Dip draining on the g;aas or herbage 5 ',b(to !a no daDgcr in leaving it cboat 1c the way of children or otheri; nor la there »uy a ( g>-r of wholoaale potapalng from negleot, aooldeat, or design. ITS i'.FFEOT UPON THE WOOL le exceedingly Import.nt to Woolgrowsra. It .ipitily incteaaea the valae ; it does not arceet the growth at any time but promotes U>e natural aooretlona, and Incroosea the weight of the fleece ; It doos^ not etain ot dlecoloi the wool,,nor Uke oat any of the yolk, but la st all times be*tj Dip for l£e wool that can be used. IT IS OHEAF and repays ittelf tenfold to the sheep-owner. IT IS EASY TO USE, requiring very little preparation, dixea Instantly with ccld water, leaves no sediment, no ecum, no waate. Oao gallon*", of Dip to 100 gallons of water—the wash Is then ready foe uae. IT IS SAFE. WiilU Polßonoua Dips can only be nssd with caution upon nheep, this Dip may be need npon'all aulmals: Horaea tp kill Insects and the mange ; olso Doga tor the ••me putpoee ; aUo for exterminating ingeota, and allaying eil Irritation of too idhjOf Dairy Oattlb, Calves, Pigs, etc;, for which purpose itlUjslniply invalcuble. FOR^SOiB, Lias), TICKS.land inseati of all klads, It la a moat «gectu.l JV Tl d.thooagniy reliable at all.Alaies, and in all|ollm^t33. LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP has a worldwide reputation of the highest poaalble ohaiaoter. It has received more (GOL 1) »?ud SILVER MICD.ALS and other MVARLS OFEyOELLENf SAND MERIT thaii{peit*ps<«H tho lothcr fßheepDlyß uttogethei" "' AGENT FOE ASHBnTiTOto uoUNTI GEa JAMESON : \^f

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2433, 19 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2433, 19 May 1890

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