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"WHEAT. WHEAT. WE \T. CASH BUYERS ROLLI.T & C 0,, - ' , CANTERBURY MILLS, • Q'^-i "R IT PT H M ' * ' • ki? ?£ 1) tJ -2XI A. \J v>, A RE still prompt Cash Buyers of Prime Milling Wheat at highest market r .JLJL Flour, Bran and Sharps always on hand. Griacing by patent Rollerp done on the shortest; notice. .' ' ' : " COLOMBO/CAlCUl'lA^vj ; * ■ (n&wo Princes ST. DUN£DIN;-^^\ " " ■'■ ''.'•' ,".■'■.■ . ' ■."«"^ I.i - . .!_'..' ; '''_■_- -' s! ..i.Cj 'Vy , TfilS PACKET IS Gt'AfsA«r£Eo TO CONTAIN o!<£ POUHDNETT . ' - I ® QfJE TRIAL SOLI CITED. -.• • / JOHN G. KESTELL _' ; - A OLB AGENT i ASHBURTON. :. i AV4 iBtTiF S-l i% V? V.d". CCM'IJ 0?' '' J WHEAT, OATS,. •' • B IRLEY •FEM,.. •:. ... • .' -. : ' ETO.:, ETC. "' . '" °FttIF.OLA¥pEIV'-BROS, - /WHEAT SHIPMENTS ;:: tJJ\\ Aa3 PREPARED TO M4KE LIBERAL ADYANOBS, F32E 'OP. OoiIMsSSIOIT AND ItTTBRSaT, agatasfc aU klnda o? Prodaoa plaoad la oie hand* for shipment to tha Uoifced Kingdom or tha Continent. HAiYINQ- ouc owu honae In London ia a aaffioiaai; gaarantee] that tha Interest of Ollonts, who wjll enteuat the aMpmanfc of tbatr^rain to as, will be well looks i sftrr. G Qt>is nasy also raly that oxpaasos will bo kop1; as losy^as posalble, aad tho higbes jerkefc vslae ?o«!l88d. ■ ■ ' , I EACH J^Ermos'a Lot Id ahlppad oadar^ digtfnci and aeparate braail, no t* lota being bisnded alike, aod esoh] lob is soli oa ita owa meflta. Prooapt asjeo-jp Sales aa in the pint. : " . ■ ' " \ WE are al«" psepEtad to st^s'geala aad oihes Pcofiaoo at Aahbirfcon, Ljnd^urst Lyttalton os Addlngtcn apaa.d^sy^to^ais, and raaka raasonsblaJsdvanoaß oq bjho, ■ . FEIEDLi-N'Difili BKOS. ..NOW LANDING--""':. EX "Mau'a Gr«h»m '^20,000^cof: DR/^RgTUDgKAURI !P. & G. FLOOBiUO -■ ■ ' ' '■ JT.& <?i MATCH LINING AWp BOARDS. • ■ EX^'Sptay" 30,000 Feefc SPLEWDID R^D PIN 1?. ':- : BX "ZIor" 20,000 Feat MA.aNIPIOSNT WHITS:PINS ; , .. FLOORINa, LINING, IAWD SBBLY ' FRO-^HAYJfiSIiOOE^-. *. ' ." •■ : IN STOCK AND TO,?ARRE!ZE~ . r westport, newcastle, erw{yaljmy &$d mount jsomeks;;©^al. ; : ;;::•■ .; : Vs¥,-I. COLLINS &€a [ .C- \ Timber and Coal Merchants " ASHBUBTON. J . ABUNDAKT OR(5;P« OF GOOD WOOL, OF THK HIQHESI? MARK .1$ VALUE FOIi.ITS CLASS, ESSURED BY THE USE Otf JLITTLE^S- : PATJh]NT .SHEEP. DIP "\" (NO^POISONOUS.) J-VIXSTAQES^OFiLITTLE^fiTFATENr FLUID DIP :—', t F PROPERLY CTSISD ficoordbg to tha Inductions, It Is the best,." the a - 1_ effectual u-s-s uiosfc valaable Dip known. • . I 1 1:'. NOT POISONOUS to ahloiala, there fs^therefore no dangar of polß-.:-!:^ 11 -*i.- Sheop, Cattlo or other anfmcio, by the Dlpjdrainlng on the grass ot liorte,'.:. ; ;, r? :'. no danger in lo:,v!ng it aboat in the way of children or others; nor.J^j tier : :.7 -> for of TrholnF.tile poleonlng from nogleot, acotdeDt, or deslgo. jr.- UPOW TAJfi;WOOL(s exceedingly ImporUatjto Woolgrow re. J» \ i< '„ M/cr^ftcc^'^ho VAlna ; £t,3oea Dot orreßLtLio yrowthut %vty time but prooio <.-i \.-a i. .Tiirttl cccrciious, vad iuoieasea the weight of thejlecce ; ti lt does] uot titalu .•• ... ,o;.i tli^ wcol, a ao» t*!;eont any of the yolk, but is at all tltaes ; :jthe beats Diy cr t v wi. oi that caii bo mod, IT IS OLIBAF aud ropayo iteelf tenfold to tho ahcep-owcor. IT ISiEASY TO US33, reqatateg very littlo' prcpirr.tioo,^ aiixes In3'.ant!y v'ti colii \vite*i leaves no uedimoct, no eculq, no wasiei.j'.Ono gai'.jn.' v oi Dip^to lO> {.'.uliona of ffsito?—tie Wflali is theu ready for^uac. Li' IM SAFK...WhiIe Po.'eoROUQ Dips oaii oa!y be nßGd"wJtb?oaatlon up?n Bhosp, !b i ['•ir. iniy b?> oco.i ni"on ai' aiisr.!. la : Horpaajlo 1;E11 tneccla aud the oau^o ; ;;!ss' Do%' (■r'ti o m\vns pu'pcso ; aho for o^t-f?njir.atioii*inaoot3, nad allaying uli !i-ri'i:.-n.i of -h ■: l-o: ijßiry Oatth'.^Oaiv'to, P[gj,.etc.^i!os wuich purpi?ao iij{3]ui:u[flj' invulai '■> •• Y'ji'.'.^O VS,.JCiT j '', 'V'.Ci v-i.jitilliiuijsj oijilljj 'du'.ls,jit ;»!-a UtO?: ctKo-j-i f- p d i O'i,u.',-.:iy roiii'jie .-.t all a ti ji :; ; .ktcl iv Ali^llm^O], ' LIPTI",WS PATESNTSFLUIDIDXPJIiE.a.Vfi.w^H-wiaoi-v.pat^Jon of tbo high...----po-a-.b o character. It hna ruco.'vc'l unco rtcd GiLViflJl M?iDJ..rj^ jiu's ni A.WAllDSjOFislXOiSiuiiiSi" fl'Ai'O. 'V!clltt .\i::3'...piih*f3 .-.fl.tna oihds h»pp D-jr a,ge^t; : foe ASTiunaTOiN u'niNr; . 1 \^A 5..-a ft > .:. iV t/<.A_ iJ^.'\/ J.. 1 j ...•.-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2434, 20 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2434, 20 May 1890

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