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"WHEAT. WHEAT. TOE A.T CASH BUYERS R O L L I T & C 0,, ' '' CANTERBURY MILLS, AS BU-KTtft,-A RE still prompt Cash Buyers of Prime Milling Wheat at,highest market r _ZjL Flour, Bran an.i Sharps always'on hand. Gristing by patent Rollerp done on the shortest notice. colo'mb"o,calcutta 7ft /[f^AND PRINCES ST DUN EDI N.'-J^q^ THIS PACKET IS GUARANTEED TO CONTAIN ONE PQUHO.NCTT _c ONE TRIAL SOLICITED. • '•:• JOHN G. KESTELL' ... , SOLE AGENT, ASHBURTON. p*JS IR^S BiJXSRS AT AtitiTtWm OF WHEAT, OATS, BABLEY BYKGBASS, PEAS, ETC, ETC, FiiJEIDLA.¥DER BROS. WHEAT SHIPMENTS SITK ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, FREE OF COMMISSION AND INTEREST, against bU kinds 0? PeoJaoo phoad Id out hande for fhlponent to the United Kingdom or tha Ocntlnaut. HAYING our o«ru house In Litidoo Is a eafflaient guarantor that the Interest of Clients, who will entrust the shipment of thair grain to ao, will bo well looked after. Clients may also ra!y fchnt expenaaa will bo feep 1; *a los^as possible, aid the htgbes ■xwrket value reillcei. . EACH Farmer's Lit !a oMpped qodar. % distinct aad aepirats brand, no tw. lots being br»ndad alikg, aad esoh] lot la sold on Its own msdle. Prompt acooua s*los aa in the past. WE aro alir prepared to ctore "grata anl othor "Peoduso at Aahbnrton, Lyndhnrat fyUeltcn'or Addingtcm op jrTeasyJterois, aad naaka rejaoa«ble]adraacoß on Bisnue. FRIEDLAN^DBIi BROS. ~ NOW LANDING IX " Maud Gr»h«m " JJO.OOOJFeet DR^SS^D^KAURI T. & G. FLOOBING T. & G. MATOH LINING AWD BOARD?!. EX "Spray" 30,000 Feet SPLE^n) RED PiW ■ BX "Zlor " 20,000 Feet MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINS FLOORING, LINING,^AND ST3EUV FROMIHAVfiLOCK, IN STOOK AND.TO3ARRIVEWESTPOBT, NEWOABTLS, $U$Y VALLBf AND MOUNT eOMKES COAX.. W. H. COLLINS & CO. Timber and Ooal Merchants AfcHBUKTON. AB^DAWT UKUPcJ Utr IiUOJL> WUUL, OF THK HIGHEST MA UK 1^ VALUE FOR ITS CLASS, IfiSU&SD BY TEK USE OF jLITTLE'S PaTKKT SHEEP DIP . , (NOF-POISONOUS.) : AIJVAKX^GESOF LITTI¥TpATENT FLUID DIP :— iF PROPERLY USED| according to the Instructions, it la tlie best, tbo too effactusil aod moat valuable Dip kcowp. IT IS NOT POISONOUS to antasale, thoce (a3th6refore ud daogat of pohbnlnfe llorueß, Sboei), Oattle or other animali, by tho Dlpldrainlog on tha praes or heibage ; ti^ro la ro dnugir In lenvlog it about in tho way,of children os others ; nor-ls there ivy dauger of wholesale polsonlDß from neglect, aco'deDt, or deelga. ITS BFFEOT UPON TIIH WOOL is exceedingly ImportsDtjto Woolgrowers. It afk!y tho ,?«luo ; it sloes &ot arreetltho growth at my time but proDaotea tii-e noUual Bocrettouß, and inoroiaca thti weight of the fleeoo ; U doee* cotfetniu or ui6:oloi the trool, eof tnko cat any of the yolk, bat Is ct all tlmc-i t thojbeatj Dip for t c wool that o»a bo oisd, IT IS CHEAP aud repays ittelf ienfold to tho sheop-oxDer. IT IS EASY TO USE, requiring very littleS'proparfttioD, talseß inotsntly wUh a i!d water, leaves do ledltnent, wo bcuoi, no waste; One.gallon £of Dip. to 100 .dl'ona of water—tho wash is then ready fcr.nae. , '-. ■TIS SAFS. While Poisonous Dips asn only bo'nsod with caution \\pon 'sheep, thie .Mp may be oßod upon ull au'raale: Horsea]to kill inaects and the mange ; also Dog} at the came putposo ; also for exicraiicaucg m^sots, and allaying »ll Irritation cf iha t:uof Dairy O^ttle, Oalves, Plgß, eto.^foe ffhlch^purprsa it|!s|aimply in7alu*bk>.^^ FOR 30A.3.1L1 Ji], TCOK3, jrjtJh.QKi of]Vli;|k!nd3,^t la* most effect aa^Dlp, v toroagniy rali»bla aVali tl .us, jsad^a'aiijolitnUoa. LITTLB'SaPATENTBFLUiPj)bsP; ( ba33> wotld-wlda repdtaiibo of tha highest „oseib!e oharaoter. It has reoelveJ moia ; (JOLD end SILVER MEDALS tr;d other .WARDSiOFiLyCBLLKNr S AND MERIT? lhan.pgrh*pa.aUitlie other Sheep D ps uttogethei . , "---^ _«,! :- '- AGENT FOR ASHBUBTO)* "uuOTfY GEQ. JAMESON-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2436, 22 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2436, 22 May 1890

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