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WHEAT. WHEAT. WHE VT. CASH BU V ERS ROLLIT & C 0,,. CANTERBURY. MILLS, ABHBU E T O N, ARE still prompt Gash Buyers of Prime Milling Wheat at highest market prices Flour, Bran and Sharps always on hand. Gristing by patent Roller process done on the shortest notice. COLOM 80, CALCUf f AU>l jj^jj). and Princes ST DUNEDIN.;g^ THIS PACKET 15 GUARANTEED TO CONTAIN OHE POUND N£TT ♦ QNETRIAL SOLICITED. ♦ JOHN G. KESTELL SOLE AGENT, ASHBURTON. rjrrs \l'3 BTniJ-U VT vrjr»T[\m OF WHEAT, OATS, IURLEY RYEGBASS, PEAS, ETC., ETC. F.aiEDLA.WDER BROS. WHEAT SHIPMENTS Ykjft ARE PREPAREP TO MAKE LIBERAL AI>YAHOE3 f FBEE 01 COMMISSION AND INTEREST, against ail klnda of Prodioo plsaac! in our hatd» foe ihlpment to the United Kingdom or the Continent. HAYIbTQ our owu hooaa JnLinJon is a aoffihiest ginrantoa that the loteceof Oliunta, who wtll entrust, the shipment of thot* grain to ac, will be well looked af «.r Clients may also r«ly that expenasa will ba koaS 63 bw;as possible, and the lilgiiof tnfcrket valoo realised. • EAOH Farnjor's Lit la ahlppod andar. a distinct and Bep3tat3 brand, no nr lota being branded alika, and otoh; lo'c is aold on it 3 own raarita. Prompt a:ooaa 3»les a« in the past. WE ara »1«" prepared to efcora"gf»in aal oth«? Produce Rt Ashbnrton, Lyndharst Lyttelton or AddingtGn upoa easy terms, and mako raaaon«b!a advancoa on i»u>e. PRIEDLA^DMi BKOS. NOW LANDING BX"Maud:Gr»b»m" 20,000;Feot DF^'Ssitd^KAUßl T. & G. FLOORING T. & (i. MATOET LINING AWl> BGA^D^. EX "Spray" 30,000 Feoc «PLK*'MD RKD PINW. EX <lZlor" 20,000 Foat MACiNIFiOENT WHITE PINB3 FLOORLNG, LINING, AND SUELV FROM HAVSLOOK. IN STOOK AND TO ARRIVEWESTPORT, NEWOASTLhi, GREY VALLSS AND MOUNT £OMii)BS COAL. W. H. COLLINS & CO, Timber and Coal Merchants ASEBURTOff. t ABU^DAWT UJ^OPrf Ut' «iuUi> WUUIj, UF jL'Jt*lll MiatlEST MARK ±/J VALUE FOil ITS CLASS, EsSURED BY TEE USE OF JLITTLB'S PATENT SHEEP DII (NON-POISONOUS.) AIJVANTAGES OF LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP :— iF PROPERLY CISSD noocrding to the Instructions, it is tho best, the m . effectual uua most valuable Dip knos?u. IT IS NOT POISONOUS 10 anlmtla, there «Sjth6rofore uo d«ng3t of polaoalo Horseß, Sheep, Cat'is or other aoimala, by the Dip draining on tho grass or herbage -.here la to dang, tla leaving h about in tho way of children cc others ; nor la thei •oy danger of wholesale poiioaiog from neglect, accident, or design. ITS feFFEGT UPON TRE WOOL !b exceedingly importfctit to Woolgtowers. ] apidiy tbu value ; it tioea not arrest tbn at icy time but promoW ih« natu<al necretiouu, and increaoea the weight ottbefleaco; tt doca not Biiiii c discoloi the wool, Dor take out any of the yolk, but U at ail times tho bust D p f< ttie wool that o»a be used. IT 13 OHEAF aud repays ilcelf tenfold to the Bhsep-owaor. IT IS EASY TO U$E, reqairicg very littlo preparrttlon, mixes Instsntly w!i cold water, leaves do eedlmout, no ecum, no waste; One gilloa of Dip to l( gailoos of water—the wash is then ready for Dae. IT IS SAFJS, While Poisonous Dlpa oan only be'aeed with oaution upon ehoep, th Dip may be need upon all auiraale: Horeea to kill iaaecta and the uunge ; »lao Di>> or the same putpose ; also for exterminating insects, and allaying all irritation of =-t kio.of Daley Oatile, Oalves, Piga, etc, (or which putprjja it ia simply iuvaluible. FOR SO.VB,I£iICI3, Tlo£^,,aQd iaaejes oc all kinds, it Is « most effeotual Di] d ihoroagaly reliable at alltltnaa, aad in all olimitoa, LITTLK'S PATENT FLUID DIP haa v world-wide reputation of the hlgho possible cbnaotf.r. Ie has reoeiveJ moro GOLD and SILVEP. MEDALS and otht AWARDS OF2yOSLI»KNrs AND MERIT thiupeihAps all tho other HhoepDlj ut together AGENT FOB A^HBUBTObi uuUNTI GEO. JAMESON

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 23 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2437, 23 May 1890

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