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WHEAT. WHEAT. WHEAT CASH BUYERS ROLLIT & CO,, CANTERBURY MILLS, ASHBUKTO X, ARE still prompt Cash Buyers of Prime Milling Wheat tit highest market price Flour, Bran and Sharps always on hand. Gristing by patent Holler process done on the shortest notice. U> ill' tirad -T~?~ m ~ t gr A-"^Ks.-a^^fa4<^^—^_ ,L.^^fe?^*aW?*g^»^^B tail' 11' 'feS :^=":?J^' ~t£t£Arfi>-lw ~ijiißMlfc&iflß^i*^^P jfyp/AND Princes ST DUNEDIN.^^|\ THIS FACKCT IS GUARANTEED TO CONTAIN ONE POUND NITT I • ONE TRIAL SOLICITED. ,# JOHN G. RESTELL SOLE AGENT, ASHBURTON, WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY RYIGRASS, PEAS, ETO., ETC, c FRIEDLAIVDER BROS. WHEAT SHIPMENTS T¥TB ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, FEES OF COMMISSION AND INTEREST, nga!n=t b!1 kinds of Prodaoa pUcedjln our h»E<?» for shipment \o the United Kingdom or the Continent. HAVING our owu house la London la » auffiMeßt ga«»ntoe that tbo iDterptt of Clients, who will entrust the shipaiaat of their p»ln to as, will be well lookoJ »ft> i. Clients may »lao ral? that expensas will bo kept *s lovr^aa possible, and the hlghti tnr-rket v»lao realised. EACH Farmer's Lot Is shipped andor.a distinct and separate brand, no w lots being bwnded alike, and eeoh. lot ia sold en its own rasrlls. Prompi a:coun S»les as in the past. WE are alir prepared to etorefgrain and other Produce at Aabbqrton, Lyndharst Lytteltoo 01 Addingtcn apon easy terms, and make roasonvblo adrancci oq same. FRIEDLAtfDEK BROS. NOW LANDING' EX "Maud Graham" aO.OOO^Feot DRVSSFD.KAURI T. & G. FLOOBING T. & G. MATCH LINING AMD BOARDS. • BX "Spray" 30,000 Feet SPLEWOID RED PINK. EX "Zlor^' 20,000 Feat MAGNIFICENT WBITE PINE FLOORING, LINING, AND SHELV FROM HAVfiLOOK. IN STOCK AND TO ABRIVEWESTPOKT, NEWOASTLtf, GREY VALLES AND MOUNT SOMERB COAL. W. H. COLLINS & CO, Timber and Coal Merchants ASHBURTON. ABUNDANT CHOPS OF GOOD WOUL, UJb' TliUi HIGHIKST MARK >/J VALUE FOR ITS OLASS, E^kSURED BY TUB USE OF LITTLE'S PxkTKIST SHEEP DIP (NON-r-OISONOUS.) ADVANTAGES OF LITILJ^TPATENr FLUID DIP :— LF PROPERLY USED to the laairuotlona, it is the best, the mo effectual aud moat valuable Dip know a. IT IS NOT POISONOUS to animals, there (a therefore no daogar of poisoning Horns, Sheep, C&t;lo or other «nimat», by tbo Dip draining on tho or betbsge ; .htre Is co dangtr In leaving v about, in ihn vv.iy of children or others; cor is tbcre «tjy dau^ur of v>holeaale po:eonint; troai iifj^locfj .tcoidcut, cr ckgign. ITS EFFECT UPON TIUS WOUL ;« excuccingly imports:? to Woo^iOffei-s. It H[Adly Increases tbo vslac ; it liooa voi mtuti tho growth at n.ny time but promoiea <llg Datucal aeorctlous, uud iaocesaaa the tfeigi'.t of the fleeon ; It doaa not bUiu or dlacolot the. wool, nor i<*ko ont »uy of tho yolk, bqt is &t ftli rs Uait8 u tho_bc-st Dip for tb.e wool that cau be aaod. ' IT 18 OHEAF aud tepaja Iteelf tenfold to the ehcep-Oirncr. IT IS EASY TO USE, reqalrh)^ very llttlo preparation,? n-txes Instsntly with ecU water, loaves uo sediment-, no scum, no waste. Ono gHiion, of Dip to 10G s.alioQß of water—tho wash la then ready for u^s. iTISSAFJfi. While Poisonous Dipu r.an i-nh' be oseci with caution upon tbeep, this Dip may bo osed apon all auiraaln: Horxua to kill lßa?ct:i an 3 thu miQ^ ; als.-; Djgi or the e&iue putpoee ; uleo for extcrcnlLiv.k-g ia'tcta, uud all.-iyiu^ »1: irritation cf the k!c or Dairy Oittle, Ciltob, Pi^a. olc.« for wLtoii jpury-ea i^isHJaipiy invslmblc. FOR SOAU.ICiIJ-!!, TlOli?. .v;i laiaici if V.!, 1 it'aJs, it .isj* ruojt eflfeotun^Dip, d i.ctoagniy rellsbld^vgali tlim, *id ia .-i'.i.oaiii ttoi. LITTLE'S PATEMT FLUID DIP has a ■ world-wldo -fppaißtloo of the Mgheat i:osaiblo character. It has received mor« OULD ond SILVtfU MEDALS aod ott-ei AWARDS OFiSyOIfiLLBNr d AND MELUP iha:i perh-ipj ali t tbe other *3hccpD ( .i ut togethei &GENT FOT? ASHBU-OTOIn uuuNTV GEO. JAMESON

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2434, 26 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2434, 26 May 1890

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