WHEAT. WHEAT. "WHEAT CASH BUYER 8 ROLLIT & CO,, CANTERBURY MILLS, fe AIS H B Uili T O X, ; ARE still prompt Cash Buyers of Prime Milling Wheat at highest market price, j Flour, Bran andSharpa always oa hand. Gristing by patent Roller process* done on the shortest notice. ! I ffwifjjili MANUFACTURED 3/ MAUHHJM, Bl||BH I j^i and Princes ST DUN EDI N.' vJCRhi. Tf'S PACKET IS GUARANTEED TO CONTAIN ONE POUND fcJTT I i ti ONE TRIAL SOLICITED.Ut |' JOHN G. KESTELL ■ SOLE AGENT, ASHBURTON. T3T 5 VI <i 'WMU V? V0 r. UMW 0? WHEAT, OATS, BAELEY ETC., ETC, FttIEDLA^TDBR BROS. WHEAT SHIPMENTS Tlfß ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL AI>YANCES, FREE OF COMMISSION AND INTEREST, egtlnefc *U kln^e of Prodaco pUoedjln oat hitdr for ihlproent to the United Kingdom or the Continent. HATING our own h^aoe la London ie a snffi:iont gnamntos that the IntereM of Olifnts, who will entrust the shipment of thoU p-rfiin to na, will be well lookei »f^r Ollents raay albo toly that eiponaos will ba kept »i low^aa possible, and the hl^h » tmrket valao realised. BACH F«rmer'fi Lot Ib shipped nncbr a distinct and separata brand, no ** lotn belag branded »llke, aod aaohi lot Is sold dq its own sisrHs. Prompt acara-» Sales aa in the paat. WE aro al«c propmed to Btorefgra'n and othar P;onuco at Abhbndon, Lyndharil f yttelton or Addlngtcn upon eaey tecma, and raako reaaonebls Bdvancos co sup *. FRIEDLANDMt BKOS.
NOW" LANDING EX " Maud Graham " 20,000:Feei; DRVSSTrDIKAURI T. &G. FLOOBISG t, & g, match lining and boards. EX "Spray" 30,000 Feat SPLENDID RFJ) PINE. EX "Zlor " 20,000 Feet; MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINE FLOORING, LINING, AND SUELV FROM HAVELOOK. IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVEWESTPOBT, NEWCASTLE, GREY VALLEI AND MOUNT EOMEBS COAL. ¥• H. COLLINS & CO. Timber and Goal Merchants ASEBUBTON. . ABUNDANT CHOPS OF GOOD WOUjL, Ol^ TUJfi JtllOUifitil MAUK ii VALUE FOR ITS QLAS3, ENSURED BY THE UaE OF IrITTLE'S PaTKNT SHEEP DIP (KON-P JKONOUS;) ADVANTAGES OP LIT ILE>3 PATENT FLUID DIP :— IF PROPERLY USED according to tho Instructions, it is the boat, too m ■ iff actual and moat valuable Dip knew;). IT IS NOT POISONOUS to anlmala, there Is therefore no dangor of poißonStg Horr-ca, Sheep, Cattle or other animals, by tho Dip draining on the gratt or herbtgp ; shire is do d&ogcr la leaving U aboat in the way of children cr others ; cor is there iry ilacgor of wholesale poisoning frcai neglect, accident, or d'.algn. ' . ITS EFFECT UPON THE WOOL !b exceedingly Importer,* to Wooiyiowers, Ii a;.idly taereatea tho valne ; tt does rat arrest tho growth at any time but promotes tli« natural aeoretlous, aad inoresaoa the weight of the floeoe; it does not etaln or diacoloi the wool, cor mka oat auy of the yolk, but la at ali,tJaiea i the.baet foe tke wool that osn be need. IT IS CHEAP and repayn itijelf tenfold-to the sheep-owner. IT IS EASY TO USE, requiring vory llitlo preparation, mixes Instantly with cold water, leaves-do sediment, no eeuin, no waste. Ono gallon rof Dip' to 100 gallons of water—the waeh is then ready fcr nae. v '" IT IS SAFE. While Poisonous Dips can only be aaod with caution upon sheep, thle Dip may be need upon all aulraale: Homes to kill Insects and tho mango j aUo Dogs or the name pmpoee ; aleo for extermtcatbg inaeots, aad allaying all Irritation of the kit; of Dairy Oattlo, Oalves, Pigs, etc., for which it Isjalmply luvaln»ble. ' FOR 30\B, L 1033, TEOK*> »ad lasejsa of all kinds, it is * most" effectual Dip, d licrougniy reliable atjjali ilcaa, aad in allcliimtea. . LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP has a world-wide repatatlon of tho highest fosalble obaraeter. It has received more GOLD and SILVER MEDALS and of er AWARDS OFJ?yOELLENr fi AND MERIT th»ri.pwh'i»pa.'all tho othe« BhetpD uttcgethoi kGENT FOB ASHBUBTOJn ixmJNTY • GEO. JAMESON
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2435, 27 May 1890
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2435, 27 May 1890
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