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WHEAT. WHEAT. "WHBA.T ! CASH BUYERS ROLLIT & C 0., CANTERBURY MILLS, AS.HBU.RTO N," ARE still prompt Cash Buyers of Prime Milling Wheat at highest market price . Flour, Bran and Sharps always on hand. Gristing by patent Roller process done on the shortest notice. ■ I m\j f*\. iI^I^SbG XOLOMBO ; CALbUfTA^f jjfT^AND Princes STDUNEbIN;j^v THIS PACKET IS CUARAHTHD TO COMTAIN ONE POUND fctTT » ONE TRfAI SOLICITED. ' ♦ JOHN G, RESTELL SOLE AGENT, ASHBURTON. , WE ARE BUYERS AT ALL TIMES OF - WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, RYE GRASS, PEAS, ETC., ETC. FRIEDLANDER BROS. WHEAT SHIPMENTS TITR ARE PKBPAREP TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, FBEE 0} COMMISSION AND INTEREST, against nil kinds of Produce placedgln oar Utfi for iblpaaent \o the UoUed Kingdom or the Ocntlaonf. HAYING- our ova hoaao Id London Ib a eaffioieat gaertntoe that the Interef of Ollcnts, who will entrust tho shipment of their grain to aa, will be well looked aftrr Gllepts may also roiy that expanses will bo kept as Iow a aß possible, Rod the hlghn mirket v»lae realised. - - EACH Farmer's Lot is shipped andar.a distinct and separate brand, no v lota being branded alike, and eßoh lot Is sold on its own merits. Prompt a~oo-j-Sales as in the past; WB are alacprepared to atora'graln and other Produce at Ashburton, Lyndbnr< < Lyttelton or Addington upon easy terms, and make .reaeomble advances oo caw?. FRIEDLA^DEK BKOS. NOW LANDING. EX "Maud Graham" 20,000 Feefc DRESSED KAURI T. &G. FLOORING}; T. & G. MATCH LINING AND BOARDS. EX " Spray " 30,000) Feet SPLENDID RED PINE. EX " Zior " 20,000 Feet MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINE. ELOORiNG, LINING AND SHELV : FROM HAVELOCK. . ' IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVE— WESTPORT, NEWCASTLE, GEEY VALLEY AND MOUNT SOMERS COAL. W. H COLLINS AND GO. TIMBER AND COAL MERCHANTS, ASHBTTETCN. ABUNDANT CROPS OF GOOD WOO^ OF THE HIGHEST MARKET . VALUE FOR ITS CLASb, EN SURED > BY THE USE OF Little's Palest Sheep Dip (NON-POISONOUS.) ADVANTAGES OF LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP :— IF PROPERLY USED according to instructions, it is the best, tho most effectual and most valuable Dip known. IT IS NOT POISONOUS to animals, there is therefore no danger of poisoning Horses, Sheep, Cattle, or other animals, by the Dip draining od the grass or herbage; there is no danger in leaving it about in the way of children or others ; nor is there any danger of wholesale poisoning from neglect, accident, or design. ITS EFFECT UPON THE WOOL is exceedingly important to Woolgrowers. It rapidly increases the value ; it does not arrest the growth at any time but promotes the natural secretions, and increases the weight of the fleece ; it does not stain or discolor the wool, nor take out any of the yolk, but is at all times the best Dip for the wool that can be used. IT IS CHEAP and repays itself tenfold to the sheep-ownerr - • IT IS EASY TO USE, requiring very little preparation, mixes instantly with coid water, leaves no sedimeut, no scum, no waste. One gallon of Dip to.loo gallons of water—the wash is then ready for use. ' IT IS SAFE. Whilo Piosonous Dips can only be used with caucion "upon sheep, this Dip may be used upon all animals : Horses to kill insects and the mange ; also Dogs for tho same purpose ; also for exterminating insects, and alleying all irritation of fhe skin of Dairy Cattle, Pigs, etc., for which purpose it is simply invaluable. FOR SCAB, LICE, TICKS, and insects of all kinds, it is a mosUffectuai Dip, and thoroughly reliable at all times, and in all climates. LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP has a'world-wide reputation of the highest possible character. It has received more GOLD and SILVER MEDALS and other | AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE AND MERIT thau perhaps all the other' Sheep Dips out together. • .- . ; ?, - , ,' ' AGENT FOR ASHBURTON COUNTY— GEORGE JAMESON.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2437, 29 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2437, 29 May 1890