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i AM A CASH BUYEROF— WHEAT, OATS, ; AND v". ■ RYE-GRASS IN ANY'QUANTITY [CORNSACKS, TWINE, Etc., ALWAYS ON HAND STORAGE AT~CURRENT RATES.ALBERT ROBEETS, '-- west street, ashburton : _ _, : "'.— \ t~i : COLOM 80, CALCUt TAivl fa?, and Princes ST pUNEDIN.^f-^ /- ,- T*IS f-ACKET IS GUARANTIED TO CONTAIW OMETOUND *|TT. „ • f" ,;"! » ONE TRIAL SOLICITED.. ♦ j : .. ' . JOHN G. RESTELL? ;> r:SOLE AGENT, ASHBURTON.,,,^ : (JOAL GOiUL, COAL. TT7 E HAVE jusb landed "Ex Jessie" a Shipment'*of Household Coal of ;. -PRIME QUALITY. '■■ TIMBER. TIMBER. TIMBER. Ex Zior 20,000 ft W.P. Floring and Lining. • Ex Spray 30,000 ft Red Pine Boards and Scantling. In Stock, Lime, Cement, Bricks, Roofiing Iron, Doors, Sashes, Gates, Hurdles, Fencing Wire, (Barbed and Plain.) Iron Standards to Order. • , WE HAVE JUST OPENED UP A Splendid Assortment of VARNISHES and READY-MIXED PAINTS : ALSO,— PICTURE-FRAME MOULDING of the Best Quality and Choicest Patterns. Lovers of the Fine Arts should inspect our Stocks. w. h. coTunslnd co. TIMBER AND COAL MERCHANTS, ASHBTTBTOIsr. WE ARE BUYERS AT ALL TIMES OF, .. WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, RYEGRASS, PEAS, . . . . ETC., ETC FEIEDLANDER BROS. 'wheat, shipments.. . O;_ ARE F^EPIfISP TO !W_KK LIBERAL Ai/V.VffCES, F.RSK OF GOMMISSrON AJ?l^ IN iERE'riT, w*\v^ r.«: klcd-brgP/oS-.c* S>!£«d,lc enr l*rdt fot ihlpGieut io t'r.n UDi'ed Kin?.io«i oc thu OcntlreLt. „ HAYING our ottu hocae Ja London !s « eoffi'iect ga*r6Rt-j. tha* the In'erpf. oi Cliontt-, who w IS fiutsu.3«-ho ehlproant o~" thrlr pralp.,Jo up, will bo well locked efjtr OHct'ts waj"" rt]ioi:>>;!?;ib.it. -xpo o^-b will bfc kep'< »9 Jo ••' ss poss>blij. und sbe higha? as j rket v:h'oh rasl; 80-', . . ' - EAOH Far.ijEr'a. h* !a fblppa^ tsadsr.Q diat.net a d sop-irat 1. brr.n.l, no iiota belug foendad alike, aod esob lotißa>H r-n its owu a^ti'.s. Frotupt accoun S»!ee aa in the pa-st. . ni WE ere »!«'• p*;p^'«a lo etofe gin f.nd othsr <.'ro^u-;o at l>hbirtcn, L?ricr l or <i ! rvttttitm oc A.ddin o 'tcn up >yea?? r«-rin',, > nd ia»kt« rffoifcb'e >dvanc-e en •:me. FRIKDLAKQiSiIt BliOo. _—_—— —J 1^ ABUNDANT CROPS OF GOOD WOOL, OF THE HIGHEST MARKET VALUE FOR ITS CLASS, ENSURED BY THE USE OF Little's ■ <MM\i^^^- • "'"l'":- : '''■•'":" '■' '(N.ON:pOISpNOUS.) , „„.;■..;..t - r; :•:- '>->/. ADVANTAGES OF. LJTTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP-^.;,; j „ IF PROPERLY USED according to instructions, it is the best^the'mojjf effectual and most valuable Dip known. \- • ■': ," ''■' L IT IS NOT POISONOUS 'to animals, there is therefore no danger- of poisonin" Horses, Sheep, Cattle, or other animals, by the Dip draining od the grass or herbage there is ho 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 oj 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 liltle preparation, mixes instantly with coic water, leaves no sedimeut, no scum, no waste. One gallon of Dip to 100 gallons oi 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 ; ak( Dogs for tho same purpose ; also for exterminating insects, and alleying all irritatioi 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 most effectuai Dip and thoroughly reliable at all times, and in all climates. . LITTLE'S. PATENT FLUID DIP! has a world-wide reputation'of the highes possible character. It has received more GULD and SILVER MEDALS and othe; AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE AND MERIT than perhaps all .the other Sheej Dips out together. AGENT FQK ASHBUBTON COUNTY— GEORGE JAMESON.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2435, 7 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2435, 7 June 1890

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