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' I ' 'I '" —■«—■— ' ' ——»■■—■———■■■ll COLOMBO, CALCUTTA.* -j |Cj3 and Princes SI DUN EDI N^j^f^h TMiV"i» AC KET IJ G DAR AN T £lO*"tO*C 0 M TA I M ONE FOUHOSCTT • O NJEJHjj A L SOLICITED. • JOHN G. RESTELL SOLE AGENT, ASHBURTON. The Union Fire losraca Company, Limited Head Office, CMstclmrch. CAPITAL £2,000,000 PAID UP ... £100,000 RESERVE AND REINSURANCE FUND £65,000 DIRECTORS,—I Hon. J.T. Peacock, M.L.C., Chairman. P. Cunningham, Esq., H. E. Webb G. G. Stead, Esq., Deputy Chairman, Esq., Hon. W. Reives, M.L.C J. Anderson, Esq., J. Palmer, Esq., General Manager, W. DEVENISH MEARES Offices, 172 Hereford St., Christchurch. Si'Ecial Features : The only Institution of the kind with its Head Office Christchurch. LiBERAtiTY in Settlement of Claims Ra^iss, fhe lowest current. AGENT FOR ASHBURTON AND DISTRICT JOHN a EEST.ELL WE-T STREET. WHEAT SHIPMENTS. WE are prepared to make LIBERAL ADVANCES, free of Commission and Interest, against all kinds of Produce placed in our hands for shipment to the United Kingdom or the Continent. Huvin" our own house in London is a sufficient guarantee that the interest of Clients who will entrust the shipment of their grain to us, wilHie well looked after Clients may also rely that expenses will be kept as low as possible, and the highest market value realised. „,- , . i i iTi Each Farmer's Lot is shipped under a distinct and separate brand, no two Lots being branded alike, and each Lot is sold on its own merits. Prompt account sales as in the pastl _ . „ We aae prepared to store Grain and other Produce at Ashburton, Lyndhurst, Lyttelton, or Addington upon easy terms, and make reasonable advances on same. FRIEDLANDER BROS. D. THOMAS (Late of Matson, Cox and Co.) A UoTIONEER, Land, Insurance and Estate Agent, Valuator, Wool and Grain _/\_ Broker, Ashburton. Loans negotiated. Weekly Sales of Live Stock ; Tinwaid and Ashburton alternct-jly. Fortnightly Sales of Sheepskins, Fat, Hides on FRIDAYS. Sales of Wool throughout the Season. Grain bought and sold on Commission. Clearing Sales as per arrangement.; LOU DON AND LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. I have been appointed Agent for the above Company and am now prepared to take risk? on Buildings, and Growing Crops at cusrent rates. D. THOMAo, Ashburton. (iIUIN SHIPMENTS I AM Prepared to" Ship Grain to England, and having made satisfactory arrangements, I can place Farmers who desire to Ship upon the most favorable foo ing EVERY ADVANTAGE 7 A KEN ON A RISE IN 7HE MARKET. PROMPT ACCOUNT SALES RENDERED LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. D. THOMAS ASHBURTON I have tor sale Cheap a ROBEY, 5-Feet COMBINE, nearly new. Price, £65, f D. THOMAS. j Ashburton. MURTON AND WHITE'S HAWKES' BAY SHEEP DiPPJLNG FLUID A Condensed Fluid Preparation for the Destruction of all Parasites Infesting Sheep First at Canterbury A. and P. Society's Trials, 1887. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PREPARATION IN USE. The growth of the wool fs much improved, and results show Highest Prices for clips tried with this preparation. PRICES—In drums, 6s fid per gallon, in large quantities, 6sper gallon. In Casks 6s per gallon. Agent— :i>r/r:Ho:MiAjs ASHBURTON. I AM CASH PURCHASER, OF ■V^HEEJ^T OATS RYEGRASS Cornsacks, etc., supplied Storage on Grain at Lowest Rates D. THOMAS ASHBURTON

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2469, 19 July 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2469, 19 July 1890

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