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TOSTHEfLADIES: OF •ASHBUHRTON. MISSES MORRISON AND HOLLOWAY. Dress and Mantle Makers, ■ Tancred Street, 'Ashburton, CHERTSEY SHEEP DIP. FARMERS OF THE CHERTSEY DISTRICT, I Have much pleasure m stating that my tender for the CHERTSEY DIP has been accepted, and that I will use MURTON AND WHITE'S PREMIER DIP through out the season My man will be at the Chertsey Saleyards every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY, during the Season commencing MARCH 19th, from 8 o'clock till 4. Prices for Dipping Id jer head tiil 14t ril, lid to 14th May. I would strongly advise Farmers to Dip Early. Instructions can be left -with H McDowell, Chertse , D THOMAS, Ashburton rpHE UNDERSIGNED havin secured 1 a large block of Good Bush Land at Alford Forest, are now prepared to supply Farmers, Contractors and others with any quantity of fencing materials, viz : Heart Posts, Heart Stakes, Sheepyard Rails, Straining Posts, and also Firewood. Delivery can be had at a very convenient place, or Orders may be sent by rail from Springburn Railway Station. GREEN BROS., )+173 Springburn Post Office* ASHBURTON HIGH SCHOOL. Established 1881. T3UPILS of both sexes are taught the .J_ elements of a liberal education. Special subjects of study may be purjued where circumstances require a departure from the ordinary school course. Head Master . Mr J. E. Buchanan. Ist 8.A., (London), per term Fee for pupils over 12 years of age ... £3 3 0 Fee for pupils under 12 years of ago 2 2 0 Music (eytra) 110 The School year is divided into three Terms All fees are payable m advance. DRAIN AND FIELD PIPES. A LARGE supply of various SIZE always n STOCK for SALE m large or small quantities. SPECIAL quotations given for large quantities. GEOK&E JAMESON, ASHBURTON & RAKAIA JOHN IyfOISON OHN .IYIOISON HAS NOW REMOVED to the TOWN HALL BUILDINGS nd having had considerable Alterations made, the premises are now Complete for is bush) ess. STOCK is large and season able and for sale at his usual low R tes l^ 3 Repaikp Pbompiuv Attended To JOHN-MOISOtf TfT ANTED BEFORE 31st JULY 4i, (\(\(\ SPARROWS IUjUUU SPARROWS ONE HALF-PENNY EACH, . . : (In Strings of 25), At the County Council Office. Can be readily secured by using BROOKE'S POISONED WHEAT Whilst Ploughing. Sold m 101 b Bags 3s each. Spreydon, 14th June, 1890. MR C. M. BROOKE, Dear Sir, —Please forward to Add ngton Station for the Halswell Road Board, eight bushe of Poisoned Wheat Also for the Spreydon Road Board, four bushels of same. The Poisoned Wheat obained from you la«fc season gave complete satisfaction. } Yours Faithfully C. W. COMER \ ' Clerk ~

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2487, 9 August 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2487, 9 August 1890

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