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better demand, whilst feed sorts are dormant. Leans and peas, a few lines" of Hie former, for shipment, have changed hands; m peas the transactions have been limited, to Blue Prussians and a few Reed lines. Grass seed : the dry weather is probably interfering with the demand for Spring sowing, which should now be at its height, and the falling off m the^ demand is noticeable but prices remain firm, owing to stocks being remarkably low. Potatoes: the market presents a very sisd appearance, to those holding heavy stocks the only chance being a demand later «r\, when freights may be obtainable by tic Australian colonies at reasonable ratlin, ifc is clear that the condition of the market m New Zealand which has hitherto been ruled from Canterbury and Oamaru is no longer limited to these places, as our North Island customers are now being supplied from sources nearer home. Dairy Produce : we are glad to notice the provision making by the Lyttelton Harbor Board for cool storage m port, this should enable our country friends to be sure that their dairy produce is not spoiled whilst awaiting shipment. Our quotations are as follows :— Wheat.—Tuscan 3s 6d ; pearl 3a 4d ; | Hunters 3s 3d. . Oats.—Milling Is 7d ; short heavy feed ! Is 5d to Is 6d ; inferior and long Is 3d to I Is 4d. Barley.—Prime malting 3s 3d : feed Is 6d to Is 9d. Beans.—2s 6d. Peas.—Prussian blues hand threshed, 3s to 3s 3d ; feed sorts 2s 4d to 2s Gd. Grass Seed.—Rye grass, machine dressed, 5s to 5s (id ; cocksfoot 4jd to 4|d. Potatoes.—Der wonts ."Os at country stations within a radius of twelve miles. The above quotations are those paid to farmers for delivery f.o.b. Lyttelton, sacks extra, (potatoes excepted). MR P. THOMAS DESIRABLE FARM NEAR CHERTSEY, CONTAINING 1532 ACRES. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction AT TATTERSALLS, West Street, Ashburton, on SATURDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER, 1890. At 12 o'clock, All that block of land situated near Chertsey, and occupied by Mrs Peebles, being— R.S. 26934, containing 532"acres more or less). The land is of good quality, thoroughly fenced and sub-divided. Plenty of water. Improvements very complete, and, being m a good position, ought to ; be worth the attention of any one on the look out for a profitable investment. Terms at sale. D. THOMAS, 9+66 Auctioneer. forTsale privately. •"pHE following Draught Stalliqns YOUNG NEW STYLE, by New Style out of Dolly, by GLENROY. BANKER'S HERO, three yews old by Springbank out of Bloss, by Young Hero (imp). MARQUIS, five years old, by Young Clyde (imp.) out of full sister to GLENROY. For terms and particulars apply 9*105 D. THOMAS. HORSE PArTd E, ASHBURTON. SATUBDAY, 4th OCTOBER 18 9 0. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Mr Daniel McKendry to sell by auction at Bullock's Arcade, immediately after the Parade, on |SATURDAY, 4th OCTOBER, 1890, At half-past 2 p.m. His *"three-year-old Draught Stallion " YOUNG "NEW STYLE" by New Style out of Dolly by Glenroy. First PRIZE two-year-old at Ashburton Show last year. A good sort, sound, well grown with plenty of quality. ALSO, I have been instructed by Mr Robert Clark, Tinwald, to sell at the same time and place. His three-year-old Draught Stallion, "BANKER HERO " by Springbank, dam Bloss, Springbank by Holmes' Banker (imp.) dam Farmer's Lass by Muir Lad (imp) g.d. Darby Briton (imp). Bloss by Young Hero (imp) dam Blossom by Lincolnshire Hero (imp.) g.d. Rose by Matchless. Terms at sale. Sale at 2.3® p.m. D. THOMAS, 9§lOo Auctioneer. FORSALIS PRIVATELY" QAAA Crossbred HOGGETS f\f)C\ Crossbred HOGGETS Apply 9tlOß P- THOMAS. I "sheepskhTsaleT" MY NEXT Sale of Skins by auction will be held on FRIDAY NEXT at my Ashburfcon Stores. 9§115 GEO, JAMESON. FUNERAL NOTICE, THE friends of Mr Maurice Peryer are respectfully informed that the funeral of his late beloyed son, Jame,s Lynder, will move from the residence of Mr James Taylor, Treyorton, at 1 p'clock. on SUNDAY, 21st mat., for the Aahbur. ton. Cemetery. BAKER BROS,, 9 W Undertakers. rpHE Annual General Meeting of the _L Fiemington Cheese, Bacon, and Butter Factory Company, Limited, will be held on SATURDAY, October 4th, at 7 p.m. 1 J. C. N. GRIGG, 9§104 Chairman. X OST, between Tinwald and AshburJLi ton, a Leather Purse containing a {M^.all sum of money. Finder rewarded fc " id 1-" —---——ffi o9 Primitive Methodist j CHURCH. FAREWELL to Rev J. Boothrotd. TEA AND SACRED CONCERT Iff THE SALVATION ARMY BARRACKS ON . WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1! TJ.OKETS for Tea and Concert, Is6dj

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2523, 20 September 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2523, 20 September 1890

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