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Wool Season, 1890-1891. A^IIBTJ HTON WOOL STOEES. 'X MR ■JOHN ..G. RESTKLL BKGS TO INTIMATE TO THE WOOL GROWERS OF ASHBURTON DISTRICI : THAT HE IS PREPARED TO MAKE L.IBERA.L OA : SH ADVANCES ON TIII'I GROWING CLIP, \ .■■ ' '' „ " .'.- '■' ' ;- ■ - • ■ ■■ ■ ON WOOL PLACED IN HIS HANDS FOR SALE LOCALLY QR IN CHRISTCHURCHyOR FOR SHIPMENT Me.-'RESTfcLL will act m conjunction v?ith the NKW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMI'ANY LIMITED, who will i: ; RENDER ACCOUNT SALES WITH THEIR USUAL PRJMPTITUDE Pslfi ■~~ t John 6. Restefl, ; COMMISSION, FINANCIAL AND GENERAL AGENT, • WEST STREET, GRAIN AKI> WOOL EBOKEB. -FO E SALEOATS '■' SHARPS BRAN FLOUR POTATOES. FENCING WIRE—BARBED AND PLAIN, TEA, SUGAR, CANDLES, AND GENERAL FARM STORES, KAITANCATA COAL. AGENT FOR—Union Fire and Marine Insurance Company, lid,.; Mercantile Finance Agency Company, Ltd. ,* Colonial Mutual Life Assurance ; DEERING ALL STEEL TWINE BINDER; CEYLON and INDIAN TEAS Association ; The Mercantile Gazette, etc.j etc., ufcc, GEORGE JAMESON •ASHHUKTON AND-BAKAIA. HAS FOR SALE THE^FOLLOWING ;. ' .- ' ■■ ?FA«M ISEED'S .. ■ ■• RED AND VfHITE CLOVER COW GRASS AND ALSYKE - RYEJGR ASS—COCKSFOOT [ETCSJ ETC WE HAVE ALSO IN STOCK,— ' TUENIP SEEDS Sj fccial| attention[[is paid to the SEED DEPARTMENT, and none but|those of the best quality and description are imported Station-holders and iVmers can always rely on getting the newest seed obtainable] ARTIFICIAL anfIEMATIASOm" T HAVEJFOR'SALE m Large or Small quantities :— GUANO SUPERPHOSPHATE HIGH-CLASS SUPERPHOSPHATE DISSOLVED BONES " M ' POTATO MANURE BONEjDUST ANIMAL GUANO GEOEGjE JAMESON", ASHBURTON AND RAKAIAj 8 J55 ' EXTEIM^OIV ;OP PREMISES . ',- . "The Corner." r W, H. GOLLIEE TTAS pleasure m announcing the opening ■of a SEW MILLINERY SHOWROOM by the addition'to the premises of the adjacent shop. " .' The Department is placed under the charge of a First-chtss Milliner (Miss lie Mkrcier) from Christchurchf THE NEWEST isTYLES' ■' '*■•' • ' ; ■■ '" ■ In MILLINERY, FLOWERS, and also SPRING GOODS generally we now showing. CUSTOMERSJJmayCreIyHon the best style combined with the m*st reasonable charges. v • ■ ■ ' : . W, JO, COLLIER, "THE COP^EIV ' i

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2526, 24 September 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2526, 24 September 1890

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