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Wool Season, 1890-1801 ' .« • \A SHU V !: t ■ X rs n' , f\sTo XE S. Mil JOB N" G. BESI'ELL BEGS TO IN T.IMATK TO TIIK WOOL GROWERS OF ASHBURTON DISTRICt THAT HE IS PREPARED TO MAKE LIHERMfiLL GASH ADVANCES ON THE GROWING CLIP, OR ON WOOL PLACED IN HIS HANDS FOR SALE LOCALLY. OR IN CHRISTCHURCH, OR FOR SHIPMENT. Mb. RESTELL will act m conjunction with the NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, who wifi RENDER ACCOUNT SALES WITH THEIR USUAL PROMPTITUDE B+l28 +12 John G. Restsll, COMMISSION, FINANCIAL AND GENERAL AGENT, WEST STREET, GRAIN AND WOOL EROKEK. -FO E SALEOATS SHARPS "BRAN FLOUR POTATOES . FENCING WIRE—BARBED AND PLAIN, TEA, SUGAR, CANDLES, AND GENERAL FARM STORES, KSITANCATA GO i. AGENTFOR—ITnion Fire and Marine Insurance Cump.-itiy JA. ; .Mercantile Finance Agency Company, Ltd. ; Colonial Mutual Life Assurance DEERING ALL STEEL TWINE BINDER; CEYLON and INDIAN TEAS Ass(Ksiatioiij The Mercantile Gazette, etc., etc, etc. ."GEORGE JAMESON 'ASHBURTON AND BAKAIA HAS FOR SALE FOLLOWING :FARM SEEDS' RED AND ViTHITE CLOVER COW GRASS AND ALSYKE R¥E : GRAifecOCKSFOOT ' [ETC., ETC. ; ";.-. ■> ?"-., : : f also,— TURNIP SEEDS From the well-known English scwlsraen, J. Carter axd Go. Special attention is piiid to the SEED DEPARTMENT, and ncm< but those of the best quality and description are imported,--;- ; - Station-holders and Jj'armers can always rely on j»cttin« the newest seed obtainable ~ AMFIIUnnrHIWOAI^ English and Colonial Manufacture. T HAVE FOR SALE m Large or Snmll qu,ititities|:-,-GtTANO SUPERPHOSPHATE HIGH-CLASS SUPEUPHOSPHATE DISSOLVED BONES POTATO MANURE BONE DUST 1 ANIMAL GUANO GEORGE JAMESON, ASHBURTON AND RAX ALA. 8 155 iaXTI3]NSIOiS T OJT PUEMISES ". The Corner." „^.,H. COLLIER '■" '> i ?! '•- ,■ •' : ' ~r-y x g pleasure m announcing the opening of a JiEW MILLINERY SHOWROOM" by the addition to the premises uf the adjacent shop." The Department is placed under the charge of a Firsc-cass Milliner (Miss L Mehcier) from Ohristchurch , - ■ ■ t' THE NEWEST STYLES ; In MILLINERY, FLOWERS, and also SPRING GOODS generally are now showing. OUST onjthe best style combined with the most reasonab chargesf W. H. COLLIER,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2539, 9 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2539, 9 October 1890

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