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'John 6. Res tell/ COMMISSION", .FIXAJNCIAI. AND GJGKBRAIi''AGENT, . GRAIN AND WOOL I'ROKEK. -FO K~S A LE-, ■:'■,; OATS SHARPS. BRAN FLOUR P OTATOES FENCING WIRE—BARBED AND: PLAIN, • TEA, SUGAR, CANDLES, AND GENERAL FARM'STORE!?, \,y '. , KAIT^HGATA GO !, AGENT FOR—Union Fire and Marine Insurance Company Ld. ; Mercantil - J Finance Agency Com])any, Ltd. ; Colonial Mutual Life Assurance ' ' DEERING ALL STEEL TWINE BINDER? CEYLON and INDIAN TEAS Association; The Mercantile Gazette, etc., etc, etc. — 1 ■■■■■■■- -.' ,r _ ■r ' ; i —pr" *~ LOVERS OF A REALLY DELICIOUS CUP OF TEA " ; SHOULD TR X, ." • ;'.v ' ..". P TT TO *tr* :i '» ■CEYLON •&; INDTA^IEA^:;.:;;:^ IMPORTED DIRECT PROM THE GARDENS. _ BEING ABSOLUTELY PURE THE&B TEAS ARE MUCH STRONGER -: ; THAN THE ORDINARY BLENDED TEAS, CONSEQUENTLY i '': ARE'MORK ECONOMICAL. .;; . . ; ;. :■'", _;-\ ... ._'. \ THfi ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS DIRECTED TO THE FOLLOWING ! : 'ANALYSIS BY PROFESSOR BICKERTON ON SAMPLES .'■ ; ■ OF ABOVE 1 TEA'S:-i i.'"':'! : . '•; *',' Canterbury College, 14th June, 1890, The analysts: marie. l>y me shows the T«as to he PERF KCTLY FREE FRQM- • ANY FOREIGN MATTER AND ADULTERATION^ OF'ANY^ KINDi V*4 "' nmonuL of cxtrnct m each cane is very hhjh for the short time of infusion, and the propor.iou of tannin is low. Tn till respects the samples submitted appear to bo well prepared genuine Teas of excellent quality. (Signed) A. W. BICKERTON, , ' Colonial Analyst. SOLD IN Ilb. PACKETS, CANISTERS,-AND HALF-CHESTS. GEOB&E JAMESOSV ASIOiUKTO^ A>ri) IL\KAIA., ARTIFICIAL an! iMWkI MANURES. X3xuLisii AXD Colonial MASuffACTUHB. 1 ' ' k« • T* HAVE FOR SALE m Large or Siaall quantities') - GUANO SUPERPBORPRATB ' HIGH-CLASS SUPERPHOSPHATE ' ' - DISSOLVED BONES , . ' POTATO MANURE , BONE DUST 1 . ■■ • , ANIMAL GUANO -GEOBGE JAMESON, ' ASHBURTON AND RAKAIA. 8 ,155 W. H. COLLIER "The Corner," IS NOW SHOWING A GRAND ASSORTMENT OF I, . ■'■.'.. 1 SPRING & SUMMER DRAPERY, > ' ] ' DRESSBJS mali the new colors SUNSHADES of all descriptions ZEPHYRS m plain colora and checks; Light and Dark PRINTS . \ h Silk and Fabric GLOVES Fancy APRONS, RIBBONS, HATS, BOYS' and MEN'S CLOTHING. ; "The addition of my new Show Room ona'oles a fine display to be made of the Latest Styles m Millinery, Trimmed and 'Outrinuued, Flowers, Feathers, Dust - t Cloaks, Corsets, &c, and is placed under the management of an experienced Milliner from ChristchurcW 1 ■ 0 ' ]'■■. W. H. COLLIER. 5 -...; "THE OOBNBR. 1 ' -.' Wool Season, 1890-1891 ASHBUBTON WOOL STOJRES. 'MR JOHN Q-. RESTELL 1 BEGS TO INTIMATE TO THE . . . ' * WOOL GROWERS OF ASHBURTON DISTRIC 7 m ; THAT HE IS PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL OAJBH. ADVAJTOES; ; ON THE GROWING CLIP, , \'■ : v " :'. or t ■ ' , '■.: 5d ON WOOL PLACED IN HIS HANDS FOP. SALE. ■ .'• LOCALLY. OR IN CHRISTCHJJRCH, OR FOR \ nfc SHIPMENT. . :./'■ M». RESTI^L, will act m, conjunction with the NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND j i . , jiEBCANTILB ACENCY COMPANY LIMITED, who will . RENDER ACCOUNT SALES WITH THEIR USU.AL PRJMITUDE i»T BJIS >A&mtL

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2545, 16 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2545, 16 October 1890

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