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COMMI^IOX, FINA'KCTAL AND GENERAL AGENT, - west street/ GBAIN AND WOOL EROKKB. 0 -.F.0 K~BALEPOTA T O E S .FENCING WIRE-BARBED AND PLAIN, TEA, SUGAR, CANDLES, AND GENERAL FARM STORES, KAIT^-NGA-TA GOu, AGENT FOR—Union Fire nnd Marino Insurance Company Ld. ; MorcanfH PEEKING ALL STEEL TWINE BINDER.- CEYLON Hod __INDIAN TEAS Association; The Mercantile Guette, etc., etc, «lc. LOVERS OF A REALLY DELICIOUS CUP OF TEI SHOULD TRY CEYLON & INDIAN TEAS IMPORTED. DIRECT FROM THE GARDENS. 1 EKING ABSOLUTELY PURE THESE TEAS ARE MUCH STRONGER THAN THE OKI INARY BLENDED TEAS, CONSEQUENTLY ARE MORE ECONOMICAL. THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS DIRECTED TO THE FOLI OWING ANALYSIS BY PROFESSOR BICKERTON ON SAMPLES OF ABOVE TEAS:- • y/ m . . ,- • , , Canterbury Collogo, 14th June, 1890. amount of extract m each case is very hi K h for the short time of infusion, and tho propor. ion of tnmini is low. In nil respects tho samples submitted appear to be well prepared genuine Teas of excellent quality. l (Signed) A. W. BICKERTON, Colonial Analyst, SOLD IN Ilb. PACKETS, CANISTERS, AND HALF-CHESTb! GEOKGE JAMESOS ASHBUET N AKD T?AKAIA. ARTIFICIAL and GHE TiTnAIT^ANOREB. EX(.LISII J'OD COLONIAI. I"" HAVE FOR SALE m Largo or Small qnaunlios: - ' ' GUANO SUPERPHOSPHATE HIGH-CLASS SUPERPHOSPHATE DISSOLVED BONES lOTATO MANURE . , BONE DUST ANIMAL GUANO GEORGS J'AMESCW, ASHBURTON AND RAKAIA. 8 355 W- 11. COLLIER "The Corner," IS NOW SHOWING A GIUND ASSORTMENT OF SPKING Jte SUMMER DRAPERY,' DRKSSES m all the new colors SUNSHADES of nil descriijtious ZEPHYRS m plain colors nnd chocks Lisjht nnd Dark PRINTS "" Silk and Fabric GLOVES Fancy APRONS ' RIBBONS, HATS, BOYS' and MEN'S CLOTHING. The addition of my new Show Room enables a fme display to be m.id^ of tli« latent Styles m Millinery, Trimmed and tmtrimmed, Flowers, Featheua, iDusb Cloaks, Oorsets, &c, and is placed under the management of an experienced J&illiner fran Christchmrchl x — W. H. COLLIEE, "TBE COuKEB.j' Wool Season, 1890-JB9l. ASHBUBTON WOOL STOBES. MR JOHN G. RESTELL BEGS TO INTIMATE TO THE WOOL GROWERS OF ASHBURTON DISTRICT THAT HE IS PREPARED TO MAKE * ■ ■ ON THE GROWING CLIP, . ' \ v OR ON WOOL PLACED JN HIS HANDS FOR SALE LOCALLY OR IN CHRISTCHURCH, OR FOR SHTPMENT* Mb. RESTELL will act m conjunction with the NEW ZEALAND LOAX AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED,, who will RENDER ACCOUNT SALES WITH^THEIR USUAL PTWMITUDE PT ' '^(^so*- BJW

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2546, 17 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2546, 17 October 1890

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