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: UM U. K&Sieii. : CO^IMISSION', FIKAISCIAI. A.N TD GENERAL AGENT, , t , GIIAIK AND WOOL EKOKEE. ... -foe "s'.a'l .E-'' '.,:,'. ;l OATS . SHARPS B R A N FLOU 11 POTATOES ■ • , - • ■*. '"> FENCING WIRE—BARBED AND PLAIN, -■ - • TEA, SUGAR, CANDLES, AND GENERAL FARM; STORES,, \ KAIT,«KCATA COai, ■•..?..:;•,;, .„ AGENT FOR—Union Fire and Marine Ijiaurance Company ,Ld. ; Mcraintil Fiiiitncc Agency Company, Ltd. ; Colonial Mutual Life-A**>u;nttH»; •:/ DEERINC4" ALL STEEL TWINE BINDER; CEYLON und INDIAN TEAS Association; Tim Mercantile Ga«eite, ftc., 1 utc,' etc,.- *• IIIHBEB. TIMBER. TIMBER. /I t'- ' ' HAVING purchased the TIMBER BUSINESS of Mr John G. RCmtru, we * have amalgamated the Ri\mc with our Business m East Street where -both : ■* will be carried on conjointly . •■<■,,' „,-,» -ON SALK-- - • . ■-.''■•' :100 casks licst Portland Cement. ; ) 15 Tons Galvanise^ ikofing Iron, 1O Tons Ko,, 8," 9 and. * 10. Fencing Wire. 3 Tons (ialvanised Karbcd Wire -It Tons ' Sheet Lead, 58 Tons Sheet Zinc, 5O Boxes :hoet Ola^s, $0.'.; ikegs Wire Nails, all sizes, 100 Drum." Paw and Boiled Lin- » seed Oil, *Z a Tons Genuine White Lead, 1 Case. Mandcf's, :. Oak Varnish. . . , "'•'". .', '. ■!,.*; MOUNT SOMERS COAL-22r PER, TON. ;- V ( -';'< l KAITANOATA COAL, fiRAQ POINT COAL, NEWCASTLE COAL % ! . , . ". ■' ■ .•/ 'X W. H, Collins and Gp r , ;:; » TIMBER A"ND COAL aiEBCJUAKTS . ■.• VU"'' '■. ■ J __ ;._._ X»s:PiBTJ:R/roisr • ' '_[ _^ < LOVERS OF ARE ALLS DELICIOUS CUP OF TEA ' '"'.'' • )>' SHOULD TRY --<.-.•■ t . T3 TT *C 3 ' '^J ' ' "•'■■" ' ''• ■ CEYLON & INDIAN TEAS 'r'Z IMPORTED DIRECT FROM THE GARDENS. ' , ■ " BEING ABSOLUTELY PURE THESE TEAS ARE MUCH STRONGER. . ' <: THAN THE ORDHfARY IiLENUKD TEAS, _CONSEQUENTLY t '■ ' \. „^ ARE MOR^ ECONOMICAL. .! . ' ' ' ■ '' THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS DIRECTED TO THE 1-OLLOWING ANALYSIS BY niOFESSOII KICKERTON ON SAMPLES ' ■ '"' OF ABOVE TEAS:- • '. • ■•;',■ C;nilovibiir> College, Htli June, 1890 ■ . *. Tlic analysis mntio by me shown the Teas tv I>u PKKFK.CTLY FRKI 1! FK'JM ANY FOREIGN MATTER AND ADULTEUATI(»N OF. ANY KIND. The • inioimt of extract m each case'is very hi^h for the tiutu of infusion, ami the proportion of tiinnin is lov% In .-ill respects the simples submitted appimv to Ims welt ■ [ireparctl itcnuine Teas of excellent qunlily. 1 " (.Signed) A. W. IJIOKERTOJN*, Colonial Analyst. SOLD IN Ilb. PACKETS, CANISTERS, AND HALP-CHE9TS. , ' GEORGE JAMESON A.SHHUKTON A7?I) EAKAIJ. ' ' ''•'.'. r WoofTeasop7l39o'Tß9i7 7^ ■ ASHBUETON WOOL STOEES. . ME JOHN G. RESTP]LL ' BEGS TO INTIMATE TO THE ' , ... WOOL GROWERS OF ASHBURTON DISTRIC7 THAT HE IS PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL OASJEI ADVANCES. ON THE GROWING CLIP, on ... ON WOOL PLACED ZN" HIS HANDS FOR SALE LOCALLY OR IN CHRISTCHURCH, OR FOR SHIPMENT MiuBESTELL will act m conjunction with the NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND iuERCANTILE- AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, who will RENDER ACCOUNT SALES WITH THEIR USUAL , . . PR JMITUDK PT . B}l2 W- H. COLLIER "The Corner," IS NOW SHOWING A GRAND ASSORTMENT OF gPBING Ap SUTkprMIU DRAFEICY, DRESSjTCS m all the new colors ■ ' ■ SUNSHADES of (ill descriptions ZEPHYRS m plain colors and checks Lisiht and Dark PRINTS „ "" Silk and Fabric GLOVES Fancy APRONS ' • • - RIBBONS, HATH, " BOYS' and MEN'S CLOTHING. „„. '• _ » „-; '/ f ' ■', .; :? : / ■ ' • .*' '»«' *f ' The addition of my new Show Room enables a fine display to he made of tSb Latest Styles m Millinery, Trimmed and "Ontrhninod, Flower.*, Feathers, Dust Cloaks, Corsets, &c, and h placed under Mie management of an experienced Milliner frvn Chriutehurch ' .' - W. H. COLLIER, ■■.-:. ' "THE CPJWKB. 1

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2547, 18 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2547, 18 October 1890

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