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JOHN ;Oiiß & CO., \ ILO.KMONGEBS AND GEBTEBAL IMPOKTEBS. ! HAVE in Stock and-to arrive a Large and Complete Assortment of English and American HARDWARE in all its Branches. SHEEP SHEAKS All the Leading Brands direct from the Manufacturers. —-A,"Large Stock to select from— TURKEY STONE, Marking Oil; Raddle, Ink Powder, Brush *are, Tinware and General * Furnishing Goods {FILTERS, Churns, <and Milk Pans ; Axles and Springs ; Oils, Paints, Colors. Varnishes, Paper Hangings ; Fencing Wire, staples and Standards. Wire Netting, Spades and Forks ; Carpenters and Blacksmiths I'Tools,l 'Tools, &c.' Pumps, Galvanised and Black, Iron Pipe and Filtings, always oh Stock. English and Colonial Ranges, Stoves and Colonial Ovens, Fenders and Fireiroris, Lamps, Lampware, and every requisite for tho Station, Farm, or Cottage. '..''" , . ■ • • Perforated Zinc for Threshing Machines, from 1-16 to f mesh. . . SP| C.I.A-L TI ES. , ; \ ' ' '■ •-..;? ' ' ■ Table and Pocket Cutlery, Electro-Plated Ware,' Guns, Rfiv&lvers, Ammuni ] tion, and all Sporting requisites in great variety. DENTS UNDERTAKEN, fQE ALL CLASSES OF GOOUS ON MOST'REASONABLE TERMS. ■ i ' ■Jnil NT ORK & CO. !

K RATING'S POWDER * destroy^ . IiUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, IIhU'jTL'KS, and all other"insects,''whilsb quito I);iimk'.s3 to domestic; animals. In «xiuniiinating Ueetlea the sacce&.s of thi« ]>i>wdcr is extraordinary. It is perfectly clean in application. 1. Sco. the -acficlo you j!iin:lia.sc!"is, "KEATTK"G'S," as imit:i(i:)Ut> siro uokioufljiind ineffectual. Sold in Tin*!, Od,. lnj, jmd'2s 6d each, bj al ohcmws. ' FI» ,rI IN Or' S F ASO']S T,"~"l890."*,, FJSHIiNG TACKLE, ■ - 8-rij" -- ■nX ■■* 1890 NCT A 1891 FUST arrived, ox " DORIC " from best fj English and American Mannfact urc3 s a largq and Avell" assorted stock of 1 all Fulling requisites. Rod:?, Lines, Reels, Minnows, Files, Gaft Hooka, single, double and treble, Mountings, assoited Hooks; Waterproof Stockings, India Itubbercrackproof Gum Boot.s, waterproof Fish Bags In great variety, including latest patterns. Every article of thci season at lowest prices, ' Fishing Licenses can now be obtained rora me. ALSO.—New Stock of CRICKETING and TENNIS MATERIALS. W. ZANDER, Direct Importer Fishing Tackle. Tobbacconist and Fancy Goods. / ladies and Gentlemen's Hairdressing - * Saloon m > ;■• • ■-„

. NOTICE. SPECIAL BAN'S HOLIDAY. T3URSUANT to the terms of- the JL "Banks and Bankers Aojfc^' 1811(0/ smd the " Banks and Bankers Act iuriehdy ment Act, 1882," FRIDAY, the 31st day of October, 1890, is hereby appointed a Special Bank Holiday at the Ashbuilon mkl 11,-ikaia offices of the undermentioned Banks. ■ . '_ _■■_...-■.»■-■■■'- The Bank of Australasia, . E. W. MpRRAH, ■-;:;: ■':?;■- V - ■ ; 'IUU'A. \'lriispecior." *''■■ The Union Bank of Australia, Limited, Yd oseph balmer, >. .; ' ■■; \ i Chief Officer for N c w Zealand. The Bank of Noav South Wales, W. G. RHINp, ;■' , \ / ; s '"-. I / Inspector* '\ The Bank of "New Zealand, J. M. BUTT, 10 158 For the General Manager. TO STAND THIS SEASON. The Thoeoughbred Horse ■, ■ ■.',. ■■ ■ ■ ■■';■'•" >?'% ■ - - ■■■■' '■' ''i MaciUeathecm , Will stand in, Ashburton, and Travel the Surrounding Districts this Season. MACILLEATHEAN is a handsome dark bro^yn or black: horse, and stands 16 hands high. He. was got by the English Tim Whiffler out of Flying Scud. Flying Scud was a dark bay mare, bred in Victoria by Mr J. Harper in 1865, and was got by Fisherman. Tim Whifflel* was scarcely ever beaten, and has won as many cups and handicaps as any other horse in. l£hg]ahd. He Won the Chester Cup, and ran a dead heat with Buckstone for the Ascot Cup. Buckstone was another grand; horse, and was famous not only for hjsdead heati he ran with Tim Whiffler for the Ascot Cup, bub alfso for his match against the Earl of Glasgow's Knowsley for 500 guineas aside, which be won in a canter. Tim Whiffler Avas the sire of Briseis, who'von the Melbourne Cup. and Derby, »nd the d*m of Macilleathean bcitjfg by Fishlrman shows his grand strain of blood, 1 as a study of the Stud Book will slnny that Musket's great success has been from Australian bred mares, for the .descendants of the grand old Fisherman,; viz., Martini-Henry, Nordenfeldt and Trenton are all descended, from Fisherman on the dam's side. : ( Season money due on January' Ist; 1891; guarantee money due on Juty Ist, 1891. Groomage fee, ss. 'For terms and any further particulars apply to G. * W. ROBINSON, 1 10 159 Proprietors, Newlands. SEEDS- SEEDS/ VEGETABLE SEEDS EARLY SF.ED POTATO ES,— Including »tHE BEAUTY,OF BATIi," . Which last season produced on' Mr Dohrrty's land, Tinwald, the" enorrilous yield; of some- • ; tiling over \{ BTSV.ENTEEN'^TONS PER ACRE. . TTtfFTY POUNDS (noibs) of "The' JD Beauty of Bath" Seed produced THIRTEEN and THREE-QUARTER BAGS of Sqpei'b Potatoes A. W. RANDELL FBUITGfiOWEB, &c, ASHBURTON 8 39

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2556, 29 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2556, 29 October 1890

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