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John 6. Restell, COMMISSION, FINANCIAL AND GENERAL AG7CNT, "WEST STREET, GRAIN AND WOOL BROKER. -F O rTALEOATS . SHARPS . BRAN FLOUR * POTATO E S FENCING WIRE—BARBED AND PLAIN, TEA, SUGAR, GANDLES, AND GENERAL FARM STORES, KAITAHCATA COAL AGENT FOR—Union Fire and Marine Insurance Company Lcl. ; Mercanti Finance Agency Company, Lt<i: ; Cojqnial Mutual Life Assurance BEERING ALL STEEL TWIN^ BINDER; CEYLON and ' TNDIAN TEAS Associatian; The Mercantile Gazette, etc,, etc, etc.

LOVERS OF A REALLY DELICIOUS CUP OF TEA SHOULD TRY I=> XJ TEI B CEYLON & INDIAN TEAS IMPORTED DIRECT FROM THE GARDENS. BEING ABSOLUTELY PURE THESE TEAS ARE MUCH STRONGER THAN THE ORDINARY BLENDED TEAS, CONSEQUENTLY , ARE MORE ECONOMICAL. THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS DIRECTED TO THE FOLLOWING ANALYSIS BY PROFESSOR BICKERTON ON SAMPLES OF ABOVE TEAS:— ; Canterbury College, 14th June, 1890. The analysis made I>y mo shows the Toiih to he PERFI<X'TLY PRKE FROM ANY FOREIGN MATTER AND ADULTERATION OF AISY KIND. Iho amount "of extract in each ense ia very high for the short time of infusion, and the proportion of tannin is low. In all respects the samples submitted appear to bo well prepared geuuino Teas of -cel^.t^iily. . BJ TON> ° ' Colonial Analyst. : SOLD IN Ild. PACKETS^CANI&TERS, AND HALF-CHESTS.' georgeTameson _ ASHHURTON AND T^AKAIA.

•SIMBER. TUBER. TIMBER. TJAV^G purchased -the TiMBER BUSINESS of Me John G. Resteli,, we; JTTI- have'amalgamated the same witJ> our J^itsinesa. in East Street, where bpth wili be carlied on conjointly . ■'■ •■■■'■. ' ■■'■'. '■' :< '- -ON .SALE-' ■.' '. ..: '■'.; ■ ■:■.. ■ , 30a casks liest: Fprtiand: Cemetit. 15 Tons Galvanised Boofing Iron, 1O Tons IS To.- 8, 9 and 10 rencing Wire. 3 Tons Galvanised Barbed Wire, Tons Sheet Lead, $ Tons.Sheet Zinc, ■ 50--Boxes .Gks, H© kegs Wire Nails, all sizes, ;i..Oo'piump 'Kaw, .'and Boiled Linseed Oil, 8 ,a Tons Genuine White Lead, I Case Mander's Oak Varnisk. MOUNT SOMEBS COAL 22s PER TON. KAITANGATA COAL, SHAG POINT COAL, NEWCASTLE GOAL W. H. Colliiis and Co., TIMBER A*rt> GOAL MERdETANTS -

NOW'S THE TIME TO USE 11 I DWOOD'S SCALY BLIGHT SPECIFIC _____ ' I). THOMAS. ~~~~MY CLUV.E.K!SFOR THE SEASON HAVE JUST COME TO HAND, Pee Ship' •• Nelson.^ THEY AEE Al IN QUALITY AND LOW IN PRICE.. THEY ARE HDfiST- and SOfffc, op LONDON] OHOICEST SEEDS, } INSPECTION INVITED. SAMPLE>~6UPPLIED, d"^thomas, ___ _' ASHBUBTON. D. THOMAS (Lace of Matsok, Cox akd Uo. AUCTIONEER, LAND,;TNSURANOE, and ESTATEfAUENT, VALUATOR, WOOL ami GRAIN BROKER A S II B U R T O N] 0 :— _ "T OANS Negotiated, Weekly Sales of Live Stock ; Tinwald »nd Ashuurton alternately. Fortnightly Sales of Sheepskins, Fat, and Hides on FRIDAYS. Salee of Wool throughout the Season. Grain bought and sold on Commission. Clouting Saies as per arrangement; LOKDON AND LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Ihar been appointed Agent for the above Company and am now prepared^ take fisks op Buildings, and.Growing Crops at current rates. WOOT.. WOOL, WOOI, TATTERS ALL'S,- WEST STREET, ASHEURTONj IVM Prepavcrtto make LIBKRAITCASH ADVANCES against the Growj Clip bf V7OOL, placed in my hand for SALE in Ashburton, or Shipment Eng nd. WOOLSACKS, TWINE,|OII^RAD.DLE &c* SUPPLIED? ' ; .;;-;■ :.• ;; , ~ D.'. THOMA;||^; AaHBURKJp

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2556, 29 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2556, 29 October 1890

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