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John 6. Restell,COMMISSION, FINANCIAL AND GENERAL AGENT, "SAFEST STREET, GEAIN AND WOOL BROKER. -ioeJalj- ps OATS SHARPS. BRAN \ FLOUR POTATOES FENCING WIRE—BARBED AND PLAIN, TEA, SUGAR, CANDLES, AND GENERAL FARM STORES, KAITAJGATA COAL. AGENT FOR—Union Fire and Marine Insurance Company Ld. ; Mcrcanti Finance Agency Company, Ltd. ; Colonial Mutual Life Assurance DEERING ALL STEEL TWINE BINDER; CEYLON and INDIAN TEAS Association; The Mercantile Gazette, efcc., etc, etc^ LOVERS OF A REALLY DELICIOUS CUP OF TEA SHOIT L D TRY PURE ■ CEYLON & INDIAN TEAS IMPORTED DIRECT FROM THE GARDENS. j BEING ABSOLUTELY PURE THESE TEAS ARE MUCH STRONGER THAN THE ORDINARY BLENDED TEAS, CONSEQUENTLY gARE MORE ECONOMICAL. THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS DIRECTED TO THE FOLLOWING ANALYSIS BY PROFESSOR ISICKERTON ON SAMPLES OF ABOVE TEAS :— Canterbury College, 14th June, 1890. 'The 1 analysis made by me blxows the Teas to be PERFECTLY FREE_F ROM ANY FOREIGN MATTER AND ADULTERATION OF ANY KIND, lie amount of extract in each case k vwy h^h for the short iime of infusion, and the proporcion of tnhnih is low. In all r««pecit.s tho samples .submitted appear to be well prepared genuine Teas of excellent quality. T>Tninrt>TYiNr 1 ' , (Signed) A, \V. BICIfI/RTON, : Colonial Analyst. SOLDiTNBILB.IPACKETS,BOANISTERS, AND HALF-CHESTS fiEOKGETAIESON ASHBUBTON IP IUKAIA,

TIMBER, TIMBEV TiBER. TTAV^G nurchasod th» TIMBER BUSINESS of Mr John G. Restell, Ye _LJL have amalgamated th» same with our Business in East Street, where both will be carried on conjointly ■'■ " " '' ' ■'"'' —ON SALE— '■/ : ' --■ :" ', ■■■■■"■•■■' -'' ,■ 3«O casks best "iPortland: Cement 15 Tons Galvanised Koofing Iron, 1O- Tons No. 8, 9 and 10 Fencing Wire, 3 Tons Galvanised Barbed Wire ■$ Tons Sheet Lead 2 Tons -Sheet Zinc, SO Boxes Sheet Glass, 5# kegs Wire Nails, all sizes, lO^vijrjunfl Kaw and Boiled Linseed Oil,■s a Torn. Genuine "White Lead, 1 Case Hander's Oak Varnish. MOUNT SOMERS COAL 22s PER TOK KAITANGATA COAL, SHAG POINT COAL, NEWCASTLE COAL W. H. Coliins, and Co., TIMBER AND COAL MERCHANTS, ' NOW S THE TIME;TO USE X KDWOWID'S &CALY BtIGHT .SPECIFICJ ■ D. THOMAS/ ~^TTY CLy¥Ji].Hß FOR THE SEASON HAVE JUST COME TO HAND, Pkr Skip "Melson.^ THEY ABE Al 'US QTTALITY ■' ' ■ ' ■""■'' ■ AND -■■ "'-. -'•, LOW IN PRICE. THEY ARE JiDEST A*D}{PON&, «f LONDON] OHOICEST SEEDa INSPECTION INVITED. SAMPLES BOTPLIED prTHOMAS, ASHBURTON. D. THOMAS (Lace of Matsok, Cox ikp lio.j , AUCTIONEER, LAND/INiSURANOE, and ESTATEiAGENT, ' VALUATOR, WOOL and GRAIN BROKER ASHBU R TO N "T OANS Negotiated. Weekly Sales of Liva Stock ; Tiuwald and Ashuurton * lternately. Fortnightly Sales of Sheepskins, Fat, and Hides on FRIDAYS I Sales of Wool throughout the Season. Grain bought and sold on Commission. Clearing Saies as per arrangement; <

LONDON AND LANCASHIftK FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. I 'liar been appointed Agent for thei above Company and am now preparcd[ take irisks on Buildings, and Growing Cropa at current rates. WOOL. WOOL. WOOL, TATTERSALL'S, WEST STREET ASHBUUTO^f I\M Prepared to make LIBEBAI CASH ADVANCES against the Grtwg Clip of WOOL, placed in my handf|for SALE in Aehburton, or Shipment Eng nd. WOOLPAOKS, TWINE, OIL^RADBLE &c.TfSUPPLIED? ~ P. THOMAS. -/■■l ■ ■. ■' ASHBURTON

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2558, 31 October 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2558, 31 October 1890

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