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John G. Re s te 11, v „.« COMMISSION, FINANCIAL AND GENERAL AGENT, •WEST STREET,, " GRAIN AND WOOL BROKER. "( > OATS SHARPS BRAN FLOUR i-| POTATOES , FENCING WIRE—BARBED AND PLAIN, v , ■ . TEA, SUGAR, CANDLES, AND GENERAL FARM STORES, KAITANGATA GOAL. AGENT FOR*-Union Firo and Marine Insurance Company Ld.; .Mercfthti Finance Agency Company, Ltd.; Colsnial Mutual Life Aiwiirince DEERING ALL STEEL TWINE BINDER; CEYLON-and INDIAN TEAS Association; The Mercantile .Gazette, etc., etc, etc. LOVERS OF A REALLY DELICIOUS CUP OF TEA SHOULD TRY ■ ' PURE 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. . • 1 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 by me shows the Toan .iv jui WiUhVJCTLY-FBEB-JFROM ANY FOREIGN MATTER AND ADULTERATION OF ANY .KIND]; Th« amount of extract in each case is very hiyh for the sliort tima of infusion, and the proportion of tannin is low. Iv all ruspeebs the siimplos submitted appear to be well Vflpnd genuine T», IS „£ <****£**■ . w _ BICKEI?TO!f ,. Colonial Analyst. SOLDITN|ILB.i;PACKET ( SjCANrSTERS, AND HALF-CHESTS GEOEGE"JAMESO]J( | A.SHHUBTOK AJfD BAKAIA. „ TIMBER. TIIWBESJ. TIMBER.:" HAVING ijurclmsed the TlMßifilt'liC'SlNESS of Mk -Tohn G. IlF.sTEtt, we have nmalgtuniitcd tho same with our Business in East Street, where both will be carried on conjointly —ON SALE—' ■', . ': : .■■ 3iW casks best Portland. Cement. 15 Tons Galvanised iioofing Iron, 1© Tons No. 8- 9 and 10 Fencing Wire, 3 Tons (Jalvanised Barbed Wire, % Tons Sheet Lead £ Tons Sliect Zinc, 50 .Boxes :■ heet Glass, 5O kegs Wire Nails, all sizes, tW) Drum? ! aw and Boiled linseed Oil, 2 a Tons Genuine White Lead, 1 Case Mander's Oak Varnish. • ' MOUNT SOMERS COAL 22s PER TON. KAITANGATA COAL, SHAG POINT COAL, NEWCASTLE COAL W. H. Collins and Co., TIMBER AND COAL MERCHANTS '. '''' t '-''"' ' ,_ ASHBURTON NOW S THE TIME.TO USE •. '• RED WOOD \S' SCALY BLIGHT SPECIfk! r ;U,.J?iTHOMAS. MY CLOYEEB- «$' FOR THE SEASON HAVE JUST COME TO HAND,! * Pke Ship ♦♦NeisO>\ ; .■; -il ' THEY ABE Al IN QUALITY AND* LOW IN PRICE, THEY ARE HTJRST and SONS, of LONDON CHOICEST SEEDS. „ :.'. 4 , INSPECTION INVITED. - SAMPLE? "SUPPLIED, DrTHOMAS, . ASHBUKTON. „ D. THOMAS „., ; , , (Lace of Matsor, Cox iwn Co, AUCTIONEEB, LAND,"INSURANCE,-aiid ESTATE AOENT, „' VALDATOR, WOOL and GRAIN BIIOKER A S H B U R T. 0 N : .,.. ,< —--■ • o T" OANS Negotiated. Weekly Sales of Live Stock ; Tinwakl «nd Ashourtoi^ lternatsly. Fortnightly Sales of Sheepskins, Fat, and Utfes on FRIDAYS'!* Salwe of Wool throughout the Season,, Grain bought jind sold on Commission, Clearing Saies as per arrangement; ' LOHDON AND LANCASHIKK FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Ih»T l)ocn appointed Agent for the above Company and am now prepared; take irit*ks n»> Buildings, ahd Grotring Crops at current rafces. '■ , wool, wool, wooXi, "'.J'...;':: TAITERSALL'S, WEST STREET ASHBURTO3S] : :*' JVM'Prepared to make LIBKRAI CASH ADVANCES ajriiiiist the 1 (irofr Clip of WOOL, placed in my liandfjfur SALE Jin A,slH)Urt9«.,: or Shipi^a^fe Eng nd. WOOLPACKS, TWINE, OIL RADDLE .to» SUPPLIED; "—• # THOMAS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2559, 1 November 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2559, 1 November 1890

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