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KATE & i CARTER. Grain and Seed Merchants, OHRISTCEURCH AND LYTTELTON OUR representative attends afc the Office of THE CHRISTCHURCH MEAT CO. ON Tuesdays and Saturdays. Cash Buyers of WHEAT, OATS, RYEGRASS COCKSFOOT, &c KAYE km CARTER. Potato Blight. PROFESSOR KIRK advises, to Bave the Main Crop,— "Spray-at Once " WITH Bordeaux Mixture (Sulphate of Copper, Lime, and Water), and he emphasises the importance of using Pure Sulphate of Copper (Bluentone). We have just landed, ex Delphic," 6 tons of this, and we guarantee it to be pure—9B per cent, of Copper. It is finely ground, and dissolves readily. Askburton Drug Co,, Ltd. LAMA!!" THAT'S THE TEA THAT MAKES YOU SMILE. MOUNT SOMERS COAL, T>Ur THE&BEBT FROM THE WOOLSIIF.3) CREEK COAL COMPANY; PRICE--14 s 6 D PEE, TON Afc Mount Somers Railway Station. Orders may be left with— J. ORR & CO., Aehburton. W. T. DOAK, Mount Soraers. Notice to Insurers. ME G. If. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, Burnett Street, Ashburton, has been appointed District Agent for the National Fire and Marine In&urance Co. of N.Z., vice Mr Chas. Braddell, deceased. W. M. JOYNT, 8 388 Manager, Canterbury Branch It Will ,'Save YOU a: l o t OF !( you Plougl) & Cultivate the Land; WITH A BENIOIA DISC PLOUGH. Morrow, Bassett &BC.I CO , Ashburton. BAKER BBOS. Complete Fumisbin^ UNDERTAKERS. Royal Standard Pill. THE very best for. Constipation. Mr Smart, Avon street, reports: For years I have been troubled with Constipation,and alwayß required four of the strongest Pills. Since taking K.S. Pills,about 5 in all, lam regular Is per box—Chemists and Stores "k DMIEAL Blue is Good Blue. ,£&.■<■■. •, ■■■ - ■■ ..".... ! k DMIEAL Blue won't Streak Clothes.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6576, 22 May 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6576, 22 May 1905