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LAND AND GENERAL. J. B. CMRSSTJAN. AGENT -FOR , LITTLE'S SHEEP DIPS. REDUCTION IN COST. S T ITTLE'S FLUID DIP is now made JU 25 per cent, stronger than, formerly, thus reducing the cost^ by 25 per 'cent. The Combined Dip (the Fluid and Powder used together), now, therefore, costs very little more than the former cost of the Fluid alone; and, considering its strength and / quality, the Fluid is the cheapest on tho market.. ' "■ Supplies always on band. , Special Quotations for Large Quanti--1 ties. J. ft CHRISTIAN, > ARCADE. i i I "" ~ "~7~ ! i -FOR SALE. 1 _-Acre Freehold!, together with 4roomed Dwelling, (built about 3 years), also a shed and- other improvements. Owner'will accept very low price, as he \ has decided to go f .in for a Farm. ' , Corner Section- within the Borough. ' „-Acre. First-class .building site: Price j £175 i-■ '. Also a large number of Properties of all descriptkras.\,Full particulars on application. * ' Rents and Interest collected, Ab- ■ sentees represented. Agent for the London and 'Midland Insurance Co., Ltd. JOHN S. YEOMAN, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. , 9/' Victoria Street (opposite Triangle), . Asbburton. FOR SALE. 440 ACRES, 8 or 9 miles from Kaikoura, subdivided; 8- paddocks, well- ■ watered and fenced; carries 2-_ sheep , to acre all year* well grassed. New Dwelling of 6 Rooms, H. and C. water, Bathroom and all Conveniences, i. Stables, Cow Byre, Milking Machines. i Telephone on Property, and handy to i School. I PRICE—£I2 10s ACRE. * • I " - Further Particulars from— ■ HAROLD E. CURTIS, 116 BURNETT STREET, ASHBURTON. H. L. BARKER, 1 FARM PRODUCE BUYERS' I REPRESENTATIVE, [ LAND AND WOOL SALESMAN, BURNETT STREET, ASHBURTON /IASH BUYER oT 1 GRAIN, SEEDS, PRODUCE, and ; ; FAT LAMBS AND SHEEP. ) (At per Head or per pound.) I WOOL received for Christchurch Sales, account Pyne and Co. ' WOOL received for Timaru Sales, account Canterbury Farmers' Association. SUPERIOR, FARM SEEDS supplied, railage free, at nearest Railway Station. Agent for QUEENSLAND INSURANCE CO. mmmmm ________ ----_-----> SHIPPING. THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY'S LINE. To London, via Monte Video, Teneriffe, and' Plymouth. MOST MODERN PASSENGER STEAMERS IN THIS SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE, Steamer. Tons. From To Sail Ruapehu*" 9880 Wellingt't Mar. 5* KaikourW* 10560 — ' April 9 Bemuera* 125C0 — May 7 Euahine* 12000 — June _> Rotorua , 12500 — July. 2 "Twin screw, t Triple screw. ACCOMMODATION IS NOT SURPASSED BY ANY OTHER LINE. Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. For further particulars apply— FRIEDLANDER BROS., LTD. SHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION CO. THE LARGEST PASSENGER. STEAMERS IN THE NEW ZEALAND TRADE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS for LONDON, with Superior Accommodation for all classes of passengers, calling at Monte Video, Teneriffe, and ; Plymouth. All steamers now fittod'with CO2 PATENT FIRE EXTINGUISHER. Vessel. Tons. From D>»te. , __; Tonic* ;2532 Wellington* Feb. 26 Athenic* 12284 Wellington ' *p»il 23 Ooritithic 12251 Wellington May 21 Arawa* 9572 Wellington June la Wellington I All Steamers Fitted with Wirel-sa Telegraphy. •Twin screw. NATIONAL MORTGAGE A AGENCY COMPANY/LTD,, Aad NICOLL BROS., Joint Agents. ■iibwip Mi m !■■■''—— *mm*immmmmmmmmman* MONEY. ...-;'"-■ To Lend on approved Freehold Securities, several sums, at Lowest Current Rates. . „,_„ T. BULLOCK.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8795, 16 February 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8795, 16 February 1914

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