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LAND AND GENERAL. <9. B. CHRISTIAN^ ,: AG'fZNT FOR LITTLE'S SHEEP DSPS. REDUCTION IN COST. TITTLE'S FLUID DIP is now made -i-i 25 per cent, stronger than formerly, thus reducing- the cost by 25 . per cent. The Combined- Dip (theY Fluid and Powder used together), now, :. therefore, costs very little more than the former cost of the Fluids alone; and, : considering., its strength and quality, the Fluid, is the cheapest on thfe mar- , ket. ■"'■■'.■ . -■ ' Supplies always on hand: Special Quotations for Large Quantities. • J. 8. CHRISTIAN, ARCADE. FOP. SALE.\ . %-A.eye- Freehold, together with'4roomed. Dwelling.: (built about 3 years), also a shed andi other improvemorits. Owner will. accept very low price, as he has decided toy go in for a Farm. Corner Section within the Borough. i-Acre. First-class Building site? Price Also a large number of Properties of all descriptions. Full particulars on application. Rents and' Interest) Absentees represented. Agent for the London and Midland Insurance Co., Ltd. , { :> j JOHN S; ¥EOMAN, 1 LAND AND ESTATE: AGENT. • ■ ''■ ■ ■■. . V.-'i "; • "r-iV""'"' ■ > ■ 9/ -Victoria Street (opposite Triangle), Asbburton. j FOR SALE; 440 ACRES, 8 or 9 miles from KaiI koura, subdivided 8; paddocks, wellwatered and fenced-; carries 2£ sheep to acre all year; well grassed. New Dwelling oi 6 Rooms,. H. and C. water, Bathroom and air Conveniences, Stables, Cow^Byre, Milking Machines. Telephone on Property, andi handy to School. • PRICE—£I2 10s ACRE-. Further Particulars from— HAROLD E. CURTIS, 116 BURNETT STREET, ; ASHBURTON. v H. L. BARKER, FARM PRODUCE BUYERS' REPRESENTATIVE, LAND AND WOOL SALESMAN, <SURNETT STREET, ASHBURTON r?IASH BUYER of t dRAIN, SEEDS, PRODUCE, and I FAT LAMBS, AND SHEEP, (At per Head or per pound.) WOOL received, for Christchurch Sales, account Pyne' and Co. WOOL received for Timaru Sales, ac- . count Canterbury Farmers' Association. SUPERIOR FARM SEETpB supplied, railage free, at nearest Railway Station. Agent for QUEENSLAND INSURANOE CO. SHIPPING. THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY'S LPNB. To London, via Monte Video,' Tenerif c, and Plymouth. MOST MODERN PASSENGER. STEAMRS ■IN > THE. . SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. . Steamer. Tons. Fvom. To Sail Ruapehu*"" 9880 Weffin gt'n Mar. 5 ' Kaikoura* 1 10S60 — sprii 9 Bemiiera* 12500 — May 7 Ruahine # 12000 — June 4 Rotorua 12500 — July 2 ■ *Twin screw, t Triple screw. ... ; ; ACCOMMODATION *IS NOT SURPASSED BY AKY r qTHER LINE Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. For further particulars apply— FRIEDLANDEH BROS., LTD. SHAW, SAVSLL AND ALBION CO. THE LARGEST PASSENGEB STEAMERS IN THE „•:' NEW ZEALAND TRADE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS for LONDON, with Superior Accommodation for all classes of passengers, calling at Monte Video, Teneriffe, an« Plymouth. All steamers now fitted with CO2 LATENT FIRE EXTINGUISHER. Vessel. Toes. From Date. loaio* - . 1223S Wellington Feb. 26: Atfaenic* 12234 Wellington * jiril 23 Dorinthic 12a»lWellington May?! Arawa* 9372 Wellington J one 18 Wellington All Steamers Fitted wifeJi Wireless Telegraphy, •Twin scro-w. NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY^ - COMPANY, LTD., And NICOLL BROS., Joint Agents. . . , ... . r r MONEY. To Lend on approved Freehold Securities, several sums, at Lowest Current Rates. T. BULLOCK.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8797, 18 February 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8797, 18 February 1914