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BUSINESS NOTICES. Hi i i.... CANTERBURY FLOUR MILLS. MANUFACTURERS of— "SUPREME" FLOUR. New and Second-hand Sacks on , hand. | Office in Arcade—2 p.m. to 4 p.m Tuesdays and Saturdays. £J EL DON BROS., GOVERNMENT BROKERS for Pur chase and Sale of MILLING WHEAT, Season 1919. Special Outlet for— • RYEGRASS, COCKSFOOT, - • OATS, CHEVALIER, BARLEY. OATSHEAF CHAFF. District Agents Yorkshire Insurance Company, Ltd. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON & CO., . LTD. WE ARE BUYERS OF NEW SEASON'S GRAIN & SEEDS, and have^ Orders on hand. Ryegrass Cocksfoot White Clovei Cowgrass Rape Seed Garton* Oats Algerian Oats, Ryecorn „ Duns, Danish Peas Barley ! Government Brokers for Wheat. Post us Samples when Threshed. Highest Prices given. Prompt returns. ' Seed Dressing.—-We have first-class ' Machines for Dressing White Clover, : Ryegrass, Cocksfoot, Oats, etc., at Addington and Ashburton. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON & CO., i ■■■■■ LTD. . : Christchurch. Ashburton. \ > MURDOCH BRUCE, GRAIN AND SEED MERCHANT. GOVERNMENT BROKER for Sale and Purchase of WHEAT. I HAVE an outlet for all descriptions of GRAIN, SEEDS, and PRODUCE, comprising:— CHAFF, POTATOES, WHEAT, $OATS, BARLEY, PEAS i RYEGRASS, COCKSFOOT. M. BRUCE. Registered Accountant, LAND and INSURANCE AGENT. ' WEST STREET, ASHBURTON. Telephone 353. * THESE RAINCOATS ARE WORTH YOUR CONSIDERATIONREAD THIS.' No other Coat suits our climate better than a Raincoat. When it rains you are proof against the heaviest" do .vi.pour. , If the wind is keen, the special fabric of our .Raincoats", protects you against the (keenest winter wind. > If you take your coat, and the 'day grows warm, the coat is so light that it is not at all -burdensome. • In fact, for the average robust man, •a Raincoat fills the bill'every time. We have some particularly stylishly cut Raincoats in nice Fawn Shades that are of exceptional quality. -^.-j Coats that give the smrirt dressy i touch. Every size here,, so that you j can get the exact' coatt 'you need—and prices are very'reasonable indeed. Drop in and see them. : .'.-'-. Mcdonald and dunlop, TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS, East Street. 'Phone 291. NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD. Capital ..." : £1,650,000. PREMIER AND WEALTHIEST COLONIAL COMPANY. Fire and Marine Risks, and Risks on Growing Crops and Wool. Threshing Machines, eto. Accepted at Lowest Current Rate*. kXVE STOCK INSURANCE, includ- ,.. ing Foaling Risks, Etc. !. . " > NICOLL BROS., Agenta.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9590, 22 April 1919

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