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it nourishes the plant at the root and mulches the ground in summer. FLOWER GARDEN. Plant Bulbs of the following kinds— Hyacinthus, Crocuses, Snowdrops, Liliums, .Narcissus, Jonquils, Daffodils, and Tulips anyof theabove. For window decoration, plant in pots in a good mixture of loam, rotted manure, and sand. Plunge the pots in sand, and keep them there until the bulb begins to grow, when it might be removed to where it is required to flower. To those who desire an early display of annual flowers, by a caieful reservation of those self-sown which abound at this season in great numbers, and sowing again in spring, the flower garden can be kept going from early spring until late in autumn. All tender plants, such as Geraniums, Cinerarias, Cupheas, etc., that have been turned out during summer should now be brought in and housed to protect them from frost; and all herbaceous plants that have done flowering cut down, so as to give the garden a neat appearance. THE ORCHARD requires little care at this season, further than gathering the fruits as they ripen, and keeping the ground clear of weeds, but where young fruit trees have been planted last year the ground should be kept dug round them and free from weeds, as, by keeping the ground courages the growth of wood, lj trees healthy and better able to I attacks of blight. It only too oj pens that trees are planted, and done, they are never looked ned and still those to whom the tred wonder why their trees do not their neighbors’, who cultivate tl| proper manner’. A few trees cultivated is much better number cultivated indifferently. Medical. Advice to mothers.— \ broken in your rest by a sic suffering with the pain of cuttinjJ Go at once to the chemist anß bottle of Mrs. WINSLOW’S SOO'j SYRUP. It will relieve the poor I immediately. It is perfectly haj it produces natural, quiet sleep bj ing the child from pain, and tb| cherub awakes “ as bright as a It has been in use in America highly recommended by medical i is very pleasant to take ; it soc child ; it softens the gums, allays relieves wind, regulates the bow| is the best known remedy for and diarrhoea, whether arisinfl teething or other causes. Be ask for Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing and see that “ Curtis and Perkii! York and London,” is on the wrapper. No mother should be it. Sold by all medicine dealers| llfd. —Depot, 493, Oxford street. WHO is Mrs. WINSLOW? question is frequently askl shall simply say that she is a lady upwards of thirty years has until devoted her time and talents as al physician and nurse, principally F children. She has especially studj constitution and wants of this nv class, and, as a result of this ef practical knowledge obtained in a ! as nurse and physician, she ha pounded a SOOL’HING SYRUP fd dren. It operates like magic, givj and health, and is, moreover, regulate the bowels. In consequl this article, Mrs. Winslow is bel world-renouned as a benefactor f race. Children certainly do rise bless her. Especially is this the | this city. Vast quantities of the Sc Syrup are daily sold and used her«S think Mrs Winslow has immortalisj name by this invaluable article, a| sincerely believe that thousands dren have been saved from an earlj by its timely use, and that millio unborn will share its benefits and ul calling her blessed. No mother if charged her duty to her suffering one, in our opinion, until she has the benefit of Mrs. Winslow’s S<] Syrup. Try it mothars, try it f Ladies’ Visitor, New York City. STEEDMAN’S SOOTHING POI FOR CHILDREN CUTTING TEE* CAUTION TO PURCHAI The value of this well-known Famil ine has been largely tested in all parti 'orld, and by all grades of society, forj f FIFTY YEARS. Its well-earned vc sale has induced SPURIOUS TONS, some of which in OUT| IPPEARANCE so closely resemble inal as to have deceived many purl ’he proprietor therefore feels it duel üblic to give a special caution against f SUCH IMITATIONS. ! Purchasers are therefore requested cn 3 observe the four following disj haractcristics, without which non! enuine : Ist—ln every case the words iTEEDMAN, CHEMIST, WALWC URREY, are engraved on the Gove damp affixed to each packet. I 2nd —Each Single Powder has directj ae dose, and the words, John Stew ihemist, Walwo;th, Surrey, printed thd 3rd —The name, Steed man, is alway nth two EE’s. . 4th —The manufacture is carried on| t Walworth, Surrey. Sold in Packets by all Chemists and] ine Vendors. I Sold by Kempthorhe, Prosser anl mckland.

RUBBER STAMPS, rj RUBBER STA Made to order, any shape or size SUPPLIED AT REASONABLE PRICE! WEEKS O/ yyEEKS & DIXON, the only ma in Ashburton of these us Rubber Stamps, for stamping paper, gc or linen. East Street — Near Railway Static Ashburton. TO PRINTERS. Hi MACHINE FOR SALE. For sale One Second-hand Double 1 Tape Printing MACHINE, in thor< working order, with rollers, moulds, complete. This machine has been repl by a Double Royal necessitates removal of the Machine formerly used for printing! “Herald’’and “Guardian,” for ban steampower. Can be seen and all j ticulars obtained at our office. i For a Country Office this Macj suits admirably, as it can easily be tul by hand, for which we have fitted a wheel and handle. Price £7O WEEKS & DIX OTIOE —The ‘ ‘ Ashburton Hei is a Gazette for all notices unde Debtors and Creditors Arit ERYANTS requiring situation] and get your names entered 1 rald Registry, Is. 1

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 86, 13 April 1880

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 86, 13 April 1880

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