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Business Notices NOTICE TO FARMERS. HAXTON’S PATENT F LEXIBLE JJ ARROWS. Awarded First Prize (silver medal) at the Taieri Agricultural Show t 1880, and at Invercargill and Mataura. Sole Manufacturers: HAXTON & BEATTIE, GORE. The above Harrows can be made in any length, breadth, or weight, to suit the requirements of purchasers. They are so constructed that they may be reduced or increased in size within a few minutes, in the field or elsewhere, to suit all classes of land. By reversing or turning over they form a very effective chain-harrow. They harrow all classes of land very quickly and alike, no matter how irregular. They are much easier drawn than the ordinary classes of harrows, and have no nuts to shake loose. They cannot break by coming against any obstruci tion. They are made of wrought iron, i and are easily sharpened or repaired. | They have by their simplicity of con- | struction and effective working been pronounced by the most competent Judges at the Taieri, Invercargill, and Mataura Agricultural Shows to be the “ HARROW OF THE FUTURE. 5 ' Price Lists and further information on application to HAXTON & BEATTIE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAKERS, GORE. Note. —Unfortunately the above Exhibit arrived too late for judging at the Ashburton Exhibition, but an opportunity will, if possible, be given, by public trial in the neighborhood, of judging as to its merits and superiority over every existing Harrow. p R 1 N TING, Of Evert Description, NEATLY AND CHEAPLY EXECUTED, AT IJIHE BURTON £ QFFICE. PLACARDS AT AN HOUR’S NOTICE. THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN OFFICE, SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, East street, ASHBURTON.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 301, 24 March 1881, Supplement

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