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Business Notices. Strawberries, ST R A WBERRIES, STRAWBERRIES, And other Fruit for sale, wholesale and retail, price moderate. B. BROOMFIELD, Kent Nursery, Allenton. 12 2242 CHAMPION Cord Binder. FARMERS contemplating purchasing a Binder this season should first see the above machine, and carefully examine the numerous improvements. In case any Farmers have not been able to attend the trials held, some opinions of those who have used the Champion are here appended. EDWARD REECE, Agent for New Zealand. Greendale, January 2,1885. Mb E. Reece. Dear Sir,—l am pleased to be able to inform you that since purchasing my Champion Cord Binder I have cut and tied 80 acres of grass seed, much tanglsd with clover and trefoil, and the machine did its work well. The relief rake and new butter are great improvements, and are indispensable for all kinds of crops I find the machine very light draft and easily handled, well built and strong, and I think yon ought to do well with the Champion.—Yours truly, G. Ridgen. Burnside, January 3, 1885. Mb E. Reece. Dear Sir, —In reply to your enquiry as to my opinion of the new Champion Cord Binder, tried on my farm during last harvest, 1 may say it was worked for days together in the heaviest and in all kinds of crops—viz., wheat, oats and barley—and in every case gave entire satisfaction. It is a very clean cutting machine, and > leaves a clear stubble. The binding is equally good and reliable. It is a very strong machine, simple iu construction, easily managed, and thoroughly practicable. To anyone requiring a machine, 1 consider it quite equal to any in the mar- i ket, and in some points superior. Yours truly, W, Boao. We, the undersigned farmers, having • been present at the Exhibition of the Champion 7ord Binder as made at Mr Cherry’s Farm, Eyreton, hereby express our complete satisfaction with the efficient ‘ way the grain was handled. The numerous improvements in the machine are most invaluable, and contributed materially to the success of the trial.—(Signed) 1 F. Denton Henry Fenwick Robert Dailey George Bailey • Thomas Burgin Tnom .s Davies H. Beal Hay Smith David Lundy Charles Overton, Waipapa I George Smith H. Martin James Leahy 1 Hagh Elder 1 52 ar;d 20 others.

Thos. Bullock. Revised list of properties For Sale and to Let, elo. SUBURBAN. A small Farm containing 60 acres, with dwelling house, neal town ; liberal terms Lots 18 and 41, each containing 1 rood 39 perches, Allenton Suburban District Lot 86, North-west Town Belt, containing 1 acre, capital site for a private residence Lots 94, 95, 96, fronting the Wakanui road, good site for a house Lots 62 63, corner of Wakanui road and Town Belt Lot 22, containing with fiveroomed house, Alford Forest road Lots 42, 43, 44, 62, 63, together with house, Allenton, near the Woollen Factory Lot 24, Alford Forest road, together with dwelling-house Five acres, first class building site, corner of Middle and Allan road TINWALD. Lot 43, fenced and planted, with threeroomed house thereon Lots 356, 359, 360 Lots 8, I*, 101, McMurdo street Lots 234, 235, 236, 237, Anne street TOWN PROPERTIES. 777, Corner of Cox and William street 778, Adjoining fronting Cox street. 1090, Wills street, with five-roomed house, well situated 535, Peter street, with dwelling-house and blacksmith’s shop. 545, 554, 555, To let only, at a nominal rental. TO LET ; Seven-room-'d House on the Town Belteast, near the Parsonage, at a low rental I Five roomed Cottage in Burnett street A cottage at Hampstead, rent 4s a week Commodious premises in r aat street Blacksmith’s shop, together with dwelling-house, in Peter sheet Five-roomed house at Trevorton Four-roomed house at Trevorton Four-roomed house, Graham’s road, Tinwald Shop and boarding-house in Triangle Comfortable House, together with Stable, near the Woollen Factory Office in Arcane Shop and dwelling in Moore street. 12a fid per week—commodious boarding house to let at the above rental MISCELLANEOUS; FOR SALE. Second-hand double-seated Buggy i Eight-horse power portable engine, cheap Barb wire No 8 and 10 fencing wire Spring oar)s, new, from Ll 9 to L 24 Ploughs, harrows, drays Strong building for removal, suitable for granary or stable Quantity of mixed Firewood, from Walmate, at 30a per cord Second-hand Drays Thomas Bullock, ARCADE, ASHBURTON,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1518, 20 April 1885

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1518, 20 April 1885