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Public Notlcefl ( CENTRAL HOTEL Wakanui Koad, Aehburton, A. J. KELLY ... ... Pboprietob. HAVING taken orer tho above Hotel, renovated and renewed the Furniture and Stook, I trust my friends and the public will give me a fair share of patronage. Good Stabling. Special Terms for Boarders. B*lsß THE FEDERAL COFFEE PALACE, at the corner of Collins ft Kino Strbets, Melbourne, Now open for bußinees. ; The Federal Palace is only two minntes walk from the Central Railway Station and the Wharves. The Palace contaibß 550 rooms, comprising Drawing, Dining, Reading, Sitting, Billard, Bed, ard other rooms.. Special accommodation for families and permanent boarders, 1 The Cnisibe and Table appointments for the daily luncheon are a speciality. Particular car© exercised to eecure perfeot immunity from Accident by Fire. All charges moderate. J|_2i) * QBO. COHEN, Manager. RETD Ind GtR&Y, CAMERON STREET* ABHBDBTON Makers of IMPROVED D.-FUKBOW PLOUGHS (Made of Best Hammered Scrap Iron, and Winner of Firat Prize at Melbourne Exhibition.) Over 80001 AT f Over 8000 m use r J Reduced Peiobs; V to »»«. Extra heavy Mould Boards for rough Land m Stock, Reid and Gray's Turnip Sowers, with or without Guano Sowers ; all sizeß, 1 to 16 Coulters, and 7to 14 inches apart ; made to sow turnips and manure* down the same tube, or m two, one following the other. This drill is very specially commended by all those who nave used them.— Testimonial just reoeived : — Timaru, Ist May. "Messrß Reid and Gray, Dear Sirs, —ln referenoe to the Turnip and Manure Drill which I purchased from yon m November last year, for George Gray Russell, Esq , Otipua, Timaru, I have pleasure In stating that it is the best Drill I have seen distributing artificial manure, either m dry or damp state ; it never clogs, and easily regulated as to quantity, and distributes the manure with perfect regularity, and gave good satisfaction.— Yours truly, Atn Wyllik. Zig-Zag narrows' stil maintain their reputation as* the best general purpoa Harrow. Four hundred sets made an nually. Newly Improved Chaff on tters all sizes, with Balance Fly Wheel, fitted with patent oast steel Mouthpiece, m one piece, which oan be taken off and replaced by an ordinary laborer fn a few seconds. Cut three lengtns of chaff. Portable Screw-Press and Bagging Chaffcutte?, cuts, riddles, elevates, screens and presses into the bag at one operation. 1, 2, 3, and 4 Horse-Powers, simple strong, and easily drawn, universally used throughout New Zealand. Jointed Pulverising Disc Harrows, over 700 m üße. No farm should be without them. All sizes from 6ft to 12ft. Grain Drills fcpm 11 to 17 Coulters. We i make largely for TJantsrbury and North ' Island. "~~~"-~ — -_._ Cahoun's Hand Seed Sower, Farm Drays and Waggons, patent Fenoing Standards for Folding Sheep, Fenoing Wire, Steel, Iron, and Barb Wire. Repairs to all descriptions of Machinery promptly executed on the promiess. Catalogues free on application at Dune* din or any of our Branches* 4*163 'i *—————— — — >— — i^—— —— Eden George. EDEN GEORGE'S BRANCH STUDIO ISgNOW CLOSED. ENQUIRIES [MAY BE MADE FROM Henry Zander, ASHBURTON. PERSONS {wishing to order Extra Copies of thelt Photographs oan lave them at the following prices ;— £ s d 12 Oabinetß 1 0 0 6 0 12 6 12 Boudoirs 1 10 0 6 „ 10 0 These prices Inolude Groups, also any position already worked up. All orders to be sent direct to EDEN GrEOBGE, c PHOTOGRAPHER. CHRISTCHURcH.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1975, 20 October 1888

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