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Public Notices , CENTRAL HOTEL Wakanui Road, Asbburton, A. J. KELLY Pbopeiktoiu HAVING taken over the above Hotel, renovated and renewed tbe Furniture and B took, I trust my friends and tho public will give mo a fair share of patron <ge. Good Stabling. Speoial Terms for Boarders. B*lsß THE FEDERAL COFFEE PALACE, at the oorner of Goi/LiNs & Kino Streets, Melbourne. Now open for business. * The FedeTal Palace is only two minutes walk from the Central Railway Station and tbo Wharves. The Ptlaoe contains 550 rooms, comprising Drawing, Dining, Reading, Bitting, Billard, Bed, and other rooms Special accommodation for families and permanent boarders. Tbe Cuisine and Table appointmonta for the daily lunobeon are a speciality. Particular care ex*-rcssed"to secure perfeot immunity from Accident by Fire. All oharges moderate. 9 GEO. COHEN, Managpr. REID and QRAYa CAMERON STREET, ASHBURTON Makers ot IMPROVED D.-FURROW PLOUGHB (Made of Best Hammered Scrap Iron, and Winner of First Prize at Melbourne Exhibition.) Over 8000 1 AT i Over 8000 m use, / Beduosd Pricis. \ m oa. Extra heavy Mould Boards for rough Land m Stook, Reid and Gray's Turnip Sowers, with or without Guano Sowers ; all sixes, 1 to 16 Coulters, and. 7 to 14 inches apart ; made to sow turnips and ncanuro down the same 1 tnbe, or ln two, one following the other. ; This drill iB very speoially commended by \ all thoso who have used them.— Test.- --: monial just reoeived : — Timaru, Ist May. \ "Moßore Reid and Gray, Dear Sirs, —ln ' reference to the Turnip and Manure Drill 1 whioh I purchased from you m November last year, for George Gray Russell, Esq , Otipna, Timaru, I have pleasure m stating that it is the best Drill I have seen ' distributing artificial manure, either m dry or damp state ; it never ologs, and easily regulated as to quantity, and distributes tbo manure with perfect regularity, and gave good satisfaction,— » j Yours truly, Alex Wyiaie. Zig-Zag __a.rows' ntil maintain their reputation as tbe best general purpoß Harrow. Four hundred sets made an nually. 1 Newly Improved Chaffouttera all sizes, with Balanoe Fly Wheel, fitted with patent ' oast steel Mouthpiece, m one piece, whiot _ can bo taken off and replaced by ai ordinary laborer m a few seconds. Cut £ three lengtns of chaff. Portable Sorew-Press and Bagging . Chaffcutter, cuts, riddles, elevates, eoreeni and presses into the bag at one operation 1, 2, 3, and 4, Horse-Powers, simpl. strong, and easily drawn, universally usee a throughout New Zealand. ■• Jointed Pulverising Dlbo Harrows, ovei * 700 m use. No farm should be withoul ] them. AH'si-feß from 6ft to 12ft. i Grain Drills from U to 17 Coulters. Wt , make largely for Canterbury and Nortl * Island. : Cahoun's Hand Soed Sower, Farra . Drayß and Waggons, patent Fencing r Standards for Folding Sheep, Fencing i Wire, Steel, Iron, and Barb Wire. Repairs to all descriptions of Machinery ' promptly executed on the premiesß. , Catalogues free on application at Donel din or any of onr Branches- 4*163 '_- mm^^^^'^ m mm^m^mmt^mmtmmmi^^mmmmmmmmmm . Eden George i EDEN GEQKGE'S BRANCH STUDIO ; IS|NOW CLOSED. ENQUIRIES ;MAY BE MADE FBOM Henry Zander, AS H BURTON. PERSONS {wishing to order Extra Copies .of their Photographs oan have them at the following prices ;— & s d 12 Cabinets 10 0 6 , 0 12 6 12 Boudoir 1 10 0 6 „ 10 0 These prices Include Groups, also any position already worked op. All orders to be sont dlreot to Eden (xeobge, PHOTOGRAPHER. CHRISTCHURCH. _

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1976, 22 October 1888

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1976, 22 October 1888

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