PLANTING «EAtON, 1889. I HAVE this season a very largt quantity of Forest and Fmit Tree*, Uotnprlslng Abies Donglasill, Menztesll. White Spraoe, Norway Spruce, Plnot losfgnis, Larloio, Auatrlaci, PonderpM, Maorooarpa, Lawsonisna, WelJingtonUu Larob, Silver Blrob, Oak, Laurels, HoUIm, all kinds of Ornameatal Trees and Shrnbt, eto. Apples, Pears, Plams, Cberriet. Gooseberries, Oarrants and GahbagV* Plants, eto ,of all kinds, lam prepared, as usml, to Plant by Oontraot and replao# for twelve months at' lowest rfttes. Maorocarpa Fences planted oh rap, a»'l--buve a very Urae Brook, inspection lovited. Price list on application.- All orders carefully and aeourely packed and delivered at Kail way s atlon for wbioh no bharge is made, N. 8.-Note the addrtn. JAMES POSTER, Nurseryman, Clifton Nursery, 81 Alienton, Aihburton. - ' - * r* *s BAKER BEOS., " BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS, &o. Corner Wakanui Rosd and Oass street, ; (Next Central Hotel.) ■Or at Baker and Brown's Coaoh Faotorf Havelook street.- • (Next the Court House.) 290 IMPORTANT REDUCTIQtf IN PRIOBS OF REID & GRAY. J 3 Two and Tliree^teow Plong&s, PLKASE NOTE that from date hereof ear DOUBLE and TfiBBL-« FOBBOW' > PLOUGHS wiU b« ONB POUND LBMtoti Catalogue Prices .and observe that BAILAGB IS PAID BY US To any Station on the •Hnrunni-Blnff « To any main port of New Zealand, ai Mr 'Catalogue. REID AND GRAY were awarded FIRST oRUBE OF MBBIT AND fePBOIAL MENTION by tho Jurors at the nwent Melbourne Exhibition: and at that of 1888--8-81, HBID AND GRA.Ynct only won the only Gold j-edal for Double- furrow Plougha awarded to New Zealand, bat from amongst all tiie Plonghfl m the Exhibition, from the leading English, American, and Colonial makers, their Plough so excifc:dthe admiration oi tho Jurors that it was singled out for •ecial Commendatory Reference is their official report, aa follows: — "In Plough*, there is one exhibit to wh oh we wiah to draw special attention, as being the best, and that isth& Double Furrow of REID AND GRAY, of Dunedin, New Zealand. In finish and construction It is far Bupatior to any other."-* See Jurors' Report, page 125. REID AND GBAYi Dunedin, 18th March, 1889. REID AND GRAY ABE THE LARGEST MAKERS OF Iron Fencing Standards Which they cut and panoh to any size and guage from the Best Quality Standard Iron. No inferior iron kept , Nett weight delivered, s charged. Get Qaotatiooß from Danedin or any ot oar Branch*. ■H. J. WOOD & CO STATIONERS 1 HALL. Easter Cards EABTER CARDS JUST ARRIVED— A Large and Beautiful Aesortmeot ACCOXJN? BOOKS of all SIZES and BINDINGS. new"b"oob:s by every Mail, HYMN and PRA7BR BOOKS, BIRTH DAY BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS, etc., eto., School ' Teachers, Committees, and Libraries, BOfpllecl at LOWEST PRICES. Any Book not m aiock procured Shortest Notice. FANCY* QOOD3. MUSIO and MUSIOAL INSTBCTMENTS of every deaotlptlon. MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS. Snbsoribers wanted for any Magsslot or Newspaper published. H. J. WOOD & CO STATIONERS HALL, *QH BURTON P. & D. Duncan AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAKERS OHRISTOHUROH AND ASHBURT REDUCTION IN PRIOE OF PLOUGH FROM this date the following will be tho price of our ploughs ;— £ a. d. Doublo furrow with skeltbs ... 15 10 0 Tree fnrrow ... ... ... 21 10 Dlaoonnt 2| per oent for oaab. DRlLLS— Combined Manure and Seed Drills. Tnrnlps put m with this drill are an assured success. We are making fot this eeaaon a New Grain Drill on tha Anglo-Amorioan principle, . particularly suitable for thla country. Farmers should inspect this drill before buying elsewhere DIUGFR PLOUGHS- We are maklnp tmp'oved ploughs of this description. We aldo convert ordinary ploughs to Digger* at a low prloe. Fittings for Threshing Machines, eaoh as Concaves, Drams, Sh-ker Shafts Braessß. Made and repaired. Every kind of machinery repaired O tho shortest notice. J. iCSIR, Manager, 1 Willli Street, Aihburtoq, i
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