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PLANTING SEAbON, 1889.

THAVE this season a very largt qaantlty of Forest and Fiult Tree*, Oonoprlslug Abies Douglasill, Menzleill, White Spruce, Norway Sptoce, Pinot Insignia, Larlolo, Austrlaoa, Ponderosa, Maorocarpa, Lawsonlana, Wellingtonl«f Larob, Silver Birch, Oak, Laurels, Holllet, all klnis of Ornameatul Trees and Shrabl, eto, Apples, Pears, Plums, o berries, Oooseberneo, Currants and Oahbago Plants, eto , of all klnde. lam prepared, as usaal, to Plant by Oontraot and tepliM for twelve months at lowest rates. . . Maorooarpa Fences planted oheap, til I have a very large stock. Inspeotlon invited. Prloe list on application; All orders carefully and securely packed and delivered at Railway station for which no charge Is made« N.B.—Note the addreou JAMES PORTER, Nurseryman, Ollfton Nursery, 81 Allenton, Ashburton.

BAKER BROS., BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS, &fi. Corner Waktnul Road and Oass street t (Next Obmibai Hotkl.) Or at Baker and Brown's Ooaoh Faotoff Havelook street. (Next the Ooubt Housb.) 890 IMPORTANT REDUCTION

IN PRICES OF REID & GRAY'S Two and Three-farrow Ploagba. PLEASE NOTE that from date hereof ear DOUBLE and TREBLE FURROW PLOUGHS will be ONB POUND LESS thai Catalogue Prioea .and observe that RAILAGE IS PAID BY US To any Station on the Hurunul-Blufl or mainlhio of railway : or FREIGHT IB PAID BY US '

To any main port of New Zealand, aa per Catalogue.

BBID AND GRAY were awarded FIRST OBOER OF MBBIT AND fcPEOIAL MENTION by the Jurors at the reeent Melbourne Exhibition: and at that of 1880---81, RBTD AND GRAY not only won tfae only Gold medal fox 'Double- furrow Ploughs awarded to New Zealand, bat from amongst all the Ploughs in the Exhibition, from the leading English, American, ana Colonial makers, their Plough eo excited tha admiration o> the Jurore that it wbb Bingled out for " eoial Commendatory Refozence ia their official report, as • follows: — "In Ploughs, there is one exhibit to which we wish to draw special attention, as being the best, and that iathb Double Furrow of BE ID AND GRAY, of Dunedin, New Zealand. In finish and construction it; is far auporior to any other."— See Jurors' Report, page 125. REID AND GRAY* Dunedin, 18th March, 1889.

EEIB AND GEAY ABE THE LARGEST MAKERS 07 Iron Fencing Standards Which they cut and punch to any size and guage from the Best Quality Standard Iron, No inferior iron kept. Nett weight delivered, s charged.

Got Quotations from Dnnedln or any of oar Branaaas.

H- J- WOOD & 00 stationers' hall.

Easter Cards EASIER CARDS JUST ARRIVED— A. Large and Beautiful Aesortment ACCOUNT BOOKS of all SIZES and BINDINGS. NEW~BOOKS by evory Mill, HYMN and PRAFER BOOKS. BIRTH DAY BOOKS, SOHOOL BOOKS, etc, etc, Sohool Teachers, OomraUtooi, and Libraries, BoppUed at LOWEST PRICES. Any Book not Id atock procured Shortest Notloe. FANCY" GOODS. MUSIC and MUSICAL INSTRtfMENT& of every description. MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS. Sabiorlbers wanted for Any Magazine oi Newspaper published. H. J. WOOD & CO STATIONERS HALL, A.QHBURTCN

P. & D. Duncan AGBIOULTUBAL IMPLEMENT MAKERS OHRISTOHUROH AND ASHBURT REDUCTION IN PRICE OF PLOUGH FROM thla date the following will bo the prloe of oar ploughs .— £ i. d. Double furrow with Bkelths ... Iff 10 0 Tree furrow ... ... ... 21 10 Discount 2i per oent for oaah. DRlLLS— Combined Manure and Seed Drills. Turnips put Id with this drill are an assured un ocean. We are making for this season a New Grain Drill on the Anglo-Amerloan principle, » particularly suitable for this country. Farmers should inspebt this drill before buying elsewhere DIGGER PLOUGHS— We are making Improved ploughs of this description. We also convert ordinary ploughs to Digger* at alowprioe. FittiDgs for Threshing Machines, such as Concaves, Drums, Shaker Shafts Br»BBB8. Mado and ropalrod. Every kind of raaohlnery repaired o jthe shortest notice. I J, KEIR, Manager, ) WillU Street, Aihburton, I

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2123, 1 May 1889

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