GOOD NEWS TO THE BRUIT GROWERS OF NEW ZEALAND.
•r»«_ - *» Q Patent Boale Exterminator XV,6C?Ii » fat Fruit Trees, certain destruction to lnseotltfe, and guaranteed to restore the tree to its usual vigour and growth.
AFTER 26 years of praotloal experienoe In gardening and fruit growing m England, I have rnuob pleasure In bringing before the. New Zealand Fruit Growers, niTP*** 111 SCALE EXTERMINATOR, which if vied according to ln«t« ot '°"» win-oompletely destroy all Scaly blight In whatever atage of growth it is found. If any Intending purchasers would like to see the effect of the above on fruit trees, they can do so by visiting Mr Remington's orchard, near llnwald, or Mr Leonard's orchard, South Belt, Ashbnrton. 1 where I have been applying the Exterminator ; and if any persons wish to have their orchards pruned they oan have them: done is the most approved manner, and the Exterminator applied with certain toooesa at a very small cost. Mr J. Ekwltikb, saddler, Ashburton md Tipwaia, is f appointed say Agent for ■ale oT ttie patent Soale Exterminator, Price per packet 10s 6d, 21* and 31s, with' full ibetruotlone fo* use on each paotet Carriage paid to any address m New Zealand* • JOHN KEEN. 4«>195 Asbborton.
NOTICE OF CHANGE. Dm J. H.TOWOTND, CONSULTING Pbyslolan, 183 Colombo Street (opposite Bank of New Zealand), tJhflstqhurch (Hon Visiting Phy■lolan, Ohrlitoharoh Hoipltal 10 years). Hoars of- Consultation from 12 antil 9 pun., and from 7.30 antil 9 p.m., Sanfiays exoepted. N;R— Oonanltation by letter. 63+4 P. & D. Duncan AGRIOULTORAL IMPLEMENT MAKERS OHRISTOHUROHAND ABHBURT REDUCTION IN PRICE OF PLOUGH fjiROM this date the following will be |J the prloe of our ploaghs .— £ ■. d. Donble farrow with skelths ... 16 10 0 Tree farrow ..* ... ... 21 10 Disooant 2\ percent for oath.
DRILLS — Combined Manure and Seed Drills. Turnips pat m with this drill are an aesored saccess. We are making foe ibis season a New Grain Drill on tbe Anglo-American principle, particularly suitable fot this oountry. Farmers should Inspect this drill before baying elsewhere DIGGER PLOUGHS— We are making Improved ploaghs of this description. We also oonvert ordinary ploaghs to Dlggen atalowprioe. Fittings: foi Threshing Machines, saoh as Concaves, Drams, Shaker Shafts Brasses. Made and repaired. Every kind of machinery repaired o the shortest no tloe.
J. KEIR, Manager, Willis Street. Aihburton. TEEES. TEEES. I BEG to thank my Friends and the Pnblio for iheir generous Bopport during the last 14 years, and to intimate that I have ready for this season's planting the Largest and Best Stock of Trees of all kinds ever offered m this District, including,— 80,000 APPLE TREES 6,000 OEBRK? TREES 4,000 PEAR TREES 3,000 PLUM TKEiiB 3,000 PEACH TREES £00 APRICOT TREES 9,000 WALNUT TBEES t- Awo — Nectarines; Qainceß, Filberts, Gooseberries, Cnrrants, &o, m great variety, and an innumerable quantity of Forest Trees of all kinds suitable for Timber, Shelter, and Shade, as well as Ornamental Tree*, Shrubs, Hedge Plants, and Roees m endless variety. Everything worth planting, from the Scotch Heather to the giants of the Forest To assist Customers m making their •election samples of more than 60 sorts of keeping App!es may be seen at the fchop of Mxssbs J. Scaly and Co., East street, where orders will be xeoeived. Catalogues forwarded to any address on application,
THOS. BBALY, The Nurseries, Ashburton, 177 South End of Traffic Bridge. H- 1 WOOD &GO STATIONERS 1 HALL. Easter Cards EABTEB CAEDS JUBT ARRIVED— A Ltrge and Beautiful Assortment account" books of all SIZES and BINDINGS. tawTTooKs by every Mall. HYMN and PRATER BOOKS. BIRTH DAY BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS, etc, etc., School Teaobers, Committee!, and Libraries, supplied at LOWEST PRICES. Any Book not In stock procured st Bhottest Notice. fanctFgoods. MUSIO and MUSIOAL INBTRUWENTS of every description. MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS. Subscribers wanted for any Magazine Of Newipaper published. H.J.WOOD&CO STATIONERS HALL, 4.3HBURTCN
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