9 Public Notice j WESLEYAN OHUROH. rpHE Rbt R. S. Bunn, from Temuka, I JL will preaoh In the above Churoh next Sunday May stb, morning and evening. 5 36 ASHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL POISONED WHEAT. 'TENDERS are invited for about 200 A. bushels of poisoned wheat, sample f c r<»in poisoned tn bo submitted with t.-o'i tender. Tenders will be received at iLe County Ooucil Offices, up to 3 p.m. >n SATURDAY, 11th Mat 1889. By order, F. MAINWARING. Cltrk, AshburtoD, May 4th 1889, 6t35 CIRCULATING LIBRARY WILL be opened shortly, containing upwards of 1000 VOLUMES By Standard and Popular Authors, SPECIALLY SELECTED AND IMPORTED for the above Further particulars In future advertls* ment. F. M. J ONES. 4 130
EINKsPARIS TO-NIGHT *• The Rink will be open as usual CHAMPIONSHIP Professional and Amateur Champion* •hips Thoie wishing to enter mast give Io their names on or before Wednesday. May Bth Morning Sessions (Ladies only) 10 to 12. Admission Free ; Skates, 6d. Afternoon, 2.30 to 4.30. Evening, 7 30 to 10. 3*76 R. ELBTON, Manager V ' ev3ri-» * IN BANKRUPT
In the Distriot Oonrt of Ashburton (being a Local Court of Bank* ruptoy), holden at Ashburton, In the matter of " The Bankruptcy Act 1883," and the Aots amending the aame, and of the bankruptcies of the parsons hereinafter named. NOTICE Is hereby given that statements of Accounts m the undernamed Estates have been filled m the above | named Ooutt, and that at tha next sitting j thereof on MONDAY, May 20ch, 1889. John Charles Bell, the Deputy Offioial Assignee m Bankruptcy of the Property of the under named Bankrupts, will apply to the said Court for an order releasing the said Deputy Offioial Assignee from bis office m reipeot of the Estates of the said Bankrupts. Dated at Ashburton this 4th day of May, 1889.
J. 0. BELL, Deputy Offioial Assignee. Albert Edward Hunt, of Aahbnrton. Tailor Edward Smith, of Mayfield, School, master Arthur Ironside Reld, of Westerfield, Farmer Frederick Hermann von Sboeneberg, of Ashburton, Cabinetmaker Tnomas Willie Prioe, of Ashburton, Horsetramer Alexander Turner, of Ashburton Forks, Farmer David OatrnoroES, of Tinwald, Engine* driver 6t33 M.OUNT Somers Ijlme, ANA.LYSIS BY GOVERNMENT ANALYIbT,
Carbonate of Lime , ,„ 95.97 Carbonate of Magnesia 2 C 4 Iron Oxide ... Traeea Alumlnia .21 Sellofous Matter ... ... ... 1.29 Water ... ... ... „, dX 100.00 A very Pure Limestone, (Signed) W. Sxey.
TESTIMONIALS. To MR E. F. Wbiohx, Mount Soraerr. Canterbury, Dear Sir,— ln reply to yours, re lime, I have only used a little, but the result has been good. I limed 6 acres last year for barley, that I sowed before without lime. I had to feed off with sheep. What I limed was a good orop, and I oonalder paid for the lime, and tbe grata Is so muoh better, you oan see to an lnoh where I put It, One of my neighbour! had .50 bushels where he limed, and what was not limed was hardly worth cutting. Two or three tona I think Is sufficient, bat tome put more. Any Information you may require I shall be pleased to give,— l remain, Dear Sir, Yours Truly, Godjtbby Fosibb.
Mount Somen, Maroh 12th, 1889. E. F. Wbight, Esq., Dear Sir,— ln rep.y to your enquiries re lime, on a piece of land m oats this season, I spread 25 cwt to the acre. The difference was very marked. I estimate the increase at 10 bushels per aore, and expect a substantial increase ou portion limed for several years. 1 also limed a stiip m a paddock sown with turnips, with about the same quantity of lime per acre, and the difference is even more marked than m the piece sown with oats* —Yours Faithfully, Johh Hooo
Mount Somers, April .9th, 1889. To E. F. Wbight, Esq
£ib,~ The land which I planted with potatoes the seasoa before last, aud from which I did not dig as many potatoes aa I put into it, was this season planted again with potatoes, after liming it m the spring, and the result was that I got at the rata of four tons to the aore of large and firm potatoes, whioh; when cooked, are like balls of flour, while at the aame time the lime has killed all tbe sorrel—*
Sprlngburn, May Ist, 1889. To E. F. Wright, Esq, Sir,— ln reply to yours of the 28th I have used your lime on lea land and land for turnips and the result la to satisfactory m both cases I will use y< ur lime largely this year Yeur* Trn'y, A. M. MoFaelanh Full p»ri-!cn?ars ■.■>.a to prion st Kiina »!*!> '*i RaU*-ay„i.*.atfD:.>?. v?HI bo ftdynetiewS 1 shortly. ft F, WRIGHT, [m$ tmwy
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2126, 4 May 1889
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