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Publio Notices - nHABLBS ijBADDELL EBTATE, HOUSE, LAND AND j GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. , . —. Licensed Land Broker, and Sworn J Valuator under the " Land Transfer Act, 1885 ' Agent for the National Fire k insurance Company. Kente arid debts collected. Several Farms and Houses for dale or to Let. Offices removed to Messrs Wilding and Lewis s Buildings, next «• Mail" offioe, 2*Bl jy|BB9BS V^ ILDIK& & J^EWIS SOLICITORS AND NOTARIES PUBLIC Bttrnhtt Strkht ASHBURTON. MB CHARLES BR ADDS LIT haa entered our Offioo as Managing Clerk In placa of Mb Clayton, who is leaving the District. Mi firaddell will be m dally communication with our Head Office m Ohriscchurcb., and will reoeive instructions from Clients. MB WILDING will visit Ashburton every Thursday and on aU OonrC days. 4f3t NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. DAY EXCURSION" TO TIMARU. EXCURSION FABES TO DONEDIN FOR RACES. ON the 24th May an Exoursion Train will run from Christohuroh to Timaru and baok, taking passengers from Ashburton (at 9.55 a,m ) at return fares of 6. 6d fi__t-olaes, 4s 6d seoond. The return train will leave Timaru at 520 p,m Excursionists may alight at Temuka, and return at 5.50 p.m. The morning train from Ashburton to Christchurch and Methren to Rakaia will run 20 minutes later than time-table times on the 24th. Excursion lickets to Dunedin will be Issued at . Rakaia at 86s first-doss, 25s second ; Ashburton 32s first-class, 22s 6d seoond, on the 22nd, 23. d, and 24tb May, and baturday Return Tioketa from any atation to any atation from the 22ad to the2sih May j all available for return till the 30th. 5f153 BY ORDER. PLANTING SEA&ON, 1889. I HA YE thla season a very large quantity of Forest and Fruit Trees, Comprising Abiea Douglaalll, Menzlesll, White Spruoe, Norway Spruce, Plnos Insignia, Larlolo, Austrlaoa, Ponderosa, Maerooarpa, Lawsootana, Welllngtonla, Larob, Silver Blrob, Oak, Laurels, Hollies, all kinds of Ocnameutai Trees and Shrubs, eta Apples, Pears, Plums, Oherrlea, Gcosebatnes, Ourrants and Oahbage i Plants, eto., of all kinds, lam prepared, | as usual, to Plant by Oontraot and replaoe ; for twelve months at loweat rates. j Maorocarpa Fences planted oheap, as I < have a very large stook. Inspection ib- i vlted. Prioe Hat on application. 1 All | orders carefully aod seourely paoked and t doHvered at Railway station for whioh no ] oharge is made. N.B. —Note the address. < JAMES PORTER, , Nurseryman, Olifton Nursery, i Allenton, Aihbnrto n. . I INSTEAD OF BLUESTONING \ PROTECT 10UR SEED WHEAT j From Small Birds, Blight, Smut, or Rust j B 7 using < BEOOKE'S « Carbolic Wteat Dressing < COSTING ONE PENNY PER BUttHEL IT prevents Blight, Smut, and Bu.t by its antiseptic properties, and the small birds do not touch for a considerable time the seed dressed with it, owing to the smell of the Carbolic. i Carbolic Acid has been recommended and used m other places for these purposes for several years past, but the above preparation is muoh cheaper and possesses the great advantage of being quite soluble In water. Farmers who may be dubious ] about it are invited to give it a trial m a small way to enable them to oompare i results. ' PRSPABED ONL7 BC. M. BROOKE CHEMIST, ASHBURTON. _— ■— --.iii i i i — SATURDAY, 25th MAY, 1889, ] AT EAST STREET HORSE BAZAAR, At 1 o'olook. £ Superior DBAUGHT HORSBS WILLIAMS, and BLAND have received Instructions from Mas Jo^N Nlhmo (Boat Taieri Otago) to sell oy Public Auotion at the above time and plaoe 5 SUPEBIOR DRAUGHT HORSES 5 ' The Auctioneers have muoh pleasure In calling the attention of buyers to this Jot of horses. Mrs Nimmo's name as a breeder is a sufficient guarantee as to their quality and breeding, she being a large priz. taker for years at all the Southern shows. WILLIAMS AND BLAND, 5*164 Auotionssrs. Clearing Sale, O^ERTSE?. FRIDAY, 31s7mAY, 1889, MR D. THO&JAS haa received Instructions from Mb H. Cbilds, who Is leaving the Distriot, to sell by Pnblio Auotion, on FRIDAY, 31st May, 1889, ths whole of the Live and Dead Stoojc now on the farm, situated one mils Aahbtyiton side of Chertsey, ai follows, vis, :—-'■' 600 OROSSBRISD SHB_3p/ Q DRAUGHT HORSBS, young, %J Staouoh and Sound. -j TRAP HORSJC, Q Head of CATTLE. i*& , ,_V , ' nl, # °, ! h *"»«m. 3 Saddles and /Bridles, Dubls-aeated Busey and Spring Oart, set Trap Harness, * 2Nssrly new, D F PLOUGHS (Dunoan), 6 F PLOUGH. -1 New DUNOAN DRILL 19 J- ,_ ooulter. "i New DUNOAN DRAY. -1 TIP OART. X Set Dlso Harrows, Cambridge Roller, Chain Harrows, 2 McOormiok Wine^Blnders, C Horse Covers, Iron Tank, % «.t 6 Leaf Harrows (new), 3 Horae power Chaff nutter and a large quantity of sohdrlss. Staok oat afces?**, _ M a oMi ssed wheat. Sale at 12 o'olook. Lunoh provided. The whole of the above Plant Is In first olass order. M$ Child s being a Meohanla having taken a prids In keeping it iq, fW "" P. SBOMifl,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2131, 22 May 1889

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