T Public .Notices r OST near May field, about the Utb JLJ May, a ilicW Shetp Dog with raqialered collar for 1888, numbered either 18 or 962 Anyone retarning.it to Messes Geeen and Scbint, May field, or oMb C-'bo Jameson, Aahburton, wlil be D warded. stJ7i OUFT OOMERS JLJIME. AGRICULTURAL LIME. 15i per ton at Xi n 16s per ton In Railway trucks. RAILAGE TO— Wester field, 2* 5d Tlnwsld, 3a 5i Aihbutton, 3d 91 Ohertsey, 5s 24 lUkals, 5s lOd Wlnslow, 43 99 Hinds, m Il<\ TESTIMONIALS, Mount Somers, Marob 12th, 1889. E. F. Wbioht, Esq., Lear Sir, — In reply to yonr enquiries™ lime, on a pleoe of land la oats this season, I spread 25 cwt to the aore. The difference was vry marked. I esti* mate the inoreaee at 10 bushels per acre, and expeot a subetartial inoreaee 00 portion limed for Beveral years. 1 also limed a strip m a paddock sown with turnips, with about the same quantity of lime per aore, and the difference is even more marked than m the pleoe sown with oats* —Yonrs Faithfully, Johk Hood Sprlngburn May Ist, 1889. To E. F. Wbioht, Ebq, Fib,— ln reply to yours of tbe 28th I have used yonr lime on lea land and land for turnips snd the revult Is so satisfactory m both oases I will use yonr lime largely this year. Yeun Truly, A, M. MoFablahk. To E. F. Wbioht, Esq , Mcunt Sowers. Dear Sir,— ln reply to your enquiries about lime for too-dresslng, I beg to ssy I used about 25 cwt. to the aore lait spring at Buooleuoh with very great success, and Intend doing more largely into It for the future. In my opinion it li the best manure one oan use 00 dry land. Yours frithfully, H. T. Wiktib. May 6, 1889. BIVERSDALE. Milton, May 15th, 1889, Mb Wiight, Pear Sir,— -I am m reoelpt of yours of the 11th, re lime, and beg to say that I have used a good deal of It the last few years, and have got very good remits front its vie for both .oats and wheat. I cropped the land the first year with , turnips, and dressed part of It with four I tons of small lime to the aore, psrt with stook-yard manure, and psrt with 4owt Haldon Guano per acre. Next cropped with oats and barley, and had 70 bushels of barley and 90 bushels of oats to the acre ; U was laid down one year and then put In wheat and gave 40 bushels to the aore. I thoroughly believe we could not get anything like the orops we do If It were not for the lime. This yesr I booght another property, and I Intend to use 600 tons. I gst it at Mllburn Lime Kllna. Tblsssme faim I bought about tea years ago, the party that had it put on a few loads of the small lime, and it shows as destlnotly as possible ; 60 busheli-irasabout the highest I ever got of tTati until I used the lime. Yonrs truly, H. Dunn. F. WRIGHT,
WINTER SEASON. 1889 ASHBURTON WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES AGAIN TO THF FRONT, Viz., BLANKETS, RUGS, TWEEDS, FLANNELS, PLAIDINGS, SHIRTINGS, Etc. SEE WINDOWSTSEE WINDOWS! BLANKETS from 14i 61 per Pa"k The Tweeds are ipeelally paroh«sed for SUITS TO MEASURE from £2 12s 6d UPWABDS. A Beaatifal line of TRAVELLING RUGS at a rerjr low price. Oar WINTER STOOE of General Drapery Is now complete In all llnei, Inoladlng a ipeolal line of*- | ASHBUBTON DBESS TWEEDS from li lO&d per yard MITCHELL & TURNER KAIAPOI HOUSE TANORED STREET, NOTE— Ooaoh or Rail Farm Free to Aihbqtion to all pntohaiem of £5 pireeli fomofl. Anglo-American Drills. A SHIPMENT OF THESfI FAVORITE DRILLS JUST TO HAND FOB WHICH EARLY APPLICATION IS INVITED at there are only a few untold. GEORGE JAMESON SOLE AGENT FOR THE Rakaia and Asliburton Districts. - 1. 1. — ,_ *i W, GREGG AND COMPANY, PURE BLENDED TEA.S, NEW SEASON, 1888-9, x amd Ilp PACKETS, 2ib FANCY CANISTERS and slb and Ilb TINP TRY THSE BLENDS! TRY THESE BLENDS ©[ ((EAGLE j\ ((ExmßiT'-ji (( C L y E ]] Q)S[H TRIAL WILIi I^STiJB^ISH THEIR CONSTANT USE. „. To be obtained from ! lOHN OEK Mb CU.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2132, 23 May 1889
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