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|! BAKEE BROS., j BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS, &o, Oorner Wakanul Road and Oass itreet, (Nbxt Cehtbal Hotbl.) Or at Baker and Brown's Ooaoh Faotorj Havelook street. (Nbxt the Ootjet Houss.) S9C 'i TEEEB. TBEES. i! " T BEG to thank my Friends and the i X Publlo for their generous snpport ,i during the last 14 yean, and to intimate ; that I have ready for this season's i planting the Largest and Best Stock of Trees of all kinds ever oflered In this District, inoluding, — 30,00* APPLE TREES 6,000 OEERUY TREES 4,000 TSAR TREES 3.000 PLDM TREES 3,000 PEAOH TREES COO APRICOT TREES ! 9,000 WALNUT TREES -—Also— ■ Nectarines, 1 Quinces, Filberts, Gooseberries, Currants, &o, m great variety,' and an innumerable quantity of Forest >ees of all kinds suitable for Timber, Shelter, and Shade, as well as Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Hedge Plants, and Roses m endless variety. Everything worth planting, from the Scotch Heather to the giants of the Forest. To assist Customers m making their selection samples of more than 60 sort* of keeping App'ea/may be seen at the £hop of Mbsbbs J, Sis alt and Oo , East street, where orders will be received. Catalogues forwarded to any addreßß on application, , THOS. SBALY, The Nurseries, Ashburton, 177 South End of Traffio Bridge. REID & GRAY WQTJW at tbfg Benson invite the atUntion of their nmneroni Onatomws ani Farmers to their ■• • .■ Improved Drill jtowing Machines TheirNEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL ! with POSITIVE FEED is now known and admitted to be the B«3t FOE ALL SORTS OF LAND, and for ObenpneßU, Strength, ad Durability is the Beßt m the Market. They havo also this Season brought out a NEW nBILL with QTJ2- FEED nnd ' possessiag «U tho beat qnalitlefl of: tha. AngToAmerican, hut a Machne far superior m workmanship and strength, This Machine they have got up specially for the Canterbury Plains. Samples of both these Machine! together BBOABCAST GKAIN AND GKAB& SOWERS to be seen at all their Branohs. B. & G.s New Zealand PORTABLE OHAFF (JTJTTER and BAGKJER. Several cf these now m this District and doing excellent work, K. 4 QJe. DOUBLEBURROW PLOUGHS at Reduced Price as formerly advertised, Disc Harrows On the Newest and Most Improved Prlnoiple, and ZIGZAG TIDE HARROW -i ana every requisite for the Fares. -• •■ .- - ASHBURTON BBANCH: J. TAYLOB, Manager. ZEALANDIA BOOTS The Grandest "Wearing Boots Manufactured m the Colony. i nnHESE BOOTS are now being sentfoi JL from Viotorla, Queensland, and New Booth Waleß, by onatomera who have had them previously m New Zealand. Some time ago, a family who were returning to Yorkshire were fitted ontwitt v Zealandia" Booia, by a large Storekeepai and they wrote to say that their *' Zea. landia" Foots caused a deal of diaoussion m the Old Country," and they stoutly maintained that no finer wearing boot* could be made m England. Since w ting, theßd Colonists havo returned to New Zealand, and have informed ua that theii boy wore a pair of the " DEPEND ABJUE BOQOOL BOOTS while going Home ; all the time at Home ; while returning ; and has Bince worn them at school for two months, and the Boots are perfeot yel Every other pair gave equal satisfaction There is no greater economy than m buying " Zealandia j; Boots, and remember that none are genuine unless branded oi the sole 'l'he ealandia loot Store runs thi Brand, and every pair ia guaranteed - - Haa also the largest assortment of Eng eh Boots at all prices. We sell at the lowest Dunedin am i_ Chrißtohuroh prices, and we are neve beaten. All Goods marked m plein figures j a ZEALANDIA BOOT STORE 8 ASB6CB?Q:i

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2141, 3 June 1889

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