NEW AUTUMN AND WJNTE te : FASHIONS :s. w. a" oen & c n mm ' ' ' • ■ ' *' ... 31> , HAVE now opened up a Ohoica Assort ent 0 ; NEW OOODB Bt' for the Season. ,j! Jackets, New Short Dolmans j Ne £ : Ulsters, Ladies', Maids, and Children's Newe » Stjles m Ladies 1 and Ohildren'a Hatß, Ne m French Liesa Scuff, NewDraEa Tweadi, Ne " Plnsnea, Feathers and Bowers, Blanltot _ Flannels, Sheetings, &o. BEST VALUE FBOOUBABLB : AT r S. W. ALCOBN & CO. 1 EAST BTBEET. a 4*Zi •»; ' -- c' ■ ' : "-7- --( JAMES HESELTINE, SADDLER A B HARNESS MAKBI ; bubnbtt stbbbt (Nbxt Scott's Stabibs), AND AT TINWAIiD. WISHES to acquaint the farmers an horae-owners, of the Ashburtot Oqqnty, that having imported a Urg< stock of materials, ho Is now prepared t< snpply them with HORSE COVERS oi superior make and quality at Very re»son able price, for the ooming season. Quota' tlons on appliftation. SADDLERY AND HARNESS OF ALL DESORIPTIONS IN STOOK. . ■; /' 3»14 BXOELSIOR COACH FAOTORT. HIOKS, OOAOH BUILDER ahd WHEELWRIGHT, BURNETT St. (Next "Mau" Oi^iob, Ashbubtok.) "IX7" "O~ HAVINO taken over th V V «JL— !_• ' above department from H, Paobt begs to inform the pubiio p( Ashburtbn and surrounding dlstr 'Ots "that he h»s ojmmenadd business m ths above lind, and trusts by strict attention to same,. oombtned with moderate charges, to merit a f»ir share of patronage. Every description of vehfolei mtde to order. Special attention will be devoted to repairs. Traps re-palnted, etc., on shortest notioe. Note the address. BURNETT STREET, Vbxx'' "Mail" Om-iob, 280 Aehburton. In reference to the above I thank my friends and the public for the liberal patronage they have beatowed upon me for the past two years, and trust that a continuance of the same will be bestowed ou Mr W. Eioks. W. fl. PAGET. TREES. TREES. j I. BEG to tbank my Friends and the Pubiio for 'iheir generous support during the last 14 years, and to intimate that I have ready for this season's planting the Large&t and Beet Stock of. Trees of all kinds ever oftered m this District, including,— 30,00 C APPLE TREES • 6,000 OHERKTf TREES 4,000 PEAR TREES . 3.000 PLUM TREUB 3,000 PEAOH TREES £00 APRICOT TREES 9,000 WALNUT TBEES — Also -— Nectarines; Quinoes, Filberts, Gooseberries, Currant*, &c, m great variety, and an innumerable quantity of Forest Trees of all kinds suitable for Timber, Shelter, and Shade, as well cs Ornamental Tree*, Shrubs, Hedge Plan ta, and Roses m endless variety. Everything worth planting, from the Scotch Heather to the giants of the Forest. To asßist Customers m making their selection samples of more than 50 sorts of keeping Apples may be seen at the thop of Mbssbs J. Scaly and Co, East street, where orders will be received. Catalogues forwarded to any address on application, "• THOS. SEALY, The Nurseries, Ashburton, 177 South End of Traffic Bridgo. REID & GRIT WOULD at thia Season ir.vita the attention of their numerous Customers and Farmers to their Improved Diilljowing Machines Their NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL with POSITIVE FEED is now known and admitted to be the Best FOB, ALL SORTS OF IjA.»D, and for Cheapness, B:rength,a d Durability ib the Best m the Market. They have alto this Beaton brought ont a NEW DRILL with OFF FEED trad possess* me »U the beat qnalitiea of the AngloAmerican, bat a Mach ne far superior m workmanship and strength. This Machine they have got up specially for the Canterbury Plains. Samples of both those Machine 1 together With BBOADCAST GRAIN AND GRAB& SOWEBS to be seen at all their Branoh*s. R. & G.'a .New Zealand PORTABLE OHAFF GUTTER and BAOGE&. Several of these now m this District and doing excellent work, S. & G.'g DOUBLE.BURROW PLOUGHS at Reduced Fxice as formerly advertised. Disc Harrows On the Newest and Most Improved Principle, and ZIGZAG- TINE HARROW i »nd every requisite for the Farm. ASHBURTON BRANCH: J. TAYLOR, Manager, ft
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