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NEW AUTUMN AND WINJEA te FASHIONS ■S. W. i? ORN &C° 3r HAVE now opened up a Choice Assort enfc 0 NEW GOODS jt For the Season. j New Jackets, New Short Dolmaas, Ndw " Ulsters, ladies', Maidß, and Children's Newest 10 Styles in Ladies' and Children's Hats, New •n French J>ress Ssnff, New Dress Tweeds, New Plnshes, Feathers and Flowers, Blankets. _ Flanneia, Sheetings, dto. ' BEST VALUE FBOOUBABLB AT r S. W. ALCOKN & CO. EAST STREET. » 4*84 >» B " ~ ; JAMES HESELTINE, SADDLER A D HARNESS MAKE* BOBNBTT STB«BT I (Nkt Sooit's Stabibb), AND AT TINWALD. VT7IBHEB to acquaint the farmers an TT horse-owners of the Ashburbon County, that having Imported a large stook of materials, ho ia now prepared to supply them with HORSE COVERS of superior make and quality at very reason* able price, for the coming season. Quotatlom on application. SADDLERY AND HAENESS OF ALJi DESCRIPTIONS IN STOOK. 3»l 4 BXOELSIOR COAOH FACTORY. W:. HIOKB, COACH BUILDER and WHEELWRIGHT, BURNETT St. (Next "Mail" Office, Ashbubxok.) WTT HAYING taken pyer tb •JLJL* above department from H. Pa<jet begs to inform the pubiiq of ABhburion' and surrounding dlstnoti thai he has oommenoed business in th* above line, and trusts by strlot attention to same, combined with moderate obarges, to merit a fair share of patronage. Every description of vobiolei made; to order. Special attention will be devoted to repairs. Traps re-painted, eta, on shortest notloe. Note the address. BURNETT STREET, "Nbxx "Mail" Office, 4 230 Aihburton. In reference to the above I thank my friends and tbe public for the liberal patronage they have bestowed upon me Cor the past two years, and trust th»t a continuance of the same will be bestowed on Mr W. Eioks. W. fl. PAGET. TREES. TEEES. IBEG to tbank my Friends and the Public for iheir generous support during tbe last 14 years, and to intimate that I have ready for this season's planting the Largest and Best Stook of Trees of all kinds ever offered in this Dietriot, including, — 30,000 APPLE TREES 6,000 OEJSRKY TREES 4,000 PEAR TREES 3,000 PLUM TREiiS 3,000 PEAOH TREES £00 APRICOT TREBB 9,000 WALNUT TREES — Also — Nectarines, Quinces, Filberts, Gooseberries, Currants, &o, in great variety, and an innumerable qnantity of Forest Trees of all kinds suitable tor Timber, Shelter, and Shade, as well c.3 Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Hedge Plants, and Roses in endless variety. Everything worth planting, from the Scotch Heather to the giants of the Forest. To assist Customers in making their selection samples of more than 50 sorts of keeping App'ea may be Been at the trhop of Messes J, Seal? and Co, East street, where orders will be received. Catalogues forwarded to any address on application, THO3. SBALY, The Nurseries, Ashbnrton, 177 South End of Truffle Bridge. REID & GRAY WOULD at this Season invite the attention of thftir numerous Oußtomsra and Farmers to their Improved Drilljtowißg Machines Their NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL with POSITIVE FEED is now known and admitted to be the Best FOR ALL BORIS OF .LAND, and foe Cheapness, Strength, asd Durability is the Best in the Market. They have olsb this Beaion brought out a NEW DEILL With OUP FEED und possessing all the beat qualities of the AngloAmerican, but a Mach'ne far superior in workmanship and strength. This Machine they have got up specially for the Canterbury Plains. Bamples of both these Machiaei together with BBOALCAST GRAIN AND GRASS* SOWERS to bo seen at all their Branches. B. & G.'a Now Zealand PORTABLE CHAFF CUTTER and BAGGER. Several of these now in this District and doing excellent work. B. & GK'b DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUGHS at Reduced Price as formerly advertised. Disc Harrows On the Newest and Most Improved Principle, and ZIGZAG TINE 1 HARROW:* ond every requisite for the Fatm. | ASHBTJRTON BRANCH: 1 >, J, TAYLOB, i ) , Mtnftgtr*

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2143, 5 June 1889

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