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■^■■^■■WMa«MWMwawMS<saMapßßßiiii*«wMawMaßg*'^i 80LI0IT0B8 AND NOTABLES PUBLIC Bttbitstt Btbbbt ABHBU RTOJV. MR GHABLEB BRADDfiLL baa entered our Office as Managing Olerk m placs of Ma Clayton, who is leaving the D. strict. Mr Brafldell will be m daily commanication with onr Head Ofßce m Cbristchur. h, and will receive instructions from Clients, MB WILDING will virit Aehburton every Thursday and on ail Court, daje. 4f3£ " crrow Choice Fruit 9 -— ~ SOME Trees bear beautiful large Applesj/ equal m flavor to a raw turnip, others j produce fruit of good quality but only bear about six apples, where there should be hundreds, lhaye visited the best Orchards m this district during seven fruit seasons, and have 200 kinds^ of apples m my own Orchard, I graft about 30 varieties, the pick of my own and neighbors orchards ; chosen for earliness, flavour, productiveness, blight resisting, long keeping, &c. I have several thousand young Trees from one to three years old for sale at lowest rates for cash. Orders by post will receive prompt attention. Trees delivered free at Ashburton Railway Station, Borough, or suburbs} J. THOMAS, WBST END OF NORTH BELT, 6+177 ASHBOiiTON. PLANTING SEASON,: 1889. I HA YE this season a very larga quantity of Forest and Fruit Trees, Comprising Abies Donglasill, Menzleiil, White Sprnoe, Norway Spruce, Final Insignia, Larioio, Austrlaos, Fonderosa, Maorooarps, Lawsoniana, Wellingtonla, Larob, Silver Blrob, Oak, Laurels, Hollies, all kinds of Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, etc Apples, Pears, Plants, Cherries, Gcoiebemes, Onerants and Oahbaga Plants, etc., of all kinds. lam prepared, as usual, to Plant by Contract and replace for twelve months at lowest rates. Maorooarpa Fences planted cheap, as I have a very large stock. Inspection invited. Prioe list on application; All orders carefully and seourely pscked and delivered at Railway station for whloh no charge Is madej N.B.— Note the address, JAMES PORTEK, Nurseryman, Olifton Nursery, Allenton, Aahburton. Alfred Harrison, AUCTIONEER, STOCK AND ESTATE AGENT ANl>_ VALUATOR > SATURDAY SALE at 18 o'olook sharp > —Horses, Cattle, Pigs, Produce and Merchandise. I Farming Implements and Vehlolea of all kinds constantly m Yards on view FOR SALE. 9 Clewing Sales held m town or Country 1 as required, and most liberal terms arranged with both Buyers and Sellers. Rents collected, and the Bnalneas 7 of Absentees managed with 3 care,. Valuation made of Properties or Merohan* dine on easy terms. Advanoes mate instantly on Goods delivered at the Store for Sale. ' mO LET— Mhopa m Ooleman's BnlldX >lngs. '-Bedaeed rants. Good brlok buildings handsome ih»ps. * Agbkt yob TWtt Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company. ALFREP H RRISQ WILLIAMS and BLAND. WILLIAMS k BIAID. HOLD WEEKLY &ALES OF HORSES, PIGS, OATTLE, PRODUCE, FUBNITUBE, &o , EVERY SATUBDAY. LIVE STOCK SALES, Every TUESDAY at Tlnwald and Ash burton Yards alternately. CLEABING SALES TOWN akd COUNTRY, According to Arrangement, 0 """— * WE will also attend Rakaia, Chertiey, Mount Somera and Methven SALES. skin"sales. _, FOBTNIGHTLY on FRIDAYS throughm out the Sesson, on tha following dates,—. May 31st, June 14th and 28fcb, July 12th and 26th. a k FOR SALE, Town Seotions 1003, 1004 with 7Roomed House and Stable thereon; Prloo, low ; Terms very liberal. A Farm of 1900 Acrea, fenced antf nearly all m English Grass, well watered, with 7 R>omed Rouse, Large Stable and (iraoary ; Terms, small oaih deposit, Balance on Mortgage at 6£ per cent, I D.F. PLOUGH ISet 4-Laaf HARROWS '' . n C) Amerioan WAGGONS, one with /£> Pole and Shafts. 8 Reapers and Blndera ty Hnrra^y, Howard and Mo r: >r- i< k -f DRILL with de«d ou& a *a «d X (NEW) PRIME O AMARU DERWENQ ►y POTATOES. L _. WILLIAMS & BLAND, „ AUCTIONEERS. m 4tlßß

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2144, 6 June 1889

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