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Pnblio Notices M.OUNT I.^o LiUIS XjIME, AGRICULTURAL LIME. 15s per ton at Klfh 16s per ton In Rallwayjtruoks. RAILAGE TO— Westerfield, 2s 5d Tlnwald, 3s 5d Ashburton, 3a 9 1 Ohertsey, 6i24 lUkala, 5s 10d Wlnolow, 4a 3^ Hinds, 4h lid. TESTIMONIALS. Mount Somers, March 12th, 1889. E. F. Wright, Esq., . I Dear Sir, — In reply to your enquiries re lime, on a piece of land In oats this season, I spread 25 cwt to the acre. The difference was very marked. I estimate the inoroase at 10 bushela per acre, and expect a substantial increase on portion limed for (several years. 1 alßo limed a atrip in a paddock oown with turnips, with about the same quantity of lime per aore, and the difference is even more marked than in the piece sown with, oats* — Youra Faithfully, John Hood Sprlnßburn May lit, 1889. To E. F. Wbight, Esq, Sib,— ln reply to yours of the 28th I have used your lime on lea land and land for turnips and the result Is bo satisfactory in both oasea I will use your lime largely this year, Yours Truly, A. M. MoFablahb. To E» F. Weight, Esq., Mount Somers. Dear Sir, — In reply to your enquiries about lime for top-dreasln? I beg to say I naed abonfc 25 cwt. tothe acre last spring at Buooleuoh with very great buo cess, and Intend going largely Into it foi the future. In my opinion it Is the beat manure one can use on dry land. • Fonts frithfnlly, H. T. Wintib. BIVERSDALE. Milton, May 16th, 1889. Mb Wbight, Dear Sir,— l am la reoelpt of yours of the 11th, re lime*, and beg to aay that I have used a good deal of It the last few years, and have got very good results from Its use for both oats and wheat, 1' oropped the land the first year with turnips, and. dressed part of It with fo g | tons of small lime to the aore, part with I stock-yard manure, and part with 4owt Maldon Guano per aore. Next oropped with oats and barley, and h»d 70 buahels of barley and 90 bushels of oats to the: aore ; it was laid down one year and then pat In wheat and gave 40 bushels to the tore. I thoroughly believe we could not get anything like the orops we do if It were not for the )lme. This year I bought another property, and I Intend to nse COO tons. I gat It at MUbnvn Lime Kilns. This same fainr I bonght about ten years ago, the party that had It put on a few loads of the smaU lime, and it shows as distinctly as poisible; 60 bushels, was about the highest I ever got of oats nntll I used the lime. Yours truly, H. Dunn, F. WRIGST,

I PBbllC g Otic 83. BANKRUPT BTOUK. FURTHER oononsslons having been made by the Official Assignee slnoe aooeptlng oar tender of 11s 4d IN THE £, We are now enabled to sell the goods at the prioe at whloh we originally boaght| vli., U S 4 D IUfTHE £ SALE OOMMENUKS FRIDAY 1 We wish It distinctly andentood that Mb Russell has No Oonneotfon whatever with This Sale, nor will he be on the remises. K.Z. TWEED CO. GLOBIOUS NEWS GREAT BUOOEBB OF Andrew Orr's CHEAP SAJLE 0» DRAPERY, OLOTHING amd BOOTS The Stock purohaied of J. Obb and (Jo. Amounting to £7000 i IN ORDER to olear out tht .took befoie the 30th of Jane and stfe the expenses of two establishments I have made still FURTHER REDUCTIONS In prices. And will, during the next four weeks op to 10th Jane, PAY THE FARE from Mount Somere, Raksla and Ooaeh from Methven to all purobuen of £5 worth and upwards. OOMB EARLY AND SECURE THE BARGAINS. „;' ANDREW ORB

t WINTER SEASON, 1889 ASHBURTON WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES AGAIN TO THF FRONT, Via., BLANKETS, RUGS, TWEEDS, FLANNELS, PLAIDINGS, SHIRTINGS, Etc. SEE WINDOWSTSEE WINDOWS! BLANKETS from 14i 6d per Palir " The Tweeds are, specially purchased for SUITS TO MEASURE, om £2 12s 6d UPWARDS. A Beautiful line of TRAVELLING RUGS at a very low price. Oar WINTER STOCK of General Drapery Is now complete In all Hnei. Inoladlng a ipeolal line of— ASHBURTON PRESS T WEEDS from 2 1 10$d per jkA MITCHELL & TURNER KAIAPOI HOXJBE TANORED STREET, NOTE— Ooaoh or Rail Fares Free to Ashbniton to all parohuera of £& piroeli rom m, Drain and Field Pipes. -JFOR, SALEaII SIZES IN LARGE OR 6MALL QUANTITIES. ALSO — PLOUGH-SHAKES BLUESTONE DERWENT AND KIDNEY POTATOES BEED WHEAT and OATS. And a GENEBAL ASSORTMENT OF FABM AND STATION BTOBES. GEOEGE JAMEBOK ASfIBORTON AND RAKAIA. W. GREGG AND COMPANY, PURE BLENDED TEAS, NEW SEASON, 1888-9, • i and liir PACKETS, 2lb FANCY CANISTERS and 619 and Ilb TINP TEY TfISE BLENDS. TRY THESE BUSNI^ ([CROWN a (( BAGLE )) f mißn^^ {[ C httß\i Vperlb^T \v°*iKJr \ v *"?o.J \V per ih.J/ T A TRIAL WILL ESTABLISH THEIR CONSTANT USE. To be obtained from JOHN ORR & CO. EAST STBEET

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 10 June 1889

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