good news to the fruitgrowers OF NEW ZEiIiAND XTcxorn *Q Patent 3o»le Exterminator JA&pU. O f or F ra(t Trees, certain ! destruction to iuseot life, and guaranteed to restore the tree to Its usual vigor and growth. AFTER 26 years of practical ex petfeooa fa gardening aad fra(t growing m England, I have much pleasure la bringing before the New Zealand Fruit Growers, nay Patent SCALE fcXTERVIINATOR, wbfoh if aaed according to ioatruotionß, will o -ropletely destroy all Soaly Blight m whatever stage of grew h it is found. If any intending purchasers would like to see the effect of the above on fruit Tees they can do so by visiting Mr Remington's orohard, near Tlnwald, or Mr Leonard's orohard, South Bait, Aih. barton, where I have been applying the Exterminator ; and if any persons with to have their orchards pruned they oan have them done In the most approved manner, and the Exterminator applied with certain success &t a very small oost. Mb J. Heseltine, saddler, Atbburton and Tinwald is appointed my Agent for •ale of the Patent Scale Exterminator. Price per pnokot 10a 61, 21a and 31a, with full lottruotlons fur use on each p cket. Carriage paid to any address m New Zaaland, JOHN KEEN, 4 195 Ashburton. EXOELMOR OOAOH FACTORY. W\ HIOKB OOAOH-BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT, BURNETT St. (Next "Mail" Office, Ashburton.) fTT TT HAVING taken over the above YY •JJu department from B. Paokt begs to Inform the public of Ashburton and surrounding districts that he has commenced business In the above line, and trusts by strict attention to same, oomblned with moderate charges, to merit a fair sh»re of patronage. Every description of vehioles made to order, Special attention will be devoted to repairs. Traps repainted, etc, on shortest notloe. Note the Address*— BURNETT STREET, Next "Mail" Ofvioe, Ashburton, In reference to the above I thank my friends aad the pobllo for the liberal patronage they have bestowed upon mo for the past two years, and trußt that a oontinaaioe of the same will be bestowed on Mb W. Hioxs. W. H. PAGBT. JAMES HESELTINE. 3ADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER. Burnett Street (Next Ecott's Stables), AND AT TINWALD. WISHES to acquaint the farmers and horse-owners of the Ashborton bounty, that having imported a large itook of material?, be la now prepared ;o supply them with HOBSE COVERS )f superior make and quality at very eisonable price, for the coming aeaßou. j notations on application. 3ADD r.ERY AND HARNESS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS IN • STOCK. 3+l Mount Somers Jjime, AGRICULTURAL LIME. .5a per ton at Klin 16s per ton tn Railway trucks, RAILAGE TOiVesterfleld, 2s 5d Tlnwald, 3a 5i Aehburton, 3s 93 Ohortoey, 5b 3d Rakaia, 5a lOd Winslow, 4s 34 iinds, 4sll<\ TESTIMONIALS, Mount Somers, March 12th, 1889. I. F. Weight, Esq., Dear Sir,— ld reply to your enquiries re lme, on a piece of land In oats this leason, I spread 2$ cwt to the aore. rhe difference was very marked. I estlnate the increase at 10 bushels per acre, tnd expect a substantial increase on por;ion limed for several years. 1 also limed i strip m » paddock sown with turnips, vlth about the same quantity of Hine per tore, and the difference is even more narked than m the piece sown with oats* -Yours Faithfully, Johh Hood Sprloßburn May Ist, 1889, Co E. F. Wright, Esq, £ir,— ln reply to yours of the 28th I lave used your lime on lea land and and toe turnips and the result Is so latlsfaotory m both oases I will use yon lime largely this year. Yours Truly, A, M. McFabianb. Fo E. F. Weight, Esq., Mount Somers. Dear Sir,— ln reply to your enquirle* iboutllme for top-dressln? I beg to say L used about 25 owt. tothe aore last iprlng at Buoolenoh with very great sue jess, and intend going largely Into it for the future. In my opinion it is the best manure one oan nae on dry land. Yours frlthfnlly, H. T. Winhb. BIVERSDALE. Mi&toNj May 15th, 1689, Mr Wright, Dear Sir,— l am In reoelpt of yours ol the 11th, re lime, and beg to say that ] have used a good deal of It the laat fen Fears, and have got very good result) from Its nje for both oats and wheat, I sropped the land the first year witt turnips, and dressed part of It with fo g tons of small lime to the aore, part witt itook-yard manure, and part with 4ow Maldon Guano per aore. Next oroppec with oats and barley, and had 70 buaheli cf barley and 90 bushels of oats to thi tore ; It was laid down one year and thei put la wheat and gave 40 bushels to thi «oro. I thoroughly believe wo could no gut anything like the oropi we do If I were not for the lime, This yesr 1 booght another property, and I Intend t< one 500 tons. I get it at Milburn Llmi Kilns. This same /aim I bought abou ten years ago, the party that had It pn on a few loads of the amaU lime, and 1 shown as destlnotly as possible; 6< bushels was about the highest I ever go of oats until I aaed the lime. Yours truly, H. Dunk. B t V, WRIGHT, Proprietor,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2156, 24 June 1889
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2156, 24 June 1889
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