OD NEWS TO THE FRUITGROWERS OF NEW ZEALAND TfTfiAi'i'a Patent 3o»le Extermtaatoi JXCUU » for Fralt Tfeeff oetta!r deatruotlon to luseot life, and guaranteed to restore the tiee tolts usual vigor and growth. AFTER 26 years of practical ex peitence m gardening and frnli growing la Eogland, I have mucli pleasure In bringing before the New Zealand Fruit Growers, my Patent SCALE EXTERMINATOR, whloh U used according to lostraciona, will completely deatroy all Soaly Blight In whatever atage of grow h it Is found. If any Intending purchasers would like to see the effect of the above on fruit trees they oan do so by visiting Mi Remington's orohard, near Tinwald, 01 Mr Leonard's orohard, South B±lt, Ashbarton, where I have bpen applying the Exterminator ; and if any persons wish to have their orchards pruned they can have them done In the most approved manlier, and the Exterminator applied with certain auooeas at a very small ooat. Mr J. HisbIiTXNK, saddler, Asbburton and Tinwald Is appointed my Agent foi sale of tho Patent Scale Exterminator* Price per paoket 10a 6i, 21s and 31a, with fall instructions for use on eaoh picket. Carriage paid to any addreaa In Mew Zealand, JOHN KEEN, 4 105 Aahburton. EXCELSIOR COACH FACTORY TV. HICKS COACH-BUILDER AND WHEELWRIGHT, BURNETT St. (Next "Mail" Oifiob, Abhbtjbton.) fT7 TJ HAVING taken over the above W •Alt department from B. Paoex begs to Inform tbe pablio of Ashbaiton and aarroundlng dlstrlots that be has oommenoed business In tbe Above line, and trnats by strict attention to sa<ne, combined with moderate charges, to merit a fair share of patronage. Every deaorlptlon of vehicles made to order. Special attention will be devoted to repairs. Traps repainted, eto, on shortest notice. Note tbe Addreaa—BUßNETT STREET, N*XT "MAIt" O*FIOB, Asbburtoo. In reference to the above I thank my friends and tbe pablio for the liberal patronage they have bestowed apon me for the past two yeara, and trust that a continuance of the same will be bestowed on Me W Hioxs. W. H. PAGET. JAMES HESELTINE. SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER Btjhnett Street (Next Scott's Stailsb), AND AT TINWALD. WISHES to acquaint the farmers and horse-owners of the Aahburton County, that having imported a large etook of maierialr, he is now prepared to supply them with HOBSE COVERS of superior make and quality at very reasonable prioe, for the coming season. Qaotations on application. SABD LERY AND HABNESS OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS IN BTOOK. 3tl Mount Somers Jjime, agricultural lime. 15a per ton at Klin 16a per ton In Railway tiuoks. RAILAGE TO— »Westerfield, 2s Gd Tinwald, 3s 5d Avhburton, 3s 91 Ohertaey, 5s 24 Rakala, 5a lOd Winalow, 4s ?<? Hinds, 4s ll.\ TESTIMONIALS. Mount Somers, March 12th, 1889. E. F. Wbioht, Esq., Dear Sir,— ln reply to your enquiries re ime, on a piece of land In oats this season, I spread 25 cwt to the acre. The difference was very marked. I estimate the Increase at 10 bushels per aore, and expeot a substantial increase on portion limed for several years. 1 also limed a strip lv a paddock aown with turnips, with about the same quantity of lime per aore, and the difference is even more marked than m the pleoe sown with oats' —Yonre Faithfully, John Hood Sprlngburn May Ist, 1889. To E. F. Wbioht, Esq, Pißj—ln reply to yoars of the 28th I have used your lime on lea land and land for turnips and the result Is so satisfactory In both oases I will uae you lime largely this year. Tours Truly) A. M. MoFablakb. To E. F. Wbigbt, Esq., Mount Somers. Dear Sir,— ln reply to your enquiries about lime for top>dreaaln? I beg to say 1 naed about 95 owt. tothe aore last sprlog at Buooleuoh with very great auo oeaa, and Intend going largely Into It for the future. In my opinion It Is the best manure one oan uae on dry land. Toara filthfully, H. T. Winter. BIVERBDALE. Milton, May llth, 1889. Mb Wbioht, Dear Sir,— l am In reoelpt of youri ol the llth, re lime, and beg to say that ] have used a good deal of It the last fen years, and have got very good reaalti («om Its uee for both oats and wheat, ] cropped the land the firat year wltt turnips, and dresaed part of It with fo g tons of small lime to tbe aore, part witt atook-yard manure, and part with iowi Maldon Guano per aore. Next cropped wltb oats and barley, and had 70 busheli rf barley and 90 bushela of oats to tin aore ; It waa laid down one year and thei pot In wheat and gave 40 buahelß to th« aore. I thoroughly believe WO CODld no I get anything like the orops we do If I [ were not for the lime. Tbia year 1 1 bought another property, and I Intend t< r uae 50J) tons, I get It at Mllburn Llmi KUni, Tblasame faim I bought abon ten yeara ago, the party that had It pa on a few loads of the smali Hme, and i ahowti aa destlnatly aa possible; W buahels was abqut the highest I ever go } of oats until I used the lime. Yours truly, H. Dunn. B % F. WRIGHT, Proprietor. 1
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