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KEATlNa'SP^OTOßteaeswoys both 1 flems, mothaVbeetles/aud all o^.hei Inaeotß, whilst quite harmless to domestlo tntmals. In extermlnatbag beetles the anoceaa of this powdei 1b extraordinary, all la porfeotly clean In applioatioor See the artiole you parohase h KEATIKG'fe. All lmltsiloni are noxious aad Ineffectual, Bold in tins, 6d, Is, airT2B 6d each, by all Chemists. JAMES HESELTINE. SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER Burnett Street (Next Boott's Stables), AND AT TINWALD. WIBHEB to acquaint the farmers and horso-ownera of tho Aahborton County, that having imported a large otook pf material^,. , he 1b now prepared to aupply them, with HOB€E: CO VEBS of superior make and' quality at very reasonable price, for the coming season. Quotations on applio»tion. BAUD LEBY AND HABNESfi OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS IN STOCK. 3tl ! " ■ ' - > ■ ■ ' ■ « ' ■ ''• • : ) .. . ■ ■..■■.• *■■;•■ :■• . JJIoUNT Sombrs Limb, AGRICULTURAL LIME. 15i per ton at Kiln _ ,! m I6s pertbn In Railway truoks, r RAILAGE TOWeat«fi«ld;> 2a Cd Tlnwald, 3s 5d -.'■■■' . Ashburton, 3i Od ' Ohertsey, 5i 3d C\:\ Rakal*, 5i 10c ■ Wlnilow, 4s 3d Hindi, 4» Hi 1 .. TESTIMONIALS. 1 „ , Mount Someri, MMob 12th, 1889. E. F. Wbiqh*;. Eeq., •■•-•• Dear Sir,— ln reply to your enqairiem ime, on, a, piece of land in . oats > thii jßeason,^,, spread 25 owt to. the- acre, The dijQEerenoe was very .marked. I eetl mate the inoreaae at 10 bnsheli per gwore and expect a Bnbßtaotial inoreaie' bo por jtion limed for several years. 1 aTso IJrriec 1 a strip in i paddook j sown with iurnipa with about the same quantity of lime pei acre, and the difference fa even mor< marked than In the plebe sown 1 with oats' 1- Yours Faithfully, ■ ■■ Jowk Hood ■ • ' Sprlnßburii May Ist, 1889. ToB. F. WBidHT, KflQi giß,~ln rep^y to yours of the 28th: have used yone lime on lea land aoc land for turnips and the remit Is e< satisfactory' in both uses' I will use you lime largely this year. . Y»ur« Tenly, : A. M. MoFabiahx. To E. ,'BV Wbiohx, Esq. , Jlount Somers. <■„-.,. Do»r Sir,— ln reply t6 your enqulrle, about lime for top-dreeelnp I beg to saj I naed aboat 25 owt. totho acre Itst spring at Buooleooh with very ( great sue qoss, and Intend goitig largely Into It for the fat are. In my opinion it Is thi best manare one osn me on dry .land. , lYonndlihtully, H,T.Winiib. BIVERBDALE. ; Milton, May 15th, 1889. MbWiiqht, I Dear Sir,— l am' la r'ebetpt of yours 0 the 11th, re lime, and beg to jay thai : ijava bied s\ good jjlaif, qt It .theJaitifeii sears, irid have; got very' goo^ ebiqUi frdo> 1W ( qBe v fpr.both oats and wheat, ] crppMd , . tlje lan,4 ; the, , first , year, witt turr^lpi,, anldrossed part of it with fo s tpna oj( ( small )lme to the acre, part' with stookryardif manure, and: part with Maldon iGaano 1 perjujte; Nexterbroed wlthioata land barleys and hid 70 bnsneli cf barley and 90 buahels of qaW to the aore } It #asiaid doWn one year and then i put in wheat and gsve 40 boihsla to the 1 sorb, I thoroughly f fi , coulct> not ge^nything VMM *Fopi webdp^f « wera not for lime,, TWsl year., I bboght another jpfoperty, and I Intend. to use BOQ tons. X. gat. It atMllburn Lime Kllni. Tblß same faim X bought about ten years ago,, the party tharf had It put on. a few loads of the smeli lime:' arid It snows' ' • as:< deitlnotly «s ' po»slblB j ' fiO bushels was about the 1 hlthiißt I ever got of oits dntl ' I tued the' fimoi . . yoaw'lifuft, ' ", y ... E. *> wkiam. , i Proprietor. ,•1 I ■ r ■■■ '■ ■•' ; . • •■"• . ■■-•• ,- THE : ; ; : WALKER Cork Extractor* Pronounced 'tnW btgt , MecHani&il Cork '■ ' Exlractbi: in tbeM^Aet; '^it^pttlls the C6rk the easiest, and removes it quickeß frorri,^he Screw, It* use preterits the agitation of cirbbhaieii or other bevtiragps, and allows the sediment to remain undisturbed in. the bottle, Designed for the use 0^ hjotpls, :' jr^i^xints, saloons, clubs arid families. OroanVental in appearance and full nickel plated.' Special termi to jobbers. Manufactured by the, E. WALTER ?POL pOMi»ANY, . E|ir«, Pbnn., IJ.S.A, Also manufacturer* ef Walker's Adjustable F<^jj3*aei ( .Det«hed-H*todlc CU«cU wid. Jj^^nod Mlctometcr. Surface and Marking;

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2161, 29 June 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2161, 29 June 1889

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