f^fIAT&TG'S POWDER destroys both l\l fleali, mothsrbeetles, and all ether Insects, whilst qnlte harmless to domeetio animals. In exterminating beetles the success of this povrde* 1b extraordinary, all is perfectly olean In application. See the artiole you parohase Is KEATJNG'S. All Imitations are noxlons and ineffectual. Bold In tins, 6d, Is, and 2s 6d each, by all Ohemlsta.
JAMES HESELTINE. SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, Buknett Street (Next Scorr's Stables), AND AT TINWALD, WISHES to acquaint the farmers and horse-owners of the Ashbnrton Oounty, that having imported a large 1 stook of material?, be Is now prepared to supply them with HOFBE COVERS of superior make and. quality at very reasonable price, for the coming season. Quotations on application. SADD LERY AND HARNESS OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS IN STOCK. 3tl
Mount: Somers Limb, agricultural lime. 15s per tonlj&t&iln v .. '■ ■ : 16i per ton m Railway truoks. RAILAGE TO— Westerfield r 2s 5d ; -, Tlnwald, 3i 5d Aihburton, 3s Od / Ohertsey, ss'ad. Rakala,sslod Wlnslow, 4s 9& Hindi, 4s lid. TESTIMONIALS. Mount Somers, March 12th, 1889. E. F. Weight, Esq., Dear Sir,— ln reply to your enquiries re mie, on a piece of land m oats this Beacon, I spread 25 owt to the aore, The difference was very marked. I estimate the increase at 10 bushels per aore, and expect a Bubstaotial increase on por- 1 tion limed for several years. 1 also limed a strip m a paddock sown with turnips, , with about the same quantity of lime pef acre, and the difference is even more marked than m the pleoe sown withoata* ! —Youra Faithfully, . . . ■.
.'.-■!'. Johh Hood ■ Sprlngburn May lit, 1889. ' To B. F. Weight, Esq, 6ii,— ln reply to yours of the 28th I have, used your: lime on lea land and land foe tar Dips and : the . result , ; Ii i so . satlsfao^ry- in botb, oases I will ÜBe.yoar lime largely this year. Years' Truly, ■ „ . ! ' ■"""■ A. M. MoFablanb.
To E t F. "Weight, Esq., Mount So vers. Dear Sir,— ln reply to yonr euquirle* about lime for top-dressing I beg to sby. I used , about 25 qwt. tothe acre last spring at Biiccleaoh with very great sue ■ess, 1 and' Intend going largely into It for t ho fatare. In my opinion It Is the bast manare one.ibin aie on dry land, yours frithfolly, H. T. WiKiir. BIVBRSDAL? MiLiok, May 16th, 1889,
Mb Wbighti . , Dear Sir <-^I am In rooelpt of yours of the llthj re lime; and beg to say that I have qsad a good deal of It the last few ! yeats,[ and, have got very good resnlts from i;» one for both oats and wheat, I iroppeld the land the, first , year with. tnßuipfl, 1 tlbd dressed part of it with foqr torti or email lltse tp the aore, part with' stock-yard' manure, and! part' with 4owt Maldoi Gaano per aore. Next oropped with oats and barley, and had 70 bushels of barJevi^^iMqjißeJiiypf^attMoVtheJ tOf-,; 1 1 frii laid down one year and then ffifin wheat andcga-tt^O bniKel^^tolthe 1 •or*/ 1 1 thoroughly believe we conld not get'^ny thing like the oropswe do If It , waul toot foi the. lime. This < yeiv I qocght another property, and I intend to naeSOC tpns...,l gat it at MUburn'lilnfe Kilns.! Thli J»in^ faitn I bonght about ten years ago, the party that had it pat on a few loada of the ( 'smali Hme, and it shows J as^*3s'<tlnotly as poeiible j 60 boihtla was about the highest I ever got of o*ti!nnti I ased the lime. ' Yours truly, H. Dr/ww. B, P. WRIGHT; ' . Propriotor, , =
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