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\T BJATiNG'S POWDKK destroya botnj IV. fieaa. moths, beetles, and all ctfier Inaeots, whilßt qnlte harmless to domestic inlmals. In exterminating beetles thej mocess of this powdek la extraordinary, ill Is perfeotly clean m application. , See (he artiole yon pnrohaae la KEATiJtfG'B. k\l imitationa are noxiona and Ineffeotnal. Sold In tlno, 6d, la, and 2a 6d each, by ill Ohemlsta. M.OUNT SoMERB JjIMB, AGRICULTURAL LIME. 16a per ton at Kiln 16a per ton m Batlwty truoks. RAILAGKTOWeiter&eld, 2b 5d : Tlnwald, 8s 6d Aihburton, 8s 9* Ohertaoy, 5a 3d RtvkoU, 5a 10c Winalow, 4a3o* Hindi! 4b lid. TESTIMONIALS. Mount Somers, March 12th, 1889. B. F. Weight, Esq., Dear Sir, — In reply to your enquiries r ime, on a piece of land m oats , thi season, I apread 25 cwt to the acre The difference was vory marked. I estl mate the increase at 10 bushels per aore and expect a substantial inorease on.por tion iimed for several years. 1 also !ime< a atrip m a paddock aown with turnipt with about the aame quantity of lime po aore, and the difference is even mor marked than m the pleoe sown with pate — Youia Faithfully, John Hood Sprlnßburn May Ist, 1889, To K. F. Weight, Ebq, Slß,~ ln reply to youra of tbe 28th have used your lime on lea landj an land for turnips and the result la a satlafaotory m both cues I will use you lime largely this year. Yours Truly* A. M. MoFablajnb. To B. F. Wright, Esq., Mount Bomeri. I^ear Sir, — In reply to your euqulrU about lime for top-dressing I beg to Ba 1 mcd about 25 owt. tothe aore j las aprtug at Buooleuoh with very great su oeia, and Intend going largely lnt It fow tho future. In my opinion It Ib tb beat manuco one oan vie oo dry land,' Yours frithfully, : H. T.WmiiE. BIVERSDALH Mimoic, May 15th, 1889* Mb Wbiqht, ' Dear 81e, — I am m receipt, of y.oura < the 11th, ft lime, and beg 'to aay-tbat have oaed a good deal of It the last; fe yeara, and have got very good re'aali from itf aae foe both oats and wheai, cropped the land the first year jwit turolpa, and dressed part of It wUhifpt torn of small Hoe to the aore, part jwit •took-yard manare, and part with fto* Maldon Ooano per aore. Next croppe with oata and barley, and had 70 buabel of barley and 90 bushels of oato to! th acre ; it waa laid down one year and (the pat m wheat and gave 40 bushels tp tb aore. I thoroughly bolieve we could nc get anything liko the oropa we do lif I were not for the lime, This yo»r qonght another property, and I Intend i uae COO tons, I get it at Mllburn Llm Kilns. Th!a some /aim I bought aboc ten yeara ago, the party that had U pi on a few loads of tbe amah lime, and I Bhowti aa destluotly as poefaiole) 6 bnahela was about the highest I eve* gc of Oata ontl I used the lime. : Yonra truly, H. Domn. E. F. WRIGHT, „ Proprietor. THE WALK^F Cork Extractor. Pronounced the best Mechanical Cork Extractor m the Market, as it pulls the Cork the easiest, and removes • It quickcs from the Screw. ' Its use prevents the agitation of carbonate or other beverages, and allows the sedimeo to remain undisturbed m tbe bottie. \ Designed for the use of hotels, restaurants saloons, clubp and families. Ornamental ii appearance and full nickel plated, Specio terms to jobbers. Manufactured by the' B. WALKER TOOL COMPANY Ear*, Pknn,, U.S.A. THE "BED UKOSB ' PBESERVIN COMPANY, i Ohapel Streetj South Yarra, Victoria, /^ANNED Tomatoes, equal to Amorioai \j and at same price ; alao Pe^ohoß l'eara, Apricots, of tho finest quality, an< m heavy syrup All theoe goods an manufactured under the auperviaipn oi Mr Goorgo James Ward, late of California The Jama, Jelliea, Pibkioß,Tomati Sauce and Aaaorted Sauces of this Company ar< well know: to be better than ,any lmported :i 6 Jll3 i■ ■■ " ABHBURTON PEBMANBNT BUILD- ' ING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. PAID-UP CAPITAL ... £6000 DEPOSITS of £10 and upwards re< ceivod at the following rateß of Irjterei At call .» ... 4£ per oeiit 11 3 months ...' 6 '• " «' 6 monthß ... BJ " «l Over 6 months ... 6 " ' All in'ormttion on application to EPWABD STEPfIENB, : i * ' at

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2183, 26 July 1889

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