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rr JffiATlNG'3 POVVDiUK destroys bctht LV. fleas, moths, beetles, and all c*hev \ insects, whilst qnite harmless to domestic / animals, In exterminating beetles the' success of this powdei io extraordinary. ill is perfectly clean m application. See the article yon parohase is KEATING'S. All iraitßtlone are uoxioas find inoiieotaal, Sold Is tints, 6d, Is, and 2s 6d each, by <tll Chemists. Mount Somejrs Limb, agricultural lime. 15a pee ton at Kl!n 16s per ton In Railway truoka. RAILAGE TOWeiterGeld, 2s 6d Tinwsld, 3s 6d Aehburton, 3s Od Ohertsey, 6s 3d Rakalß, 5s lOd Wlnulow, 4s 9& Hinds, 4s Hi 1 .. TESTIMONIALS. Mount Somers, March 12th, 1889. E. F. Weight, Esq., Tear Sir, — In reply to yonr enquiries re ime, on a piece of land m oats this season, I spread 25 cwt to the acre. The difference was very marked . I estimate the inorease at 10 bushels per aore, and expect a substantial inoreaee oo portion limed for Beveral years. 1 ateo '.imec a strip In a paddock sown with turnips, with about the same quantity of lime per aore, and the difference is even more marked than m the piece sown with oats* —Youra Faithfully, John Hood Sprlngburn May Ist, 1889. To E. F. Weight, Esq, EiR,--In reply to yours of tbe 28th I have used your lime on lea land and land for tnrnips and the result (a to satisfactory m both oases I will use your lime largely this year. Yeurs Truly, A. M. MoFariane. To E* F. Weight, Esq., Mount Somers. Dear Blr,-— ln reply to yonr enquiries about lime for top-dressing I beg tossy 1 need ab"ut 25 owt. tothe aore last spring at Buccleuob with very great suo cess, and Intend goiDg largely into it for the fotore. Id my opinion it is tbe beat manure one oan use on dry land. Yours frithfnlly, H. T. Winiie. BIVERSDALT* Milton, May 16th, 1883. Mb Weight, Dear Sir,— l am In receipt of yours of the 11th, re lime, and beg to Bay that I have used a good deal of it the last few years, and have got very good results from It* use for both oats and wheat. I cropped the land the first year with icjoipn, and dressed part of it with four tons of small Hoe to the aore, part with stook-y&rd manure, and part with 4owt Mftldon Guano per aore. Next cropped with oats and barley, and had 70 bushels of barley and 90 bushels of oati to the acre ; It tras laid down one year and then put m wheat and gave 40 bushels to the ■ore. I thoroughly believe we oould not get anything like the oropß we do if it were not for the lime. This yetr I qocght another property, and I intend to use 500 touts. I get it at Mllburn Lime Kilns. This same /aim I bought about ten years ago, the party that had it put on a few loads of the Bmah lima, and it show* as deatlnotly as possible ; 60 bushels traa about the hlgheßt I ever got of Oitl untl I used the lime. Yours tiuly, H. Dunn. E, F. WRIGHT, Proprietor, THE WALKER 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 carbonated or other beverages, and allows the sediment to remain undisturbed m the bottle. Designed, for the use of hotels, restaurants, saloons, dubi and families. Ornamental m appearance and full nickel plated. Special terms to jobbers. Manufactured by the E. WALKER TOOL COMPANY, Ertb, Perm., U.S.A. THE "BED UKOSB ' PRESERVIN COMPANY, j Ohapel Street, South Yarra, Victoria, /^ANNED Tomatoes, equal to American \j and at pame price ; also Peaches. Pears, Apricots, of the fineet quality, and m heavy syrup. All these goods are manufactured under the supervision of Mr George James Ward, lato of California. The Jams, Jellies, Piokiea, Totnafa Sauce and Assorted Sauces of this Company are well knows to be better than any iml ported 5 213 ! ASHBURTON PERMANENT BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. PAID-UP CAPITAL ... £5000 DEPOSITS of £10 and upwards received at the following rateß df Inferesl At oall , r . ... 4£ per oent " 3 months ... 5 (i " " 6 months ... 6J «' » ■ Over 6 months ... 6 " ' All iit'ormtition on application to BD^ABD STEPH&bTS, „« , ' MWW ■■ ■ ' ■ 'J

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2185, 29 July 1889

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