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HONEY. MONEY. I HAYS money to lend nn approved freehold seonrity from £60 to £5000. B*ls FRED. MAKBIG, TTTE HAVE FOR SALE,— { CBUSHED HORSE FEED VERY CHEAP. 8t134 FRIEDLANDER BROS. GBEAT SUCCESS (Under the Verandah.) GREAT BALE KITLL GOING ON AT THE * BHBURTON i^LOTHING BOOTS that will keep the feet dry. ASHBURTON BLANKETS, 13s 6d per pair. No Presents, nor Fares Paid. No Baits of any kind. EvorvthinK at the Lowest Poisible Price FOB OASH. R -A-IL-CO-Ei-ISr BAUNDEBB BUILDINGS. •i-CASH BOOT STORE*— GEORGE^ DIACK PRACTICAL Boot and Shoe Maker, will open oo SATURDAY, 24th irut, In tha Town Hall Shop next Mr Bandell'a with a well selected Stook of BOOTS AND SHOES. Order work and Repairs promptly executed, and speoial attention given to MT and STYLE, combined with reasonable charges. A TRIAL SOLICITED. Btl6l Alired Harrison, AUCTIONEER, STOOK AND ESTATE AGBNT AND VALUATOR. SATURDAY SALE at IS o'clock sharp —Hone*, Cattle, Pigs, Produoa •nd Merchandise, Farming Implements and Vehloles of al! kinds constantly m Yarda on view FOR SALE. Clearing Salea bald. In town or Oonntry as required, and moat liberal terms arranged with botb Buyers and B«Ue__. f|lo LET— Shops m Ooleman'a BnlldX lag** Rednoed renta. Good briok bnlldings handsome shop*. FOR SALE. Deferred Payment Seotion, Winslow; 89 ■eras ; Oottage, water xaco* gwd feooes • good bargain, Also, 1 Light Strong Gig 1 Spring Oart A-BHT JOR THB Rorwicb Union Fire insurance Company. ALFRED HARRISON. BROOKES COMPOUND SOLUBLE SULPHUR SCALY BLIGHT CURE. IS penetrating iv its effects, equal to anything yet made for the purpose, and an improvement on the concentrated or caustic soda now being extensively used Bold m lib tins, ls 6d each, or iv bulk large consumers, Is per pound- This makes one gallon of wash for 4d. To quote price per tree is misleading, as it depends whether one quart or one gallon is used per tree. BROOKE'S Soluble Keropena and Oil Oompound, For SOALY BLIGHT. As strongly recommended m Maßkell's Book on -'oale Insects of New Zealand. This is considered ihe only preparation yet known that destroys the eggs ; aud it haa alao the great »_ vantage that it can be ued without poisoning the handi or injuring the tree. It is the moat concentrated mixture of keroßene and oil yet snade. Mixes readily with water, and can be used with a garden syringe. Fruit growers are strongly advised to give it a Wai,— 3b per gallon, or m bulk 2s 6d. One Gallon to be used with three gallons qf hot water. PbEPABBD ONLY BY O.M.BROOKE CHEMIST, ABHBURTON. Wanted Known, I HAVE 20,000 PINUS IJFSIGNIS One year old, 12,000 PINTJS INSIGITOS Two year old, transplanted. 60,000 CUPRESBTJS MACROCAEPA One year old. 12,000 2 Years Old TRANSPLANTED. The above lines will be sold very oheap APPLE TREES 3 Years Old, Bore fruit last year, olean and good sorts Is 6d eaoh, Inspeotlon Invited. Prioe liat on application; All , orders oarefully and seourely paoked and ' delivered at Railway station for whloh no charge is made* N. B.— -Note the address. JAMBS PORTER, Nurseryman, Olifton Nursery Allftntnn. Aahburton. A. W. Randell, FRUITERER AND ' FRUIT GROWEF, TOWN HALL AND NORTH-WEST BELT, ALLENTON, WISHES to draw speolal attention to his present Stock of Seed potatoes j-rown from imported tubors, m ha own ground, especially the Beauty of B.th wnioh la a wonderfully prolific and early variety and the best sort of potato for table purpoaei. KIDNEYS, real IRISH FLOUNDERS (true), and other vsrletica a'so m stook. Good DERWENTS for niMeat me dsllvwed anr put of Town trlit-rti, § *9

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2211, 28 August 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2211, 28 August 1889

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