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NEW A UTUMM A iv D W fNI ER FASHIONS. HAYB now opnnea np a Choio* AaHortment 0 NEW GOODS For the Season. New Jackets, New Short Dolmans, Haw UMers, ladies', Maida, andOhUdwn'a Newe»t Stjlea in Lndion' and Children's Hnta, New Piench breea, Biaff, New Dress Tweed*, New Eluehea, Feothera -.nd Flowers, Blonkoti, FlaaneM, Bhcetingß, 4c. BEST VALUE PIIOOUSABLB AT . 8. W. ALCORN & CO. RABT STREET. _ »84 Clover Seeds. Clover Seeds. |CLOVEB SEEDS. WE are now landing from London and New York our first shipment f ot the coming season of NEW SEEDS aonsietlne o£ CLOVERS, TURNIPS, MANGOLDS, OABBOTS, RA-Pfi, GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS. Theso seeds are from the most reliable Houses in Londoic and New Yobk and therefore ean be confidently recommended as fresh and reliable, wo have also PRKENNIAL, BYE GRABSand COOKSFOOT for sale in large or small quantities. Latest novelties in Garden and Flower Seeds from that well-known London Firm, Jambs Oabisb ahd Go, and garden requisites of every description. Samples and quotations forwarded on application J. SEALT & CO. B*6o_ . BROOKE'S COMPOUND SOLUBLE SULPHUR SCALY BLIGHT CURE. IS penetrating in id effects, equal to anything yet made for the purpose, and an improvement on the concentrated or cauetlc soda now being extensively used Sold in lib tins, Is 6d eaoh, or in bulk large consumers, Is per?ponnd. This makes one gallon of wash for 4d. To quote prioe per tree is misleading, as it depends whether one quart or one gallon is used ptrtree. BROOKE'S Soluble Kerosene and Oil Compound, For SCALY BLIGHT. As strongly recommended in MankeH'e Book oojfc'oalo Insect* of New Zealand. This is considered the only preparation yet known that destroys the eggs ; and it h>B also the great advantage that it can be used without poisoning the hands or injuring the tree. It lithe moat oonoen» (rated mixture of kerosene and oil yet made. Mixes readily with water, nnd oan be need with a garden syringe. Fruit grower? are stroogly advised to gi re it a trial,— 3b par gallon, ok in bulk 2s 6d. One Gallon to be used with three gallons of hot water. ' Pbkparbd only by , °- M 6Hm oEE ABHBUPTON "THE CORNER" Tba ship Lady Jooelyn, which has just arrived, encountered a fearful tidal wave whioh rushed on board and threatened to engulf the vessel. To eaoape the sea was a matter of impossibility. The sea oame np and broke ten faet over the rail, sending the spray eighty feet high. The sea washed the iron capstan head off and sent it overboard together with the bulwarks and boats, as soon bb thi mountain wave did its work. The gale eon> tinued with great fury. Th» ship was kept running at a speed of ten knots an hour. The veaiel contained a valuable oargo whieh caused the captain great anxiety on account of a number of valuable oases of new and choice prints and drapery consigned to W. H. Collier, " The Corner," Ashburton, and whioh could not be replaced at any prioe. They are somo of the ohoioest goods every imported to this colony. Boy none till you have inspected them.~(Advt') 9|92 ! "THE CORKER." Just Landed EX "SPRAY" FROM TPELORUS BOUND,— 25,000 feet; OF MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINE FLOORING AND MATOHLINING . No Knots. No Shakes; -NOW LANDING- "■^ Ex "Crusader." FENCING WIRE WIBE NAILS BOOFING IRON CEMENT WHITE LEAD RED LEAD RAW OIL BOILED OIL] WINDOW GLASS W.'H.COLLINS&CO. IRON, TIMBER^ AND Coal Merchants, ,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2223, 11 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2223, 11 September 1889

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