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Pnffllc Upttcea ° NEW AUTUMN AMD WINIER FASHIONS. < S- W* A? oom & O° it HAVE now apenea up a Choic* Assortment a NEW QOODB For the Season. New Jackets, New Short Dolmans, Haw Ulsters, Ladies', Maida, and Children's Newtat dtyles m Ladies' and Children's Hate, New Ftenoh l>ros* Sinff, New Urssa Twoedn, New Plnehee, Feathers ,ni Flowers, Blanket*. Flunueu, Qheetingß, Ac. BEST VALtfS^ROaURABLB AT "■'. ._ S. W. ALCOm & CO. **ABT STRBBT. m CloVer Seeds. Glover Seeds. ULOVEB SEEDS, ' W7^ aTe now lanriin X * rom London W and Now York, our first shipment for the coming eeaaon of NEW SEEDS oonsistingof > . i OLOVERB, TURNIPS, MANGOLDS, OABBOTB, RAPjS, GARDEN 1 ahd .:.'. FLOWER SEEDS, These seeds are from the most reliable Houses m London and New Yobs and therefore oan be confidently recommended as fresh and reliable, we hare also PERENNIAL; RYE GRABS and COOKS* FOOT for sale m large or small quantities^ Latest novelties m Garden and Flower Seeds from that -well known London Firm, Jambs Cabieb and :; Co, «nd gatden requisites of every description. Samples and quotations forwarded on applioation ; J. SEAL¥ & Ca BROOKE'S COMPOUND SOLUBLM SULPaUR BCAL* BLIGHT CV&E. IS penetrating m its effects, equal to anything yet made for the purpose, and an improvement on the concentrated or caubtlc aoda now being extensively tueoY Sold m lib tlna, Is 6d eaoh, or m bulk v large consumers, Is per pound. This /nakea one gallon of wash for 4d. To quote prioe per treeia misleading, as it depends whether one qu&rt or one gallon is used per tree. BROOKE'S Soluble Keroeena and Oil Compound, For SCALY. BLIGHT. As strongly recommended m Maskeil'i Book on fccale insect* of New 1 Zealand. This is considered the only preparation yet known that destroys the eggs; and It hti also the gceac advantage that it oan be used without poisoning the hands or injuring the tree. It is the moat ooooen« trated mixture of kerosene and oil yet I made. Mixes readily with water, and oan bs need with a garden syringe. Fruit growers- are Btrongly advised to gire it a trial,— 3b per gallon, or m bulk 8s 6d. One Gallon to be used with three gallons of hot voatw. Pbctabed only by aM cfim9P^ E ASHBURTON " THE CORMBR." The skip Lady Jocelyn, whioh has just armed, enoountered a fearful tidal wave wniah rushed on board and threatened to engulf the vessel. To escape the sea was a matter of impossibility. The sea came up and broke ten feet over the rail, sending the spray eighty feet high. The sea washed the iron capstan head off and sent it overboard toßether with the bulwarks and boats, as soon as the mountain wave did its work. The gale eon* tinned with great fury. The ship was kept running at a speed of ten knots an hour. The vessel contained a valuable cargo whioh oaused the captain great anxiety on account pf a number of valuable oases of new and ohoioe prints and drapery oonsigned to W. H. Collier, " The Corner," Ashburton, and which could not be replaced at any prioe. They are some of the ohoioeat goods every imported to this colony. Bny none till you have indented tbem.-(Advt-) 9533 "THE CORKER." Just .Landed EX "SPRAY" FROM PELORUS BOUND,— 25,000 feet OF -. MAGNIFICENT WBITE PINE FLOORING AND MATCHLININQ No Knots. No Shakea, 1 -NOW LAHDINGEx "Crueader." FENCING WIRE WIRE BAILS BOOFING IRON CEMENT WBITE LEAD RED LEAD RAW OIL BOILED OIL WINDOW GLASS ¥,ECOLLINS&CO f IRON, TIMBER, AND Coal Merchants,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2224, 12 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2224, 12 September 1889

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