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KEATING'S POWDKR destroys both j fleas., moths, beetles, and all ether insects, whilst quite harmless to domestlo < animals. In exterminating beetles the 1 suooess of this powdei is extraordinary, ( all Is perfeotly olean In application. See < the artlole yon purohase Is KEATING'S. ' All Imitations are noxious and Ineffectual. * Bold In tins, 6d, Is, and 2s 6d each, by ] all Ohemists. j 1 I JMount oomers Jjime, agricultural lime. 15a pcs ton at Kiln 16s per ton In Railway truoke. RAILAGE TO— Wester Bold, 2s 5d Tinwald, 3s 5d Ashburton, 3s 9d i Ohertsey, 5s 2d Rakaia, 5s lOd Winslow, 4s 3d Hindi, 4a lid. TESTIMONIALS. Monnt Somers, March 12th, 1889. E. F. Wright, Esq., Dear Sir, — In reply to your enquiries re tme, on a piece of land m oats this season, I spread 25 cwt to the aore. The difference was very marked. I estimate the inorease at 10 bushels per acre, and expeot a substantial increase on portion limed for several years. 1 also limed a strip m a paddock sown with turnips, with about the same quantity of lime per aore, and the difference is even more marked than m the pteoe sown with oats' —Yours Faithfully, John Hood Sprlngburn May Ist, 1889. To E. F. Wbioht, Esq, gut,— ln reply to yours of tbe 28th I bave used your lime on lea land and land for turnips and tbe result Is so satisfactory m both oases I will übo your lime largely this year, Yours Truly, A. M. MoFabianb. To E. F. Wbioht, Esq., Mount Somers. Dear Sir, — In reply to your enqulrleo about lime for top-dre-jolny I beg to say 1 nsed about 25 owt, tothe aore laat spring at Buooleuoh with very great sue ocas, and Intend going largely into It for the future. In my opinion It is the best manure one oan use 00 dry land. Yonrs frlthfully, H. T. WniXM. iBIVERSDALW, Milion, May 15th, 1889. Mr Wright, Dear Sir,— l am ln receipt of youra of the 11th, re lime, and beg to say that I bave nsed a good deal of lt the last few years, and have got very good results from Its use for botb oats and wheat, I iropped the land tbe first year with turnips, and dressed part of it with four tons of small lice to the aore, part with stock-yard manure, and part with 4ow* Maldon Guano per aore, Next croppec with oats and barley, and had 70 bushel cf barley and 90 bushels of oats to tbe aore ; lt «sa laid down one year and then pnt ln wheat and gave 40 bushels to the or.i I thoroughly believe we could no get anything ike tne orops we do If it wore not for the lime. This year I qonght another property, and I Intend to use 500 tons. I get it at Mllburn Lime Kilns, This same faim I bought about ten years ago, the party tbat had lt put ov a few loads of the small lime, and lt shows as destlnotly as possible ; 60 bushels was about the highest I ever go of oata nntl I uaed the lime. Y'jw truly, © H. Don*,. 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 bottie. Designed for the use of hotels, restaurants, saloons, clubs and families. Ornamental m appearance and full nickel plated. Special termi to jobbers. Manufactured by the E. WALKER TOOL QOMPANY, E-ue, Pknn., U.S.A. THE "RED UKOSS ' PRESERVIN COMPANY, Ohapel Street, South Yarra, Viotoria, 1 CANNED Tomatoes, equal to American and at same prioe ; also Peaches. Pears, Aprioots, of the finest quality, and m heavy Byrup. All these goodß aie 1 manufactured under the supervision of Mr George James Ward, late of California. The Jamß, Jellies, Piokleß, Tomate. Sauce and Assorted Sauoes of this Company are ' well knowa to be better than any imported 5 213 HOWARD'S PULVERISING ' PLOUGHS . < SINGLE j AND j DOUBLE FURROW* : ' ° * < JOHN G. RESTELL; WEST STREET I ASHBUBTON.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2230, 19 September 1889

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