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ANNOUNCEMENTS l : GRAIN SALE. . "J HPHE New Zealand Loan and Mercantile 1 Agency Co. Limited, will hold ita -f > NEXT GRAIN AUCTION ' On FRIDAY, dth JUNE, 1890, At 2.G0 p.m. : , Afc the Chrißtchurch Wool ; and" Grain? T Warehouses, Durham Streel;, Railway '' Siding. E. S. HARLEY, Manager. '. E. G. STAVELEY, . Produce Manager. • ( ■' Mr J. G. Restell, Ashburton, will a'cfc 5 as on 11 A<rort fry roorvinq; consignments \l nd forH.ndiii.' f-T saX». „ 5 200 ; A LARGE supply of various: SIZES:"? XJI. -. -■ .. r:'.... .; „, ..,,; (: always in STOCK, for SALE in large ori . ' „..;,■, ci ;;i..;-,ihjt'_ small quantities. SPECIAL quotations, • _• -. . .' •, .■../>... -■ ?■/■■.>' ■ given for large quantities. * ; „ .;' , GEOKGE JAMESON; ':": i ... - .v -.; •« j 5 210 ASHBURTON & RAKAIAU ■ TREES TREES. '„/ About 100,000 FRUIT TBEE&'v-/,t : f Of all descriptions, including ' ■'-•) 2000 APPLE TREES of CHOICE ' 1 -■■ ■ SORTS.- ■>' --•'-. J^ l< All Strong and Healthy; -:. 'J'n lf ; IT^OR SALE at > Moderate : Prie'ek * .JD; Undersigned is also prepared,,' as -r • usual, to undertake the' - ' : k;: -' PLANTING OF FOREST TREES /.,/. at Lowest Current Rates. J y" ; ' WM. GARDNER,. ; \-.\: i sff5 ff •.,-. : Tinw^ald ■'• SEALY'S FRUIT TREE =;; "TNCLUDING Apples, Pears, Plums, >I J_ Cherries, Peaches, Apricots,' Necta- >>- ines, and all other fruits. The'merits of: <' all the varieties have been subjected to % severe tests during the last 15 years,>and'-' the stock is now admitted to. be the •- Largest and Choicest in Canterbury, ">' probably in the colony, to select from, afl warranted, and at your own prices. SEALYS FOREST TBEIfS Of all-kinds. ; innumerable in quantity, i well-grown and hardyr—all kinds, all sizes,:'; all prices. ' , ■ --:i SEALY'S ORNAMENTAL TREES, &<v ■■< Choice in quality, numerous in quantity. ■■'<■- SEALY'S MACROCARPA.- "'■}'■•* Tens of thousands in number.:-A large * quantity specially grown for fencing at ' very low prices. . j •■:■■; SEALY'S .ROSES. '• ■ . '■'• Endless in variety and choicest in quality.« -: . . SEALY'S CATALOGUES: il~y rForwarded free to- any: address Ion*• 7 application. • ■-•■ , » :•.-iiiv/ Note.—l will only be responsible.for; ■ Trees ordered dhect from the Nursery- or : r through Messes J. Seaxy asd Co. . • ' fl THOS. SEALYv \ '> Nurseryman, ; ' ' *' >: 18 Riverbank, Ashburton.- ■- "; SEEDS, PLANTS, &c ' " ' TBEE3. TEEES. TKEES. ".* T Again tender my best thanks to my numerous Customers and Correspon dents for the support I have received: •■*>■ from them, and assure them that I shall still, conduct my Business in the future as I have in the past, and all orders by post' r otherwise will receive my prompt atten- :' Hon. My Apple Trees are all ivorked on the blight proof stock, and are clean and . well grown ; also Pears, Plums, Cherries, - Apricots, and all kinds of small Fruits. I have one of the largest stock of Forest Trees in Canterbury, about 40,000 Larch, two years old, 40,000 do; one year old, s and 100,000 Pinus lnsignis, one and:twoi ' years old. Cupressus, Macrocarpa, I have > . a grand line. I make this a speciality. All • my seedlings have been transplanted j m being equal to those in boxes. I have labout 100,000 one and two years old, also > Roses and Fancy Shrubs in great variety.; > ; All trees supplied, and planted by. me! f will be. guaranteed for 12 months. Cata logu sent post free on application^ ■ • --;■ TAMES T)OE-TBRi ■■■•'■<■■■ J.AMES JTORTER,. ' NURSERYMAN" and SEEDSMAN, - , ' ALLENTOJf . ASHBURTOK . ■ • NOTICE. ' :< TEEES! "; TEEES! i.^VI THE undersigned, have opened; a , . Nursery on my own account * and am prepared to seU FRUIT and FOREST ' ' TREES of the choicest sorts at prices not' • - * to be beaten. «Having had 28 years' ex- *1 perience at Home and in the Colonies, I; ■ J nave grown none but the best sorts of >• Fruit Trees, knowing that a great many-'----that are planted out are shy bearers and-' some that do bear are. inferior in,quality.' , : I have also a very choice collection of '; : Roses and Shrubs. : Gardens laid out: ;- • work done by contract or by day. Old - fruit trees re-grafted with choice sorts if required. Hoping to get a fair share of public patronage. r-Note the Address—, * • " J. MILLICHAMP, Nurseryman, ■' ' , ' .Terrace Nursery, n - " . Tinwald. ' Letters Addressed to Ashburton P.O. will Receive My Prompt Attention. 6+l -- * -TTTNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY U OF NEW ZEALAND (Limited.) .. / . SPECIALLY REDUCED FARES. ' GRAND EXCURSION TRIP TO '■ ' '.; • SYDNEY. 1 ' "■. ';..__•.-" rpTTR Union Company's new Steamship^ MONOWAI, 3500 TONS, -2 _ ' ''' '■ [WiUbe despatched from LYTTELTON - " j On THURSDAY, sth JUNE, ' lOn a Grand Excursion Trip to SYDNEY, \ via East Coast Ports and Auckland, ■ AT SPECIALLY CHEAP FARES. • J Holders of Return Tickets will have th privilege of coming back from Sydney by ; way of Auckland or Cook Strait, or from. 1 Melbourne, via Hobarfc and Bluff. ; ;:: i This ::.:■ ■'■' p\-r.*- <st--—r«. —l-.^livinow enterin/- !> '■■ • i":r : •::■ .-■-*'«»:-.»-i-.! v,iy;i!n\ is THI-: iini >t \ i-:s>i:i. i>r in:u SIZE AIL* ».\T si ,■ i • !i"« ,1 ilinMiirhout with Electric Light and every modern improvement and luxury. ! Passengers now have the opportunity of making a pleasure trip in a Vessel whose accommodation is unequalled in the colonies. FARES: Saxoon : Single, £5 ; Return, £8. • .Steerage: „, £210s; 1,, £5. ■ " Apply GEO. JAMESON, , Agent, A^hburtoai

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2430, 2 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2430, 2 June 1890

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