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\\±yi ising injpurauit.of'mme^lor '■.otlijjy''^ 'wise on the Riversdale Estate on aid after this date will be prosecuted. ;'?'v J. E, WILLtAMSi Riversdale, 24th May. 6 176 ;J CHERTSEY SHEEP DIE. _ "■' f-Q ■ •;•, , ; .-■■.- ; -:—± ] • R'-jL :■:■, w FARMERS OF THE CHERTSEY ,;,. . ■ : DISTRICT, i-y:L'ft '•■'*s I Have much pleasure in stating that my fl tender for the CHERTSEYfBIP haa '>> .been accepted, and that I /will we, MURTON : i AND WHITE'S PREMIER DIP through. V out.the season... . ; . r. , ," '-"'■:■ '• My. man -will be at the Cfaert^ey Saleyards every WEDNESDAY, and., } FRIDAY," during the- Season' commencing MARCH 19thy'from 8 o'clock till 4. , i ','■ Prices for Dipping Id per head' till 14th ■';: . Aril, ljd :fo. 14th May: '"<; 1 %■■ U '< A. ■. '. V I would .strongly advise' Farmers to Dip/ Early. ; Instruction* can be TefC frith' MJfV McDowell, Chertsey. ",V ,;/: f ■'. i- '-,'• :, ; -D.;,THQms, -':i: .- 44;- . ; - •. ■ . ■■y-hu< :-Ash^iirton. ; . TREES »• TREEST"^ ' '•] . About 100,000.FKUITTR^BS. J; ,'• ,Oi all descriptions,, including '. ■',--,,■ .2000 APPLE ,TREES \ of CHOICE ':'-'i !„ , . >•■ i ■... soßKrs.v. i.-r-i .- -•-;;.- All Strong and Healthya .; "rhoRSALE! afefMbderate -prices.: JP .Undersigned is also prepared, wi ' .'usual; $o unJdertake, the V» f -'o.u"j~. 'PLANTING^OF FOREST^^EES .;;' /abLowesfc'Current'RkteSi" • ',' •; • .-'•/• r' n>/ ■' r WM.GAKDWER, \ , ■' . sr>- '.• ' '■'■■ :•;-» ; V :^ ,;'?.; SEALY?S, MT;;;TREES^ INCLUDING; Applet, Peara; [plums, _L Cherries, Peachesj Apricbt^'Nectari . ines, ancl all other friuts:' The 1 merits of all the 'Varieties have beeti' subjected to - severe tests during thelasVl^'yeaVs, and, '\ the stock, is now; /to-*be tho.V' Largest"and ' Choicest ih! * Canterbury^' ; probably in' the colony, .to select from, aU-, " warranted, and at your'o^vn'prices. ' , '•"'„" ; SE^LY'S FOREST ' TRE^S ; Of alll kinds, innumerable' in^ Quantity, : well-grovm and hardy-^all kinds;'all sizes, all prices, v - f.-.'-i ••<■■• -."va ;■-<% ■",.;-■■:'' SEALY'S ORNAMENTAL TREES, &q. Z'i 'Choicein quality 1, numerous'in quantity. ■■ '- j "-■-' SEALY'S MACROOARPA. : ;, -Tens of thousands toi riuiiiber.! ' A large! '•■ quantity specially grown 1 for;fencing al;-; very loav prices'. ' '■'■'■"' '-•'-"■■'•'" , , /-' I 1 •■■ '!';.r'SEALY!S"ROSES::-"l. " ■■', i\ Endless in variety and choicest in Quality. '■k SEALY'S CATALOGUES' Forwarded' free WTtyjiy"'^'address on" . application,'.., j"'-',';, '.'','■" „ ; 'Note.—^l will'ohly r Kef responsible for '■■ Trees ordered, direct'JEroin'tTie'. Nursery ot ■ through Messes J. Scaly akd Co.' -' •, '11-.I 1-. ■;; ■ 3thos/;.:sealy;"; '",'"-■■,- , " ■' , ','"-> :-"Nurserynian, ;> ,; ;„ 18 i '■•'•'■ Riverbank, Ashbiiffon. < ~ SEEDSj PLANTS, &c t "~~, - TREES. TKEE& • TREES.,;: T, Again tender my best thanta to my• T : ''numerous Customei's and Cbrrespon , '■'■ dents for tlie support.. 1 haye '"' from them', and assure; them that I shall;i ' still condtict my Bitsiness in the future as I have in the past, and all orders'by post) ? '; r otherwise will receive aiy prompt atten-,, ■ Hon. My Apple Trees are all worked on the blight proof stock, arid are clean and well grown; also Pears, Plums,- Cherries, r,'/Apricots,.and all kinds of' small Fruits, fv T have one of the largest stock of, Forest ' Trees in C^r^xy. "i!>. lit^OOO'Laroh,-.,' two ji-'.r. I.!-.', ■'i".'. 1'1',1 (!■.."one; year oldi and 100, OiK) Piniis Insignis, one and two ' yearsold. Cupreous, JVLicrocarpa, I have a grand line. I make this ft speciality. All my seedlings have been; transplanted, v being equal to those in .boxes.; ( J have -'', about 100j,000 one and twp. years old, also - ■'/ Roses and Fancy Shrubs'in'* great variety.,All trees 1 supplied and planted 5 by me , will *be guaranteed for 12 months. Cata logu sent post free'on aj^'plicatiori, 5 JAMES TDORTER AMES JTORTER, NURSERYMAK aku SEEDSMAN,;, ' .. AL L E N,T ; O N.-v; . \.[ ASHBURTOX „. , •, ;

NOTICE. : . ... TBEES! ~'--TBEEB! I. THE undersigned, have 'opened a ■ 5 ' Nursery on: my own account and am -prepared to sell FRUIT and FOREST ' ; TREES of the choicest sorts at prices not . to be beaten. Having hail ?B..years' experience ab Home and in the Colonies, I have- 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' Equality. ' I have, also a very choice collection ,of *; "Roses' and Shrubs. Gardens laid out:' work done by contract or by day.. 1 Old fruit-trees re-gfafted with'!chbice sorts if < required. Hoping to get 'a'fair"share of public patronage. ; ''"' -'''V l' ANote the Address—, 1 ' J. MILLICHAMP, „. 1 ■ ' Nufeeryman, ' •"' ] -'.]'\ ' Teh'ace' Nursery, . - \ ' Tinwaldi. ,;. Letters Addressed, to Ashbiixtbn;P.!O. vnll , -ii Receive My Prompt Attention. 6tl

; : WANTEO::KHOW^:: ;■ TTT ANT E D Known—A,' ti-uhk of V V Ladies, Boots,- assorted,. will t; be . sold this week at 3s 6ct per t pftif.^—' ANDREW ORE. . . ; >.j- ] XXJ, ANTED Known—Just'opened new / v * Jackets, Dolmans, Furs, Gloves, } Corsets, Euibroiderd robes,,, tJmbrellaa . Etc., at ANDREW ORR'S., , •;. " ■ IIT AN, TED Known—A great Bargain'; \ V in Berlin Wools, all colors, »i 3s' perlb, slightly-foiIed.—ANDREW ORR;-' FOR WEDDING Qutfits^ 'Family 1: Mourning, and General DRAPERY' go to ANDREW ORR'S. '■'"," :. :; "XTEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION.— KM , ANDREW ORR is showing' exactly the same Goods in Roslyn Worsted Dross Tweeds/as :exhilrito£\ sit the lEihi bition, als<? Blankets and T lannels. ■ \) ti d ' F^ lR^ oi B [^ANKETkS at £l\')\'J 'Old I'Prices, contracted for when wool ,was Cheap.—A. ORR. : \ • 1 C\ CX EMBROIDERED ROBE 3 t ft .li'\a/Ui;'Seleit' ;ifiom :i\l ANDREW . ORR'S } No two of the same pattern, ,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2432, 4 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2432, 4 June 1890

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