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\ "VTOTICE—AU persons found Trespas^ I _LN sing in pursuit of game or others J wine on the Kivecsdalo Estate on Mid ; after this date will be prosecuted.' " J. R. WILLIAMS. . - Rivcrsdale, 24th May. r . 6176,7 CHERTSEV SJTKEP DIP.; - " FARMERS OF THE CIIERTSEYi /J. DISTRICT. I Have mucli pleasure instating that my tender for the" CHEKTSEY DIP has been accepted, and that,! willubc AIURTONre AND WHITE'S PREMIER DI? through- 1' out the season. • ' ' ' "'" " ■ ' My man will ho at the Chcrt°rv Snicj'anls every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY"," ami FRIDAY, dining the Season commencing MARCH 10th, from 8 o'clock till 4. '■ ■ :'V Prices for Dipping Id per head tiil 14th Aril, IJd to 14th May. I would strongly advise Farmers to Dip, Early. Instructions pan" .Ixs left' ; wis; Mr „' McDowell, Cherteey. ' -'„',, '< ,'':/j >y - D. THOMAS, y ■'* ! 44 ; : ..."",■ A^hburtoh. :^n """"Idrees .tree&V -; i - .-/ , ,r. 1; ' „'- !, f '_ jB.- tl - <..-,*{ '. '. About' 100,000 FRUIT ;TREE.-.-.l^ , Of all descriptions, iriclucling S(J 2000 APPLE TREES of CHOICE?'a' ■ ■ • ■ • ;sorts. [. / •,! r i.' ; ;.;^ v ; . All Strong and' Healthy^ ,',,,; t \. - }IX)R SALE at: Mbderate '^Prices! J Undersigned is also, prepared, *■ usual, to undertake the . ",,'■]' -",,* . " PLANTING OF FOREST:TREES j.J .at Lowest Current' Rates. -.;.<-"-.-.:; ? " WM. GARDNER, ;n 5" . , . i Tinwald.-.? C SEALY'S FRUIT -TREESr TNCLUDING Apples, Pears, Pluniß,,' I Cherries, Peaches, Apricots, Nectar- T ines, and all other fruits. The merits of . all the varieties have been.subjected,^.severe tests during the last 15 years, and the stock is now admitted.to „be; , thej Largest and Choicest in .-.Canjbefbury, .. probably in the colony^ jio select from, all : warranted, and at your own prices. " i\ SKALVS F'OJIKST TREKS ..,/ * Of all kinds, innumerable in| quaiitity,^ well-grown and hardy—all kinds,; all sizes^. all prices. . * .',,-,'.' (<i r ..-,-?' SEALY'S ORNAMENTAL TRE^S/&c.; Choice in quality, numerous/in quantity; •: 1 i sealy's macrogarp;a.\ i ;,,'^ Tens of thousands in; number, j, A.^liirgeji quantiky specially. grown l for /fencing „ very low prices. . . , .... .., ,",. , ;,, rrf ■ ■■. / „. 'seaLy ; (-s v - roses;v : 7 ;.; 7 ; r ' ; ;. ■«- Endless in variety and choicest in quality.;- ---•;• ' • SEALY'S CATALOGUESi h> ',' ; Forwarded Iree tio " any address' sonf - . ' application^ ,/: , •.;'" ,-r ..j^, - ■■"".'.••"'.-■ ■--t~—". v.y.'-z:■", :i .h'-;j i■ Note.-^-I will only; be;/respohsible>-;forc Trees .ordered direct from, the Nursery "or . through Messes J,. Sealy.akd Co. :.. >i<f..-f': THOS. SEALY, ; \!llc ; . j , Nurseryman, „ ■ -> ; 18 Riverbank, .Ashburton., .- .■ „ SEEDS. PLANTS, .<fec/ v; ■TREES, TEEES. TBEES. I Again tender my best thanks to my r 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 r otherwise will receive *ny prompt atten-., don! My Apple Trees are all \vorked^6n. : the blight proof stock, and are clean and-, well grown ; also Pears, Plums,.Cherries^ Apricots, and all kinds of small-Fruits. T have one of the largest stock of Forest ; Trees in Canterbury, about 40,000-Larch, ; two years old, 40,000 do. one year old, and 100,000 "Pir-^ : .r.-'-.. „;.,, ;i ,:,l u o yearsold. Cv > i: , "*l,n-:;■■■ .i: ,i. I !i,-i\ ( > agrandline. I ■ ..■■■:'■.!■ us ■ <-:..!:iy. Ail - my seedlinr- !■■■..' i-. «n 11\.: ij.!:im ■<!, being equal !■• ;!n-vr in i>-.\(--. I liav« about 100,000 one and two years old, also/ Rooos and Fr.rioy Shrubs in great variety. All (rocs supplied :wA \iliuitm\\hy: me will bo guaranteed for 12 months.";'. Catalogue sent j>o!»t free on application.' „'•„•..;. TAMES "ID OR TE R (J AMES JLORTER, 4 NURSERYMAN and SEEDSMAN,' ALLE NTO:N ' "'X/ .■ ASHBURTON NOTICE. TEEES! "". TREES! I THE undersigned, have opened _a ," ' . Nursery on my, own. account and . - am prepared to sell FRUITand,FORE.ST TREES of the"choicest sorts at prices f 'no]b., to be beaten. Haviiig had 28 years' ;experience at Home and.in the Colonies, \ have grown hone 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 oonhrnct or by day. Old fruit trees ro-grafted with choice, sorts if 7 required. Hoping to get" a fair, share of public patronage. , , ( .• t „..-;' r- Note"the Address—r .-,: ; J. MILLICHAMP, .... , : . , ■ Nurseryman,. ,- . , . . Terrace Nursery, . . Tinwald...- ; Letters Addressed, to Ashburton P.O. w x ; Receive MyTrompt Attention. 6tl 11.I 1.- WAITED KNOWI J: WANTED KnoAvn—A' trunk of"' Liidies : Boots, 1 assorted; 'wilMj'e' ' sjold this week at -3s 6d per pair.— ' ANDREW ORE. , ; ... 1 7 ANTED Know n—Jnst opoiicd new.' i ■s'V Jackets, Dolmans, Furs,"Gloves, ; Corsets, Embroiderd robes, Umbrellas „ j Etc., at ANDREW ORR'S. 5 ' * 3 ;— ' i; .11 T ANTED Know]i—A great "Bm-g.-viu ! \ V in Berlin Wools, all colors, to 3s I per lb, slightly soiIed.—ANDREW ORR 3 . ' I7H)R WEDDTNG Outfits, Family * Mourning and General DRAPERY ■ ■ . go to ANDREW ORR'S. 1 ' * NEW ZEALAND EXHIBiTrON.ASDREW ORR is showing ex--3 .ictly the same Goods in Roslyn Worsted ,^ Dvess Tweeds, as exhibited at ohc Exhi . biUon, also Blankets and Flannc-ls. \ QAA PAIRS of BLANKETS at Old Prices, .contracted for' k when wool was Cheap.—A. ORR. • r . ? ■— 't.----1 C\C\ EMBROIDERED ROBES I \r\J .Select from at. ANDRE ..,-" ORR'S No two" of the same pattitrn.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2435, 7 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2435, 7 June 1890

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