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?■■ ■■ ' .PIPES. :^:;-fi s > ■ ■ ■■—■ ■ ■;■" '.■' ■$•'■ J A LARGE supply of various. SlZES {■■' always in STOCK for SALE in large or £ 4 :. small quantities'. SPECIAL quotation* :. ; given for large quantities. ■ ■•• "' . " ; ,. GEORGE JAMESON;. . ■ '•' 210 ASHBUBTQy & RAKAJA ; . TREES TREES '■ \ . .About 100,000 FRUIT TREES. :" ' . Of aU descriptions, including (! 2000 APPLE TREES of .CHOICE . ; '.• :. „ ' SORTS* .'.. ... ■■ ■ ;,";' _„,.., , All Strong and Healthy., : . \ T7SOR SALE, at- ...Moderate Prices. ': ■ _L> Uridersicfnedis also prepared, us . ' usual, to undertake the,-,.,(. -r,\r \ PLANTING OF FORES.T TREES \"» '■ ; ■;atLowest.Curreirffßutes .- '. ..' ■ -- -__i^l-' "i ■ ' WM. GARDNER, 5" . . - . .Tinwald \ SEALY'S FRUIT-TREES ': ; TNCLUDING Apples, Pears, Plums, ■ ".; J_ .Cherries; Peaches, Apricote, Nectar- r i 1 ines, and all other fruits: The merits of .' .all the -varieties have beerii subjected to ' , 'severe tests during the last 16 years, and ; the.stock 4is.now admicte<l;to be the Largest. and Choicest. in - Canterbury, probably in the colony, 1 to select from, all warranted, and at your town prices. ' ... SEALY'S FOREST TREES Of all kinds, innumerable in quantity, - well T grown and hardy—all'kihds; all sizes, all prices. • ''..''. . SEALY/S ORNAMENTAL TREES, Ac. v Choice in quality, numerous in quantity. 1 SEALY'S Tens of thousands in number. ■rA large quantity specially grown for fencing at very low prices. .■■-..-.< ■■. - m SEALY'S ROSES. ■■;"■■ Endless in variety and choicest in quality. . SEALY'S CATALOGUES ■" . Forwarded free to any address on application. ' . ■ '' ■ . :Note.—l will only be responsible for Trees ordered direct from the Nursery or through Messrs J. Scaly.and Co. ■ ■;, .. . THOS. SEALY, ; i■ ■ ■ • • Nurseryman, 1' 18- j' :■■ '. Rivorbank,-!-Ash burton. \ ■\ :^.,, t SEEDS, PLANTS, Ac.,...'.' TREES. TKEES. TREES. .... ■ _•__■ ■■ -ly .• ? IT -Again tender my best ■ thanks'to my . numerous Customers and Qon^spon, dentsifor the I lhave received -from them, and assure; them, that :I; shall ■' my Business' in: the.future as . I liave in the past, and all orders ,by.post ■r otherwise willtreceive prompt attenrtonit. My Apple Treefe are Jail worked on. .the.bligh'fe proof stock,"and"are clean and ' well 1 grown:; also JPears, Plums, Cherries, Apricots/nud all kinds of small 'Fruits. * I have one of the largest stock of Forest ' ■ 'Trees iri Canterbury, about 40,000 Larcli, two years old,: 40,000 do; "one, year old, . ,■" i and 100,000 Piiius Insignis, oiie and 1 two . years old. Cupressus, Macrocirpa, Iliave a grand line.' I ma Tre this a speciality.'' All my seedlings have »been; transplanted, /' being ; equal to those ■in boxes. I have ■'; abojit 100,00Q one and two years old, also ■ <: ,Roses and ; Fancy Shrubs in preu't variety. ,' '" All trees supplied and planted by me will be guaranteed for 12 months. Catalogue senfc post, free oti application. TAMES "DORTER ,; . i O AMES JTORTIIR,' . : NURSERYMAN and SEEDSM^VN, .'• „•;, ASHBURTO^ :■;" rlr';J <'NOTICE.''! r ~:r ~ ' ' ■ TEEES !; v : '"TREES'! I" THE undersigned,' have opened a 9 Nursery on my t own account and , am prepared to sell FRUIT and FOREST '■'■;, % ; TREES of the choicest ( sorts at prices not i . 'v to/be ]beaten. • Having ihad 28 years' ex-f ; * perierice at Home and in the Colonies, I '{/ have grown none but the best sorts of i {\ Fruit Treesj- knowing that a great many , '>.-%'' that are planted out are shy bearers and '!'*-v ,; some that do bear are inferior 1 in quality; t i I have also a very choice collection of :' Roses and Slirubs. Gardens la,id dut: V:'; 7 work done by contract or by day. Old ' ""•'■■ fruit trees re-grafted with choice sorts if required. Hoping to get a fair sharft.of /-„ public patronage. „ > i . ! „ ': A-Note the Address—„' '''"' . ■ ''''f J. MHiLICHAMP, ,'j t - 1; 1 : ; : v '"' Nurseryman, / ,! ' ' '^.V " '' , . Terrace Nursery,' , ; •'*' ' ! \ ' 'Tinwald. ■ .- Letters Addressed to AshburtpnP.O.^ wil - Receive My Prompt Attention. 6t1,, , \\Y ■ * \ ".',-■■- „- ;,', "fk\

:'•■.}'■' • ' l- i : ' ■ ' - >V V ' .■ • " - WANTED Known—a' trunk of i I Ladies-' Boots, 'assorted,, Wilfbe .sold -this weeku at >. 3s. 6d. ;per' pair.— - ANDREW ORR. , \ ■ if,v^ WANTED Knownl—Just opened new Jackota, Dolmans, Furn, Glovee, Coraeta, Embroidcrd. robes, Umbrellas Etc., at ANDREW Oliß'S. ijt rANTED Known—A great Bargain \\ in Berlin Wools, -all colors, vi (Is por lb, slightly soiIed.—ANDREW ORR T7K)R WEDDING Outfits, Family JJ Mourning, and General DRAPERY " go to ANDREW ORR'S. ' ■ '' I\TEW ZEALAND EXHTBITION.'— _LN ANDREW ORR is fihownit*- cx: actly the same-Goods in Roslyn Worsted Dres« Tweeds,' as exhibited at the Eihi" r bitiqn, also Blanket* and Flannels. !f)AA PAIRS of BLANKETS at .^ji)\f' Old Prices, contracted for when wool was Cheap.— A. ORR. , - ' ■■, , ■, ■ ■ • - . ■ ■ \ i<- ' ; ■ . . ':■,.'. /' HAA EMBROIDERED'ROBES' 1 UU Select from at ANDREW ORR'S No two of the.aame lALtero. ■- * "-.. ■■: ."■ .. >:.).\;y - ■

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2445, 19 June 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2445, 19 June 1890

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