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There is now to be seen in the shop window of Messrs J. Sealy and Co., East street,, a collection of apples showing some of the sorts grown at the nurseries, Riverbank, that will repay inspection by any one who conteinlates planting fruit plants. There are upwards of fifty different kinds shown, all valuable, long keeping sorts., , For size color, and general excellence they are by far the finest that have berai shown in Ashburton this season (Advt. It will be in the recollection of the public that my collection of apples shown in Mr Clayton's shop in East street, being sixty-six varieties, and also those which took two fifst. awards at the Dunedin Exhibition and a arious other places, was pronouriced to be the largest and best ever shown in the Aihburton county. I would draw then attention my advertisement elsewhere. As enly work on blight-proof stocks than which n other stocks can be relied tipon, the rootsof my apple trees do not require to be washed: before sending out. James Porter, nursery, man, Allenton.r~(Advt) „ It may not be generally known that £45,000 was lately offered and refused for the plant and good-will of the " Wellingtpn Post." ''?■

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2460, 7 July 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2460, 7 July 1890

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