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CLOVERS I ..,-.: KYEGrIiASS COCKSFOOT THAT WITjL GROW. ..,■.■;' • ■■■■*»■ -o- ■' .(\U& Sfcocks'of CLOVERS, Ex Rimutaka, from^London, will be found fresh and clean*: and as. they ar»» ©f English growth, therejisjno fearfof^American weeds] or-jCalifornian Thistle. Samples and quotations at Lowest Current Rates on application JOHN OEE & CO.

I SEEDS- SEEDS; VEGETABLE SEEDS. EARLY SEED POTATOES,— Including « THE BEAUTY OF BATH," Which last season produced on Mk Dohbrty's land, Tinwald, the enormous yield of something over SEVENTEEN TONS PER ACRE. XHIFTY POUNDS (Wlbs) of "The JD Beauty of Bath" Seed produced THIRTEEN and THREE-QUARTER BAGS of Superb Potatoes. A. W. RANDELL FEUITGKOWEB, &c. 3 ASHBUETON. 8 39 ASHBURTON COAL & FIREWOOD DEPOT. E. S. BEAN" Has secured some of the celebrated KAITANGATA COAL. Cheaper and cleaner than Newcastle. R. S. BEAN, 8 164 West Street. f pi II A R LES "DRADD EL L Licensed Liindbroker and Valuator "The Land Transfer Act, 1885 ESTATE, HOUSE, LAND, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. , Officje -Burnett Street, Next to "Mail' Office 11. SPARROW TAILOE AND ■ MEN'S MERCER. BAST STREET. W. T. Kingston, WILLS STREET, NEXT COOKSON'S-STABLES, ASHBURTON, HAS had three years' experience with Thomas Talbofc, M.R.C.V.S., of Scotland Yard ; two years with Cornelius Saunderson, M.R.C.V.S., Clapham Common, and ten years with George Balls, M.R.C.V.S., Brixton, all of London ; and has also gained a good reputation m the Colony. Our specialty is well-known to bo our ability and knowledge of the horse's foot. In a well ordered shoeing forge the following standard rules will always be observed : — 1. A shoe should never be removed without first catting off the clinches, because by simply turning back the clinch m drawing the nail a piece of the clinch is often left m the foot, endangering the horse when the new shoe comes to be driven on. 2. The frog and bars require no cutting m a , regularly attended foot. And m a healthy | foot where there are no symptoms of I navicular disorder, the sole should not be cut. 3. The shoe should have a level bearing upon I the wall of the foot, aud should not be sprung at the heel, as is too common, thereby acting as a fearful lever upon the tendons. i. The nails should be driven level and uniform, and only on the toe side of the inside quarter, the toot being 'thinner upou the inside and the greater weight of the body being sustained there. 5 There is no comparison points of quality between the hand-made and the machinemade shoe. The machine-made shoe is of a coarser material, softer, and is imported, andit should be insisted upon that they be pot used m the colony j I

SEALY'S FRUIT TREES, TNCLUDING Apples, Pears, Plums, J_ Cherries, Peaches, Apricots, Nee tarines, and all other Fruits. The merits of all the varieties havn been subjected to severe tests during the last 15 years, and the Stock is now admitted to be the Largest and Choicest m Canterbury, probably m the Colony, to select from, all warranted* and at your own prices. SEALY'S FOREST TREES : Of all kinds, innumerable m quantity, well-grown and hardy—all kinds, all sizes, all prices. • SEALY'S ORNAMENTAL TREES, Ac. Choice m quality, numerous m quantity. SEALY'S MACROCARPA Tens of thousands m number. A large quantity specially grown for fencing at very low prices. SEALY'S ROSES Endless m variety and choicest m quality SEALY'S CATALOGUES Forwarded free to any address on application. Note.—l will only be responsible for Trees ordered direct fiom the Nursery or through Messrs ,1. Scaly & Co. THOS. SEALY, ] Nurseryman, Riverbank, Ashourton. I NOTICK : ' TREES /~~ TREES / I THE Undersigned, have opened a « Nursery on my own account and am prepared to sell FRUIT and FOREST i TREES of the choicest sorts at prices not j to bo beaten. Having had 28 years'' experience at Home and m the Colonies, j 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 m 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 o public patronage. Note the Address, — J. MILLICHAMP, Nurseryman, Terrace Nursery, Tinwald. Letters addressed to Ashburton P.O. will receive my prompt attention, 6*l SEEDS, PLANTS, ~&e TKEES. TEEES. TEEES. X Again tender my best thanks to my numerous Customers and Correspon • dents ■ for the support I have received 1 from them, and assure them that I shall ' still conduct my Business m the future as I have m the past, and all orders by post r otherwise will receive my prompt attenHon. My Apple Trees are all worked 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 m Canterbury, about 40,000 Larch, two yeai'S old, 40,000 do. one year old, and 100,000 Pinus Insignis, one and two years old. Cupressus Macrocarpa, I have a grand liner I make this a speciality. All my seedlings have been transplanted, being equal to those m boxes. I have vbout 100,000 one and two years old, also Roses and Fancy Shrubs m great variety, trees supplied and planted by ma will be guaranteed for 12 months. Catalogue sent post free on application. TAMES TJORTER <J AMES I ORTER, NURSERYMAN and SEEDSMAN A.uLENTON ASHBURTON THREES. TREES.—For Sale twelve or JL fourteen thousand one and two-year-old Macrocarpa ; finest plants m the district.. Come and see for yourselves. Also five or six thousand Pinus Insignis, one and two years old, and all »orts of early Potatoes and all sorts of Cabbage Plants, Gooseberries, Currants, and Rhubarb. Apply MATTHEW ROONEY, Burnett Street East, Ashburton. C^EED WHEAT and OATS FOR SALE. TUSCAN WHEAT, PEARL WHEAT, Velvet chaff, &c. Also, —- WHITE LAMMAS TUSCAN. CANADIAN OATS, DANISH OATS, DUN OATS. SUPERIOR QUALITY FOX SEED. John G. Restell, 7J150 WEST STREET.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2504, 29 August 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2504, 29 August 1890

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