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Awarna Nursery Scott St., SOUTH INVERCARGILL. iTj RUIT AND FOREST TREES IJJ FOR SALE at the undermen- ' tioned prices : A few of the leading lines of APPLE Trees, worked on blight-proof stocks, 2,3, and 4 years old, from. 9s, 12s, 15s per dozen ; selected trees proportionately higher. Pear Trees, 2,3, and 4 years old, : 12s, 15s, and 18s per dozen. Plum Trees, 2,8, and 4 years old,, 12s, 15s, and 18s per dozen. Cherries, Peaches, and Apricots, Is 6d to 2s each. Gooseberry Bushes, Leading Lancashire Prize Sorts, 4s to 5s per dozen.; Selected Currant Bushes, black, red, and white, strong trees, 4s to 5s per dozen. Strawberry Plants, Laxton’s Noble, 5s per 100 ; other varieties 8® and 4s per 100. Rhubarb Roots, named varieties, 8s to, 12s per doz., Stott’s Monarch Is 6d per root ; Topp’s Winter Rhubarb, Is per root. Miscellaneous Fruits, etc., prices on application. Macrocarpa, 1,2, 3 and 4 years old, ss, Bs, 10s, and 15s per 100. Pinus Insignis, 1,2, 3,4, years old, ss, Bs, 10s, and 15s per 100. Pinus Muricata, 1,2, and 3 years old, ss, 10s, 12s per 100. Seedling Macrocarpa, Insignis, and Mdricata, 20s to 30s per 1000. A large stock of English Hollies for Hedge-planting, 25s to 50s per 100. Pittosporum of sorts, 12s to 15s 100 Rose Bushes, 8s to 10s per dozen. Dwarf Boxwood for edging, 2s a 100. A large Assortment of Evergreen and Flowering Shrubs and ornamental trees cheap. Cauliflowers and Cabbage Plants, Cheap. All trees and shrubs bought off me and placed in my hands to plant will receive a guarantee of growth. Gardens and orchards done by the day or contract. Charges strictly moderate. Only cost of material charged for packing. All my trees were transplanted last spring, and are thoroughly healthy and well rooted, and can be forwarded to any part of Southland without risk. Quotations for large quantities given on application. Discount to the amount of five per cent, with cash payments. ’Bus leaves the post office every hour and runs within a short distance of the nursery. Full price-list post free on application. All orders left with Mr T. McChesney, grocer, corner of Dee and Spey streets Invercargill, or addressed to JOHN McCHESNEY, AWARUA NURSERY, Scott St., SOUTH INVERCARGILL. Will receive prompt attention. Sole agents for Invercargill—Messrs J. A. Mitchell and Co., auctioneers. Prince of Wales Sale Yards, Dee street, Invercargill. NEW SHARES. SHARES in the Southland Building and Investment Society and Bank of Deposit may be taken up from now, as from Ist August, and are free from arrears. They may be obtained at the Society’s Office, Tay street, daily, during office hours, or between 7 and 9 on Subscription Nights. JAMES BROWN, Secretary. TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited for erection in Brick and Concrete of a Sunday School for St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church. Plans and specifications may be seen at our office, where tenders will be received until 4 p.m. on FRIDAY, 9th August, 1907.,; MACKENZIE &) WILSON, Architects. SOUTHLAND CHAMPION PLOUGH ING MATCH will be held on ME THOS. FEASEE’S FARM, NEAR IRON BRIDGE, on WEDNESDAY AUGUST, 1007. CLASS A —Champion Double Furrows CLASS B —D.F. for Ploughmen who have never gained a First Prize in Senior Class. CLASS C—Single Furrow Ploughs. All Entries must be in the bands of the Secretary not later than Saturday, 3rd August. 1907. J. A. MITCHELL, Secretary. Eava tea may well be styled the great family tea on account of high esteem in which it is held in families who constantly use it. Price Is 6d per pound ; 10 lbs for 13s 9d,

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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