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ASSETS. £ s. d. By Freehold Land... ... 354 1 6 ~ Buildings Account £3,993 17 8 Less depreciation, 59 18 I ~ Plant Account 10,273 4 3 Less depreciation, 256 16 7 ~ Sundry Debtors ... 3,680 2 o ~ Wool Shipments— Ex Waimate 510 5 7 Ex Waitangi 41 1 14 4 „ Loom Cash and Petty Cash 32 9 2 £30,283 17 9 AND LOSS ACCOUNT, ig June 30, 1880. £ s. d. By Balance, December 31, 1879 1,041 7 1 ~ Profit on Wool, Shipment No. 1 ... ... 301 12 11 ~ Profit on Wool, Shipment No. 2 ... ... 150 o o ~ Manufactures Account ... 11,982 2 1 £13,475 2 1 Auditor.. d by applying, either personally or by ISAAC WILSON, Chairman of Directors. KEATINGS COUGH LOZENGES. ROUGHS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, W ACCUMULATION OF PHLEGM. Composed of the puiest articles. These Lozenges contain no opium nor any deleterious drug, therefore the most delicate can take them with perfect confidence. Their beneficial effect is speedy and certain. This old unfailing family remedy is daily recommended by the most eminet Physicians, (In use nearly 60 years). MEDICAL TESTIMONY. July 25th, 1877. 22, Cold Harbour Lane, London. Sir, —Your Lozenges are excellent, and their beneficial effect most reliable. I strongly recommend them in cases of coughs and asthma. You are at liberty to state this as my opinion, formed from many years experience. J. Bringloe* M.R.C.S.L., L.S.A., L.M. Mr. T. Keating, Indian Medical Service. Dear Sir, —Having tried your Lozenges in India, I have much pleasure in testifying to their beneficial effects in cases of incipient consumption, asthma and bronchial affections. I have prescribed them largely, with the best results. W. B. G, -• , Apothecary. H.M. S. KEATINGS COUGH LOZENGES are sold by all Chemists, in tins of various sizes, each having the words, “Keatings’s Cough Lozenges ” engrrvenon the government stamp. Proprietor, THOS. KEATING, London, Export Chemist and Druggist. • END’S FRUIT SALT. THE PHYSICAL BASIS OF LIFE. ENO’S FRUIT SALT.—“After suffering for nearly two and a half years . from evere headache and disordered stomach, and ifter trying almost everything and spending nuch money without finding any benefit, I vas recommended by a friend to try. ENO’S T RUIT SALT, and before I had finished one >ottle I found it doing me a great deal of good, .nd now I am restored to my usual health; .nd others I know that have tried it have not njoyed such good health for years.—Yours rost truly, Robert Humphreys, Post Office, larrasford.” Agents for New Zealand, MESSRS. KEMPTHORNE, PROSSER, AND CO.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 151, 11 September 1880

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