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CO ' ; MS 'Mm AND •Mi S a rfIHE MarveHoiw;' J- Remedy for -T**. HOARSENESS.. COUGH?, COLDS, .. , . BRONCHITIS CONSUMPTION, All Chest Diseases General Agents for,. New ZeaWd^fegfj. KEMPT HORNE* PROSSER, AiCKW * s6l*l W IMPORTANT TO ALLiAfRHt WITH ULCERS, SOHRT^ J Rtpa»|| ? Or Wounds of any D^riptfei£{^ YATES’ PATENT BRITISH' OINTMENTS, compounded Burns (late of Akaroa), from British! and warranted to cute UlcetSf'-r Sores, or wounds of anjr; desonpt however long standing. Red Oi for ulcers, a certain cars for all of no matter how longVeridis, or Green Ointment, : which produced astonishing cures in thsl veterate disease, scrofula, orbiting’s Eminere, or White Ointment* doi swellings and inflammationinusny -part of I the body or limbs. Sold in boxes, post . free, at Is 6d and 2s 9d each. 1 r; , : :j| Also, Purifying Drops, for- gravel, painaiu the loins, or secret diseases# These | drops may be had for 2s 9d the bottle. - | The Ointment and Drops - will be | forwarded with a printed wrapper with I directions for use. - v h«i In consequence of the great demand for • these Preparations, Mrs Bums has« REMOVE ‘DdJ J from Akaroa to Colombo ■ streetVNorth f. (corner of Peterborough street), >. Christchurch, and has appointed mi L. F. Andkewes, Stationer, East her * Agent for Asbbobton and neighborhood. ■. —■, •, 1 ■: ■>. ‘‘ Address : •-S MRS 0. Colombo stbbet NobsSsT, Oh: BUR NS. r • ' 'ttrS^in 697 a; Public Companies, STANDARD FIRE AND INSURANCE COMPJ NEW ZEALAND. ! This Company is prepared'bo ~ RISKS on ALL KINDS-df I *, FEBTT, including Grain RuksV’& current rales. ■ 71 ’■ * * l, j e * A R. MARKHAM & 0O?:' Jt-. il'V* 162 a The national ASSOCIATION OP AtTSI ASIA (LIMITED).. Established ,1869.. Actuary and Secretary Templeton, F.LA. 'j The MOST .LIBERAL ABLE OFFIOE—for Life Asennyace the Australasian ■, Colonies. 1 **"~ ~ * office for young men.. Proi every three years. Offices i%l Sydney, Adelaide, Wellington* Hobart Town. The New' Zealand INSTITUTION, mp the colony. ' • ■ , \^' ■ jp Resident Secretary Thqipas ;pwam|| Temple Chambers, Featheaton Wellington. Agent for the County of Ashtn S. SAUNDERR (of the Bros.), Ashburton. Note the name—Conveyances. ECOOKSON, WiHs .Stieet, rttas . MAIL COACH- from &hT Railway Station to Green 4 ’Street/' Forest, and Mount Somers,- oyeijp J 3 and Friday, returning- Wednead#f Saturday at 3 n.m '■ . ‘ " Tr THE LONGBEAOH 004,0® 1 Thomas cotton $3 the 'Public B ' burton and Lohgbeach that 7 ] t over the Coach Business Willcooks, and hopes the support hitherto aecordeAto h|s > decessor. ’’ The fares by Cotton’s coach aitet 3d. per-mile ordinary fares/andjid. mile for- Saturday return. They >“ under — ; V, v Longbeaoh to Ashburton, ordinary 1 return Bs. . V \ , l . r £■■■■■’ Waterton to Ashburton, SA_6d.* nary, 6s. return. ~ , 1 \i Ashton to Ashburton, 3s. ordinary,l return. ; 5, - ~i Wheatstone to Ashburton,' 2(.' ordinary, 4s. return. . , . ' , The coach leaves Longbeaqh' ‘ daily |n 7.30 a-m.-, arriving at Ashburton at/* 1 * a.m.; and returns, leaving the Radi' Office, Baldwin’s Central at 4.30 p.m. ; Post Office, 4.R>-pln|. COTTON'S BOARDING., HOI (Late of Dunedin), , WAKANUI ROAD, ASHBURTON*! Close to. the Railway Station, i opp ; fire belL Good Accommodation; Reasonable 4 Board and Lodging, £1 per week. Board only, 14s. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 13 T HE ASHBURTON Pbiob One Penny, Can be obtained from the fallowing- - AGENTS, who will receive ordexa -« * Jones, H. M. Clark, F. ... ; Andrewes, L. F. ... Cars tens and Co. ... McLauglan, Atkinson, M. ... Laadley, 9. ... Lambie, J. ... Harris, W. ... ' Puddicombe & C 0..; Markham & Go. ’ Hudson, M,' - Bowickj J. ■ Morgan and Uibbs The Triangle! East street East street East street Wakanui Seafield Wakanui Onab Kyle Winslow Mount Someis v/nertsey Waterton Mayfield Methven WANTED KNOWN—That Visit Cards, Or moumingj c obtained printed in “Guardian” office, opposite the-P-Station. * OTIOE TO SUBSQBiBBiI Subscribers to this Journal ardtequ to communicate with ihe’Propnetor ■ any delays or omnssionß ih i this Paper occur. ' 7 W. H. ZOUOH, i Proprietor.;

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 388, 6 July 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 388, 6 July 1881

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