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'Sfi xa ■ i*Lj; &>. g:COLDS’, f* JV ''' f 1,1 BRONCnm^^X CONSUinttKJN. 0 ™ 5 m to ‘ ; ‘ifJipi 71 ’ .vsa't MOW jS£«K Eh» o a Sr’o oaeyo CO itj-to reiisi Genml-> fftjfc New tint fcH EEMPTMO o°ps CQ , . v . .... t v(TOߣi IMPORTAN^TO>ALLi. WITH ULCERS, Or Wound* ofkiL, _ _ , 'iii.iiaurjii pmg TATES’ PATENT*BBa*aSI OINTMENTS, Bums (late ofAkaxoa)jfroi ard > - cord *” Sores, or wounds 'of' any however'long stooding l7 . for ulcers, * certain oath foF all i of no matter bow "*f Veridis, or Green ointment,* ’wl produced ' J astonishing t eawi* -In veterito disease, wrbltiihii -6r ; *kit Eminere, >or ’ White’ ‘iOfettiffiftift, swellings and infiatomstiohin any; the body or limbs:; SokF’dA-'t free, at Is 6d and2aodWtdh.-’-Also, Purifying Drops,. ftt* Fi pains in the loins, or secret diseases. Theisi drops maybfehsdfo* 2S'9d‘th£-'bottls. £\ • Kid Qintuent add/- DAWK - willrYM forwarded with h> printed : .wnpper will directions for use.' 1 -i ’ ’ ‘‘ - * In : consequencer&tfta these Preparations.- Mts R'B from Akaroa toCqlpmlxF (corner of church, and- has apppiaf Aedbbwb*,, Stationer, Aoekt for Abhbubtok oJD MRS 0. S* j|| Colombo street North, ©Hi foa Public STANDARD EIRE INSURANCE J. . NEW ZEALAND.;,, tlff u-):u«iaouh . This Company xs . preipatedgn RISES on PERTT, including. C current.rates. -.... ~,.i. ‘ ■.... A. R 162 a . jQUi flttm j THE NATIONAL MDTUALASSOOIATION, OP-sAI™ ASIA. (IdMITBD>. ol . r Established 1869. v Actuary and Sebretanjr -rJ. ;Templeton,P.:irAt I The MOST LIBERAL) and: ABLE OFFICE.: foriiLifei; the AustralasianColomeß.'Ji;-iThe| office for yotmg menJ Profits div every three years; - Sydney,:::: Adelaide, Hobart Town. ' \ t,:.;ac.ui* The New Zealand Branch-*—A inveotragn-aibi the colony. ' : f,* ?:■?i ; Resident Secretary Temple 1 Chambers, ■ Pestheabm Wellington.. ' bii-si ■-£ Agent for the County.; of. 1 AshburtOttS. -SAUNDERS (of the ifirmf of Sac M Bros.), Ashburton.: i s r t . T ‘.si Note thenmne—^TheNationri! Sr Conveyances: ECOOESON, Wills Stares; . MAIL COACH’ from Ashb Railway - Station to Green Street, Forertj andMomitSomers/every and Friday, returning ’ Wednetdayl Saturday at 3 p.m ; : THB : i^N(pEAk3H T l| Thomas coa^^ f wiiffe£ * .. the; travelling ‘liot , _ burton and Longbeach" that ’fe'has l over the Coach Busmesafrom'llfr. ’ Willoocks, and hopes for a oontinu the support hitherto adcorded tb .' deceasor. ■ ■ Thefaresby Ootton!e r oosiph'are 3d. .per mile ordinary' 1J mile for Saturday retiirn./.’T4ej under— ' " : Longbeaoh to Ashburton, return Bs. . Waterton to Ashburton, ;SS. 6d. nary, 6& return. ’ Ashton to Ashburton, 3s. return. ■ Wheatstone;-to 2s. j ordinary, 4s. returp. .-- ,J / r , .. The coach leaves. Longbeaoh; i 7.30 a.m., arriving at a.m.j and returns, leaving'-the' Bo Office, Baldwin’s'Central Hotel, at A3O p.m, ; Post Office,.44s p.m. # boarding/ nox COTTON’S (Late of WAEANUI ROAD, ASHBURTON,; Close to the Railway Staidon r opp firebelL Good Accommodation.: Reasonable I Board and Lodging, £1 per week. - Board only, l£. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. lM» FTIHE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN, * ' Price . Owe PsSSt,. - ' v-tm Can be obtained .from tire' following AGENTS, who will; receive ordeia ' Jones, H. M. Clark, F. ». Andrewes, h. P. ... Oaxstens: and Co. ... MoLauglah, Atkinson, M. : " ... Leadley, G. ... Lamibie, J. ... Harris, W; > ... Puddicombe & C 0.... Markham & Co. Hudson,-M. n , Bo wick, J. - ... - Morgan and Hibba - The Triangle Eartistreet East?atreet East: street Wakanui :Seaheld Wakanui Ore? i WmCslbw Mounts Waterton : Mayfield Meifiven fJTANTED. Tt ! obtained printed m : “ Guardian” office, bpposite : r tiie' 1 Station. '- !r OTIOB ; TO SUBBC Subscribers tothhi any delays’or dfidsadiufm tiiwDel this Paper dcoar. ' 1 ’ .'[l " : .' i l Tr ' : V W. H. ZOUOH ‘ :,, ,; ' " c *>i -> 4 J- f* **' I > : J ‘ .13 .. r-; ‘ r i;nojni

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 389, 7 July 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 389, 7 July 1881

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