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h» • < v* o° CO “I ggv o® o®« S| "> »S „ SS’pi COrilHlS Martilk -I- Remedy'for V COUGHS, V COLDS, V. BRONCHITIS consumpttoMj ■ . Aab \C ■ AZi Chert DUeiae* General Amb|b ; l New Eeuand-!-KEMPTHORN prosssb; Ao< IMPORTANT TO ALL . WIT H ULCERS, SOUR Or Wounds of ahyDea TATES’ PATENT BRII OINTMENTS, eompoanded Burns (Bite of Akatoa),-from 1 ■ad warranted to 'eart U 1 Sores,'or wounds of nay d however long standing. B fpr ulcers, a certain care f< of no waiter how < lot Veridis, or Green Ointmei produced astonishing cUrto reterate disease,’ sorofuia,t)' Kminere, or White O nti

Public Oomphniec. CiTANDARDFIRE O INSURANCE GO; NEW ZEALAND. This Company is prepared to TABtfe BISKS oh ALL KINDS’ of BSC* . PERTY, including Grain Buka, As.,'*! ‘ .current rates. .. v';v' : ~ A. R MARKHAM A CO., *• I *** i 163 a THE NATIONAL MOTU‘AL_'I. ASSOCIATION OF AUgtBAIr ASIA (LIMITED). ESTABUBHU) 1869. Actuary and Secretary —J. it. ' Templeton", F.L A » most , Liberal and iQunv, 5 OFFICE for Life The , The ART .IT. the‘.Australasian office' for- young men. every three years. Offices in Melbpurat Sydney, Adelaide,' t Wellington,. Hobart-Town,. ", ” ; , . The New Zealand* LOCAL INSTITUTION, investing all the colony. "ryft. -J..-' W. Resident Secretary Thomas {fwala,Temple Chambers, Featherdton street, Wellington. Agent for the County of Ashburton*"-, v S. SAUNDERS (of.the firm oi Sau&*f Bros.), Ashburton. :' •, • T ; -1.1 Note the name—The National Mutoi?'Conveyances.,

ECOOKSON, Willa fitreat, . MAIL COACH frobx »AtobajW Railway Station to Green Street, Forest, and Mounbjfy;p£rsj every Tuesday, and Friday, returning Wednesday and Saturday at 3 p.m •. \ THE LONGBEACH COACH I i THOMAS to inlon* the travelling public between Ash*' burton and Longbeach that he has taken over the Coach Business fromAfe; George i Willcooks, and hopes for a continuum: of . the support hitherto accorded to ut 'll \ decesaor. The f area by Cotton's orach are f*3d. per mile ordinary fares, and l£d. mile for Saturday return. • They are «&.’ under— - ; Longbeach to Aahburtod, ordinary 6a., •'*V return 8a • .. { Waterton to Ashburton, 3a. 3d. o*di» j nary, 6a return. Auiton to Ashburton, 3s. ordinary, 6a. return, ' * Wheatstone to Ashbvtrtoh, 2a. fld. ordinary , 4s. return/ * ’ The coach' leaves, Longbeach daily at 7.30 a.m., arriving at at 18 am.; and returns, leaving Booking ' Office, Baldwin's Oentral Hotel, aaoh day at 430 p,m, ; Poat Office, 445 p.m. COTTON’S ‘ BOARDING HOUfl*. (Late bf Dunedin); wakanui Road, ashburton. Close to the. opposite

Good Accommodation. Reasonable terms Board and Lodging, £1 (at week. Board only, 1&. v MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 194 c npHE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN, Pkiob On* Pinxt, Can be obtained froinVthe following AGENTS, who will receive orders - ” The Triangle East street Bast street . East street Wakanui ■ Seafield Wakanui Cre»l Kyle Winslow Mount Someis Waterton Mayfield Methven Jones, H. ,M.. Clark, F. AndreweSj.L. F. Cantons and Co. ... McLauglan, '... Atkinson,.M. , .i. Leadley,G.. .... Lambie, «F. Harris; W.. ~ •' i*,. ' Puddrcombe f &, C 0... Markham & Co. Hudson,. M. ... Bowick, J. ... Morganand Bibbs WANTED KNO^N—That YisßiM Cards, plain., dir' mourning, can iikobtained printed m 'yariou* styles, at “Guardian” office,:opposite the BaiWty Station. . £'■; N OTIOE t 6 SUBSCRIBER* Subscribers to thitfJoumal are nested to communicate with the Proprietor when any delays or omissions in the DeHtety this Paper occur.- • W.H. ZOUOH,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 396, 15 July 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 396, 15 July 1881

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