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Business Notices. IMPORTANT FACTS FAMILIES AND SEWING MACHINISTS. It is admitted that Clothing Manufacturers are the best judges of SEWING MACHINES. Please Read Their Opinions, viz., The New Wheeler and Wilson has more than realised our expectations as to speed, durability, and also in Economising Labor, our work people express a decided preference for them on account of the ease with which they are worked. — Beath, Schiess, & Co., Clothing Manufacturers, Flinders Lane, West. For Hat Binding and Cap Making the Wheeler and Wilson Machines are the best we have in use ; they do more work and require loss labor than any others we have tried. —A. Masters & Co., 50, Princess street, Dunedin. Wo use Wheeler and Wilson Machine and find it superior to Any other, both for Economy, Efficiency and Speed, to any other we have tried. —l. AND A. Don, Dressmakers, Duncan street, Dunedin. Wo have had Wheeler and Wilson Machines, in use for the last three years ; we find thorn more suitable than any other machines and very durable.— Yates Sons & Co., Drapers, George street, Dunedin. I have pleasure in stating that the Wheeler and Wilson Machines have given me entire satisfaction. I consider it a better machine for work than any other I have tried. —Peter Stewart, Draper, Great King street, Dunedin. I like the Wheeler and Wilson better than any other machines I have used, it is lighter to work, much faster, and for dressmaking, etc., it cannot be surpassed. M. Cavanaqh, Dressmaker, Oaversham, Dunedin. We have 20 No. 6 Wheeler and Wilson's in use ; we consider them the best for Leather Work ; they give entire satisfaction. — Alderson & Sons, Manufacturers, York street, Sydney. MELBOURNE EXHIBITION, 1881 Extract from the Jury Report on Sewing Machines—“ The Premier Place was awarded to a Wheeler and Wilson Machine, which performed the feat of sewing together all the parts of a pair of moleskin trousers in nine (9) minutes, doing its work smoothly and well. ” ONLY GRAND GOLD PRIZE, PARIS EXHIBITION, 1878. BEATING ALL COMPETITORS. The new Straight Needle Wheeler and Wislon have no shuttles, they have no cogwheels, they have no heavy gear to tire and weary the feet. It is evident that the rotary motion of the Wheeler an l Wilson has much less friction than the shuttle movement of other machines, therefore the Wheeler and Wilson is much more durable, and needs less repair. FOR

The New Wheeler and Wilson has more and greater improvements than any other sewing machine, and is the fastest, making over 1,000 stitches per minute. CAUTION. Beware of Hawkers and also Puffing Advertisements of inferior Hard-running Machines which are highly injurious to the health of the operator. Inspect the New Wheeler and Wilson ROTARY ACTION MACHINES And judge for yourselves. They run by hand and foot, and are warranted to give entire satisfaction. TIME PAYMENTS. TIME PAYMENTS. TIME PAYMENTS Send for a Circular giving Full Particulars to ORR AND CO., SOLE AGENTS FOR ASHBURTON. Hoad Agency for Australia and New Zealand ; LONG AND CO., 101, ELIZABETH STREET, Melbourne. BRINSMEaD’S PATENT PIANOS. TWO GOLD MEDALS Awarded at the MELBOURNE EXHIBITION, 1881 Send for Illustrated Price Lists, Tesmonials, etc. TAYLOR AND FARLEY’S CABINET ORGANS And the MARVELLOUS ORGUINETTE. THE M ARVELLOUS ORGUINETTE Plays all the latest music without instruction. It is perfect in tune and time. A child can play it. LONG AND CO., SOLE AGENTS, 101, Elizabeth street, MelbourneBUILDING and FRIENDS SOCIETIES’ ACTS, on Sale at the Office of this Paper.

ONNINGTON’S PECTORAL OXYMEL OF CARAGEEN, or Medical co cn O S w CO CQ P 3 TH E Marvellous Remedy for HOARSENESS, COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS CONSUMPTION, AND Chest Diseases. Agents for Now Zealand— KEMPTHORNE, PROS3ER ; A CO, 696 e I * oo - a? 03 wS j> to* ta TJ ° || rn /•, O

VALUABLE DISCO HAIR. A very nicely perfumt called THE MEXIOAI NEWER, now being so mists and perfumers thro try, at 3s. 6d. per bottle ceding all the old restor the purpose of changin' hair to its natural origi will positively restore th case of groyncss to its ork out dyeing it or leaving tin which moat of the hair pri day do. This prepai uiioi; knmni to fail in restoring natural color and gloss ii twelve days. It promo prevents the hair falling dandruff, and leaving the healthy condition. It i vitality to the roots of th it to its youthful freshi Daily applications' of this a week or two will sureb grey, or white hair to its richness. It is not a dye

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 687, 13 July 1882

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 687, 13 July 1882