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Business Notices. TO LIVERY LTABLEKEEPERS, CONTRACTORS, FARMERS, AND OTHER OWNERS OF HORSES, CATTLE, &c. I Beg to call attention to my stock of VETERINARY MEDICINES, All of which are well-known by those who use them to be most Valuable Preparations. ABSORBENT BLISTER.—Far superior to the imported blister. Being always freshly made it never fails to blister properly, and never blemishes. COLIC DRINK FOR GRIPES.—A relief is given by this medicine in ten minutes, and a second dose is rarely necessary. A bottle of this in the house may save the life of a valuable animal. PHYSIC BALLS. —Kept prepared in four different sizes. The ingredients in these balls are thoroughly dissolved in a steam jacketed bath ; they act much quicker than those prepared from crude materials; never gripe, and will keep good for years. CONDITION POWDERS.—These are of two kinds : one for getting into sound hard working condition, and acting on the kidneys, skin, and coat, and the other for putting on beef for show or sale. WORM POWDERS. -Will destroy and expel the various kinds of worms which infest horses. DRIFFIELD WHITE OILS. For sore shoulders, harness galls, &c. Will quickly h j al any wound, no matter how severe. CLEANING DRINK.—For cows after calving. Special medicines prepared and sent to any part of the district on receipt of full particulars of the case, and advice given as to general treatment of horses, cattle, sheep, and dogs. I have a quantity of veterinary surgical instruments such as can be used by anyone accustomed to farm work ; and these I lend out to my customers requiring any one of them. Having acted for some time as assistant to Francis Cupiss, M.R.O.V.S. (proprietor of the well-known Cupiss’s Constitution Balls), Norfolk, England, my experience is Practical as well as Theoretical.

J. M. Cambridge, CHEMIST, Ashburton. s!2 rjIHE KING IS DYEING. First Order of Merit and Silver Medal International Exhibition. G. KING begs to inform the public of Ashburton that ho has appointed Messrs AND HE WES BROS, as SOLE AGENTS for- this district. Ladies and Gentlemen can have their Clothes Dyed to look new, at a reasonable price, by leaving them with Andrewes Bros. They will be returned in a week. Damask Curtains, Table Covers, French Merinos, Silks, Ribbons, Velvets, Lace, and Feathers Dyed or Cleaned. Kid Gloves Cleaned. G. KING, 98 Madras Street, Christchurch. il 18 Apricot marmalade, Crosse and Blackwell, in glass camp kettles, 2s each, fresh from Soho square Indian .packets, in lead, of pure Assam tea, wonderfully strong, 2s 4d per lb Dunedin oatmeal, Somerville’s, a fresh supply, in splendid condition, 4s 6d per bag Elegant Japanese canisters, containing 61b of very tine Souchong, IGs English pickles, 8d per bottle Raspberry vinegar, English, Is bottles Mushroom catsup, large bottles, Is Reduced Prices. Mild-cured hams, per 7?d per lb Wheat for fowls, per 3s 9d bushel Silk-dressed flour, 501 b, 6s 3d; 251 b, 3s 4d Good rice for chickens, 71b, Is 4d New Jams, Old per tin Dunedin i iscuita, fresh, 3d per lb Hops, best quality, 2s per lb Kerosene, 8s 6d, 9s Gd, and 10s Gd per tin at rliomas Taylor’s. Patent dressed kitchen fruit, washed and dried by machinery—• Currants, Gd and Gid per lb Raisins, (id and 8d Sultanas, 7d The cleanest fruit in New Zealand E W G O O D S’

Maize meal, 3d per lb ' Haricot beans, 3d i Egyptian lentils, 3d per lb i German lentils, (id per lb i An 111 b box of the best Tea imported, Assam and Lapsang Souchong, 28s i An 111 b box of new season’s tea, 20s. i Compare this with (he 25s box of other 1 houses. Pure lime juice, quarts, Is 91. Certified by the Hoard of Trade Lime juice cordial, Is 9d Captain White’s Oriental pickles, 2s 3d Calves’ foot jelly, quarts, C. and 8., 3s Cd 88 Colombo St. Best black or mixed tea, 2s lOd Indian and China mixture, 2s per lb. Family Congou, strong, line flavored Is 6d Lucca oil, quarts, 2s 3d Bloater or anchovy paste, 0. and 8., Is 3d White crystallised sugar, 3id, 4d, and 41,-d per lb Dried apples, 7d per lb 128 Lower High St. Self-raising flour, Is packets, 3s bags Rich pound cakes, 9d Mixed wine biscuits, 9d per lb Loose baking powder, Is per lb Keiller’s marmalade, 9J per tin Black lead, lOd per dozen Blacking, 7d per dozen Best starch, 5d per lb Garb, soda, Gd 89 Manchester St. Irish moss, Is 2d and 2s per bottle Linseed meal, 8d per lb Fly papers, 9d per doz Safety matches, Bryant and May’s 101 per doz Fire kindlers, 4id per doz Nestle’s milk, 10|d per tin Sago, 4d per lb Tapioca, sd, 71b for 2s Gd &0., &c., &o. Triangle (LATE DBYOJN PORT’S), CHRISTCHURCH. ANTED KNOWN. That BONEDUST, specially prepared for drilling with carrots, mangolds, etc., can be obtained from the undersigned. F. MAYO, Hampstead Bone Mills.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 794, 16 November 1882

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 794, 16 November 1882

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