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Business Not! =s. Dressmaking. UNDERCLOTHING. MISS KINGSBURY Havelock street (next Court-house), Ashbueton. Orders promptly attended to. 396 e rilO LIVERY STABLEKEEPERS, X 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.—WiII destroy and expel the various kinds of worms which infest horses. DRIFFIELD WHITE OILS. For sore shoulders, harness galls, &c. Will quickly heal 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.C.V.S. (proprietor of the well-known Cupiss’a Constitution Balls), Norfolk, England, my experience is Practical as well as Theoretical.

J. M. Cambridge, CHEMIST, Ashburton. s!2 ■ w Messrs Elz Bros., HILE thanking the public for their VY liberal support, beg to intimate to their friends and customers that they have greatly enlarged their premises, and wish to notify that they are now in a position to do all kinds of work—from building new to repairing carriages of all descriptions. A large and choice stock always on hand, which their friends are invited to inspect. x\ll work is under the supervision of Messrs Elz Bros, themselves. Charges strictly moderate. Note the Address— WILLS STREET (Next Cookson’s Stables), Ashburton. 395 e ORR & Co., Ironmongers, beg to inform the Ashburton public that they have been appointed AGENTS for the undermentioned Machines, and trust that all who are thinking of buying a Sewing Kilting Machine will call and see these before deciding on any other make. THE LIGHT-RUNNING 7 SEWING MACHINE CS THE BEST IN THE WORLD,

JIOW MIND YOU DON’T FORGET H mms^m M The HOME COMPANION (hand treadle) by the same makers as “ Standard,” is a perfectly reliable Am can-made Machine, and has given equivocal satisfaction wherever in duced, and deserves the attention of th public. The “ Standard ” KILTER.— Th Machine will be found a great boon Dressmakers and others, and we antici pate a large and ready sale for this. It can be worked by hand, treadle, or steam power, and will Make Any Kind or Kilt Desiked. Can be altered to dif ferent styles and widths immediately ana in ? a most simple manner

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 828, 28 December 1882

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 828, 28 December 1882

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