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Business Notices. ONE box of Clark’s B 41 pills is warranted to cure all discharges from the urinary organs in either sex (acquired or constitutional), gravel and pains in the back. Guaranteed tree .from mercury. Sold in boxes 4s 6d each, by all chemists and patent medicine vendors. Solo proprietors, The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Co., Lincoln, England. Wholesale of all the wholesale houses. 118 Reid and qra y’S Now Positive Feed Broadcast Beedsower, For Sowing Grain, Grass, Turnip, Rape, Mangold, etc., and the Turnip Sower can boarranged, when ordered, to sow Lucerne or other small ewds simultaneously to the sowing of Ryegrass if desired. It is the only Sower in the Market that will sow with absolute regularity on either excessively rough or very smooth land. It will sow any desired quantity of Grain or Grass by simply changing one wheel. Corn Drills all Sizes. Jointed Pulverising Disc Harrows. — The Beat.—Over 500 in use. Improved Prize Chaffcutters.— With cast-steel mouthpieces, when properly handled, make no long straws, consequently chafi requires no riddling. They are in use largely all over Now Zealand, several of the large-sized machines being lately fitted up at Christchurch. Improved Double and Treble Furrow Ploughs. —The best, and consequently the cheapest in the market. 3, 4,_ and 5 leaf harrows. Square linked chain harrows- New design of tripod harrows, 5 and 7 tined field grubbers. Cambridge rollers, 20, 24, and 26 inches diam. Plain cylinder field rollers. Horse gears for 1, 2, and 4 horses. Best iron-bark swingle-trees. Ropes and pully gear for 4-horse yokes. Threshing machine fittings Belting all sizes. Iron and brass castings of all kinds to order. Fencing standards cut and pui.ched to any length and guage. Drays made from best seasoned timber, with Gilpin axles. Gray’s patent standard for folding sheep. Winner*, jf the Gold Medal at the Melbourne Exhibition for their Double Furrow Plough, vide Jurors’ Report:— “ Ploughs —ln ploughs there is one ex. hibit to which we wish to draw special attention as being the best, and that is the Double Furrow of Reif and Gray, of Dunedin, New Zealand, and construction it is far superior to any other Bakaia. The Now Zealand Loan Mercantile Agency Company are now representing ns ni this district REID GRA v T. A, GATES, PETER] U [STREET ° g L M f D PICTURES I W Framed Artistically. N E MAPS Properly Mounted. Q None but the best materials ONE BUT THE BEST E Cabinet-making Executed G W in inimitable style, N and Cheaply. I MAD O L U UNDERTAKER & CABINETMAKER. ADMISSION FREE.—There ares Several subjects agitating just now the public mind, and need not be enumerated: These all, however, retire before the all engrossing question, Where can we procure good tea? Many fortunate persons have set this question at rest . by purchasing the favorite blends of Nelson, Moate and Co.; but many have not done so, and, consequently, their minds are still unsettled, and a feeling of unrest prevails. The remedy is easy and certain Give me a call. Admission ! ree 1 Great variety of well-chosen goods in stock, too numerous to particularise, and all to be sold at the lowest possible prices for cash or monthly accounts. H. M. Carson, Grocery, Fruit and Italian Warehouse, between the two banks, wholesale and retail agent for Nelson Moate and Co.’s pure blended leas, in packets and boxes. I Rotherham watches From £5 10a. AtCHMAKEftS a EWELLtRS COACH FACTORY, Havblook street. Established 1876. Baker & Brown, OOAOHBUILDERS, &0., Manufacturers of all kinds of buggies and carriages of English or American designs. Workmanship Guaranteed. Buggies repaired, re-painted, re-trim-med, etc,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1510, 10 April 1885

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1510, 10 April 1885

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