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Public Noticea. TTEJRY littlo medicine of any other kind V required if LAMPLOUGH'S PYRETIC SALINE is at hand, and taken as ocoasions arise. It is the cure and PREVENTIVE of most diseases incident to Tropical and Colonial life. It allays thirst and cools and vitalises tho blood m a remarkable manner, speedily removing Constipation, Feveriehnosa. Fevers, lloadacho, Vomiting, and Liver troubles. Station proprietors, flockmasters, and all residing m up-country stations should be provided with it. Ask your merchant to send regular supplies with your oth^r stores, as it is invaluable to all. Sold \ y all medicine vendors. LOW VMTALITY. DR. CHURCHILL'S Syrup of Hypophoßphite of Lime prescribed by the faoulty for the cure of Consumption, Chronic Cough and General Debility. IT oontains two of tho principal In gredlonts necosßary for building up the Human Frame, and whioh aro considered deficient m the above ooraplcints, via., Phosphorus and Lime, It cannot bo too highly recommended for Delicate Children, Dr. Churchill's Compound Syrup of; HYPOPHOBPHITEB Is real Brain Food, and m oases of Muscular and Nervous Exhaustion hps acquired a world-wide reputation. Each bottle bears Dt. Churchill's signature. Prioo, 4£r Prepared only by Swan, Chemist, O BTIO IONK, P>K 4 "ZEALANDIA'' BOOT STORE, EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. THE Largest and Best assorted Stook of BOOTS AND SHOES m the Ashburton District. Befog direct Importers we are enabled to offer the beßt productions of the English and Continental Markets at the lowest possible Prloes. Great attention given to Quality and Fit, and oar Patron^ ra»y rely upon obtaining GOOD WEARING AND PERFECT FITTING BOOTS and SHOES. Ladles' Glace, Button and Lace. Ladles' Calf, Kid, Button and Laoe. Ladies' Elastic Sides. Ladles' Walking and Evening Shoes: Ladles' Houeo Boots end Slippers, Gents' Fine Goods. Latoßt Styles. Children's Boots .and Shoes of all Kinds* m Colonial make we always keep a full assortment of the Celebrated Zealandia Brand. Do not be misled. None ate genuine unless branded ZKALANJDIA, We guarantee all Boots of this make to give OOOD WEAR, and for Quality and Prloe are THE CHEAPEST IN THE COLONY. Bespoke & Repairing Department This Dopartmeut is oarefally looked after. None bat best material used, and f the work done by experienced workmen, j New springs put Into old Boots, and all , kinds of repairs exeouted promptly, Note the Add real — "ZEALANDIA" BOOT STOKE. EABT BTRERT, ' ASHBURTON. 8,. HOMTB, Manager. REID and GBAY, CAMERON STREE'L ASHBURTON Makers ot IMPROVED D.FURBOW PLOUGHS (Made of Beßt Hammered Scrap Iron, and Winner of First Prize at Melbourne Exhibition.) Over 80001 AT /Over 8000 m use, JRbddobd Pkioes;! m «•«. Extra heavy Mould Boards for rough Land m Stook,' Reid and Gray's Turnip Powers, with oi without Guano Sowers ; all sizes, 1 to 16 Coulters, and 7to 14 inches apart ; made to bow turnips and monura down the same tube, or In two, one following the other. This drill is very specially commended by all those who have used them. — Testimonial just reooived : — Timaru, Ist May. •'Messrs Reid and Gray, I>oar Sirs, — In reference to tho Turnip and Manure Drill which I purchased from you m November last year, for George Gray Russell, Esq , Otipua, Timaru, I have pleasure m Btating that it is the beßt Drill I have seen distributing artificial manure, either m dry or damp state ; it never clogs, and easily regulated as io quantity, and distributee the manure with perfect regularity, and gave good satisfaction.— Yours truly, Alex Wyllie: Zig-Zag Harrows' stil maintain their reputation as the best general purpos Harrow. Four hundred sets made an I nuslly. I Newly Improved Chaff cutters all sizes, 1 1 with Balance Fly Wbeel,fitted with patent I 1 oast steel Mouthpiece, m one piece, which I oan be taken off and replaced by all I ordinary laborer fn a few seconds. Gul, I throe lengths of chaff. > I Portable Screw-Press and Bagging > 1 Chaffcutter, cuts, riddles, elevates, screens 5 I and presses into tho bag at one operation. I 1, 2, 3, and 4 Horse-Powers, simple I strong, and easily drawn, universally used ( throughout New Zealand. \ I Jointed Pulverising Dlso Harrows, ovor i, I 700 m use. No farm should be without 11 1 them. All sizes from 6ft to 12ft. o I Grain Drills from 11 to 17 Coulters. Wo I make, largely for Canterbury and North I Island. * I Cahoun's Hand Peed Sower, Farm m I Drays and V^ggons, patent Fencing ; r I Standards for Folding Sheep, Fencing *' I Wire, Steel, Iron, and Barb Wire. I Repairs to all descriptions of Machinery I promptly executed on the premiess. " Catalogues free on application at Dunedin or any of our Branch n 4*163

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 19 November 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 19 November 1888

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