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Public Notices OPiS&ORTHE DEAF. —Nicholson" Improved Patent Artificial Eat Drama. The only Bare, easy, and unioen device need to permanently restore bearing. Recommended by Boientlfio men of Europe and Amerioa. Write for free Illustrated description book to J. H. Nicholson, Lincoln's Inn Chamber!, William street, Melbourne. ASHBURTON "GUARDIAN. 1 , 1 DUNEDIN "AGENCY. jIyTR R. T. WHEELER, Stafford Street, Danedln, haa been appointed our Agfent and, will bo able to arrange terms with, advertisera foe oontraot advertisements. TjiOß the Blood Is the Life— Clark's world JU famed Blood Mixture, warranted to cleanse the blood from all impurities from whatever causes arising. For scrofula, scurvy, et m and blood diseases, and scores of all kinds its effects are marvellous. . Thousands of testimonials. Sold m (bottles 4a 6d and 11s oaoh by ohemista and patent medicine vendors everywhere Bole proprietors : The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Co ,. Lincoln, England 1 11 THE ASHBUBTbN Woollen Manuracturing Co., Ltd. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, £11,000 DIB EOT OB 8: G. H. Gbeehwood, Chairman, G«o. Jameson 0. J. Hakphb-. H. Fbihdlakdeb A. Habbison Johh Obr I). H. Bbown, rpHE Director! are prepared to reoelve at the following rates or Interest i— If fixed for 12 months seven per cent If fixed for 6 months six per cent If deposited at oall five per cent J.H. TWENTYMAN, Secretary. .. LEVIATHAN RAILWAY mEMPERANOE TTOTEL (Opposite the Railway Station), DUNEDIN MRS SILK • - Pbopbibtbess. Begs to Inform her friends and the Publlo generally that she haß purchased the above Hotel, and reßpectf ally lsolioits a share of their support. The Hotel Is the largest and moßt oommodloua of Us kind In Dunedin, and can offer accommodation not to be excelled ; having been thoroughly renovated sluce the new proprietress took possession ; and will now be found most comfortable. VISITORS Will find every civility and aooommodation, and the aim of the Proprietress will be to give her patrons every satisfaction. N.B.— Refreshments can be obtained In the «hape of Tea, Coffee, and Cocoa on arrival : and Guests wlahing to go away by early train can depend on being called In ample time, If they will only make their wishes known 4 156 H. &E. Craigkead WISH TO ANNOUNOB TO THEIR OUBTOMEBB THAT THEY HAVE REMOVED TO COLEMAB'S BUILDINGS, TANCBED STREET. —ALSO— That they have now m Stock a Large and Varied Assortment of TWEEDS, COATINGS, &c, suitable for the. present Season. STTLB AND FIT ALL THAT CAM BE DESIBED j H. & Ei CRAIGHEAD TAILORS, TANORED STREET, ASHBURTON. ASHBURTON _HIGH SCHOOL, ESTABLISHED 1881; Tbaohino Btabf, Boys' School,— Me J. E. Buohakan, Ist B. A., University College, London. Girls' School.— Miss Saundbrs, Canter* bury College, Ohrlstoharch ; Miss Gbubb, Trinity College, Dublin. * AT this Instltatloa paplls of both texes hava the oppoikunity of acquiring the elements of a liberal education. The Bubjeots of Study are those usually taught at Secondly Schools ; but the ordinary course may be modified to meet special oases, if Id the interest of the Pupils suoh a plan is judged advisable. The year ii divided into thr. terms. All feei are payable m advatto. per term Pupils under 12 years of age ... £2 2s , over 12 yean of age ... £2 16s Muslo (extra) £1 1 B | Feeor attending music (only), ... £2 2s | Drawing and Painting (only) ... £1 Is | A term's notice required before the /removal of a pupil. •) For f aiihev detAlla »pply to the HeadMttl* ■■ ■ ■ ■ f-

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1993, 21 November 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1993, 21 November 1888

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