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Public Notices ra-l -,~ f* A PER day to be made by €1 T0 3b4: per«m« °f either ocx, m their otrn lodides, »t work for ns. Ne« boiine... All meet with wonderfnl •nceeift- Aoy one can do the work. Capital not required. We will it»rt yoa. Outfit worth £1 m«Ued free* The employment Ib pwtlcularly adapted to the region In whlob thli publication circulates. Boys •fid alrii earn nearly a muoh as men. Foil patttoolara and Inetruotlom mailed free. i» the time— don't delay, but write to ni at onot. -Addreaa Stlnoon and Co., Portland, Maine, United Statei. 4106 "¥TERY little medicine of any other kind V required it LAMPLOUGH'S KfBETIO SALINE Ib at hand, and taken M occasions arise. It is the ourejwd PREVENTIVE of most dieeaaeß incident U Tropical and Colonial life. It allays thirst and cools and vitalises the blood m ft remarkable manner, speedily removing Constipation, Feverishneso, Fevers, Headache, Vomiting, and Liver troubles. Station proprietors, fiockmasters, and, ail residing m tip-country stations should be provided with ft. Ask your merchant to send regular supplies with your other stores, as it is invaluable to all . Bold by al medicine vendors. LOW VrTALITYr DB. CHDBOHILL'S Syrup of Hypophoeptiite of Lime prescribed by the faculty for the cure of Consumption, Chronic Cough and General Debility. IT contains two of the principal In- ' gredioats necessary for building up the Human Frame, and which are con•Jdeflted deficient m the above complaints, *i«.f Phosphortu and Lime. It cannot be too highly recommended for Delicate Children, Dr. CrhurcbilTa Compound Syrup of HYFOPHOBPHITES Is real Brain Food, and m oases of Muscular and Nervous Exhaustion hrs acquired a world-wide reputation. Each bottle beam LV Churchill's signature. Frioe, 4fr Prepared only by Swan, Chemist, 0 sTia loirs, P^k " Zealandia" Boots HAVE the Highest Beputation id the Colonies. Announced at the Indian and Colonial JBuibition as the FINEST m the "Whole Exhibition* For substantial wear they are the BESI IN THE WOBLD. Buy a pair cf "ZEALANDIAS" and you will never use any other Brand. Our Patented "PABAQON BOOT' and "INDESTRUCTIBLE TOES." For Boys and Girls are Splendid Lines for Hard Wear. None are Genuine unless branded 00 the Sole And every pair is absolutely Warranted to give Good, Wear. Sold by the leading Boot Dealers ard Country. Stores throngnout New ZeaUtd and Wholesale by UGHTBAND, ALLAN k CO CHBISTCHUECH "ZEALANDIA' 1 BOOT STORE, EAST STREET, ASHBURTON. THE Largest and Best assorted Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES m the Ashbnrton District. Being direct Importers we are enabled to offer the best productions of the English and Continental Markets at the lowest possible Prices. Great attention given to Quality and Fit, and our Patrons may rely upon obtaining GOOD WEARING AND PERFECT FITTING BOOTS and SHOES. Ladles' Glace, Button and Lace. Ladles' Oalf, Kid, Button and Lace. Ladles' Elastic Sides. Ladles' Walking and Evening Shoes: Ladles' House Boot* and Slippers, GenU' Fine Goods. Latest Styles. Children's Boots and Shoes of all Kinds. In Colonial make we always keep a full assortment of the Celebrated Zealandia Do not be misled. None are genuine unless branded ZEALANDIA, We guarantee all Boots of this make to give GOOD WEAR, and for Quality and Price are THE CHEAPEST IN THE COLONY. Bespoke & Repairing Department This Department Is oarefally looked »fter. None but best material need, and the work done by experienced workmen. Few springs pot Into old Boots, and all kinds of repalri executed promptly. Note the Address— "ZEALANDIA" EAST STBEET, ASHBURTON, E. HOME, Manager.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2000, 29 November 1888

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2000, 29 November 1888

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