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J BAKEB BEOS., J BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS, &p. b Corner Wakanut Road and Oaus street, , (Next Cbntbai Hotel.) : i Or at Baker and Brown's Coach Factory ) Havelock street. , (Next the Cotjkt House.) 2 DO "t/ J. dbtfc person* of either sex, m their own localities, at work for us. Ne& business, All meet with wonderful sneceae. Any one can do the work. Capital not required. We will start you. Outfit worth £1 mailed free. The employment la particularly adapted to the region fn which this publication otroulates. Boys and girle earn nearly a much an men, Full particulars and Instructions mailed free. Now is the time— 'don't delay, bu write to us at onoa. Address Stlnaon and Co., Portland, Maine, United States. 106 DR. SPKER'S AMERICAN DISPENSARY, 42 MARGARET STREET, SYDNEY Between George and York Streets). P.O Box 920. Dr Speer is a regular Graduated Physician, educated at Harvard • U.S. (for confirmation Bee "New ZeaUuK Gizette,"Jan. 21st, 1888 j also "New South Wales Gazette," April 17th, 1888. Thedoctoi has devoted 14 years to the study of CHRO. NIC, NERVOUS, and SPECIAL EASES. Four of these were m the leading hospitals of the United States, which enables him to treat all private troubles with excellent resu ts. All applying to him will receive his honest opinion of heir complaints. No experiments ; no Mercury used. He will guarantee a positive cure m every case he undertakes, or forfeit .£2OO . His reason for doing so is this--when there is no organic disease, and nothing but an inorganic trouble, or, m other words, a conglomeration of symptoms producing a certain result, there is no reason why it can ! not be removed with the proper remedies therefore he guarantees. He wishes it dis tinctly understood that he does not claim to perform impossibilities, or to have miraculou power ; he claims only to be a skilled and successful physician, thoroughly informed i his speciality— CHßONlC and SPECIAL DISEASES of MEN and WOMEN. People residing at a distance can, by explaining their troubles m detail, be treated at home. The ourse of treatment will not m any way inter' fere with their business. Examination and advice free to all. Charges moderate. H. J Speer, M.D., 42 Margaret Street, between George and York Streets, Sydney. Pos* Office Box, No. 920. Office hours 10 a.m. 12 a.m.; 2 to 4 and 7to 8 p.m. Sundays, 10 to 11 a.m. only. Dr Speer's New Zealand Establishmen m Wellington is closed from 30th Sept., 1888. All communications are m future to be for* warded to Sydney, as above Eden George. EDEN GEOEGE'S GREAT DISCOVERY* EDEN GEORGE begs to inform the inhabitants of Ashburton and surronnding districts that he has just discovered a MOST IMPORTANI PROCESS by which Photographs can b« produoed at ONE-FOURTH THE USUAL COST And that he has consequently reduced his prices as- under: — Carte de Visites, 5s per doz., 'old fprioe. 25s per doz. ; Cabinets, 10s per doz, old price, 50a per doz ; Boudoirs, 15s per doz, old price, 90s per doz ; other sizes proportionately reduced. Persons who were Photographed durinß the Ashbuiton visit can obtain extra copies at the above prices adding exohan^P and postage. Although the above prices aie so extremely small the finest work is guaranteed, as the Photos taken by the new proceps are vastly snperior to those taken by the old one, and they are more permanent. At the above prices all Photos must be prepaid for, as no ledger will be kept and on no account will this rule be broken. When visiting Obrietohurch don't forget to visit Eden George's Veatißule where over 1500 excellent Photographs are to be seen without charge. Eden George, THE POPULAR PHOfOGKAPHBB

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2086, 13 March 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2086, 13 March 1889

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