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The Parabolic Water Motor, FOR Driving Church Organs, Ice Cream Freezers, Printing Presses, Elevators, Fans, Ventilators, Coffee Mills, Sewing Machines, and all light machinery. Actual test, in competition with other makes, show that the Parabolic Water Motor, in a given time, and using the same amount of water, did over 100 per cent more work. All parts subject to the action of water o brass, beariDgs of anti-friction metal. Wil ' work with sandy or muddy as well as with clear water. Made in 5 sizes, supplied complete, with fittings by the manufacturers. SEYMOUB &~WHITLOCK, 43 LAWRENCE STREET, Newark, N.J., U.b.A, Also Seymour's Patent Rotary .Ventilating Fans in all sizes and styles. ■•* THE WALKER Cork Extractor. Pronounced the best Mechanical Cork Extractor in the Market, as it pulls the Cork the easiest, and removes it quickest from the Screw. Its use prevents the agitation of carbonated or other beverages, and allows the sediment to remain undisturbed in the bottie. Designed for the uie of hotels, restaurants, saloons, clubs and families. Ornamental in appearance and full nickel plated. Special terms to jobbers. Manufactured by the E. WALKER TOOL COMPANY, ERrE, Penn., U.S.A. Also manufacturers of Walker's Adjustable Face Planes, Detached Handle Chisels and Gouges, and Micrometer Surface and Marking Gouges. Our Gas Governor. THE American Gas Saving Company desire to particularly call the attention of gas consumers to their celebrated GAS GOVERNOR or REGULATOR, which is attached to the meter for the purpose of reducing the pressure from the street mains, and keeping it uniform in the pipes throughout the building, thereby preveating blowing and waste at the burners, causing them to give a steady and brilliant light, at the same time Saving from 15 to 50 per cent of the gas. These GOVERNORS ire in use in all the Public Buildings at Washington, including the Capitol, where they were placed after competitive tests against all comers, including the mercury and glycerine machines ; on the Manhattan Elevated Railway, where they have saved over 875,000 since 1884, saving 9n,5i9*37 in five months; the Mutual Life, New York Life, Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company's, Astor House, Sinclair House, and many 'other public and private buildings. Our machines are guaranteed for five years. We guarantee a large per centage of saving over any others. All communications will receive rompt attention* The price is nominal, and is more than covered the first year by th saving ia gas. Send for pamphlets. Agents wanted. AMERICAN GAT"SAVING 00,, No. 33, DEY STREET New Yor , U.S.A. HULIN S GOLD FOUNTAIN PEN, Warranteed 14 Carat. Price 99 (37s 6d) per doz. Retails readily for 9i 50 each. The best pen for the price ever made. In use everywhere and giving universal satisfaction, | HULIN'S LETTER FILE. Will hold 3,000 letters alphabetically arranged More than 5,000,000 in use. Price, in gross lots, 93. 75 6d) per doz, THE -MOST PO*PULAR LETTEB FILE EVER MADE. Order through Commission Houses. JOHN sThULIN, MANUFACTURING STATJONER, Dealer in Useful Office Specialties and Labor Sating Devices for all Accountants. jii Broadway, New York, U.S.A. The Times Windmill, strong and durable. i Has the correct inclination to the wind. j Patent Bearings, LARGE BRASS OIL CUPS. ! Large II foot Mill, f.0.b., cars, N.V.^35 ; pakced, weight soolbs, - size 33 cubicj.feet. Constructed with 4 or 6 wings. the ... : IXL. LAND MEASUBE. NOTHING LIKE IT. 23lbs packed weight; size, 12' cubic feet; ,o,b. cars N.Y., $1.50. THE COMPLETE Wire Stretcher. 3 acked* weight, per dozen, 2olbs; size, 1 cubic 5, foot jj.o.b. cars N.Y., per dozen, $2,25. Circulars Free. B A J IF MAN, ' MANUFACTURER, i AHOiSX P.A. U.S

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2101, 3 April 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2101, 3 April 1889