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■ M H MONTHLY NURBE, Moobb Stbeet, Abhbubtok, > Wishes It known that persons ooming to town for medical treatment can have private rooms at the above address. 2 6t 1 — 1 BAKER BROS., BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS, &0. Corner Wakanul Road and Cass street, (Next Centbal Hoth,.) Or at Baker and Brown's Coach Factory • l Havel6ok street. ?- ;> (Next the Cotjbt Hotjss.) 290 NEW AUTUMN ANJO WlN&kk j . FASHIONS HAVE now opened up a Choice Assortment of NEW GOODS For the Season. ■ New Jackets, New Short Dolmans, New Ulsters, Ladies', Maids, and Children's Newest Styles m. Ladies' and Children's Hats, New French Lreßs Scuff, New Dress Tweeds, New Plushes, Feathers and Flowers, Blankets, Flannels, Sheetings, Ac - BEST VALUE PROCURABLE AT S. W. ALCORN 8c CO. -. EAST BTRBET. 4*84 T r\UANE AND Vl° 'cash BUTTERS OE t o WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, RYEGRASS Ac, &c R je CorFFor Sale. * Agents Fob- « Brantford Light Steel Binder Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company ' " N.Z. Accident Insurance Company.'' " 3 JAMES HESELTINE, SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, BURNET St. (Next Sooct'bjltabijm)^^^^^ AND AT TINWALD, WISHES to acquaint the farmers an! horse-owners of the Ashbnrton County, tbat having Imported a. large stock of materials, ho is now prepared' to supply them with HORSE COVERS of superior make and quality at very reason* able price, for the ooming season, Quota* tlons on application. SADDLERY AND HARNESS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS IN STOCK. B*l* M. & lii. Craighead, TAILORS, ■ Have much pleasure m announcing to their Customers, and the Public generally, that they have now m Stock, a choice assortment of TWEEDS, COATINGS, Etc., consisting of Scotch, West nf England, and the best Colonial Manufactures. FIT and Workmanship all tbat oan be desired. A few lines of Gentlemen's Mercery and Underolothing at cost price. TANCRED STREET, ASHBTJRTOHe " 1 1 1 , »—* 1 .... DR. SPEER'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 College U.S. (for confirmation see "New Zealand Gazette," Jan. 2lst, 1888; also "New South Wales Gazette," April 17th, 1888.) The doctor has devoted 14 years to the study of CHRO< NIC, NERVOUS, and SPECIAL DISEASES; "" Four of these were m leading hospitals of the United States, which enables him to treat all private troubles with excellent results. All applying to him will receive bis honest opinion of their complaints. No experiments jno Mercury used. He will guarantee a positive cure m every case he undertakes, or forfeit j£2oO. His reason for doing so is this—when* there is no srganic disease, and nothing but an inorganic trouble, or, m other wordsv a conglomeration t>f 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 distinctly understood that he does not claim to perform impossibilities, or to have miraculous power ; he claims only to be a skilled and successful physician, thoroughly informed m his speciality— CHßONlC and SPECIAL DISE ASES of MEN and WOMEN. People residing at a distance can, by explaining their troubles m detail, be treated at home. The course of treatment will not m any way interfere with their business. Examination and advice free to all. Charges moderate. H.J. Speer, M.D., 42 Mnrgaret Street, between George and York Streets, Sydney. Post Office I Box, No. 928, Office hours 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. ; 2to 4 and 7to 8 p.m. Sundays, 10 to II a.m. only Dr Sp er's New Zealand Fstablishmentin Wellington is closed from 30th Sep., 2888. All communications are m future, to, be fori to Sydney, as ahovej *

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2115, 22 April 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2115, 22 April 1889

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