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Alfred Harrison, AUCTIONEER, STOCK AND ESTATE AGENT AND VALUATOR. SATURDAY SALE at 12 o'clock sharp —Horses, Cattle, Pigs, Produce end Merchandise. Farming Implements and Vehioles of all kinds constantly m Yards on view FOB S&LE. Clearing Sales-held m town or. Country as required, and most liberal term arranged with both Bnyers and Sellers. Bents oolleoted, and the Business of Absentees managed with care. Valuation made of Properties or Merchandise on easy terms. Advances made instantly on Goods delivered at the Store for Sale. FOB SALE -Strong Light GIG, nearly new. Cheap, TO LET— Bhops In IColeman'a Buildings, Beduoed rents. Good brlok buildings handsome shop*. - ACTBHTIOKTHB Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company. ALFRED "HARRISON. TO THE PUBLIC OF AonBURTON AND DISTRICT. Wauchop & Co., GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, LaSD AND FINANCIAL AGENTS, » &E prepared to do buJtnesa for Clients A at Lowest Bates. Grain, Wool, and all Farm Produoe sold punctually, and account sales rendered promptly^ Goods bought, for Clients In the best markets, and forwarded without flelay. Loans negotiated tor aumafroir £10 to £10,000 on freehold \sjenrlty, JUens on Crops, Wool, and other seourlty. All business •triotly private. WAUCHOP & CO., 224 Hereford Street, Christchurch, S« jD« Seymour, BURGEON DENTIST, 915, Colombn Street (new Building? near corner of Gloucester Street.) EffTABLIBEKD ... .„ ... 1869 SCALE OjFcHABGES : Extraction, 2s 6d per tooth ; Fillings, 6s per'toothl A reduction made where a number require attending to. :

ARTIFICIAL TEETH. The charges for Artificial Teeth are n?ad( with a view to strict economy, regulated by such circumstances as cases present, 01 ouch materials as patients prefer. Particulars given on application. Consultation free. Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas) administered when required. Attendance, 9 a.m, to 6 p.m.

215, Colombo Street, Chbistohuboh. 8 167

LOV VITALITY.

DB. CHURCHILL'S Syrup of Hypophosphite of Lime prescribed by the faculty for the cure of Consumption. Chronic Cough And General Debility.

IT contains two of the principal In* gradients necessary feY building up the Human Frame, and whioa are considered defiment m the above complaints, vii., Phosphonu and Lime. It cannot be too highly recommended for Delicate Children,.

Dr. OhurchiZl's Compound Byrnp of

HYPOPHOSPHTTES la real Brain Food, and m oases of Muscular and Nervous Exhaustion hr« acquired a world.wide reputation. Each bottle bean D», Churchill's signature. Prioe,4fr

■. Prepared only by Swan, Chemist, sna 10 W.SPARKOW Tailor & Outfitter EAST BIKBET] Next BAE HEW ZEALAND £20 REWARD Will be pfttd to the Sheepowner who can prove that .Brooke's PERFECT SHEEP DIP Is not Superior to COOPER'S OB LITTLE'S SHEEP DIP *TTT~HY Then send money oat of the W country when yon have positively A BETTER DIP made In youe own districtA» I am my own agent In Ashburton, Intend giving Sheepownera the benefit •nd will supply to Customers In the Ash barton County only at 60s pee case empties to be returned. At this* price It Is considerably cheaper than Cooper's, and tJsooheaper than Little's when that Dip U used 1 to 8a OHEBTBEY BALEYABDS DIP. BROOKE'S "Perfect" Sheep Dip will be used this season. Commence dipping 10th April. Price : One Penny per head up to*3ofch Aprtl, after then l±d. Entries tote made with John Thomp* £ok, Ohertsey. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY C. M. BROOKE,; ASHBURTON,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2130, 9 May 1889

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