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VISITORS TO MELBOURES^g # Should Consul* the Well-known and BuoM^^M^^^^^^ ANDOHRONIOCoMPLAIHTb'.' fi S5 JS^ *" *^>^^ Oure Quaranieed, B^^^^ 'FRE3S CONSULTATION, JF\ 13 : V. nd en St'.W., Melbourne. O'ISE box • • Olark'a b4l pill* b laa • rantea to oure all discharge* from the arlnary organs m either box (acquired o constitutional), gravel and pains' m the baok. Guaranteed free from mercury Sold In boxed 4a 6d each, by all chemists and patent medicine vendors. Sole proprietors, The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drag Oo M Linooln, England, For sale by the wholesale Houses. rHOWLB'S .' PENNYROYAL AtfD X ,'> STEEL PILLS FOR JrB&iALES quickly oorraot all irregularities, and relieve the distressing symptoms so prevalent with the sex. Boxes la l&d and 2b 9d,-of all Ohemists and -Patent Medicine Vendors. Prepared only by The Linooln and' Midland' Counties Drug Co., Linooln, England. Wholesa's J all the Wholesale Houses.^ Beware of Imitations. Effl(MD'S IODIDJiJ OF IKON p|T T n. * PPEOVBD by the Academy ol Medicine J\.. of Pwris, are specially recommended by tbe .tfedlcai Celebrities of the World for Scro/pla (Tumqrs, King's Evil, etc), tba early acagei of Consumption, Constitutional Wea£* aeuj 'Poorness of Blood, and for Btinjulatinf{ and "regulating" '*ica periodic coarse. None genuine unleei signed •• Blan&axd, 10, itteßotiA* parte, Paris. ' Sob) by Drvggists andOhenuiG cnxomgaonf ttaQolonirs. ••■ • %/f!6UHT 80MURS & METHVEH lICL.. ROYAL MAIL COACH. „ On- and after •Jahnaii lit, 1885, the tndeMUgued will ton attaaoh each Moniay,'Wednesday and Saturday, atarting it aooiHrom Hood's H6tel, L Mount Somoro. toi StJkingbum'ttnd Alford Forest, there jonniibting wltHDufiTs Ooabhfxom Methven atnrntng same, evening. .FaiM—Qp«lng« jutnj'SSs, letuin^ Sja; Al(qrd Fovest, i •etc«Ai 6s. ; 27. .. T. HIX. k ; JLNWALD AND MOD^fT SOMJffiRS t .. RAILWAY. 40UNT SOMBIS AND OAVENDISH • • ROYAL; MAIL OOAOH. The' above; Ob'aoh leaves Hood's hotel jr o%yendlsh Railway StjtUon evtry day, meeting each txfk)n. Pauei^era by. morning . train may. pro jeed by ooaoh io Alford l/orest t < thence to jleth.v«n m ! 'time > for the last train for .;hrtat«hurolh or •may return -in time for he la«t train for Athbur^oni ' ' "° ' r Panels ant Ordbrr will Woeive every Attentlbn. HWrs^ 1 and Buggies oA. hire; Ln ;.; ' ..'I JjQ^HOOD FOR COUGHS, COLDS,. Bronchitis, 'Asthma, Influenza/Consumption, &o KAY'S Compound Essence of Linseed, i Aniseed; Senega, Bquill, Tolu, etc, With Chlbrodyne. T^'AY'S Compound, a demulcent expeo XV tbrant*,' for Coughs, colds, and ones complaints."" " ' ' ... KAY'S OompounJ, for Coughs and Colds is equally serviceable for Horses and Uattle. KAY'S Tic Pills,- a specific In Neuralgia, "Faoe-a'che, 'etc. Contain^ Quinine, Iron,' eto. "* PjOAQULtISE. — Oemeji^ for Broken \J artloles. Sold Everywhere. '■■ Sole ' Makers — KAY BROTHERS, Lira., Stookpori England. .GRATBFUL-OOMFORTING; ' ."EP'PB'B CfOOOA. BREAKFAST. T> V • thorough knowledge of the natora) J3 ;i - laws whloh govern the operations oi 'd^Hitlon and nutrition,' and by a oarefu appu'^tlon of the fine properties of wel seleojted ooooa, My. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delloatelj 'flavoured beVeragb" wMoh tzvy, save vi 'many lieavy'dootor's bills", it is by the udiolous use of such articles of diet iha H a constitution may be gradually buiit uj antll strong enough to resist every ten denoy to . disease. Hundreds of subtlt maladies \te floating around as ready ( attaok wherever there r weak point We~inay esoape many • fatal shaft, bj keaWlng'ourselveß well fortified' with' part' fOdcTand a properly nourished, frame,— An article In the Civil StrtUe QiiutU, ' ' ' -Made'slmply wltlf tolllxig water o? milk "Sold In ilb;J)io^eti by Grocers, labelW th*us '%.—— . : . „ $WM EP^ftiOSfp, 00., HOMOXOPATHIO OHKHISTS, T. OF DON ENQLANI THE U BED . UKOSB ' .PBESERVIN -3:5 ..QOMFANY, =1-^1- '■ -» •«,■ "Cbapd Btreat, Bouth Yarra, Victoria. /^ANNED' i Tomatoes, equal to American \j and at 'same 'price ; also Peaohea. Pears, Ajtrioots/of 'the "finest qriajity, and ij^ heayj syf.up. , All these gooas az« manufactured under the supervision o{ Mr George James Ward, late of California. The Jams, Jellies, Eiokles, Tomato Sauce and Assorted Sauces of this Company are well knewn to be better than any Imported, 5 213 .. Jiohn Hanger, SADDLE, COLLAR, AhD HARNESS ...in,^,uJ MAKER, HAVING purchased .the business o Mr A. Ibel^nd, and re^qyed |nto thtrtie cotUmodtdus ptbrnlseV lately '9oo6*plflfl by film ipiJjßwneft, Street^, begs n^osi sid6erely to thank Ills bustbmers for past auppor and ■ollolta a oontlnuanoe of the same which he will strive to deserve by keeping the bentAtodk oft Saddlery. «ndi HajJljiittr^and strict attention to business, aoftoblned with good workmanship and Reasonable charges. " Repaid ny»tly'fthdptomptly attended to, ¥tlßo<-Hi™'i iiWi-<t'i'&-- '-'- ■-• *'-"■•*■ ■• ASHBp[RTON PERBjIANENT BUDDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. , DVANCEB of £25 and upwards made j^ on Freehold Propertießi repayable by< Monthly, Qaarterly 1 . or Half-yearly inßtal•mentß," 1^ " L • ' ; - Legal and other Charges on a mout moderate acala. ' ' DEPOSITS received at the following 'fates. '"■"!" ".."■.'■■' \ At call „. ... H percent " 3 moothfl ... 5 '..•• " ' "6 months ... 5& " " Over 6 months ... 6 " " All i^ormation on- application to '.."' -EDWABD-STEPJaE^S, ! i , ... . x<■ „,.j,. .•.-.■,. -jtjmujjy- ,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2133, 13 May 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2133, 13 May 1889

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