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Public Notices TO THE PCBLIO OF AsnBURTOS AND DISTRICT. Wauchop & Co., GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, LAB© AND FINANCIAL AGENTS, a BE prepared to do business for Client! JX at Lowest Rates. Grain, Wool, and all Farm Prodooe sold punotaally, and ~ account sales rendered promptly; Goods bought for Clients m the best markets, and forwarded without delay. Loane negotiated for sums from £10 to £10,000 on freehold seoarity. Liens on Crops, Wool, and other security. All business ■trlotly private. WAUCHOP & CO., 224 Hereford. Street, Christohurch, O» J3- Seymour, SURGEON DENTIST, 215, Colombn Street (new Bnildingg near oornerof Gloucester Street.) Established ... , M ... 1869 SCALE OF~7JHABGES : Extraction, 2s 6d per tooth ; Fillings, . 5s per tooth. A redaction made where a number require attending to. ARTinqrTL TEETH. The charges for Artificial Teeth are roach with a view to striot economy, regulated : by such circumstances as oases present, oi '■nob. materials as patients prefer. Particulars given on application, Consulta* tlon free. Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas) ' iadministered when required. Attendance, H a.m, to 6 p.m. 215, Colombo Street, Chbistohtteoh. 8 167 LOW VITALITY. DR. CHURCHILL'S Syrup of HypophosphJte of Lime prescribed by the faculty for the cure of Consumption, Chronic Cough and General Debility. TT contains two of the principal m. X gredlente necessary for building up the Human Frame, and whicn are con* iddered deficient m the above complainti, vis., Photphorui and Lime. It cannot be too highly Recommended for Delicate Children. Dr. Churchill's Compound Byrnp of HYPPPHOSPHITES I* real Brain Food, and m oases of Htifloular and Nervous Exhaustion hrn acquired a world-wide reputation. Each bottle bears D* y Churchill's signature. Price, 4fr Prepared only by Swan, Chemist, BTTQ 10 T EVIATHAN RAILWAY TEMPER■Jj ANCE HOTEL (Opposite the Railway Station), DUNEDIN. MRS SILK, PROPBIETRESS. Read the following taken from a newspaper :— " During the holidays, a friend who spent the Christmaß m Dunedin says : 'The cite for the approaching New Zealand Exhibition was the chief subject of conversation. Having heard much of the Leviathan, he stayed there, and was greatly surprised to find the city possessed auch a very excellent Temperance Hotel, containing as it does 85 roome, all well and comfortably furnished, and scrupulously clean. In addition to this, be Msures us that the board, he is quite confident, is not su T passed at any house .(no : matter of what kind^ m the Colony and questions very much if it is equalled by any."' Tebms : Is 6d per day : 25s per week. 5 71 ZEALANDIA BOOTS The Grandest Wearing Boots Manufacttired m the Colony. T' HEBE BOOTS are now being sent for from Viotoria, Queensland, and New South Wales, by customer* who have had then? previously m New Zealand. . Some time ago, a family who were returning to Yorkshire were fitted outwith w Zealandia" Boots, by a large Storekeeper and they wrote to say that their l( Zealandia" Boots caused a deal of discussion m the Old Country," and they stoutly maintained that no finer wearing boots could be made m England. Since w ting, these Colonists have returned to New Zealand, and have informed ua that their boy wore a pair of the " DEPENDABLE" SCHOOL BOOTS while going Home ; all the time at Home ; while returning; and has, since worn them at school' for two . months, and the Boots are perfect yet Every other pair gave equal satisfaction. There isno greater economy itoan m Buying ," Zealandia " Boots, and remember that none are, genuine unless branded on the sole The ealandia loot Store runs this . Brand, and every pair h guaranteed. Has also the largest assortment o£EngBoots at all prices. We sell at the lowett Dunedin ana Ohrietchurch prices, and we are never beaten. All Goods marked m plein figures . ZEALANDIA BOOT STORE ASBBUBTO*!

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2135, 15 May 1889

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