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PnbUc Hotleea TO THE PUBLIC OF Aari3URTON AND DISTRICT. Wauchop & Co., GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, LaBD AND FINANCIAL AGENTS, ABE prepared to do business for Clients at Lowest Rates. Grain, Wool, and •11 -Farm Prodaoe sold punctually, and Moooni sales rendered promptly* Goods bought for Clients Id the best markets, and forwarded without delay. Loans negotiated for mmi froir £10 to £10,000 on freehold seoorlty. Liens on Crops, WooL and other ieoarlty. Ail business iXxiofij private. WAUCHOP & CO., 224 Hereford Street, Chrißtohuroh, CT» £$• Seymour, BURGEON DENTIST, 9l£, Golombn Street (new Building* Bear 'corner 6£ Glouoester Street.) StTABLtSftSX) , M 1869 SOALB OF~GHARGES : Extraction, 2s 6d per tooth ; Fillings, 6s per tooth. ;'. ' A redaction made where a number require ' attending to. ARTIFIOIAL TEETH. The charges for Artificial Teeth are roadt with a new to striot economy, regulated by snch oireumstanoes as oases present, oi ntch materials as patients prefer. Particulars given on application. Consul ta» tlonfree. Nitrons Oxide (Laughing Gas) administered When required. Attendance, 9 ai. m, to 6 p.m. 915, Colombo Stbert, Ohbistohueoh. 8 167 LOW VrTALITY. DR. CHURCHILL'S Bytttp of Hypopnoaphite of Lime pncoiibed by the faoulty for the cure of Consumption, Ohronlc Cough and General Debility* r contains two of the principal Ingredients necessary for building up the Human Frame, and whioo are con> ridered deficient m the above complaints, lit., Photphorus and Lime. It cannot be too .Highly recommended for Delicate Children. Dr. OhnrehJlL's Compound Syrup of HYPOPHUSPHITEB If real Brain Food, and m cases of Muscular and Nervous Exhaustion hrs acquired a world-wide reputation. Each bott|e , bean D». Ohorohiira signature* Prepared only by Swan, Chemist, ana xo T EVIATHAN RAILWAY TEMPER Jj ANCE HOTEL (Opposite the Reilway Station), DUNEDIN. MRS SILK, PROPRIETRESS. Read the following taken from a news- - paper :— " During the holidays, a friend who spent the Christmas m Dunedin says : 'The site for the approaching )vew Zealand Exhibition was the chief subject of .conversation. Having heard muon of this Leviathan, he stayed there, and was greatly surprised to find the city possessed snob a very exoellent Temperance Hotel, eontainingas it does 85 rooms, all well and comfortably furnished, and sorupulovtly dean. In addition to this, he SMures us that the board, he is quite confident, is not surpassed at any house (no matter of what kind) m the Colony and questions very much if it is equalled by any." 1 Tsbhs: is 6d per day :25s per week 6 71 BOOTS The Grandest Wearing Boots Manufactured m the Colony. mHESB BOOTS are now being sent for ]t v from "Victoria) Qneensland, and New ftnrth Wales, by cußtomer* who have had the'ip OTeviOusly m New Zealand. .^b'me tune ago. a family who were re> torning to Yorkshire were fitted oucwith "Zealasdia" Boots, by a large Storekeeper and they .wrote to fay that their *'Zealandia" Boots caused a deal of dieousaion far the Old Country," and they stoutly maintained that no finer wearing boots ooidd bo made m England. Since w ting, these Colonists have returned to New Z&fand/ and have informed us that their bWwote apair of the u DEPENDABLE" BCaOOL BOOTS while goiDg Home ; all the time at Home ; while returning; and has since worn them at iohool for two months, and the Boots are perfect yet Every other pair give equal satisfaction Theite'itf no greater economy than m buying " Zeakndia" Boots, and remember that none are genuine unless branded on tie sole Th^ ealandia "Knot Store runs tbis Brarjd, and every pair is- guaranteed XuM also the largest assortment of Eng« eh^oots at all prices. iws sell at the loweit Dunedin and Qoristchuroh prices, and we are never beaten. / All Goods marked m plsin figures. / ZBALANBIA BOOT STORE ASHBOBTfw

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2137, 17 May 1889

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