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■•■/ .;;;Pnbllc Notices • BAKER BEOS., BUILDERS/UNDERTAKERS, &o. Corner Wakanul Road and Class street, (Next Oehtbal Hotel.) Oral Baker and Brown's Ooaoh Factory Havelock street. (Next* the Coubt House,) \ 290 "IjlOß the Blood istheLife— Ulark'B world JP famed Blood 'M&ture I ', warranted to cleanse the blood from all impurities from whatever causes -arising. ! For* scrofula, sonrvy, ekin and blood diseases,' and wores of all kinds its effeote are marvellons. Thousands of testimonials. , Sold m bottles 4a 6d and lls each by chemists and patent medioine vendors everywhere Hole proprietors: . The, Lincoln j and Midland Ooantlea Drag. Co., England ( . .;. , ' ?v j1 11 .;^OjWpE 6FJ>HANE. Dr. J. H; TOWNENI), /CONSULTING Pbyalolan, 183 Colombo \J Street (opposite ; Bank of New: Zealand), Ohrlatohnrch (Hon Visiting \ Pay ilolan, Ohrlatohnroh, Hospital 10 yean).'. Hours of Oonanltatton from 12 ; antlt 2 p.m., and from 7,30 until 9 p. an, Sundays exoepted, ■ ■ ' N.B.— Consultation by letter, . 63H X?1 to X?/f p BR dft y to De int^ e b f yX jC/tt person* of either s«z, In helrowa looalltles, ai,wok*for ns. I New 3>oijneM.; AllmeetwltKvQnderfal; sno.?s*6'A£vj one v oan doihe;w»rk. Oapltal not required. We will start yon. Outfit I worth £1 mailed free. ,Th»tfmployment it partioalarly adapted to the region fn whlflb publlqitlon oiroolatei. ' Boys and xgUls jearnJneaily a mnoh as! men, Fall part^nlars and ; Imtruotlom maUed feed. Now Is. the time— don't delay, bat write to. ae at once, . Address Stlnsqn and 00., Pdnland, Maine, United States. lOfi . ATLAS EOLLER FLOUK, ATEAS ROLLER FLOUR. : SUPERFINE SILK DRESSED, '« WHITE IN COLOUR, : ' STRONG Ijn QUALITY,' FROM Prime Wheat, Gronnd by the Most Improved and i Mpclerq Machinery . , .. ; To all Bakers and' Hottjfewivev m New Zealand : ASK FOR AND HAVE One Trial of the : Celebrated Atlas Mam Flour. Sold Ay all rqapeotable Merohants and Storekeepers throughout New Zealand, and at the Mills. EVANS & 00. LIMITED, 1 3tlQ - Timara. ( BXOELSIOR COAOH FACTORY. "W-. HIGKS, COAOH BUILDER awd WHEELw WRIGHT, BURNETT St. (Next "Mail" Ofpiob, Ashbubxok.) \\f TT HAVING taken over th YV «XJL» above department) from. H. Pagbx begs to Inform the public of Ashburton and anrroonding dlatriots that he has oommenoed business m tha above line, and traits by strict attention to game, oombinedcwlth moderate charges, to merit a fair share of patronage. I Every desotlption of vehicles made to order. Special attention will be devoted to repairs. Traps re*palnted, etc., on shortest notice, Note the address. BURNETT STREET, Nirr "Mau" Omoß, 4 230 Aihbußtou. In reference to the above I thank my fn«nd o and the pnblio for the liberal patronage they have bestowed upon me for the past two years, and trout that a continuance of the same will be bestowed on Mr W. Eioks. W. fl. PAGET. IMPOBrANT REDUCTION / INPBIOB3OF REIJD & GRAY'S Two. and Tfireejarrow Ploughs. T>LBABB NOTE that from date hereof onr ■XT DOXTBLB and TBBBL V . FUBBOW PLOUGHS wiU be ONE PCUND LESSthas Catalogue Prices .and observe that ( BAILAGB IS PAID BY US To any Station on .the Harunni-BlufE or < mainline of railway : or ■•■•.' FBBIQHT 18 PAID BY US To any main port of ~Sew Zealand, as per Catalognn. BEID AND GBAY were awarded FIB6T ORDER OF MKBIT AND tPEOIAL MENTION by the Jurats at tha recent Melbourne Exhibition: and at that of 1880---81, BEID AND GRAY not only won the only Gold Medal for Double-furrow Ploughs awarded to New Zealand, but from amongßt all the Ploughs m the Exhibition, from the leading English, American, and Colonial makers, their Plough bo excited the admiration of the Jurors that it was singled out for special Commendatory Boferenca ia their iffloial report, aa follows : —" In Plougha ohere 1b one exhibit to whiob we wish to dr»w I Bpecial attention, as being the bo9t, and that s the Donble Furrow of BEID AND GRAY ot ©twedln, New Zealand. Inilniah and construction it is far superior to any other."— See Jurors' Report, page 125. « *, «».,. „ EID AN O QBAY. Dunodln, 18th March, 1889 BEID a!ot) GRAY ABB THE LARGEST MAKERS OF Iron Fencing Standards Which they cnt and punch to any size and Ruage from the Best Quality Standard Iron. No inferior iron kept, Nett weight delirerei I as "charged. i QetQaotatlons from Dunedio or any of quti BrwiQhw,' :•'

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2132, 23 May 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2132, 23 May 1889

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