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■fITIOB the Blood is the Life— Clark's world |f* . famed Blood Mixture, warranted to jcl^anse the blood from all impurities from causee arißing. For scrofula, jwurvy, skin and blood diseases, and acoree of all kinds ita efieote are marvellous . Thousands of testimonials. Sold tn bottles 4s 6d and 11s eaoh by chemists |md patent medicine vendors everywhere Bole proprietors : The Lincoln and {Midland Counties Drug. Go., Lincoln IBngland 1 11 1f?1 TO DA PER d »y tobomado by fVX SDtc personi of either sex, in "heir owa localities, at woik for as . New All meet with wonderful > saoipese. Any one o*n do the work. Capital not required. We will itart you. Outflt worth £1 mailed free. The. employment in particularly adapted to the region fn #hiob this publication circulates. Boys %ti& girls earn nearly a much -as man, |l rill particulars and instructions mailed |bee. Now Is the time— don^t delay, but write to us at onbe. Address Stlnsonanif Co., Pontland, Maine, United States. l ,jp«- ■ ■■■ ; ATLAS EOLLEE FLOUE. ATLAS ROLLER FLOUR. SUPERFINE SILK DRESSED, WHITE IN' COLOUR, \ STRONG IW QUALITY. Prime Wheat, Ground by the ?E" Most Improved and Modarn 'Machinery. To nil Bakers and Housewives In New '' Zealand : ]s ASK FOR AND HAVE ; One Trial of the Celebrated ; Atlas RoUeHIUI Flour. , Sold by all respeotable Morohants and Storekeepers throughout New Zealand, and at the Mills. EVANS & CO, LIMITED, Btl6 Timarn. PHOTOGBA HERS, 218 .High Street, ■ Christohuroh. * ■" ' ——————— pBNBRAL PRESS AGENCY REPORTERS, Newspaper Correspondents and Advertising Agents, Russell Street, Melbourne, Undertake Special Reports of Public Meetings, Newspaper Correspondence, and Ntwspaper Advertising throughout the (Australian Colonies and New Zealand. F -Communications to be addressed to Thjb .Manager. ' "• .£?,»«— -JTUse of Provincial Newspapers are kept for the cohvenicnw; of th« Ag«*w>yV clients. 5 7» GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. IiOAKS ON MOETGAGE. Fboh time to titno a limited portion of «h* rands is lent on flxit mortgage of freehold j iMurity, with option of repayment by fixed ! Uutalmects, spread ovar 13, 10, or 90 yoar*. Half-yearly F&yment for eaoh £100. Ferlod of Loan— <B a. d. Twelvo years $ „, 6 4 7 Fifteen years .w ...6 8 9 Twenty years ,;, ... il3 8 £eanß repayable by instalments whereby principal ana interest ara both liquidated within a glvftti time, and on terms ct a most faTOorable obdr&cter, pteaent raarkftd advantages to wttlers and others. She borrower • may, before the expiry Of th» fall period, redeem the loan, with or without notice, on terms whiob oan be ai•ertainsd at this office, or at any of the office* Ot this Department, where also forms of ap« flioation oan be obtained. For full particulars as to loanß, apply to 4bt Bead and Branch Offloes and Post Offloea P. W FBANKIiAND. Actuary and Principal Offloer. D. M. LUOKIB. OoumiMioß«rJ ASHBURTON " GUARDIAN.'! DUNEDIS AGENCY. (lyrß R. T. WHEELER, BUflora Street, Dunedin, has been appointed oar Agent a»4 frill be able to arrange terms with advertisers for oontraot advertisements. H. J. WOOD &C0 STATIONERS' HALIi. ACCOUNT BOOKS of all SIZES and BINDINGS. NEW BOOKS by every Mall HYMN and JP^AOK BOOKS, BIRTH DAY BOOJCB, SOHOOL BOOKS, etc., etc., Sohool Teaohera, Committees, am Libraries, supplied at LOWEST PRICES Any Book not In stock procured Shortest Notice. FANCY GOODS. MUSIC and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of every description, MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERB ! Subscribers wanted foe any Magazln oi Newspaper published. H. J. WOOD & CC STATIONELSj HALL, ; A*SBURTON 41 '

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2140, 1 June 1889

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