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Certainly the MoßJHEfleotive MEDICINE m the world is SANDER and SONS' EUOALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminent powerful effects m Coughs, Golds, Influenza, eto, ; the relief is inetantaneoua, Thousands give the most gratifying testimony. Bead this certificate :— " 24th April, 1885.— Messrs Sander and Sons,— lt is with the greatest of pleasure that I testify to the exqellenoo of your Eucalypti Extraot. Having had inflammation of the bone of the leg, whioh oame oq after a severe attack of low fever, I was attended by Dr J. Boyd, who had made Itrenuous efforts to save my leg, bat without Buooess. He found it necessary to amputate my limb. Having heird m the meantime of the wonderful cures worked by the Eucalypti Extraot, I obtained a bottle, and tbe oxtraot had not been applied more than an hour when I began to feel greatly relieved. After apply, ing the extraot every four hours for nine or ten days I was out of all danger. I would persuade all who may be affeoted with any oh disease to give the Euoalypti Extraot , trial, and I am convinced that they will fin t the moßt wonderful of medicines. — Tours etc., E.J. Oobnow, Wattl street Sandfe'arst,' --(Advt.j ' wTa collieu "TBE COBNEB," IS now nhowing a NEW and CHOICE BTOOK of GOOD§ m all Depart) ments for the Winter Season. Dresß Materials from 6Jd Plashes and Fanoy Trimmings 2i lid Sheetings, 2yds wide, from B}d Blankets from 11s 6d pair Bugs and Austrian Blanketi from 6i 6d ( hudren's o liters Ladles' Jackets and Ulsters Children's Hoode, Hate, and Pelisses Gfonte' Scarvei and Collars Men's C&rdkans from 4) 6i White Kid Ulovee 8s 6d Boye' Suits— all si^ses Meu'e baits, Colonial Tweed, from 90i Tweed Trousers 7a-6d Saddle Tweed Putts, Overooats and Macintoshes, idats and Caps, all shapai, bhirtfl, Sox, &c, &o f BOLE AGE^f FOR THE "SrRONGrWEAE" BOOT, The Boßt Boot for the Country The Best Boot for the Town For comfort m walking, durability of wear and economy m prioe the " StrongWear " Boot is tbe finest Boot m the Colony, Every Paib Branded. Try it once and you, will mwr wwr any otfar. The Soundest Value m Ashburton. W. H. COLLIER "TH E CORNER," ; 0*77 I south Canterbury refiughr ATING COMPANY, Ld. Tibiabu, 31st May. 1889. mENDERS IKVITiSD for supplying J. 345Q Fat Sheep In one or m.urb lots for tbe above Company, delivery at any time between end of 3, une and middle of Jaly, on such dates, aad m snoh numbers as the Company may reqalre them. Alternate tenders m,»y be sent, at per lb, the owner retaining sktqs and fat, or* at per lb the Company retaining skins and f»t. Payment to be made opoa JBVeeslag Weights, whloh allows li lb pec sheep for shrinkage. No one lot to be less than 100, and all sheep must be Approved by the Works' Manager, who will have the power to reject any,' or the whole of suoh lot, from { whatever cause, whether dead or allre. Sheep must be either wethers oi maiden ewes, and to weigh not less than 561bs, nor more than 80lbs. In oases where the tendeier wishes to retain skins and fat, arrangements must be made for immediate removal of ckln's^ or a ohsrge of l&d per skin wl}l be made for hanging, fat will be delivered to the Company's present oontr«otor, and proceeds paid to owner's oredlt, less tbe Compauy'a oommiuioa. The Oumpany has the right to aooept the whole, or any part of any one lot of sheep tendered for. ' Tenders addressed to the Chairman and Endorse,* " TENDERS FOR FaT SHEEP '■< to be m not later tb«n SATUR* DAY, the 15th Jane,, at Noon. The lowest or any tender not neoesiarily •ooepted, GH9, F, OLULBB, (9 8 Bt«ttlWf4 1 '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 13 June 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 13 June 1889

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