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Walls' Hair Balsam.— ll gray, restores to original color. An elegant dressing, softens and beautifies. No oil nor grease. A Tonic restorative. Stops hair coming out ; strengthens, cl anses heals scalp. 2

SATUkDaY, 22nd JUNE, 1889. At Kent Street Hone Bstaar, At 1 o'olook. 8 Superior Draught MARES and Q ' GELDINGS, 3to 5 years old. Q WILLIAMS & BLAND have reoelved luatcuotioEß from Mb Jajhss Stake, to Sell by Publio Auotlon at the I above time and pisoo,— • 8 Superior Draught MARES and Q GELDINGS, 3to 5 yeara old. 0 Tbe Auotlonears bave muoh pleasure In reoommendlng this lot of Horses to the pubiio They tire all young and sound and grand sorts. WILLIAMS & BLAND, Q 128 Auctioneers, GRATEFyL-COtyFORTING. EPPS'IfCOGOA BREAKFAST, BY a thorough knqwledge of {the natural laws whicn govern the operations of digestion a^d nutriiipn. and by a careful application of tbe line properties of well selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured bpve.»gc which may save us many heavy doctet's bills, It is by the judicious use of suoh articles ol diet that a constitution may be built up until strong enough to rssist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure food and a properly j nourished frame. — An article m the Civil Service Gaulle I Made simply with boiling' water or milk Bold ln Hb packets by Grooers.labellod thua-_-JAMES EPPS & Oq„ HOHOaOPATHia OHBMISTS LONDON,* Eh^LANJRj P. & D. Duncan AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MAKBRB CHRISTOHUROH and ASHBURTON. REDUCTION IN PRICE OF PLOUGHS FROM this date the following will be the prioe of our ploughs ; — 4J b d Double furrow with skelths ... li 10 0 Three furrow ... 31 10 0 Dlsoount 2} par oent for oash. DRlLLS— Oomblned Manure and Seed Drills. Turnips put m with this drill are an assured bucjcbs. We are making for this season a New Grain Drill on tho Anglo-American prlnolple, particularly suitable for this country. Farmers should inspeot this drill before-buying elsewhere. DIGGER PLOUGHS -tye are making Improved ploughs of thla deiorlptlon. yj( e also oonvert ordinary ploughs to Diggers at a low prioe. ' * Fittings for Threshing Afaohines, suoh as Oonoares, Drums, Shaker Shafts Brasses, msde and regal rsg. Ever* kind of wachlneey repaired oa tbe ihorteit notioe. J. gEIR, Manager. wii** auoiMMw.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2153, 20 June 1889

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