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PHOTOGBA HERS, 218 High Street, ChrV',horoh. .^«ae PB the Blood is the Life— Clark's world famed Blood Mixture, warranted to cleanse the blood from all impurities from whatever causes arising. For scrofula, scurvy, Bkin and blood diseases, and soores of all kinds its effects are marvellous. Thousands of testimonials. Sold m bottlos 4b 6d and 11b oaoh ty chemists iand patent medicine vendors everywhere jHole proprietors : The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Co., Lincoln England 1 11 i}~\ to DA FER cay t0 Do ra * de by vJL 3L/TC pe?aon<j of either aax, m heir own iooalittea, at wotk for as. New bnulnens. All meet with wonderful huooeae. Any one oan do the work. OaplUl not required. We wiU atart yoa. Outfit worth £1 mailed free. The employment 2a particularly adapted to the region In which this publloatlun circulates. Boya and girls earn neorly a much as men, Foil particulars and lnßtruotlona mailed free. Now is the time— don't delay, hot Write to ub at once. Addroao Stlnson and Co., Portland, Maine, United Statea. lOfi BAKER BEOS., BUILDERS, UNDERTAKERS, &o, Oorcter Wak»nul Road and Orbs street, (Nbxt Central Hotel.) Or at Baker and Brown's Coach Factory Havelock street. (Nbxt xhb Court House.) 290 r\ALQBTY & pOMPAKY LIMITED, ARE PREPARED TO MAKE CASH ADVANCES ON GEAIN Consigned to their SYDNEY OR MELBOURNE BRANCHES FOR SALE, THREE MONTHS FREE STORAGE Full particulars upon application. DALGETY" and COMPANY, LIMITED, CHRISTCHURCH. , 5J75 ASHBURTON "GUARDIAN.') j DUNEDIN AGENCY. « M"R R. T. WHEELER, Stafford I Street, Danodin, has been appointed oar Agent *oA will be ftble to arrruge terms with advertisers fo> oontraot advertlaementß. Grow Choice Fruit SOME Trees bear beautiful large Apples, equal m flavor to a raw turnip, others produce fruit of good quality but only bear about six apples, where there should be i hundreds. I have visited the best Orchards m I this district during seven fruit seasons, and have 200 kinds of apples m my own Orchard, I I graft about 30 varieties, the pick of my own and neighbors orchards ; chosen for earliness, flavour, productiveness, blight resisting, long keeping, &c. I have several thousand young Trees from one to three years old for sale at lowest rates for cash. Orders by post will receive prompt attention. Trees delivered free at Ashburton Railway Station, Borough, or suburbs J. THOMAS, WEST END OF NORTH BELT, 6+177 ASHBCJBTON. REID & GEAY WOULD at this Bonson invite the attention of their numerous Oustomora and Farmers to their Improved Drill jtowing Machines Their NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL with POSITIVE FEED ia now known and admitted to be the Beat FOE ALL PORTS OF LAND, and for Cheapness, Strength, acd Durability is the Best m the Market. They have also this Season brought oat a NEW DRILL with CUP FEED and poesesßing all tho beat quantise of the AngloAmerican, bnt a Machine far superior m workmanship and etrength. This Haohine they bavo got up specially for tho Canterbury Plains. Sam plea of both there Machines together with BBOALCAST GBAIN AND GEAS& SOWERS to bo seen at nil their Branchca. R. & Q.s Now Zsalnnd PORTABLE OHAFF OTJTTER and BAGGER. Boverftl of these now m this District and doing excellent work, R. & Q.'b DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUQHB at Reduced Price as formerly advertised. Disc Harrows On the Newest and Moßt Improved Principle, and ZIGZAG TINE HARROWS and every requisite for tho Farm. ASHBUETON BEANCH: J, TAYLOR, Manager. 1

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2157, 25 June 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2157, 25 June 1889

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