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GRATEFUL— COMFO TING EPPS'HOCOA B BREAKFAST, - V a tboiough' knowledge of .the nalur laws which govern the operations digestion and- nutrition, ! and by a caref application of the fine properties of tfe selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided ou oreakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage .which may save us many heavy doctor s bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may b 2 built up until strong enough' 'to rssist every tendency to disease. Hundreds 61 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 nourished frame.— An article m the Civil Set vice Gazette Jfladesimply with boiling water or mil Sold m *-lb packets by Ghcocera,labelled thus— JAMBS EPPS & C 0.,- -, LOANS OM MORTGAGE. Half-yearly Payment F^odofloan^ 'oreaohA Twelvs years -. ... a 4 » Fifteen years £ J| J Twenty yaua 4 13 8 Jte£i repa^ a « b l c by "ifltalments. whereby Sft> £»« ass The borrower may, before the expiry of &?*™* 1 pe tf od> * e& ?* m tbe=loan, witiTor For fall partioularß as to loai& apply to too Hood *nd Branch Offloes and Wat Offices - P. W JFBANKIiAND. Artuary aud Priaoipal Offlotr. D. M. LUCKIfi, OoMiiniasioatt " Wanted Known, 20,000 PINUS IFSIGNIB One year old. 12,000 PINUS INSIGNUS Two vo»r old, tckOßpUnted. 60,000 CUPEEB^US MACEOCABPA j ,One yew ojd. . „ 1^(100 2 Yekb Ota y ! TR^iJNBPLANTED. The above lines will bo sold very Qbeip. J APPXiE TREES 3 Yitta Old, Bore fruit last year, clean and good aorta Is6cleaoh, Inspection Invited. doHvered at Hallway station for wbloh no oharge la made* N.B.— Note the addreeo, JAMES TORTER, Nauaerytaan, OHftoa Narsery An«»nt.nn, Aihhnnon. REID «& GRAY WOIJLD at this Season invite the attention of their numerous Oustomon and Farmers to their ; Improved Drill Sowing Mac&ines Their NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL with POSITIVE FEED is now known and admitted no ba the li&zt POli ALL SORIS OF LKHB, ,ond for Oheapnea^, B f retigthi, and Durability is the Best m the Market. They nave also thiß Season brought ont a NEW DBILL with OUP FEED und possessng all the best qualities of the AngloAmerican, bat a Machne far superior m workmanship and strength. This Machine ghey have gob up specially for the Canterbury Plains. Samples of both these Maohinei together with BEOALCAST QEAIN ATM) GRA2& SOWERS to be seen at all their Brancnee» U. & Q.'g New Zealand POBTABLBOHAFF UUTTER and BACK3-ER. Several o these now m this District and doing exoellen work, E. & Gi's DOUBLE-FUEROW PLOUaHS at Bedcoed Price as formerly advertiaed. Disc Harrows • On the Newest and Most Improved Principle, and ZIGZAG TLwitf HARROW i and every requisite xor the Farm. ASHBUETON BRANCH: jr. TAYLOR, Manager. 0. M. BROOKE ' CHEMIST, ASHBURTON, BEGS to announce that he bas just landed ex " Oaklands," 16 Cases of Drugs and Sundries, ataonget which are 4 Oaaeß of the PUREST GOD LIVER OIL OBTAINABLE. Sold m Imperial hajf-pint bottles Is 6d eaoh ; pint do, 2«6d, „, N.B.—^The pint bottles are by far the beat for general uge. If procured m larger quantities, especially m gallon tins, It is very opt to get stale before it 1c finished. Lung Proteotora, new shape, and Chest Protectors all sizes, A large assortment of Smelling, Bottles, Puff Boxes, and other Toilet Requisites, ftlargerison'j Toilet Soaps, elegantly eoented, first class snoods, and reasonable m price. Sulphur Water, a harmless preparation for Jarkenin^' the hair, Is 6d per bottle. Best Fluid Magnesia, Is per bottle Somponnd Liquorico Powder, Is pa jottlo. Montserrat Lime Fruit Juioa touco, Thi3 is the most delicious Sauce n tho Market. Large Bottleß, 2s each, Sold only by C. M. BROOKE THE DISPENSARY 4s&# UXTQNy

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2171, 12 July 1889

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