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I IRS. B. SEYMOUR, OURQEO^-DENTIST will VISIT ASHBURTON ON TUESDAY, JULY 23bd 1889, I And may be consulted at Mr GambrMge, Chemist, until 4p m> 7t84 i [a card ] '» Miss Traumann (Certificated Toucher of Mue-o from the Biuttgait Cuu*er> vUorium, Perraauj) is opun to receive Pupilß. Terms : Two guineas a term. Address— Box 28, Asbbnrton. 6§178 1 YOUR MONEY /"XINNOT bo botter Invested than m \j purchasing a COMPLETE MBDI01NK OHE3T containing CMemano and -'oub' Euo»ivpti Remedies. For a PostalNote for 12j 61 the following remedies will bo aont, eooloned m » Neal Box, to any address, post paid : — 1 Bottle lCuotlypti Extraot, 1 pot Viototy Ointment, 1 box each Ladieu and Gents Liver Pills, 1 pot Enoalypti Honey, 1 box voice Lc zanges, 1 Oake Eucalypti Soap. Full directions for use enclosed. Ail cafe and sore remedies. Beware of imitations. Hoe that you get Oolemane snd Sons' Ruoftlyptl and no other. Wholesale and Retail Agent, W. J. ALEXANDER, 142 Oashel St. , OhrUtohurbb, To whom orders are to be sent. Send for.

circulars 7 80 JNEW ZEALAND .RAILWAYS. GHEAP KXOURSION TO OHRIBTOHOROH, JULY 25th. GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASES. Rbtdbn Fabbs. Ist Class 2nd Olatt, From Timaru, Baling and intermediate Stations ... ... 9s x 7s Wlnslow, Windermere, Hinds ... 8a 6d 61 0d Tinwald, Aahburton } I Dromore, Ohert- > ley, Rakaia ) 7* 5s 1 Children 3to 12 yeara half rates, under 3 years (ree ; tickets available by the Ezourslon train only. THE train will leave Timaru at 7.10 a.m , and be due from Rangitata at 827 a-m.. Hinds 90, Winsiow 9,16, Tinwald 9.28, Ashburton 9.42, Oherteey 1012, Rakaii 10 26, arrlvlag at Ohriatohnroh at 12.10 p.m , and will return at 4.50 p.m., leaving Rakaia at 6.47 p.m., Ohertsey7l7. Ashborton 7-55, Tinwald 8 4, Wlnelow 8.16, Hinds 8 32, R»ngitata 9.5, arriving at Tlmaru at 10 t 2O p.m. The Ezonralon train will atop at all stations if .required, and will take the place of the ordinary 7>25 a.m. train from Tiutaru to Aehburton, 3.45 p,m. train from Aehbnrton to Timara, . 7.20 a.m. train from Ashburton to Ohriatohurob, and 4 15 p.m train from Ohristoharoh to Ashburtou, which will not run, Passengers for the Racecourse, by the 1 Exourslon train, can alight at Sookburn, and join the return train there. Saturday Return Tlokets to Ohristohurcb, covering the dates of the Grand National and Hunt Olub Steeplechases (July 25th and 27>h) will be issued at Stations between Ashburton and Timtru and Mount Somers branoh Stations on the 24th Jaly, and for First Train 25th (see Grat part cf advertisement for running of tbat train from Tlmaru and Aahburton to Ohria tob urob), and at Aehburtoa and Statloos North thereof foe first train 25th; all available for return till 29ib.

On the 25th the Train from Mount Somers to Aehburton will arrive at Ashburton at 9 40 a.m. (due from Tinwald 9 32) ; the train from Afathvento Bakaia will start at 8 65 a.m., and run 2 hours 5 minutes la>er than time-table times, connecting with the Exoursloa Train to Ohriatohurob ; and the train from Raktla o Methven will stert at 6 50 p.m., after arrival of the train from Ohriatohurch, and run 25 minutes later than time-table times.

Oj the 27 h (Hunt Olub Steeplechases at Ohrlsioburab) the Evening Train from Ohflstohuroa to Asbbunon will start at 4-45 p.m., and run 30 minntes later than timtf-üble times, and tha Train from Rakala to Muthven wii) run correspondingly later than time-table times. 7*96 BY ORDER.

MPORTANT TO OWNERS OP DOGS.

It/I* years sinoe we had the pleasure to jjUMm introduce to the public the BUFFALO Mfl -.t 1 OOa BL6OniTc,now bo extensively ifjoi m the principal kerin&ls of the world.

Biace that time we have made many important improvements m their manufacture — mprovementa not of the nature of of vegetable compounds which may be added to any food at a trifUog coac, bat of the nature to produce good hard neßh and muscle, ingredients which no other Bnecnit or Dog Focd poßaeeses, aod for which we have received nnmerons medals and high commendation 8, amongst which we may mention tbat of Professor Dr Zarn, who after many c ireful analyses and experiments prononnced these biscuits to be of tha greatest excellence, and to oontuin doable the quantity of nourishment that is to be ionnd m the fleßh thus forming the beat and moat snccQßS nl looalor doge that ii possibla to produce It is important to notice that every b acnit ii stamped-" Buflulo Meat, Trade ittark," the quality of whica we guarantee. Twenty shillings per owt, carrriago paid, SOLE MANUFACTURERS, W. a CLARK AND SONS, ANCHOR PATENT BISCUIT WOBKS, LtMBHOUSE, LONDON, B.C. ESTABLISHED 1851.

npHOBNHILL'S XC Quiiea Bilvet-fittad JL L>dy'6 Travelling Dressing lvg 5 80. 68, 144ach Best Polisaed Mot rocco Pate, t Wideopening Travelling Dr Being Bag, with one outside pocke I',1 ', stitched hanule, wit a gilt rings and plates, gilt doable-action legistered lock, and 'J.hornhill'a improved patent Btop-hingee ; Bag lined with rich Mono Antique Bilk, with ThornhlU's improved indestructible pickets* GoHTEMTB.— Set of plain out glass fittings, with liouly engraved Hull J&atktd Bolid bilver SterUng Topi, consisting of oval soap, tooth brush roller with two tooth brushes, nail brush roller, with sail bruib, pomada jar, tooch powder jar, two «cent bottles, with screw capß, ivory hair brash, m case, ivory clothe 3 brush ditto glove str<-tcaera, ditto paper knife, dreating comb m case, wr.ting book, lined Bilk, and fitted with stationery, ptmaolder, and blotting book, patent portable inkstand, light boxes, card caee, looking glaßi, thread aad needle case, pinouaoion, instrument board fitted with pair nail scissors, ivory nail trimmer,four Ivory handle instmrnents, and a pair of twezeersi Price 10 Guineas, X the Bag is m itussia Leather.. .ll gninena „ h Crocodile ttkin...l3 guineas The bilver Tops may te richly gilt for 21s extia, ERQBAVimo. — Engravine monogram of two or three 1-ttars on the bilver fitting*, ivory brushes' glove stretchers, paper knife, aad four mutiumentß, end stamping initi.lj m gold on the bag, 4?d comp^etd. or only engraving the te,yt»i silver fittings and stamping ihj oag, 2ls. W. THOBi-NHILL <fc CO., TO THtt QUiSEN AND BQ7AL FAMILY 114 AND 146, NEW BONO bT. LONDON.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2176, 18 July 1889

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