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Rouoh on Corns— Ask for Wells' "Hough on Corns." Quick relief, complete, pcrmannt cure. Corns, warts, bunions. At chemists and druggists. ;; : mENDBRS Wanted for keeping the I A»hbartoa Bowling Qrees m order to the Ist May 1890. Tenders to be In not later than Tbarudny Ist Aligns*. D. THOMAS, 7 153 President. MONEY. MONEY. I HAVE money to lead on approved freeto'd security from £60 to £5000. 7*154 FKED. MAKBIU. LuWOLIFF BtTATE. ■ mENDERS are invited for clearing JL about 400 aorer. Speeffioatlo is aod ptrilonUrs can be obtained frrm the Manager. Lowest or any tetder not reoessarliy accepted. Tenders to be to by 10th AUGUST to J. B. BRODIE, 7*155 Loffo'iff. ~~ TENDERS ~ ~~ A K(\ A^RSS (more or lens) of land tO VJ to let for one Crop of Turnip* In one or more blocks to Bolt applicant*. Bpeo!fioatlon» can be seen at the offios of thU, paper Tenders to be eeut In before the Ist \J Aagutf 7 107 Excelsior Coach Factor; ' ..-. AND . „.'.., SHOEING FOEGE \ BUttNBTT BTBKBT, ; J [Next "Maii," Opfiob.] W. E. PAGET ?Ss : £ public m geooral that he !b oontinaln^ the COACH BUILDING and WHEELWRIGHT business at the above address, and trusts by atrfot attention and moderate rates to still retain the support o£ his friends and the public as m the past. Traps made and repaired, bought, sold or exchanged. HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY. 7J134 „ /^wDDFELLOWS 1 TTALL, ASHBURTON. MONDAY, 29ra JULY, 1889. The Cblkbsated Phrenologist. Professor G. W. Borreson, Will deliver • Leotnre, entitled, THE BRAIN AND THE MIND. MONDAY NIGHT a present will be elren to EVERY ONE In the ODDFELLOWS' HALI" Jo the abape of a beantlfal " Model Head " (19x17 iDohea) *ith key how to read charaott r, Its valoe 2i 6d has been obmldeNd cheap, > and during our stay here (4 days) 68 copies h«Te already beesf sold at the above prloe. Ftrim this highly Interesting diagram yon otn learn a great deal, and with the key tt Is a sore Indication of human nature. ON MONDAY NIGHT YOU WILL RECEIVE IT FREE. I Our Lecture on the above aubjeot will prova very instructive and will be lllqbtratrd by a curious oolleoilon of diagrams, Delineation! of obaraotar oa the stage will form an interesting part of the evening. D ore ' pen at 7.30; to commence at $ p,tn. Cocsultatlon at our offi c from 10 ••m. to 8 p.m., Saundbbs* fiaildlacf. opposite the Hal Lay Station, up to FRIDAY ?»d Aoguifc, Fit, from 91 ed,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2184, 27 July 1889

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