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Hflfae and Baggies on hire. .n JOHN HOUi> L^OK OOUGflfci, GOLDS, Bronohitls, Jj Asthma, lnfiaenaa, Consumption, &o KAY'S Oomponnd iissenoe of Linseed, Aniseed, aenega, Squill, Tola, eto., wish Uhlorodyne, KAJT'S Compound, a demulcent expeo torant, for Uoagha, tjolda and ohes complaints. 17 AY'S Compound, for Coughs and Golds XV, i« equally serviceable for Horses and Outvie* KAY'S Tio Pills, a speoiiio m Neuralgia, Faoe-aihe, eto. Contains Quinine, iron, eto. COAGULINE. — Oemen. for Broken actioles. Sold Everywhere. Sole Makers — KAY BROTHERS, Llm., Stookpor t England. MPOJRTANT TO OWNERS Ob DOGS. MANY years since we had the pleasure to introduce to the pnblio the BUFFALO jiijiAT DOG Bl&OUlXfc.,now so extensively bcu m the principal kennels of the world. Since that time we have made many important improvements m their manufacture — mprovements not of the nature of of vegetable compounds wiiich may be added to an; food at a tridi-jg coat, but of the nature to produce good hard flesh, and muscle, ingredients wnich no other Buacuit or Dog Focd possesses, and for which we have received numerous medals and high commendations, amongst which we may mention ttiat of Professor Dr Zurn, who after many careful analyses and experiments pronounced these biscuits to be of the grcate»c excellence, and to contain double the quantity of nourishment that ia to be ionnd m the flesh thus forming the baßt and moat succeßd<nl looaior dogs that ia possibla to produce It is importaut to notice that every bscuit is stamped-" Buffalo Meat, Trade Mark," Che quality of which we guarantee, Twenty shillings per owt, oarrriage pad, SOLE MANUFACTURERS, W. a CLARK AND SONS, ANCHOR PATENT BISCUIT WORKS, LIMEHOUSE, LONDON, B.C. ESTABLISHED 1851. 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No School ia the Dominion, no teacher, and no reader of the language can afford to be wHhout this monumental work, — " Otnads, Educational Journal, " It has come to ba recognised as tbe mojt nseful existing " word book " of the English language, all over the world.— " N.Y, Tribune," 18b2. G. and O. MERRIAM and CO., Publishers Springfield, Mass., U.S.A. rnHOBNHILL'S JO Guinea SUver-flttad X L >dy's Travelling Dresaing^Bjg, No. 68, 14-imh Best Polished Morrooco Patent Wide* opening Travelling Dressing Bag, with one outside pocket, stitohed hanale, wit a gilt rings and plates, gilt double-action registered lockf aud Ihornhill'a Improved patent stop-hlngea ; Bag liaea with rich Moiie Antique bilk, with ThornhiU's improved indestructible pecketsi Contents.— Sat of plain cat glass fittings, with tioaly engraved Hbll marked Solid Silver Sterline; Topj, consisting of oval Boap, tooth brush roller with two tojth brushes, nail brush roller, with nail brmh, pomad jar, tooth powder jar, two tceut bottles, with screw oaps, ivory hair brush, m case, ivory olotnea brush ditto glove str.toaers, ditto paper knife, dress* ing comb ia caEe, wr ting book, lined s Ik, and fitted with stationery, penholder, aud blotting, book, pNteiit Dortable inkstand light boxes card cate, looking glasi, thread and needle case, pincusnion, instrument boa. rd fitted with pair nail BoLssorej ivory nail trim ojer, four ivory handle instruments, aud a pair of twczeetßi Priob 10 Guiheas. If the Bag is m Russia Leather...U guineas „ „ ■' Crocodile Skin...lS guiaeas The Silver Tops may be richly g{lt fa? 21a extra. UsaßAYiNa.— Engraving 1 aonogramf, two or three Ltt&rs on the silver fitting* ivory brushes' glove stretchers, paper knife, and foa. instruments, and Btamping initi4i m gold. Qn the bag, 42u complete. Ur oply engravit g thq seven silver fittings and stamping m j bag, 31s W. THORNHILL & CO,, TO THE QUEEN END R jYAL FAMILY. 144 AND 145, NEW BOND flr. LONDON. EBTABLIPHED 1731. G iP.ni] i] -c< i jcitsg EPPS'S~COCOA : BREAKFAST. BY aj tboiough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of weir selected ; cocoa, Mr Epps has provided oud breakfast tables with a delicately flavoure.y beversge which may save us many heayj doctoi^J bills. It is by the judicious us,eof such articles oi diet that a constitution ma be built vp yntil strong enough to rssist every 'tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtl 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'iiicc. Gazette Ma<tesimply with boiling water or mil S'oldta *-lb packets by Grocera.labelled thus— JAMES EPPB & 00., 9QU ?onEon T SngVhS B** • »

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2186, 30 July 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2186, 30 July 1889

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