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[ X STEEL PILLS FOR iEUiALEE , quickly oorreot all Irregularities, and relieve the distressing symptoms bo pre--1 ralent with the box. Boxes Is l£d and 2e 9d, of all Obomist3 and Patent Mediolne Vendors. Prepared only by The Llncolii and Midland Counties Drog Co., Lincoln, England. Wholora'e J. ell the Wholesalt Houses. Beware of Imitations. nrYENTOLD AND MOUtfT SOMERS i RAILWAY. \iouNT soMs:r.i"7]s r D cavekdisd EOYAL MAIL OOAOQ. The above Coaoh leivoa ilood'a hote; urOftvendlsh Railway St&tlon everyday, meeting each train. P»asei.ger* by morning tr»(u may pro :eed by coach io Aliord i/orost, theuoe to ilethven m time for the last traia fox .liffiatuhurah, or may retarn m time for | \\q last train for Ashourtou. P*roela unt Orders wIH receive every itteutica. H««b und buggies on hire. w JOHN HOOP TjWU v-JOUGHS, OOLDa, Bronchltla, X? Asthma, Influenza, Consumption, &c KAY'S Oompoand Essence of Linseed, Aniseed, Senega, Bqulll, Tola, etc, with Chlorodyne. KAY'S Oompoand, a demulcent expoc torant, for Congho, tolds and chos complaints. EAY'S Compound, for Coughs and Golds is equally serviceable for Horses and Uattle. KAY'S Tlo Pills, a spacifio m Neuralgia, Faoe-artie, eto, Contains Quinine, Iron, eto. nOAGULINE. — Cemeni for Broken \J artloles. Soldaftrerywhere. Solo Makers— KAY BROTHERS, Llm., Stoskpo? t England. MPOKTANT 10 UWJS SHH~~aF DOGS. "|*/D"ANY yea:s Bince we had the pleasure to JJfJL introduce to the public the BUFFALO ihjiAi 1 DOG Bl&OOIit.now so cxtentively te m■•ho i r»ncipai ktnn?h of the world. Binc9 that time we have mado many important improvements m their manufacture— mprovementa not of the tatnre of of vegetable componnda which may be added to any food at a triii: g coat, bnt of the nature to produce good hard flash and mascle, ingredients wnlch no other Busoait or Dog Focd poßseeses, and for which we have received numerous medals and high commendations, amongst which we may mention tbac of Professor Dt Z jrn, who afcer maty cirefal analyses and experiments pronounced these bisooics to ba of th* gr.atesi excellence, and to contain double the quantity of nourishment that is to be ionnd m tno flesh thus forming the b^st and most succeed ul iooi for dogs that i* p jesibla to produce It is important to notice that every b scuit m Btjmptd -** Buffalo Meat, Trace Mark," the quality of which we gaaronteo. Twenty snillings per owt, oarrriaga pa d, EOLE MAKUFACTUBBRa, W. O. CLARK AND SONS, ANCHOR PATENT BISCUIT WOBKS, &IMEHOU6E, LONDON, E.G. ESTABLISHED 1851. WEBSTER'S UKABBIDGED Ia Sheep, Raseia, and Turkey Binding?; WEBsTER»a Unabridged Dictionary, hew Edition, with (supplement, "A Library m itself." Got Webster— it haa 118,000 words, SOOO ODgiavinge, and anew Biographical Dictionary » h X Tho Standard, ia Government Printing Ornca, 32.0.0 o-pies ia Public Schools. Bale, 20 to 1 of any ether series. Beet ai Ito make a famtty intelligent. Best help to scholars, teachers, and echoola. ThoYcoabulary containß cQOO more words th^n a:e fouud iv any ocuer American diQtionury. It ia the best practcal English Dictionary extant—' Qiarccrly Keview," i«ond;n. It has all a'ongr kept a loading place, and the new Edition brings it faiily up to data. >- •• London Times/ June, 1882. No School m the Dominion, no teacher, and no reader of the language can afford to ba wUhout; tbis m work. — " Canada Educational Journal," ' : It has come to bo recognised as the moit aseful oxi ting "word book" of thi 'English Unßuago, all over tho world,—" N ¥. Tribune," 18.2. Q. and O. MERRIAM and CO., PrBLISHERS Springfield, Masi,, U. 5.A. ' '" ""■"•- I'"'!' «I.I^U«J.LJ 14 J. npHOBNHILL'3 JC Guiei Silver-fittsd X L-dy's Travelling Dressing Big. No. 68, H-ia.h Best Polisiied Morrocco Pate ,'t Wide* opaning Travelling Dnesing Bag, with one outside pocket, stitched hanulo, wita gilt rings and plates, gilt doublg-action registered lock^ a^d .'i hornhiii's improved patent stop-hins^a { Bag ljued with rich Moiie Antiqqq Bilk, vrlth Thornhill'a improved indestructible ptcketsj Contents.— Sst of plain cat ghes fittings, with liculy cngravea Hull tark(.d Eol;d Silver Sttrlinc; Top*, consisting of oval soap, tooth brush roller with two tootu bruehes, nail brush i ' roller, with Dail bru'h, pomad jar, tooth powd-r jir, t *o cceat bottles, withscrdw cips, ivory huir brush, m case, ivory clo.ne* brusl ditto glove str tc.iera, ditto paper knife, dressiDg comb ia cate, wr ting Look, lined s Ik, and fitted wi'h statiunsry, penuolder, a-.d blotting, book, pstoct uurtable inkstand lijht boxes card cate, looking glasi, thread acd needle case, pincusaion, instrument board fitted with pa r nail ecissors, irorv nail trimmer, four ivory handle iufit uments. acd a pair of twrzeeißi Pmob 10 (Ji;iijßA«. If the Bat; is ia Russia Leather... ll guineas „ '„ ' Crocodile Bkin..;l3'gui,/eaß Tho Bilker Tops may te nchiy gilt for 21s extra. it* GBAYiKa — Engraving monogramf, tw 3 or throe lt^fp pn ijjo filyer fittiogi ivory bfußnes 1 gloye stretchtrs, paper km'e.'and ion inßttumenis, t<nd utampfng iaui-li m gold ba the bug, 42d complutd. vi only cngravi- g tho eeyen silver fittings and stamping thj bag. 21b W. THORINHJLL 00,, TOTHE QUKEN BSD R JA.L FAMJLy. Ul AND 145, SEW BOND flr. LONDON. EBTABLIPHED 1731. G i/'ji)i:-((i)(nic EPPS'S~COCOA BREAKFAST, < P>y a tbpiqugh knp^lpdge of the natural JL» laws \yhich govern the operations" of digestion and nutrition, and by' a careful application of the fine" properties of weir selected cocoa ? Mr Epps lia^ yioyjci'^ autl breakfogt tables yfh]\ a defeat Jly flavourey beyetJge which may save us lruny heayy dopto. 's b.ills-. It is' by the judicious us,eof suph avticlcjj'oi diet that a constitu/ion ma ba bijilt up until strgng enough to rsns\. every tendenpy to dj&pase. Hundrpds of subtl' mabdips 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 * properly nourighed frame.— -An aiticle in' the Civil Setvice Gazette , ..•; Made simply with boiling water or mil Sold m i-lb packets by Grooors,labeUed thusJAMES BPPB & 00,. *

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2188, 1 August 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2188, 1 August 1889

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