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I mOWLB'B PICNNYROYAfc AND |. X BTBBI. PILLS FOR iBfciALES I quickly correct all Irregularities, ■ and r relieve the distressing symptoms bo proI ralent with the sex. Boxes la lid and 2b 9d, of all Ohemlsta and Patent Medicine Vendors. Prepared only by The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drag 00. , Llnooln, England. Wholeea'g B f all the Wholeaale Houbbb. Beware of Imitations. nniNWALD AND MOUWT SOMERB I RAILWAY. MOUNT SOMKHB AND CAVENDISH ROYAL MAIL OOAOH. The above Ooaoh leaves Hood's hotel or Cavendish Railway Station every day, meeting each t*a!n. Pattaei^gers by morning train may p>o seed by coach to Alford L'orest^ thence to Methven m time foi the last train for Ohrlstohuroh, or may return In time for the last train for Ashburton. Parcels and Orders will receive every attention. Hfarsa and Baggies on hire. In JOHN HOOD FOR COUGHS, COLDS, Bronohltls, Asthma, Influenza, Consumption, &o KAY'S Compound Essence of Linseed, Aniseed, Senega, Squill, Tola, etc, with Ohlorodyne. KAY'S Compound, a demnloent expeo torant, for Coughs, «olda and ohes oomplalnts. KAY'S Compound, for Coughs and Golds is equally serviceable for Horses and Cattle. KAY'S Tic Pills, a speoifio In Neuralgia, Face-aihe, eta. Contains Quinine, Iron, etc. riOAGULINE. — Oemenv for Broken \j artloles. Sold Everywhere, Sole Makers — KAY BROTHERS, Lira., Stookpoc t England. MPOKTANT TO OWNERS OF DOGS. MANY years since we had the pleasure to introduce to the public the BUFFALO i>jJ&ATDOGBt&OUITfc,now bo extensively sed m the principal kennels of the world. Sinoe that time we have made many important improvements m their manufacture— mprovements not of the mature of of vegetable compounds which may be added to any food at a trifling cost, bat of the nature to produce good hard flesh and mußcle, ingredients which no other Buscuit or Dog Fotd possesses, and for which we have received numerous medals and high commendations, amongst which we may mention tb at of Professor Dt Zarn, who after many careful analyses and experiments prononnced these biscuits to be of the greatest excellenco, and to contain doable the quantity of nourishment that is to be f onnd m the flesh thns forming the best and moat successful food for doga that is possibla to produce It is important to notice that every biscuit U stamped-' 1 Buffalo Meat, Trade Mark," the quality of whioh we guarantee. Twenty shillings per cwt, carrriage paid, BOLE MANUFACTURERS, W. G. CLARK AND SONS, ANCHOR PATENT BISCUIT WOBKS, LIMEHOUBE, LONDON, E.G. ESTABLISHED 1851. WE BSTER'S UNABKIDGED In Sheep, Russia, and Turkey Bindings] WEBaTEB'S Unabridged Dictionary, Hew Edition, with (Supplement* "A Library m itself." Get Webster— it has 118,000 words, 3000 engravings, and a new Biographical Dictionary The Standard In Government Printing Office, 32,000 copies m Public Schools. Sale, 20 to 1 of any other series. Beßt aid to make a family intelligent. Best help to Bcholarß, teachers, and schools! The Vocabulary contains SOOO more words than ate found m any other American dictionary. It is tho best practical English Dictionary extant — "Quarterly Review," London. It has all along kept a loading place, and the new Edition brings it faiily up to date. >- " London Times," Jnne, 1882. No School m the Dominion, no teacher, and no reader of the language can afford to be without this monumental work. — " Canada Educational Journal," It has come to be recognised as the most useful existing " word book " of tho English language, all over the world.— " N.Y, Tribune," 1832. G. and 0. MERRIAM and CO., Publishers -■ Springfield, Mass., U.S.A. mHOENHILL'S 10 Guinea Silver-fitted X Lady's Travelling Dressing Bagj No. 68, 14-inch Best Polished Morrocco Patent Wideopening Travelling Dressing Bag, with one outside pocket, stitched handle, wita gilt rings and plates,. gilt double-action registered lockj arid Ihornhill's ion proved patent stop-hinges ; Bag lined with rich Moire Antique Silk, with ThornbilPs improved indestructible pecketsi Contents.— Set of plain cut glass fittings, with richly engraved Hall Marked Solid Silver Sterling Topi, consisting of oval soap, tooth brueh roller with two tooth brushes/nail brußh roller, with nail t>rmh, pomade jar, tooth powder jar, two scent bottles, with screw caps, ivory hair brush, m case, ivory clothes brush ditto glove stretchers, ditto paper knife, dressing comb m case, writing book, lined silk, and fitted with stationery, penholder, aDd blotting, book, ptktent portable inkstand light boxes card case, looking glasi, thread and needle case, pincusnion, instrument boa rd fitted with pair nail scissore, ivory, nail trimmer, four ivory, handle instruments, and a pair of twezeetsi Prick 10 Guineas. If the Bag is m Russia Leather.. .ll guineas „ „ Crocodile Skin ...18 guiaeas The Silver Tops may be richly gi for 21 extra. Ka graving. — Engraving monogramf, two or three letters on the silver fittings ivory brushes' glove stretchers, paper knife, and fou instruments, and stamping initials m gold on the bag, 42s complete. Or only engraving tho seven Bilver fittings and stamping tha bag, 21s W. THORNHILL & CO., TO THE QUEEN END ROYAL [FAMILY. 144 AND 146, NEW BOND SL LONDON.) EBTABLIPHED 1781, i i " GRATEFUL— COMFOR TING * EPPS'SIOCOA BREAKFAST, BY a thoiough 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 flavourejy beversge which may save us many heavy doctor s bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles ol diet that a constitution ma be built up until 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 Sttvice Gazette Made simply with boiling water or mil Bold m i-lb packets by Grocers.labelled thus— JAMES EPPS & CO.. HOMCEOPATHIO OHBMIBTB

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2204, 20 August 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2204, 20 August 1889

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