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BAKER; BEOS., BUILDERS, UJSDERTAHERB, &o. Corner Wakßnul Rosfd and Oaaa itreet, (Next Centkal .Hotel.) Or at Beker and Brd^c-'B Coach Factor) HavelocK "street. (Next thk Ootnyr Beus^iV ''- B^o 7f\ O^ W W; E. N D • S JL Bilious andlivbk'PilljS^T For Nervoosatsa, ' Head.aciie, A'cWitf, Heartburn, Pains between the Kbouldera, Palpitation of the Heart. -Interrupted Sleep, .Harassing Dreams,* Tendency to .be Frigh' enedj ; Spajsmsiand iTia\u!ent fDiatensions, ..Oostiyrness. Skin Eruptions Tmpare'Bloodj' arid all Biliouß Dieorders. Sold everywhere ur boxes Is, la 6d, 2e6i or sent free by posfeon-i-ecVptof stamps by the Proprietor. " . W. • P. .TO W.N EN .p, , Cliemiatj 183 Colombo Btreet.--'OHRISTQaDRD'H.' Mid & ;<M» TTroULD at this Season -inviie^M TV attention of itaeirnnmerous OnstomiTi and Farmers to their „ --; >v -. -^ r Improved Drill_jowiDg MacMiies Tlieir. NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL with POSITIVE FEED is now known and admitted to be the Beat ZO& ALL POSTS OF liAND, and for Cheapness, Strength, and Durability is the Best m the Market. ■ .-, They have also this Season broncht' dot a NEW DRILL with CUP FEED nnd posses* ing all the' best qualities, of. the Anglo^ American, but a Machine far superior m workmanship and strength. This Machint t*iey have got up specially for the Ganterbmi Plains..: : ; : JUi ■■■''■ .-t^rc^,. Samples of both these Machine* togethtt with. . .;.<.. ■ •. . . „■,.,.'.-,.,-.. .... 7 ...._..^,.^..,- BKOALGAST^SEiIir AND to bo seen" a^allftheir^fehcneßi .•-••-• ■-■ R. it G.'a New Zealand PORTABIB OH AFF CUTTER and BACKJE B Several a theno now m this District and doing exceUen work. . ' ■.■.*■'■".., .- - ■■■ ■:■■- ,3 ■ r T m - .■:,.■;,- ;,...' JS R. & Q.s DODBLE-FURROW PLOUGHS at Reduced Price as formerly advertised Disc Harrows On tbe Newest an ; Improved Principle, and ZIGZ&.Q TIi*JS HARROW * and every requisite ior the Farm. ASHJEUEToiST "BRANCH: J. TAZLOB, Manager. KEATUNG'S LOZENGES. •. Oldest and Best Oongh Remedy K EATING'S LOZSSGES Qldfiah and Beat Oongh Baniftdy KEATING S L.OZENGiSS. ;; Oldest and Beat Oongh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. " Oldest and Beat Congh Remedy -YT EATING'S LOZENGES. ~~~* JX. Oldest and Best OoughJßemed^ K RATING'S LOZfiJNGfiS; ~~^ •• A Simple Fact About KE STING'S OO UGH LOZENGES Ask throughout the world,, m any country that oan be named, yon will find them largely sold. Their is absolutely no remedy that ii bo epeedy In giving relief, so certainy cure, and yet the most delicate aa take them, One Lozenge gives eaao Sold inland tins. X" EATING'S LUZENGBS. .;' Cougha, Asthma, Hoarseness. EATING'S LOZifiiNGUiSJ, .■■... .." Oongha, Aathma, Hoarseneii EATING'S- LOZjiNGfid. * 7 Ooagha, Asthma, Ho*raeneu XXA TING'S LOZffiNGES. Cougha, Asthma Hoarsoneu KEA: ING'S LOZaNQES. ' ~T Cooghs, Asthma, Hoarienen TZ"JiAiIJSG'S LOZENGES, " Jl\. " Any Dooiob will tbli you" there is no better Oongh Mcdiolna than KBATING'S LOZENGE 3. One gives relief ; if yon eufiar feom oongh try them bat onoe ; they wilt cure, and they will not Injure your health ; they contain only th« purest drags, sklllally combined,' Sold everywhere m small tint. Keating's Worm Tablets. A PURELST VEGETABLE SWEBT MEAT, both In appeatanoe and tatte* (urnlshlng a must agreeable method of administering the only certain remedy for INTESTINAL oc TdBEAD WORMS, It is a parf eotly iaf c and mild preparation and Is especially adapted for Children.— Sold m Tins and Bottles bY aia Ohemisib. Proprietor— THAS KBATm& L> 1 1 v Export Ohemi'd and Druggist. NEW TWEEDS. ' WE HAVE much pleasure m announcing that we have just received a GRAND ASSORTMENT OF TWEEDS and WORSTEDS for the coming Spring and Summer Seasons. These goods are of FIRST«CLASS QUALITY and PATTERN, and m every way suited to the requirements of AshburtQJßt H. & E. Craighead ! TANCRED STREET ! A^^BUBTON, .„; ,:y

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2210, 27 August 1889

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