The bo9t medioine known is SANDER and .SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. TastHii I minent powerful effects m oougbß, colds, influenza, eto. — the relief is instantaneous, Thousands give the most gratifying testimony* His Majesty the King of Italy, and mndioa. syndicates all over the globe, are its patrons. Bead the official reports that accompany eaob bottle. We have no oooasion to oiler rewards m proof of the genuineness of our references. | The offioial reports of medioal olinica and universities, the offioial communication of the Oonßul-General for Italy at Melbourne; the diploma awarded International Exhibition, Amsterdam— all these are authentic documents, and, as such, 'not open to doubt. We add here epitome of one of the various oases treated by Siegen, M.D., Professor, eto : Burning of the right hand through the explosion of a small oil stove. The epidermis on the volar and palmer side of the hand of the thirty-year-old patient was completely separated and lifted up as far aB the joint of the hand. The likewise lifted nails were I hanging loose, and half of the phalanx of the nail of the middle finger was coaled. The wounds thus contracted healed m three weeks ander daily applications of Eucalyptio Extract dressing. The patient has ratainod the fall use of the band.— (Advt.) 1^ LO3T. LOST between Aabbortott and Willowby a Lady's pranlLttnilskla Handbag containing fancy work. Fludor will b» rewarded on reluming it to Longbeftoh or the Wlllowby tohool. 8 2 2 JOHN GRIQa TENDERS rpENDEUS are invited for oattfa? gore: I clesn'nsr dUohts and clearing • c-e<klnr:n« of 'ho L qna^or paidnokF »t Wlllowby T nde -a HU bo rec ! r n till noon on T(7Kdi)-.Y, 3rd Sei-t-jmb r For particulars apply to D MoLEAV, 8 196 M»nager. WAKANUI ROU) BOAKD. fl TENDERS aro mv tei for f w following J works : — ShiDgling part of bmithfioM Rood Grabbling Tursocks on put of Manley, Dromore and Gardner'u X od«, m thro ocntiacts. Specifications may bo sen at th<Board's offica where tenders cl'» r o on SATURDAY, September 7 h. at 10 a.m. O. E. FOOKS A SON, 8 210 Diatrlot Surveyor*; UPPER ABHBURTON KOAD BOARD. mENDERS a ro called for $-chain form* JL tlon of Borne 120 chains, more or less, of the Barford and Marooan Road Tenders to be m the Ashburton Poet office, addressed to the Obalrman, and marked tender, by 12 o'clccV noon od TUESDAY, SBPI'EMBER 3bd Specifications can be seen at the Board's office, Tiowa'd, during office hoars. By order, J. DAVISON, B*lß7 Clerk. T. A. Williams WILL OPEN HIS "VTEW TTvRAPERY TjiMPORIUM AND \ FANCY BAZAAR OK &ATUBDA.YNEXT, SEPT. 7. AT TINWALD Imiredlatelv oppo^to the Railway Station 8 208 A.BHBURTON AGRICULTUKAL AND PABTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL Horse Parade WILL be held at the ABBBURTON COUNTY BALEYARDB on SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, 1889 At Noon. Enirleß— ss each horse— oloee with the undersigned on TUESDAY, September 17th, at 5 p m. JNO J.O. QUANE, BJ2OI Sacrotury. PRIM ITIVE METHODI3T CHURCH ASHBURTON. QJPEOIAL TEA AND CONCERT m O the Salvation Aimy B»rr»clrs TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3bd, 1889, Tot at 5.30. Oonoert at 7 30. ! Tea and Oonoert Is 6i, Conoeit only, 6d PROGRAMME. Anthem—" Bless the Lord " ... Choir P*rt Song— "The Wondrous Story" Choir Saored Song — " He wipes the tear " Miss Wlldstnhh Part Song— 11 1 am the way " ... Oholr Qantatte— '"The Golden G*te" Choir Pianoforte Daet— Mlssei Carson and Fox PaitSong— " Soog of the Soldier " Oholr Daet—" Th«sre !■ joy In Heaven " Mr and Mrs Flower P*rt Soner-*' We shull stand before the King" Oholr Patt Song — •• Awake, awake, O heart of mine " Chef: Sons;—" Mr Flower Pait Bong— "Bt hold I stand at the door" Oholr Violin Daet — Mr and Mies Slramondi Anthem — " Offer onto God Thttkegfving " Oholr 8 206 KEID &GRAT WOULD at this Beason invite the attention of their numerous Customers and Farmers to their Improved Drill Sowing Machines Their NEW ZEALAND GRAIN DRILL with POSITIVE KEED is now known and admitted to be the Beet FOR ALL SORTS OF LAND, and for Oheapnew, Strength, and Durability is the Bost m the Market. They have alao this Seoaon brought out a NEW DRILL with GUP FEED nnd possess' ing all the best qualities of the Anglot* American, bnt a Machine far superior m workmanship and strength. This Machine they have got tip specially for tbe Canterbury Plains. Samples of both these Michioo* together with BKOADCABT GEAIN AND GRAS& SOWERS to be Been at nil fcheirJßranonos. B. & G.'b New Zealand PORTABLE OHAFF OUTTER and BAGGER Several o these now m this District and doing ezcellen work. R. it G.s DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUGHS at Reduced Price as formerly advertised Disc Harrows On tbe Newest an Improved Principle, and ZIGZAG TT*.^ HARROWS and every requisite *or tbe Farm. ASHEXJRTON BBANCH: J. TAZLOB,
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