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rtfiOWliß'B PENNYROYAL AND X STEEL PILLS FOR KEfrALBB quiokly correct all lnregnlarltieß, and relieve the distressing symptoms ao prevalent with the sex. Boxes la l£d and 2b 9d, of all Chemists and Patent Medlolne Vendors. Prepared only by TheiLinooln and Midland Counties Drug 00. , Llnaoln, England. Wholosa' f all the Wholesale Houses. Beware of Imitations. npjINWALD AND MOUNT SOMERS I RAILWAY. ttOUNT SOM&FS AND CAVENDISH ROYAL MAIL OOAOH. The above Oo&oh leaves Hood's hotel or Cavendish Railway Station every day, meeting eaoh train. Pauaeugera by morning train may pro oeed by oosoh to Alfosd I'ores^ thenoo to Otletbven m time foi. the' last train for Ohristohuroh,. or may return m tlina for the last train fov Ashburton. Parcels ant Orders will receive every Attention. Hflsroe and Baggies on hise. In JOHN HOOP T7IOROOUGHS, GOLDS, Brqnohltia, JJ Asthma, Influenza, Consumption, &o KAY'S Oomponnd Essence of Linseed, Aniseed, Senega, Bquill, Tola, eto., with Ohlorodyne. KAY'S Compound, a demulaent expeo torant, for Coughs, colda and ohea complaints. . ■ . : . KAY'S Oompoand, for Coughs and Colds is equally serviceable for Horses and Cattle. . KAY'B Tio Pills, a specific, m Neuralgia, Faoe-ajhe, eto. Contains Quinine, Iron, eto. AOAGULINE. — Oemenfc for Broken \j aitioles. : Sold Everywhere. Sole Makers — KAY BROTHERS, Lira., Stookpor England. MPOJBTANT TO OWHEKS OF DOGS. MANY years since we had the pleasure to introduce to the public the BUFFALO BAT DOG BI& so extensively sec* m the principal kennels of theworld. Since that time we have made many important improvements m their manufacture — improvements not of the nature of of vegetable compounds which may be added to any food at a trifling cost, but of the nature to produce good hard flesh and muscle, ingredients which no other Buscnit orDogFotd possesses, and for which we have received numerous medals and high commendations, amongst which we may mention that of Professor Dr Zurn, who after many careful analyses and experiments pronounced these bisouits to be of the greatest excellence, aad to contain double the quantity of nourishment that is to be found m the flesh thus forming the best and most sncceas:nl loodfor dogs that is possible to produce It is important to notice that every biscuit i« stamped— «• Buffalo Meat, Trade Mark," the quality of which we guarantee. Twenty shillings per owt, carrriage paid, SOLE MANUfIAOTUBEBS, W. G. CLARK AND SONS, ANCHOR PATENT BISOUIT WOBKS, LIMEHOUBE, LONDON, E.G. ESTABLISHED 1851. WEBSTER'S UNABBIDGHED In Sheep, Russia, and Turkey Bindings} WEBSTER'S Unabridged Dictionary, Now Edition, with Supplement* 11 A Library m itself." G-et Webster— it has 118,000 words, 3000 engravings, and a new Bio graphical Dictionary The Standard m Government Printing Office, 32,000 copies m Public Schools. Sale, 20 to 1 of any other series. -> Best aid to make a family intelligent. Best help to scholars, teachers, and schools; The Vocabulary contains 8000 more words than are found m any other American dictionary. It is the best practical English Dictionary extant—" Quarterly Review," London. It has all along kept a leading place, and the new Edition brings it fairly up to date,>- --." London Times," June, 1882. No School m- the Dominion, no teacher, and no reader of the language can afford to. ba without this monumental work, -n « -f-- - Educational Journal*" * -«naaa It ha& 66$ne to be recognised as the most ÜBefnl existing "word book" of thn English language, all over the world.— " N,Y. Tribune," 1832* . , G. and O. MERRIAM and CO., Publishers Springfield, Mass., U.S.A. ■ . fTIHOBNHILL'S 10 Guinea SUyerrfittsd A. Lady's Travelling Dressing Bag* s No. 68, 14-inch Best Polished Sforrocco Patent Wideopening TraveJling^Dresßing Bag, with one outeide pocket, stitched hanale, witn gilt rings and plates, gilt double-action, registered lock: atid Thornlull's improved patent stop.hinges ; S& g - 1 •??,» lth "oh Mbite Antique Silk, with Thornhill'a improved lndeßtructible pecketsi OoHTBHTS.— Sot of plain cut glass fittings, with richly engraved Bull marked Solid Bilver Sttrliae Tops, consisting of oval soap, tooth brußQ roller with two tooth brushes, nail brush roller, with nail brush, pomade jar, tooth powder jar, two ucent bottles, with screw caps, ivory hair brush, m caße, ivory clothes brush ditto glove atrctcaers, ditto paper knife, dressing comb m case, writing book, lined silk, and fitted with stationery, penholder, and blotting,, book, patent portable inkstand light boxes card case, looking glass, thread and needle case, pincusrnon, instrument boa rd fitted : with pair nail scissors, ivory nail trim «i er, four ivory handle instruments, and a pair of twezeersJ Priob 10 Gtjihbas. If the Bag is m Russia Leather...ll truineas _»..,»■ Crocodile Skin. ..lß guineas The Silver Tops may be richly gi for 21 extra. Engraving. — Engravin? monogramf, two or three lntters on the Bilver fittings ivory brushes' glove stretchers, paper knife, and fou instruments, and Btamping initials m gold on the bag, 42a complete. Or only engraving the seven silver fittings and stamping the bag, 21s W. THORN HILL & CO., TO THE QUEEN END ROYAL FAMILY. 144 AND 145, NEW BOND flr. LONDON. ESTABLISHED 1784. GRATE F UL— COMFORTING PPSVCOCOA BREAKFAST. BY a thoiough knowledge of the {natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a qireful application of the fine properties of; weir cocoa, Mr Epps has provided oud breakfast tables with a delicately . flavoure y beverpge which may save us rnanj Jieayy doctoi s bills, It is by the judicious use of suph articles of diet that a constitution ma be built up until strong enough to resist 'every tendency to disease. Hundreds of jsubti maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping qurpelves well fortified with pure food and a proD*- 1 ' nourished frame.— An article i«* f h i-~*% Service Gazette . -- " - 11le ' Ciml . Madesimply with boiling water or mil Sold m i-lb packota by Grocers^abeUed thu B - JAMBS EPPS & CO

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2224, 12 September 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2224, 12 September 1889

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