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WILLIAMSON & PKEECE TAILORS AND HABIT MAKER (Late of London and Birmingham) I IYEBY & MILITARY UNIFORMS. LADIES' HABITS AND JACKETS Made ln the Latest Styles. TOWN~HALL, LAST STBEET, ASHBURTON. 12138 BSeymour, SURGEON DENTIST, 215, Colombn Street (new Buildings near corner of Gloucester Street.) _Cstablish£D im •*. *m 1869 SCALE . OF OHARGES : Extraction, 2s 6d per tooth ; Fillings, 5s per tooth. A reduction made where a number require attending to, ABTIFTOIAL TEETH. The oharges for Artificial Teeth are made with a view to strict. economy, regulate. by such circumstances as oases present, 01 ■noh materials as patients prefer. Par-t-onlars given on application. Consultation free. Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas) gydnxtnistered when required. Attendanoe, 9 a.m, to 6 p.m. _tls. Colombo Stbket, Chbistohtjboh. ' 8 167 LOW VITALITY. DB- OHUI-08-ILL'S Syrup of Hypophosphite of Lime pwacribed by the fac.lty for the cure of Ooaaumption. Guronlo Ootigh aod General Debility. reontaina two of the principal ingredients necessary for building up the Human Frame, and whicn are coneldered deficient m the above complaints, fh 4 Pho sphonu and Lim*. It cannot be too highly .eoommended for Delicate Children. Dr. OTmrchill'B Oompound Byrnp of HYPOPHOSPHITES Is real Brain Food, and m cases of Mu-cular and Nervous Exhaustion nps •squired a world-wide reputation. Each bottle bears D_. Churchill's signature. Prioe, -ft; IPrepared only by Swan, Chemist, •mo 10 LEVIATHAN RAILWAY TEMPERANCE HOTEL (Opposite the Railway Station), DUNEDIN. MRS SILK, PROPRIETRESS. W Read the following taken from a newspaper :— " During the holidays, a friend who spent the Christmas m Dunedin says : •The site for the approaching >'ew Zealand Exhibition waa the chief subject of conversation. Having heard much of (lie Leviathan, he stayed there, and was greatly surprised to find the oity possessed ■noh a very excellent Temperance Hotel, containing as it does 85 rooms, all well and comfortably furnished, and scrnpulously olean. In addition to this, he assures us that the board, he is quite oonfident, is not surpassed at any honse. (no matter of what kind) In the Colony and questions vory much if it ia equalled by any.'" Thus : 4s 6d per day ; 25s per week. t ■ ■■■ — - £20 REWARD. IN oonsequenoe of the amount of Poaching going on m the Creeks on the Lagmhor Estate, the above reward will be paid to anyone giving information that will lead to a conviction". From this date NO ONE will be permitted to fish m the Creeka on the Laemhor Estate. DONALD MoLEAN. Laghmor, Ist April, 1889 4J2 The Parabolic Water Motor. FOR Driving Church Organs, Ice Cream Freezers, Printing Piesses, Elevators, Fans, Ventilators, Coffee Mills, Sewing Machines, and all light machinery. Actual test, m competition with other makes, show that the Parabolic Water Motor, _a a given time, and using the same amount ef water, did over 100 per cent more work. All parts subject to the action of water o brass, bearings of anti-friction metal. Wil work with sandy or muddy as well as with clear water. Made m 5 sizes, supplied complete, with fittings by the manufacturers. SETMOTJB &WHITLOCK, 43 LAWRENCE STREET, NXWABK, NJ„ Q.b.A. Also S«m-our's Patent Rotary Ye ilating FaM m all sizes and styles. SUITS TO MEASURE. THE Largeßt Stook of TWEEDS ever shown m Ashburtoa to choose from. QUALITY AND FIT GUAR ANTEED Come and see the prices. ASHBURTON CLOTH ING MART SAUNDERS' BOILDINGS.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2230, 19 September 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2230, 19 September 1889

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