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rtIOWLBI'B PENNYROYAL AND 1 JL STEEL PILLS FOR FEMALES lulokly oorreot all irregularities, and relieve the distressing symptoms ad prevalent with the sex. Boxes Is l£d and 2b Jd, of ail Ohemists and Patent Medioine Vendors. Prepared only by The Lincoln .nd Midland Oountleß Drug 00., Linooln, England. Wholesa? f all the Wholesale ■ Houses. Beware of Imitations. jjlJ-NWALD AND MOUNT SOMERS 1 RAILWAY. WOUNT SOMEtVS AND CAVENDISH ROYAL MAIL OOAOH. The above Oonoh leaves Hood's hotel or Cavendish Railway Station every day, meeting eaoh train. Passengers by morning train may pro :eed by ooaoh io Alford 1/orest, thenoe to Methven m time for the last train for Ohrlstohuroh, or may return m time for he last train for Ashburton. Paroela anc Orders will reoelve every attention. H«irae and Buggies on hire, m JOHN HOOD OR OOUGHS, OOLDS, BronohitTs, Asthma, Influenza, Consumption, &o KAY'S Compound Essence of Linseed, Aniseed, Senega, Bquill, Toln, eto., with Ohlorodyne. KAY'S Oompound, a demalaent expeo torant, for Oonghs, oolds and ohes oomplelnts. KAY'S Oompound, for Ooughs and Colds is equally serviceable for Horses and Oattle. KAY'S Tlo Pills, a speolfio m Neuralgia, Faoe-ame, eto. Oontaina Quinine, Iron, eto. COAGULINE. — Oemeni for Broken articles. , Sold Everywhere, Sole Makers — KAY BROTHERS, Llm., Stookpor England. MPORTANT TO OWNERS OF DOGS. MANY yearß since we had the pleasure to introduce to the public the BUFFALO -.-.ATDOGB-BOUITt-.-ow so extensively sea m the principal kennels of the world. 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 tridi-g coat, but of the natnre to produce good hard flesh and mnacle, ingredients which no other Buscuit or Dog Fo_d possesses, and for which we have received numerous medals and high commendations, amongst whioh we may mention tbac of Professor Dr Zarn, who after many careful analyses and experiments pronounced these biscuits to be of tha greatest excellence , and to contain double the quantity of nourishment Thetis to be lound m cue flesh thus forming the best and most successful looa.or dogs that is possible to produce It ia important to notice that every biscuit is stamped-" Buffalo Meat, Trade Mark," the , quality of which we guarantee. Twenty Bnilhngs per cwt, carrriaga paid, BOLE MANUFAOTUBEBS, W. Ot. CLARK AND SONS, ANCHOR PATENT BISCUIT WORKS, LIMEHOUSE, LONDON, E.O. ESTABLISHED 1861. WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED Iv Sheep, Russia, and Turkey Bindinga* WEB-iTE-l'S Unabridged Dictionary, Hew Edition, with Supplement, " A Library m itself." Get Webstcr-^it has 118,000 words, 8000 engravings, and anew Biographical Dictionary The Standard m Government Printing Office, 82,000 copies m Publio Schools. Sale, 20 to 1 of any other series. Beat aid to make a family intelligent. Best help to Bcholarß, teachers, and schools; The Vocabulary contains 2000 more words than are found m any other American dictionary. It is the beat practical English Dictionary extant— " Quarterly Review," Lond-n. It haa all along kept a leading place, and the new Edition brings it /ah ly up to date, — " London Times," June, 1882. No Bohool m the Dominion, no teacher, and no reader of the language can afford to bo without this monumental work, — " Canada Educational Journal," It has come to be recognised as tbe most naeful exit ting "wordbook" of the English language, aU over the world.— " N.Y. Tribune," 18-2. G. aud O. MERRIAM and CO,, Publishers Springfield, Masa., U.S.A. rpHOBNRILL'S 10 Guinea Bilver-fitted JL Lady's Travelling Dressing Bug, No. 68, 1 .-inch Best Polished Morrocco Patent Wideopening Travelling Dressing Bag, with one outside pocket, Btitohed handle, wita gilt rings and plates, gilt double-action registered lockaad Thomhill's improved patent stop-hinges * Bag lined with rich Moiie Antique Bilk, with Thomhill's improved indestructible pecketai CONTENTS.— Set of plain. cut glass fittingß, with richly engraved Hall __arked Bolid Silver Btc.lius* Tops, consisting of oval soap, tooth brush roller with two tooth brushes, nail brush roller, with nail bruih, pomad >' jar, tooth powder jar, two .cent bottles, with Bcrew caps, ivory hair brush, m cbbo, ivory clothes brush ditto glove str.tcaers, ditto paper knife, dressing comb m case, writing book, lined Bilk, and fitted with stationery, penholder, and blotting, book, patent portable inkstand light boxes': card cage, looking glasi, thread and needle case, pincusmon, instrument boa rd fitted with pair nail scissors, ivory nail trim o-er, four ivory handle instruments, and a pair o/ tweseersi PnjOH 10 GUINEA?. If the Bag is m Russia Leather.. .ll guineas „ „ Crocodile Skin.,.lß guineaThe Silver Tops may be richly gi for 21 extra, E-iGitAViNGf.— Engravin? monogrnuif, two or throe l-tt-rs on the silver fittiriga ivory brushes' glove stretchers, paper knife, and fou instruments, and Btamping initi-ls m gold on the bag, 42s con-plot.. Or only engravio g the seven Bilver fittings nnd Btamping the bag, 21b W. THORNHILL & CO., TO, THE QUEEN END ROYAL FAMILY. 144 AND 146, NEW BOND ST. LONDON. ESTABLIPHED 1784, i 1 i I . . ] 3RATOFO.-C OMFOBTING ' PPS'SIOCOA BREAKFAST. ! BY a tboiough 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 flavoured" | beversge which may save us manj ueav*y doctors bills. It iff by the judicious use of ' such articles of 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 I well fortified with pure food and a properly nouriahed frame.— An article m the Civil Sttvice Gazette Blade simply with boiling water or mil 3old m i-lb packets by Grocer_,labelled thus— JAMES EPPS & 00.. HOICCBOPATHia OHBMIBTB

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2230, 19 September 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2230, 19 September 1889

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