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miNWALD AND rfOUWT BOMIRS X RAILWAY. | HOUNT 80MEPS AND OAVENDIBH ROYAL MAIL OOAQET. The above Ooich leaves Rood* hote or Cavendish Railway Station every day, ncotlng each twin. PaMei.getß by morning ti*En may pro eeA by ooaeh io Alfosd Forest, thenos to Mcthven in time fos the laat twin ios Jbdßtohutoh, cv may retain In time for he last train fot Aahburton. Parcels ant Orders will raeelre ever utentlou, "R^isb and Baggies on bs»o. a JOHN HOOD OR 00XJGH8, GOLDS, Bronohltls" Asthma, Inflnsnsa, Consumption, &o | TRAY'S Compound Essqnco of Linseed, l\ Aniseed, Sene2», Sqatll, Tola, etc., frith Ohlorodyne. KAF'S Oompoand, * demalaont expeo toraat, foe Coagfai, oolda »nd ohra oompltlots. . TT AY'S Oompoand, for Ooughi and Ooldi X ii equally •eryloeiblef oi Hotnei and Cattle. TT AY'B Tlo Pill*, a epoolfio in Neutalgla, tV Faoe-aAe, etc, Oontaim Qalnlne, Iron, etc. nOAGULINE. — Oemeni fosr Btok«n \J attloloi, Bold Everywhere. Sole Makers— ' KAY BROTHERS, Llm., Sfcookoo? Bagland. THE WALKER Cork Extractor. Fromouoced the bett MachcrJcal Cdrk Extractor io the Market, an it pull* the Cork the easiest, mdremoYCS ' , it quickcs from the Screw. Its ose preventi the agitation of carbonated or other beverages, and allows the sediment' to remain undisturbed in the botiuc. Designed for the use of hotels, restaarants, saloonk, dubs and families. Ornamental in appearance and full- nickel plated, Special terms to jobber*. Manufactured by the B. WALKER TOOL COMPANY, Our Gas Governor. ' | 'tiß American Gas aiving Company dc« X. sire to particalarly call the attention of gas consumers to their celebrated GAS GOVERNOR or REGULATOR, which is attached to the meter for the purpose of reducing the pressure from the street mains, and keeping it uniform in the pipes throughout the building, thereby preventing blowing and waste at the burners, causing them t) give a steady and brilliant light, at the sime time saving from 15 to 50 per cent of the g v. These GOVERNORS are in use 0 all the Public Buildings at Washington, facia-tag the Capitol, where they were placed alter competitive tests against all comers, including the mercury and glycerine machines; on the Man* - hattan Elevated Railway, wbcre they have saved over (75,000 since 1884* saving 911,519.37 in five months; the Mutual Life, New York Life, Liverpool and London' and Globe Insurance Company's, Astor House, Sinclair Housr, and many other public and private buildings. Our machines are guaracd teed for five, years. We guarantee a large £ pec eentage of saving over any others. Ail ommunications will receive tj rompt attention The price is nominal, and cis more than covered the first year by th saving ia grs. Send for pamphlets. Agents wanted. AMERICAN GAIT SAVING CO,, No. 33. DEY STREET . Nkw Yo* , U.S.A.

Should ClUifttH th-t sfi'-'r? isk Well-known and SjqSPECIALIST* s>'tp?-:*y£ior f'i v)o[-£>P' mb Q-uo'.ia Oowpuini. i rEZI= CRsnurtTATiosi. riIOWLR'H PENNYROYAIi AND 1" STESL PILLB FOR FEMALES qulokly oorreot &U irreguJ«ritleß ( and relieve the dUtreislng symptoms ao preralent with the aex. Boxeo Is l£d and 2a 9d, of aU Chemists and Patent Medlolne Vendor, Pf apared only by The Unooln and M'dland Oonntles Drng Co., Lincoln Englaua. Wholess'e of all the Wholesale Hoaaec Beware of Imitations. | OASH QUOTATIONS VOR OUDERB PLUMS PLUMS From 2d per Ib, APPLES APPLI?;From Id per Ib. OTHER FRUITS Equally Cheap, POTATOES! In Large or Small Loti, ' CHEAP. -ATRANDELLS G9RNSftBiINi??JSS v& i:%. f'\s>5 1 fmi;m &\\ s «. g or6rs j .:'■ ';."■.■■ ■■■■'■: :iUicr Ccriss or I *■/■",•.■"/. '■.. ", '■• ""iaicns should 3 |» ; ■■■'.■"V."; ;. \" uso t&cso | \ ■ ■ ■■V-: ■■:-' ■'" ■'■■i "•'"o^oi'^i | ;. i".'" i> ■■ : ":t.-r->'T Plasters. fc ; Tliey glvo oass l^.'s-ii'/'vibjEi !l'vt:i^ ffsaorally r-'^vvi;^: ;.T CTiriag in a few \*"\^'■'::".t, 1!,*..'. ..■.--.!.- ---, ! fe-W,%fl: •:■■• ■/■-■■ <- 1 »J j Prlco la lid pas box, ef all Okemlsts. | ' ITO N G B B A Ol£ " I f ONGBSAO& Royal Mall Ooaob I_J leaves Longbeach foe Ashburton (Sond&ya exoepted) at 7.30 a.m., Waterton 810 a m., Aihtpn 8,15 a.m., Wheatatone 9.30 ».m , arriving in Aahbarton n time for the North or. South Traini . The ooaoh leave* the Poit Office A«hbarton, at 5 p,nt, arriving at LoDgbaaoh i !7 30 p,m. Paroela or orders left at any | of the above pltcos will receive etrlot attentioD. Fares—S'.og'e fares 3s 6d retava 5s i 0. WISE, Coiohraaa

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2400, 14 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2400, 14 April 1890

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