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' ' .' ' \ > OF ALL X mOLUDINtt-; '. '' ' ■ '• '■ ' BUlhaada _ " ; ; ( .?• ) ' ' ' '• , „ Olronlan : Memorandum Foimr, .':;',' Agreement! , Liens Conditions of Sale! '"'.■''.. "OttalogWi ' . '."' ■', , . X , - - Potiera, fte.^ . And eterf dteerlptlon of LEGAL AH£ qOJI>ll?BP| f L LKTTKB-PRKSS exaeated ak t&e ahorUit notloe and In the LATEST DESIGNS SPECIAL and moat favorable temu ofwred to WHOLESALE ORDJSRB, j ASHBURTONGUARDIAN , ' OFFICE, ' ■' -•' '_ - ;'■ • ; " ATA^S' years since we. had the plearate to JjJL introduce to tho public the BUFFAK) BAT DOG BIBOUIT^, now so exteneively ' eed in the prii^cdval keimel* of the world. > '• ' Einco tnat time we havo made manyl iarportant improvemsnts fa their ' manufacture— i improvements nob«tibe nature of of vegetable compounds which may be added to any food at a trifling cost, bat'of the'nature to produce' good hard flesh and muscle, ingredients which no other Buacnit or Dog Pocd possesses, and t .for which wo have received numerous med&ls aud high commendations, amongst which we may mention tbat of Professor Dr Zurn, who after many careful analyses and experiments pronounced these biscuits to be of tho greatest excellence, and to contain double the quantity of nonrißbment that is tobe lorad in toe flesh thus forming the' best and most succesflal food for dogs that ia possible to prodace : It is importtiut to notice that every biscuit is stamped—" Buffalo Meat; Trade Mark." the quality of vrliich we guarantee., Twenty shiUingspe^cwtjCairriagopaid," ■ BOLE MANUFACTURERS, \ W. G. CLARK AND SONfc, ANCHO 1! PATENT BISCUIT WORKS . "iIMBHOUSE, LONDON. 8.0. ' > EBTABLIBfIiiD 1861. BRANCH OFMOE & FACTORY ;.C4 Washington Stkht • ■! ' ■ • -THB'BBST -'• '; ""•'''■'l PAi»t;|. IN TUB < ' ( ...,—WOfiLD. , „ „ \ "■ Aay ihade from Vuu vyfhiteto Jet Black , A; COMBINAT of the purest, punt with India Kabber, forming a smooth 1, . glossy, firm, durable,»sitic and beautiful Paint, unaffectetl by chsage tl temperature; ' is perfectly water-prool, and adapted te: all daises o( work, and is in every way a better paint for either inside at outside paining than ' any Mner paint in the world, : Being froni ene^tbirdto oae*founh cheaper and lasting at least three 1 times as long as the best lead and oil paints. ,Be sure that;pur trade; mark it on every package. Prepared and ready for nse and sold by the gallon only, - There-has nevet been a paibi: offered the pubUc that has become so popular {in .the same .time) and ugiven as perfect satisfaction beas theßo b. ■»tßt.----' '■"•' '/- "" ■' "/';'i" ■ I .'' ' , • ' ' ' ' ' i GoirmuNTAm pe# I Warranteed 14 Carat. Price 19 (37s 6d) per doc. Retails readily foe, *l 59 each, \ The best pen for the price ever made. In use; everywhere and giving universal satisfaction, \ ftULIN'S L^E'sTE|t v ,| ILljp.1Lljp. ■ ; Will hold 3,000 letters alphabetically arranged: More than 5,000,000 in use. ! Price, in gross lots, 3.75 6d) per doc j THE MOST POPULAJI LETTER iFILB KVEK MADE. ; . i Order through (Commission Houses, i SHBDRTON PERMANENT BUILDA INGANDINVESMMEbTSOOIETT PAID-UP CAPITAL . M &000 DEPOSITS of £6 and apwaraa received at the following rates of interest, ! At call or 3 montba ,«~ 6 per cent j : 6 months . m .„ 6J „ Longer Period! . M 6 « I AU Dfp*>natioß on application to mm; sd sssphens ' ' Manager Office—Tatu * .aeet

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 6552, 18 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 6552, 18 April 1890

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