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ftUNWALD AND MOD NT BOMJERS MOUNT SOMEFfi AND OAVUNDIBH KPYAL JWLAIL OOAOH. The above Ooaoh> letvei HoodV hota or Cavendlth Railway Station e?»ify day, aaeettngieaentnta. ' • ■'■;'"!--', : ■ ' Pawei^eiii by morning' tuln may pio jeed by <K*oh to Alford roreit, theaoeito Methvon In time foi the last train foi Ohilsiobuioh, 01 may retain In time foi the hrct twin fo* Aahourton.. • ■ ■ JPasajsli vaC: Ordena will receive evei itteufclon, w .fSS3B and Baggle» on hlse. a_ JOHN HOOD "gIOH OOUGHS, 00LD8, , firondtaitiiii, J_' Asthma, Influenza, Oonfjamptioii, &o KAY'S Oompoand Bssence of Linseed, Aniseed, Senega, Bqaill, Toln, etc, wsth!Ohioirodyae. EAY'S Oompoand, » demnlcent oxpeo tor»nt, foi Cooghi, ooldu and ohM ooraplalnta. ; ; KAY'S Oomponnd, foi Ooughi and Ooldi ia ©qnallf lerrloeable foi Horaei and O»ttle." ■'„■"/ / ;, TT AY'S Tio Pilli, a ipwjlfio In Neuwl«la, \X F»oe-»she, eto, OonUini Qolnlnt, IroUjQto- , . - ,-•■' ■ - •I „ AOAGUIINE. — Cement foi Bioktn \J actlole«. Sola Evarywhete.' Sole Makera—, . KAY BROTHERS, Llm., Stookpoc England.' THE WALKED Cork Extractor. ; —y ■ i Pronounced the belt Mcch»*k«l Cork ; Extractor in the Market, an it pulls ■ the Cork the easiest, and removes it quiclces from the Screw. ' Its use prevents the agitation of carbonated or other beverages, and 1 allows the sediment to remain undisturbed in the bottic* - Designed for the use of hotels, restaurants, saloon*, clubs and lamilits; i Ornamental in appearance and. full nickel plated. Special terms to jobbers. Manufactured by the > B. WALKEB TOOL COMPANY, | Our Gas Governor. ' I -iiß American Gas saving Company de>! JL sire to particularly 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 preveahng blowing and waste at the burners, causing them t> give a steady and brilliant light, at the nine time saving from 15 to 50 per cent of their v. i These GOVERNORS are in use n all the Public Buildings at Washington, it«cl»aiog the Capitol, where they were placed attex competitive tests against all comers, including the nit-rcury and glycerine machines ; on the Main* hattan Elevated Railway, wbnre they have saved over 875,000 since 1884, saving , $1^519.37 in, five monthsi, the Mutual'Lifc,. New York Life, Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company's, Astor House,' Sinclair House, and many other public and private buildings. Our machines are guaranv teed for nye years. We guarantee a large per eentage of saving over any others. All ommunications will receive >o rompt attention" The price is nominal, and is more ,thkn covered the first year by th saving ia gss. Send for pamphlets. Agents wanted. - ) ambbioAn gaTsavin^ co,, No. 23. DSY STREET, ' N»w Yor , U.S.A. ■:!■■•,

. VISITGSS" TO .Shouhl Conatde Hie Well-known and Sue- •' ♦ a':\\ :-',••■ ..■.": ■ •vj-'" Pl^ 55 f//ficfflffl Sf- HT., MBfbuunsi. mOWLE'SI PBNNYROYAIi AND X STEMi PILL3JOR FEMALES qatokly oorreot all Irregultrltleß. »Dd relieve the dlattoaatng aymptoms bo peeralont with the iex. fioxei Is l^d andSa 9d, of »»1 OhomUto and Patent Medicine Vendors, Pf ap»red only by The Llnooln < •cd Mf dland Oonnties Drag Oo.\ Lincoln KngUuu, Wholesale of all the WholewJe Hoam Beware of lmitatloDi.. , ! , OASH QUOTATIONS VOR ORDERS PLOMS PLUMS From 2d per lb, ; APPLES APPL?,, From Id per lb, ; OTHER FBUITS Equally Ohe»p, POTATOES In Large or Small Lott, CHEAP. »ti BARBELLS 'GSlllSailiOlSl '/TJiey.-'jfive '- M?oaaraliy SMISMIIIfS ouriag ,1a a,fe7r.^^i^^^^/v'*ll Frlco Isljd'p« tox, of ill OUemUts.,! 1 AGENCY— — ' ' ■ ' I n, .kahiltojsQm wrk LONGBBAOH, ;i r ONGBEAOE Royal Mall Ooaob i JLi leavei Loogbeaah (or Aabburkon (Sandsya ezotpted) at 7.30 a.m., WaterEoti 810 a.m., Ashton 8,15 a.m., Wheatstone 8.30 a.m , arriving ioAßhbnrton. n time for the Noith or South' Tr»itit;. The ooaoh leave* the Post Office A ehbuc - too, at 5 p,m., arriving at Longbaftoh t 730 p.m. Paroels or orderß lott at kg; of thu above phoes will receive atrlot attention. Fares—Slogle fares 33 6d retacn 5j 0. WJBB, Coaohmao \

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2413, 29 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2413, 29 April 1890

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