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O» t> S-E Y M O U R, SURGEON DENTIST, 215, Colombo Street (new Buildings near Corner of Gloucester Street.) ESTABLISHED 1869 SCALE OF CHARGES : Extraction. 2s 6d per tooth; Fillings, i 5s per tooth. A reduction made where a number require attending ARTIFICIAL TEETH The charges for Artificial Teeth are made with a view to strict economy, regulated by such circumstances as cases present, or such materials as patients prefer. Particulars given on application. Consultation free. Nitrous Oxide Laughing Gas) administered when required. , Attendance 9 a.m. to 6 p.m

JOHN "I\/TOISON OHN i^LOISON HAS NOW REMOVED to the TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, and having had considerable Alterations made, the premises are now Complete for his business. STOCK is large and seasonable and for sale at his usual Low Rates.^ igjjr Repairs Promptly Attended To. JOHN MOISON .

215, Colombo Street, Christchuroh. 8 16 I —«• MlLNßk.dfc THOMPSONS. GREAT PATENT TDSIHG DEVICE BY WHICH A PIANO STANDS PERMANENTLY IN TUNE AFTER THE STRINGS ARE ONCE STRETCHED BEST PATENT EVER DISCOVERED FOR PIANOS, AND WILL LAST 200 YEARS. _____ ' A SPECIAL First'Award has just been given to the Firm by "the Jurors at the Dunedin Exhibition, — • ' ! ; ' r A'First Award for Giand Pianos. - ' A First Award for Cottage Pianos,— ■„ , .* Or Three First Awards being the highest possible' distinction that co™*! * *e^ The Prices of our Two Models as exhibited at the Exhibition are respectively W and 70 guineas, but we have Pianos with Iron Frames from £30, any of which can be purchased on Two Years'. Hire Purchase System, &c., '„-,, :■■ ; ;h:kjone^ ent j. ..

Thß Union Fire insurance Company, Litd Head Office, CMstchnrch. CAPITAL ~ £2,000,000 PAID UP -. ..;<; .» £100,000 RESERVE AND REINSURANCE FUND £65,000 DIRECTORS,— _ • Hon. J. T. Peacock, M.L.C., Chairman. P. Cunningham, ;Esq.,' H. E. Webb, G.'. G. Stead, Esq., Deputy Chairman, Esq., Hon. W. Reives, M.L.C. J. Anderson, Esq., J. Palmer, Esq., General Manager, W. DEVENISH MEARES Offices, 172 Hereford St., Christchurch. , . Special Features : The only Institution of the kind with its Head Office in Ohristchurch. ' -' '> Liberality in Settlement of Claims. . * ; , Rat-rs, *he lowest current. , , AGENT FOR ASHBURTON AND DISTRICT,

JOHN GK EESTELL WEST STREET. , . 4 43 \KJV ARE BUYERS AT ALL TIMSS OF * WHEAT, OATS, BA.RLEY . ■ .RYEGRABS, FEAS, ETC, ETC. FtciE DKaairblißrrßKOgr^-,': WHEAT SHIPMENTS"" roE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, .FREE OF COMMISSION AND INTEREST, against Rll.kloda pt P*o3aoo placed In oar hand? for shipment to the United Kingdom or the, Continent. . .' . . , HAYING our ofu honso la London ia a sufficient gaaranteo, that,the Interest of Clients, who will entrust tlie shipment of their {pain to o»» wllt bb well looked after. OllePta may also raly that espouses will be kept »a low ae» possible, and the blghee morkst value redlaed. , ••. ' ■ '„;• : - ,'; v'-. a KAOH Fsroier'B Lot ia shipped w»dar a dJstlnct and Bepsrato brand, no %w lots beinp branded uliko, aod e»cb Sot,la Bold ,on its own merltß. Prompt a^ooun Skies *n in the past. . ' WE are alic prepared to storn gr»sn »ai other Zrorfuce At ABhhnrtop, t JLiynannrj(; Lvttolton or Addingtcn qpoa easy terms, and maka reaeonoble advancoi on same. FBIEDLASDJiiK BKOS. : isOW" LANDINGI^T EX «« Maud Graham " 20,000 Foet DRVSSTBD KAURI T. & G. FLOOBING js^ iaauu T& e. MATCH LINING AND BOARDS. EX "Spray" 30.000 Feat SPLENDID RED PXNR. EX "Zlor " 20,000 Fest MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINK FLOORING, LINING, AND ST3ELV FROM HAVELOOK. IN STOCK AND TO AEBIVE- , WESTPOBT, NEWCASTLE ,BBBY YALLE2 AND MOUNT 6OMERS COAL. W, H. COLLINS & GO/ Timber and Coal Merchants ASHBUETOI?.

ABUNDANT CROPS OF GOOD WOOL, OF TdK HIGHEST MARKBT VALUE FOR ITS CLASS, EJSSUJRED BY THK USE OF LITTLE'S PATENT SHEEP DIP (NON-POI8ONOU8.) ■<;;; ADVANTAGES OF LITTLfFFaTSNT FLUID" DIP, :— IF PROPERLY USED according to the Instruotloaß, It (a the best, the mo* effectual aad moat valuable Dip kuowu. : IT IS NOT POISONOUS to anlnoula, there Js therefore uo dangorof polsonLa^ Hokob, Sbeap, Oattlo oc other animala, by tho Dip draining on tho grass or herbago ; tbtro ia to danger In leaving it about ia Iho way of ohi'dron or others; no« is ther ■ wdv dfcncer of wholesale poisoning from neglect, accident, or dusign. ITS fcFFEOT UPON TRS WOOL in exceedingly important to Woolgrowers. I apldly tho valuo-; it doea oot street th« Rrowth at »ny tlmb butpromotea the natural euoretioL'B, and inorenaoa the welgbh of tbe fleaoe ; ifc does not stain o: diaooloi the wool, cor tike, oat any of the yolk, bat ia a.t ail ttaxvh the beat Dip for tho wool that o»u be Q£od. ' ' • ' , IT IS CHEAP aud repays itosif (enfold to the sheep-ownar. IT IS EASY TO USE, requiring very Httln preparation,' mite* inatcntly w't,V oold water, loaves no osdlnooot, oo acma, uo waßte; One gallon £of Dip' to tOJ gallons oi wator —thu waah is then ready for uae. > ( IT IS SAFK. While Poiaonbu3 Dlpa can asod with oautlbd upon ohoap, th s Dip nicy bo need dpon all anSmals : Horses to kill insects an3 the manga ; a,ho Dap;> for the BiniQ pmpooo ; also for extoetaiDa iug inoeoiß, and allaying all Irrltmlpn of tinskin of Dftity Cattle, Calves, Pigs, etc., for which purpcao it is aimply iDvalaJhlc. - FOR SCAB, HOB, TICKS, and ineexs of all kindaj-it te * moist effeatusFDip, and thoroughly reliable at all tlmeß, and in all climates. „ LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP haati; world-#ide trapatatlon cf the higheal posaible charaoter. Ii has reoelved mortv GOLD and SILVER MEDALS atad othe* AWARDS OFSyOELIiSNatfI AC^D MERIT tUaa perhapa all tho othee St^eepD.'p; ("uttogatbei ' '"" 1- i _]r <; ,_ ),;';;;';•;•; i ff'o; 'j &GEHT FOR ASHBUETO?? COUNTS 4 .' UEO. JAMESON:: 1:'

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2415, 1 May 1890

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