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b, 13 Seimour, SURGEOSI DENTIST, ag&Wjf" 1* 215, Colombo Street (new Buildings near fplfllL Corner of Gloucester Street.) " '^^^^V ESTABLISHED ...' .... .2869 ,' i^f^^^^ . SCALE OF~CHARGES : *Js'£**'-'^&s&&&' Extraction. 2s 6d per tooth ; Fillings, r ~-'-.i". »-.-:-■-. - ;-.- z .";~"'^ *- i 5s per tooth. — ' JOHN ~kfT OIS 0 N A reduction made.where a number require tf OHN JxJL OIS 0 N attending -. " ' , . TTAS NOW REMOVED to the ARTIFICIAL TEETH J~L TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, The charges for Artificial Teeth are "made and having had considerable Alterations with a view to strict economy, regulated made, the premises are now Complete forby such circumstances as cases present, orj his business. STOCK is large and seasonsuch materials as patients prefer. Par- able and for sale at his usual Low Rates.; I ticulars given on application. Consulta-' „■. ": j '- •'., • tion free. Nitrous Oxide Laughing Gas) ggp Repaibs;Pkomptly Attended To. administered when required. Attendance ,: J 9a.m.to6 P .m ; \ JQHN MOISON" 215, Colombo Street, Christchurch. ' • ' > • 8 16; I .' ■ MlLKßk.cfc TJUOMPSON'cs GREAT PATENT TUNING DEVICE BY WHICH A PIANO STANDS PERMANENTLY IN TUNE AFTER THE STRINGS ARE ONCE STRETCHED IS THE 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, — A Ii S O— A First Award. for Giaiid Pianos. „ * l A First Award for Cottage Pianos, — Or Three First Awards being the highest possible distinction that could be gained. The Prices of our Two Models as exhibited at the Exhibition are respectively 60 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. „B M.JUNE^ ENTThe Union Fire insurance. Company, Limited Head Office, CMstcMrch. CAPITAL £2,000,000 PAID UP ..." ... .- £100,000 RESERVE AND RE-INSURANCE FUND £65,000 DIRECTORS,— V Hon. J;T. Peacock, M.L.C., Chairman., P. Cunningham, Esq., H. E. Webb, G. G. Stead, Esq., Deputy Chairman, Esq., Hon. W. Reuses, M t L.C. J. Anderson, Esq., J. Palmer, Esq., £- ? General Manager, W. DEVENISH MEARES Offices, 172 Hereford St.;' Christchurch.,. SvEciXt Features : The only Institution of the kind witK its Head Office in Christchurch. Liberality in Settlement of Claims. . ..... Ra?rs, *he lowest current. •...••; . AGENT FOR ASHBURTON AND DISTRICT, . . JOHN" G. EESTELL ' WEST STREET. 4 43 TJJ7B ARK BUYERS AT ALL TIMES OF WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY Q BY£GRAS3, > FEAS,/ ETC,, HTO, E.KIF. DL &JSWK& , 8RQ8... ? 'v. ■' WHEAT" SHIPMBNWT TT7K ARE PRBPARBP TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES, FREE OF COMMISSION AND INTEREST, *ga!nat all kinda of Ptodaea pUiod In ons hands for ihlproeat xo the United Kingdom or the Ocntineut. H ATI NO- our owu hoaoe in London Is n aaffioieet gasrantoe that the loterect of Clients, who will entrust the «hipraant of their ffrain to na, will be well lookod nfter. OiifiPta may rtlao rol? that expccaca will be kept bs low as possible, and the hfgho» market valne reallßed. RAOH F*rmet'it Lot la shipped nndor a dlatbct and separate brand, no tw lots buloe brncded alike, and each lot is sold on its own merits. Prompt aoconn Sales as in the past. • ' WE ace also prepared to store grain and olhst Produce at Asfabnrton, Ljndhorst Lyttoltun ot Addlngtca apon easy terms, and make reaioaibie advances oa aime. FEIBDLANDJIiK SiJOS. 1 NOW LANDING?.KX " Maud Graham " 20,000 Beet DRESSED KAURI T. & G. FLOOBIKG ** T. & c. MATCH LINING A]SD BOARDS. EX "Spiay" 30,000 Feet SPLENDID RED P£N«. EX "Zlor " 20,000 Feat MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINE ' FLOORING, LINING, AND BHEI.V FROM HAVJBLOOK. IN BTOOK AND TO ABBIVE- * WJSSTPOET, NEWOABTLB, GREY TALLIN ANP MOUNT SOMKBB COAL. W. H. COLLINS & CO, Timber and Goal Merchants IBUNDAWT CROPS Ot? GOOD WOOL, OF Ti3Jfi tTfttflßST MAEKST VALUE FOE ITS CLASS, EBSURED BY THE USE OF MTTLE'S PATENT ;SHEEP; DIP. (NON-POISONOUS.) ,x .v/.". : :J. ■•.■.-'■" ADVANTAGES OF LITrLEiTATENT FLUID DIP :— IP PBOPBRLY USED »coording to tha lostructlona, It Ib the belt, tha mo effuctual aud moat valuable Dip knovru. , IT IS NOT POISONOUS 10 animals, tbore Is therefore uo dangae of polsoaln 5 HfR-oro, Sheep, Oettle or other animals, by the Dip draining on the ftsraaß or herbage ; thn-o l« uo daDger in leaviog it; about in the way of chl'dran or otbera ; nor ia ihavt. toy tlanKS!" of wholesale polaooing from oegloct, sccldeDt, or design. : ITS EFFEOT UPON TJRS WOOL is exceedingly important to Woolgrowats. I>, apidly increases the value ; it iocs cot arrc-nt thu growth at «ny time but promotes (h« natutal eocretloss, aod inoroaaoa fehe weight of the fleece; it doea not etaln ot diicoloi the wool, nor tako oat any of the yolk, but Is &t all tiaica the boat Dip for the wool that can re need. IT IS CHEAP and repays Itcelf tenfoM lo the ahoep-owoer. , • - . IT IS EABY TO U'SB, roqrasdng vary littln proparatlon, mixes Inatontly w fth oold water, loavon no aedfmont, no bcuui, no vristei One gilion Dip so 100 gallons of wsto?—tbo wash ia lliuu loydy for nso, \ \ „,'■','■ • '■- „ j'j IT IS SAFE. While Poisonous Dips nan only bo asqd with caution upon eheop, this Dip may be asad apon all animals: Horsen to kill insects and tho/mango ; aleo Doga for the aame pu«poee ; aleb for oxtoffraioating (n-)oot3, and allaying tit Irritation of ths kin of Dutry Oitile, Oalves, Pigs, etc., for wbich purprae it Is almpJy iavalnsble. FOR SOAI3, LIOE, TICKS, and insejea of all blnda, it ia * most effectual D'i> B nd thovonghlj reliable at all tlnaoj, and in all ollmntca. k : -. ■ v , •, . ■. * .. •' •• , ;rvA';.T;i i;\\>i~ ■ . ■- LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DfP haa a world-wide reputation of the high tt possible flharaotor. It haareoaivei mosra GOLD and SILVEH MEDALS end a^-et AWARDS OFEXOELLBNr<S AND MERir Jha> peih?»p>iaJßlie;oihee ?hsopb ;•»« uttogether * , . , ' ' ' AGENT FOR ASHBUHTON COUNTS GEO. JAMESON'i -> i'

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2419, 2 May 1890

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