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8. 13 Se?.mo ( r, SURGEON DENTIST, 'i-. 215, Colombo Street (now Buildings near Corner of Gloucester Street.) ESTABLISHED J869 SCALE OF CHARGES : ) Extraction. 2s Cd 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. Par--I ticulars given on application. Consultaj tion free. Nitrous Oxide Laughing Gas) administered when required. Attendance 9 a.m. to 6 p.m ; 215, Colombo Street, Christchurch. . 8 16.

JOHN -\JT OISON : OHN jyLOISON 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 season- \ able and for, sale at his usual Low Rates, i g3F" Repairs Promptly Attended To. JOHN MOISON 1

MILNBk <&; tiIOMPSON'si r GREAT PATENT TONING DEVICE : BY WHICH A PIANO STANDS PERMANENTLY,IN TUNE AFTER I THE STRINGS ARE ONCE STRETCHED - ' , J; : 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 fche ; Dunedin Exhibition,— j ' ' „ 'ALSO- ' . j . A First Award for Giand Pianos. ] A First Award for Cottage, Pianos,-p .» i Or Three First Awards being the t hjghfest possible 5 distinction that could be gained. The Prices of our Two MoHels as,exhibited at the Exhibition are respectively j6O I and 70 guineas, but we have Pianos with Iron Frames from £30, any of which can Jbe ' purchased on Two Years' Hire Purchase System, &c. ' ; H3M:j JONES, m , ■:: .^ . i AGENT.. :■ The Union; Fire : instance Company, Limited , Head Office, Christchurch. , ; CAPITAL ..."" ... : ... ... ... £2,000,000 i ■> PAID UP ... £100,000 i ; RESERVE AND REINSURANCE FUND £65,000 :

DIRECTORS,— j , Hon. J.T. Peacock^M.L.C., Chairman. P. Cunningham, Esq., H..E. We3b, G. G. Stead, Esq., Deputy Chairman, Esq., Hon. W. Reuses, M.L.C. ! J. Anderson, Esq., J. Palmer, Esq., ; • , General Manager, W. DEVENISH MEARES v _ , } Offices, 172 Hereford St., Christchurch. -'■■v |_ Special Features': The only Institution of the kind with its Head Office.'in Christchurch. - y , | Liberality in Settlement of Claims.; ■ Ratrs, f-he lowest current. ; ; t AGENT FOR ASHBUIITON; AND DISTRICT, JOHN a. EESTELL j WEST STREET.


WHEAT SHIPMENTS j. TX7B ARE PREPARBP TO WAKE LIBERAL AI/VANDES, FBKE (OF OOIMISBION AND INTEREST, ugliest all kinds of Produce pUoed In our handt for ih)pment; 10 the/DnUed Kingdom or the Continent. { HAYING our owu house In London la a snffiaient gaernntae that the lotercit of Clients, who will entrust the shipment of their grain to as, will be well looked after* Ollepts may also rely that expenses will be kept v low as possible, and the highui lafcrk.'t v»lue realised. , EACH Farmer's Lot is ehlppod nnder a diatitsct and separate brand, < no tw lota being brtnded aliko, and eaoh lot In sold on its own merits. Prompt aoooun 3ales an in the paat. i WE are alio prepared to etore grain and other Produce at Aahbnrton, Lyndhartt Lyttclton of Addingtcn apon easy terms, and make reasonsble advaooes on ■ttne. FRIEDLANDJIiIi BKOS. WOW LANDING EX "Maud Graham" 20,000 Feot DR^SSKD?KAUBI T.& G. FLOOBING T. * G. MATCH LINING AND BOARDS. . BX "Spray" 30,000 Feet SPLENDID RED PINK. : BX <IZlqr" 20,000 Feet MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINS : / FLOORING, LINING, AND SBELV / FROM HAVfiLOOK. IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVEWESTPORT, NEWCASTLE, GBEY VALLBS ANP MODto SQMEBB QOAL. ?

Timber aid jGdal iiercliants > ; AfiHBUETOF. ; ABUNDANT 08.0F4 Ob\ t GuOD WOOli; OF TiiE illt>Hßßf &AK&&TJ VALUE FOR ifS CLASS, EBSUABD BY THKUSE OF • LITTLE'S PATENT SHEEP DIP .(^ON-PQISpNOUS.) : ! ADVANTAGES OP LITTLiiTATENT FLUID DIP ?H IF PROPERLY (JSED according to tbo laetruotlons, it la the beat, she mi effectual Rod moat valuable Dip knowc ' IT IS NOT POISONOUS to aalmails, there >■ therefore no danger of poisoning H n&■■'(■', Sfeeep. Cattle or other »nJm»li,| by the Dip draining on the grata o- herhsga ; there in to danger Id leaving it about in the way of children or othen; nor U thfcr *ny dm.gee of wholesale poisoning from neglect, accident, .or design. s ITS i-FPEOT UPON TRE WOOL,Is excaodfogly important to Wooli?rowers. ; I apidly creases the value ;it dooa pot arrest the growth »t %ny tine but proiisoj'ec th<9 natural neeretlone, and inora&aea the weight of the fleece; It does nottraiuor dis:olai the wool, nor take oat any of the yolk, bat li at all timei tha b-st Dlp.foJ t c wcol that oaa be o;ed. | n IT IS CHEAP tad repays ittelf tenfold to the aheep-ownor. \ ! IT IS EASY TO USB, requiring very little preparation, mly.ei Inslsntly c;ld water, leaves no sediment, do bcuob, no waste; One giUbn gof 'Djp to lOC gallons of nates —the waah ta tbcu ready for use. < \ i • IT IS SAFE. While Poisonous Dlpi can cnlp be used with caution upia ,*>heop, flj's Dip may be nßed upon all auimala : Horses to kill fceoctn end tho m»uc;R ; ftls" Dor* , for the Bsroeprnpoee ; also for exterminating inaeois, i»r;d allaying el) irtiU'loo i f iho tin of Dulry Osttle, Oiivea, Pigs, etc., for which purpose ib is simply Inva'ijib'^. ■ . FOR SCAB, LIOE, TICKS, and Ineeaca of all kinds, it !a ft most effooraa' I|'p hd thoroughly reliable at all times, and in all climatea. - } iUTTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP has a woeld-wlde rpntatfoa of tho l.: H r|e»possible oharaoter. I* has received more ftOLD; and SILVjIiRM SDALS aud -the' AWARDS OFEXOBLLENf & AND MERIT than perh»pa til the other Sheep rf'p .iUttrgjtleg ■ . • ■ ■<. ' i , - \


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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume vii, Issue 2420, 3 May 1890

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