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'8. 'it> S'-B'fiiOiU-R, - „- 'f l., , . . SURGEON DENTIST/ <$&%$ '' ; 215,,C010mb0 Street (new Buildings near , |g|sftsik Corner of Gloucester Street.) ?-'V "'■/■^ ESTABLISHED ... ... i 3869 IV V \ ■ ,V, . , „. __, . ; .: \ .■; •. ;. .:■< .7-,.. . - SCALE OK CHARGES!: , .'.., ;." •-.. ■■■'*?., i . 2s 6d per tooth;, Fillings. : ...... .!-■ ' '■ 5s per tooth: ' ■ . ■ . .■;....;■; , ; JOHN TyrOISON /• A reduction made where & number require >J OHN JJIL OISON ; ''.- attending^'- 1 . ' ,•.-■'- ?< i TJAS NOW REMOVED' to the v iRTiFiciAL TEE^H !±1 TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, The, charges for Artificial Teeth fere made and having had considerable Alterations with a view to strict economy, tegukted made, the premises are now Complete for by such circumstances as cases present, or , his business. STOCK is large and seasonsuch materials as patients prefer. Par- able and for sale at his usual Low Rates. '•■■ ticujars given-on application. Consults- ' ;-! _' „ tionfree. Nitrous Oxide Laughing Gas) gg* Repaibs Promptly Atteltoed.To. administered when required. Attendance „, \ „,< 9<a.m.to6p.m _ j JOH^ MOISON 215; Colombo Street, Christchttrch. " , J ' ; 816 I - - f • -. ;MILNEk& THOMPSONS - i GREAT IITENT TUHIK6 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, — , ' ' . . -2 \ '•<■ : ■ j -; - - 0— . ■■ .} : I "A First Award for Giand Pianos. \ A- First.Award for Cottage Pianos,— i . Or Tliree First Awards'being the highest possible distinction that could be gained. The Prices of our Two" Models as exhibited at the Exhibition are respectively 00 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. Tie Union Fire insurece Company, Limited ; Hei Office, CMstchurcli. ' : ' CAPITAL ... ;\' • "... -}£%mm ' PAID UP ...: £100,000 . RESERVE AND EE-INSXJRANCE FUND £65,000 DTRECTORS 1 -Hon. J. T. Peapook, M.L.C., Chairman. P. Cunkingham, Esq.,, H. E. Webb, G. G. Stead, Esq., Deputy Chairman, Esq., Hon. W. Reuses, M.L.C. ; J..,Anderson, Esq., J. Paimer^ Esq., .rr,.-™™ V General Manager, W. DEVENISH MEARES ; ... - •'' Offices, 172 Hereford St., Christchurch. ' ' # . Spjecul Features : The only jlnstitution of the kind with its Head Office in .Christchurch. .;, : *;' . -. /■ ',*"•* Liberality in Settlement of Claims. '• , , fl Rapes, the lowest current. ! ,( '. . «■ ;ws": "AGENT..F.QR-ASHBURTON i AND DISTRICT, ( . I . """■" john jGf"'^feS¥MiL fi ; WEST SI'KEETLi ARSC EXJYKRS AT ALt TIMES OF 1 r ,.,, - ; -f r , *"' ■ WBE&T, OATS, , B.VBLEY , - - ' ■ ETO,, ETC. c V - .., . . ; " , FKIEDLASDER BklQS* [..'-. XtTEI ARE ''PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVANOSS, FBEB OF OOMSIISSrON^AKn INTEREST, ngslnst aflklnda of Piodaco placed In oar b»nd» lot Bhip^nent W the tlnlted Kingdom or the Continent. » „•'•-- HAYING our owu house hi London Is a anffljiont gaarantaa that the laterest *ot Clients, who will oatenut the ahipmenk of thalr RrMn to oa, wll! be well looked after. (Olfepta m»y alao^ -rajy that exptmoaa will be kept na low aa posalbla, aud tbo Mghe» BQ»rket valqa reaUaed'. ' ' ~ • , „ „ . . . . j EAOH Facmor'a Lot Is shipped nnder a cHatlnck and separata brand, no tw test's bolnp branded alike, nod ei»ch 3o^, is sola oa its own morlta. Prompt acooun kittles as in the past.' "■','• , , _ , tA „ . . T „ WE nte »Ibp ptepwted to ttore gf»!n and ofcho« i?eoduoe *t Aahbnrton, Lyndhnrst lytteHon oe Addingtonapouewy .terms, and maka reasonßble adwnoei oo »me. FRIEDLANDiiiK BKOS. ' NOW LANDING •KIT »llMd-OnhuaV 20,000 Feet, DRWSSTsbSKAURI T. &Q. FLOOBINQ '• T. & G. MATCH LINING AND BOARDS. > EX " Spiay " 30,000 Feeb SPLENDID RED PINE. EX "Zlor " 20,000 Feet MAGNIFICENT WHITE PINS FLOORING, LINING, AND SHELV FROM HAVfILOOK. IN STOOK AND,TO ABRIVE- . ", WSSTPOBT, NEWOABTLB, iaBET VALLEI ANP ; , J MOUNT SOMKRS COAL. . ; Timber and Coal Merchants I ASHBUETON. ■'■■'■ y-- ;; "~ ABUNDANT OKOPrf orOoOii WOUL, OF THJfI zTI»HE3T MARKET VALUE FOR ITS CLAS9, EKSUftED BY THE USE OF LITTLE'S Pi^TE^T SHEEP DIP (KON-POISONOUS.) ! ADVANTAGES OF LITTLE'S PATENT FLUID DIP :— IF PROPERLY USED according to the Instructions, It la tho beat, the mo effectuaUod most valuable Dip known., , _ •. . ■ -.- IT IP> NOT POISONOUS to anlmikls, there Is ih6rofore no dangsr of p>l»'onim, Ilora a, Sheep. Catrio or o>.her animalr,, by thw Dip draining on tho K?ft»B or barbn^a ; thoro i' no danger In leaving it about in tho w;ay of children .0* othera ; nor is ihero »oy i!m:cpr of whol«oale poieonlnc; from n»j<"bct', Occident, of idcßlgu. iTS KFFfiOT UPON TAxE WOOL 1b excpeiilngly laiporUat to Woolgro^cre. I. i"jidiy tacrea«o3 tho v»lno ; It iom rob azmni t!ia ,'-rcwth at *ny time butpromoica thvs natural secretions, uad iaoreanoa th« kslz*.* ?f the dacca; it dooi nqf,fitiiiuor di3:oloi tho wool, nor uka oat aiy of th'.r: .:, mi Is 1.1 aii timca the besL Dp for tl)e wool that can bo aead. IT IS OHEAP and repays ifeolf tenfold to tho aheop-oiraer. , IT IS EASY TO USE, requiring very little proparf.lion, ralsoa Instantly vnih cclcl water, leaven no eedlmoot, no bcuiu. no waste; One gAiioa of Dip wo 100 i^JJona of watep—tho wash 13 then roany for i.fifl. : "." ■l < ■. '' ' 1 IT IS SAFJS. While Poisonous Dip 3 can only be c.:od with oiuticn upon yhcs'p, Ik's-! Hi:) tniiy b» nsod apon all aulmale : Hor.oeo to kill inaects and the ta^a^a ; z>\? .'.Dog.x for tho eemepuvp«ee 5 also for cxtorrnln.i'.ui^ infoata, and albyini; nil Ir-ltnlo'i ff -.he kla of DftUy Oitile, Calves, Pigs, etc., foe wij'.o'a pucpuwifc (a nSmjjly iuv»:u«b:u. ■FOR SCAB, LICE, TIOK8; and Icieoifl of nil kinds, It Is « moil eflfoctuai. J."-<p. 1 d Li.otonghljrrolloblß at all tlmeu, nod in all o'.im.aes. ' LITTLE'S PATENT'FLUID DIP has * worM-w'de repjUtlon of. the Klghpot Dvivi be charaater; It hasreoalved more Oi.iLD itud SILVJfiLi MitDiL/5 .ftfu. AWARDS OFKyCELLBUr ffl AND MERIP ttua'rei-tupi ali th* o'hef ihtrpD'ru uttogethei AGENT FOB ASHBTJKTON COUNTS GEO, JAMESON '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2421, 5 May 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2421, 5 May 1890

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