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■'pleihyALD AND itfOOtfT 8041 M I 4. ." . " KAILWAI. .. | 1' SOMSI S ThS> OAVJBHDian ftOYAL fiIAIL OOAOU. I Tbo obovt Cloiush' loaves HoocVi hotn or Cswe&ciUh Raitasy Station e»'O.;y «iay. -neeting oach txtAn, ' ■ ' - Pssso^gtfea <by morning tfaln may pro ;and by aoaoh to Alford "Voreti, thence to VTfithvon in time foi tho latt train fot Oheliitohr.rnh, or stay irctnru In time ioi ho list train for Aahburton. Pireoli anC Orcten wiil rooeivo evei ittcntion- Wimb and Bugesoaon hiie. La JOHIT HOOD OR 00UG3S, COLDS, BronohitTa] Asthma, Intluansa, Oonaar.ip*?or\, &.a KAY'S Compound Ssseoce of Liciaod, AnUeed, 3enega, SquJll, Tola, etc., ■with ObJorodyne. KAF'S Oooipoaad, a datnalaont oxpoc ■ torau't, for 'Joagas, xuldu »ni ohpo ecraplalnta. T7" AY'S Oompoand, for Ooughi and Golds IV Is ?qn»lEf nerVicaable £6« Horaei and Oattle, KAY'S Tic Pijia, a spocific In Neuralgia,' Faoe-ashe, eto. Oonttinß Qalnine, Iron, eto, ( nOAGULINH. — Oeraea. for Cioken \f aitlciei. Sold Evarywhara. . Solo Makers— KAY BROT3B RS, Llai., ■ Stoskpo? Bai>lKnd.

THE WALKER Cork Extractor. . Pronounced the best Mecharictl Cork ' Extractot in the Market, an it pulls ths Cork the easiest, and removes .it quickcs from the Screw. ■ Its use prevents the agitation of carbonated < or other beverages, and allows'the sediment to remain undisturbed in the botuc. Designed for the use of hotels, restaurants, salobbh, dubs and families.- Ornamental in appearance' and full nickel-plated. Special terms to jobbers. Manufactured by the \ WAL^EE TOOL COMPANY,

Qur ?(jas Governor; ' i-tlE'American (ias s'xTing Company de,A ; 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 re- ' ducing the pressure from the street mains, and keeping: it uniform in the pipes throughout the building, thereby preventing blowing and waste at the burners, causing them i i give a Bteady and brilliant light, at tnc n ne time saving from 15 to 50 per cent of the j»«. These GOVERNORS are in use n all the Public Buildings at Washington, iucht 103 the Capitol, where they were placed ah.c r competitive tests against all comers, includng the mercury and glycerine machines; on the Manhattan Elevated Railway, wbpre they have Jsaved over 875.000 since 1884, ; caving ♦11,519."7'h:_ five :^.,-::*b.i; the Ivlutual Life, New York Liit, l.i\i-i x ■„■,'. sind, London and Globe ; Insurance Company's, Astor House, Sinclair^ House,' and many other public and private buildings. Our "machines are guaranteed for nve years. We guarantee a large per centageof saving over any others. All' ommunicatibns will receive *o rompt aiiention" The price is.^omjjal, ard is. more than covered tut first year by th saving i a gjg, •Send for pamphlets. Agents wanted, AMERICAN; G.ls": SAVING^ 00,, "No. a 3 .DEY"STREBT, N*w Vor , U.S.A.'

.4. 'Should Conttilt the ' ' ;Ojy|p%s WHI-krnwri nr.d S^o- „^ ■:■••'• y- ;.^ ■moucfmin. High Y}^^r Cure juarmiU***, IJJV 7KXB COZfHCTLTATZON. P^sa Ftlndm 81 W,. Hiltourm

fffiOWUK'Sr: PENNYROYAL ; AND 1 STEEL 'PILLS'FOR FEMALES qufokly correct all' inregaUrltles, and relieve the'disttecalcg symptom's bo prevalent with the Bex. 1; ifio^es lisl^d and 2a 9d, of »U Ohemlßtß and Patent Medicine »Vendnw, , Pjri>p»red'o'nty by-Thia 'Lliieoln and M'dland Conntlss "Drag Ob^Xinoqln Bnglaua. i:Whol3S»\ re of all the WhoJeßa)e Hoaies -- Beware of Imitatlotoe. „ $ ■OABpQy,OTATION^>I'OR OHDERS

; PLGMS f PJ&TJMS; From 2d per lb, j, ... From ld*per lb. \ JOT-HER FBUITS ; Equally Cheap, „;. POTATOES In Large op Small Lots, CHEAP. . .. ' . ■ ' , curing In, & tow, If|vv9™p| %^ Prlco Is lid per box, of all Obemlsts. AGENCY— ' 22, HAWLTOS SI., SIRK

IQK(} BE', A 0 H. I" ONGBSACk Koy*l Mall: Coach l^j .leaves Longbeach ton Ashburcon (Snndaya cxcepted) »t 730 a.m., Wa torton 810 a:m-.,<ABhtoD 8,15 a.m., Wheat* ■tone 8.30 a.m , arriving in Aehbarton n tlaao for the North or £outh Tratni , Theooach le»ve» tho Poet Office iehbdrton, at 5 p,m , arriving at Longbeeoh 4 730 p,tn. Purcels or orders lelt at srv of the above placei.wiii receive strict Attention. ;■ Fares-Single fares 3s Cd retura sa. o. Wise, Ooajehmiu 1

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2432, 17 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2432, 17 May 1890

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