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/•niNWALD AND XLOV »T MOT7NT SOMEFS AND OAYBND , y ,\ , j HOYAL MAIL GOAOB.. ; The above Ooaoh le&ren Rood'i hok >r Oavendish Railway Station every <ta|, aaeeting each tttAu, Paoaei.gers by mosnlng train m*? pso .eed by oowh to Alferd yeseutj tberioe to , vlo<:hven in time fos the ls>at tritln fo? vhfflaiohuroh, 01 may letarn In time fos ilio last train for A(hbuiton. Farb«!« tn^ Ordero will receive evei >.tiautlon, Rflras and Baggies on Wse, j ;.« ' JOHN HOOD j OR \OOUGHS, GOLDS, Bronotjltls", j Aathma, Inflneasa, Oonsssiiptioti, &o 1 KAY'S Oompoand Essence of Liaiaed, Anisoed, Beneg», Squill, Tola, etc, with Ohlorodyne; D 17"AIT'S fJoinpoaadi .» deaialseafc expso LV toraat, for Ooagh«, ooldi' widohfli. j oonnplalnts. } 17" AY'S OompoanJ, for Ooughi and Ooldl l\ !■ equally serviceable foi Jlorsei »nd Oattle. r . KAY'B Tlo Pilli, a spoolfio In Neur»li?la, Face-ajhe, eto, Qont«ina Quinine, Iron, etc . rHOAGULINE; ■■— Oameni fot Biokpn \) artlolea, . ; Sold Evapywhere. s -' • ' Sole Makers-^- V- ' ■ . i KAY BUOTkSRS, Llm., j' ' \ Stook'po? England. THE WALKER

Cork Extractor. Pronounced the best Mechanical Cork : . Extractor ia the Market, an It pulli i ' the Cork the easiest, and removes it quickcs from the Screw. Its use prevents the agitation of carbonated >t other beverages, and allows* the sediment o remain undisturbed in the bottiC; Designed for the use of hotels, restaurants, itloowj, dubs and families. Ornamental in ippearance and full nickel plrted.,'Special terms to jobbers. Manufactured by the S. WALKER tfOOL COMPANY, Our Gas Governor/ r ■ -fiE American Gas saving 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 reducing the pressure from the street mains, and keeping it uniform in the pipes throughout the building, thereby preveating blowing and waste at the burners, causing them i > give a. steady and brilliant light, at the si ne time saving from 15 to 50 per cent of the g is. These GOVERNORS are in use » all the Public Buildings at Washington, iuclu-fug the Capitol, where they were placed after competitive tests against all comers, including the mercury and glycerine machines; on the Manhattan Elevated Railway, wbflte they have saved over $75,000 since 1884, saving Si 1,519.37 in five months; the Mutual Life, New Voik Life, Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company's, Astor House, Sinclair Housed and many other public and private buildings. Our machines are guaranteed for rive years. We guarantee a large per eentage of saving over any others. All ommunications will receive -a rompt attention' The price is nomlaal, and is more than covered the first year by tli saving ia gss, Send for pamphlets. Agents wanted.

AMERICAN GAS SAVING CO,, No. 23. DEY STRSJIT Vor , U.S.A. "fISTTOSSTF MtLBOUKMt^i" - Should OonttUt the jsSr@£ Wall-known and Buo- ' kuvoue, Puiun IW ft**olllo OoxruiiTi. nKpHLa^P^ ' Cure gw%r«miic4, fsJjsj&^ VKKX COHaUXiTATXOK. Wr §8 Flinders 8L W,, Mafbourn*. mOWLK'fI PENNYROYAL AND X STEEL PILLatfOR FEMALES quickly oorrebt all irregvrlwitles, and relieve the distressing symptoms so prevalent with the sex. Boxes Is Ud and 2b 9d, 'of ft'l Ohemlatß and Patent Medicine Vendors, Peapared only by The Llnooln nud M'dland Ooantiea Drag Co., Lincoln Englaua. Wholesa'e of all the Wholesale Hoaaes Beware of Imitations. |

04SH|QU0TATI0NS I'OR ORDERS" PLOMS PLUMS / tfrom 2d per lb, APPLES APPLSv From Id per lb, OTHER FRUITS Equally Cheap, * POTATOES In Large or Small Lota, CHEAP. -ATR AFDELL'S CORNS &BUNIB'S |g2S^A^£jK| r olthor Corns'or should W H&mllm^H - (*«e'these l^iiKHSilT?3l^ 1*11 Llttl° LjiiKl|ajKJ Plwtors. They firlvd euo 111 I IHIIHiWU J t at onco, MHNMIS eoaerally Hnl|yillVn| ourlngr ia a few RM!H99| Prioo li lid por box, of til Obemlitf. AGENCY— ' • ' ! ' 32, HASiLTOJf SQ,, BIRK ~ LOMU.BEAOB, ,*~ T" ONGBSAOh Royil Mail : Coach JLj leave! Lobgbeaoh' for .Asbburtqn (Snhdny« exceptod) ftt-7.30,am., W*ter--ton 8,10 » m., Aibtoo 8,15 'Mim^ Wheatatone 8.30 a.m , artlylt>g i in Aebbattcn n tlaie for the North or South "Truiri, Theoonch le»ve» the Post Office ißhfenfton, »t 5 pjin , attUlng atLongbosoh Ji 7 3Op,tc, Paroelsor orders left at nry of the fibove places will reoejve itrlct atten'tioD. Fare*—SlDgle farte 3s Cd reto'a 53. C. WJSE, COBCtItJUJ

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2435, 27 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2435, 27 May 1890

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