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Public Notices. ' LAND FOR CROPPING. /H OOD Land for WHEAT and OATS. 7*141 JOHN G. RESTELL. T O'S.T one long-haired, black and tan I J Sheep Dog. Any one found detain^ ing him will be prosecuted. Apply "Mail" Office, Ashburton. 7; 144 . CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. ~fc A EMBERS of the Ashburton CaleJVs. donian Society are reminded that the next Ingleside Meeting will be held m the Oddfellows' Hall on FRIDAY, July 25th, at 8 p.m. Mr Donald McLean gives a prize of £2 2s to tho best waltzers (lady and gentleman.) J. SEALS", 7*99 Secretary. " CONTRACT PLOUGHING. npENDi'jRS are invited for Ploughing 1 about 300 Acres Sbubble Land at Barford. Tenders close on FRIDAY at noon. For. particulars apply 71137 SAMUEL HUME. TINWALD COAL and FIREWOOD DEPOT. JA /'"ILOTHIER begs to inti- • _iIA-. v^ mate that he has opened a retail produce store at Tinwald, and has for sale—Flour, Bran, Sharps, Chickwheat, Feed Oats, Oaten Sheaf, and Straw Chaff, Potatoes, etc. Also Prime Household COALS, AT ASHBURTON PRICES 7*j)6 19th July, 1890. TO DR. KUREEM BUX, (Indian Doctor). SIR,— I am pleased to be able to state ! that the Lumbago, from which I have been suffering for six years, has been .perfectly cured m two weeks by your i treatment. ; Yours Truly, C. RYEL, Ashburton. ; Dk Kukeem Jtiux can be Consulted at Mr Thomas Birch's, Corner of Park and Wills Street. Hours—lo to I'l a.m., and I 2 to 6 p.m., Saturdays till 10 p.m. TTIOR the Blood is the Life-Clark's world JJ famed Blood Mixture, warranted to cleanse the blood from all impuritios from whatever causes arising. For scrofula scurvey, skin and blood diseases, and sores of all kinds its effects are marvellous. Thousands of testimonials. Sold m bottles 4s 6d, and 11s each by chemist and patent medicine vendors everywhere I Sole proprietors : The Lincoln and Mid land Counties Drug Co., Lincoln England limnm^wwiiium'iH'oiiNiwiMiririrn— rum muiiiMjiiinnnitrnrrnim MR P." THOMAS." ALTERATION OF DATE FRUIT, FOREST, and ORNAMENTAL TREES BULLOCK'S ARCADE. MR D. THOMAS has received instructions from Messrs Gordon Bkos., of Anderson's Bay Nursery, Dunedin, to Sell by Public Auction at Bullock's Arcade, on SATURDAY, JULY 26th, At 12 o'clock, 0K n Choice ROSE TREES. OH A GOOSEBERRY and CURZi\)\J RANTS. 1 P\ C\ FRUIT TREES, and a large J_ t) \J quantity of Forest and Flowering Shrubs. D. THOMAS, 7*124 Auctioneer. STEPHENS BROS. MAEKET HOUSE ARE desirous of inviting their Patrons and the Public to purchase thoir NEW TEAS just to hand, which are marvellous value. The Indian and Ceylons are simply perfect with a choice infusion of high-class China. These TEAS will be sold pure m any size packages or m bulk according to the wants and wishes of our Customers ; bo that lovers of the cup that cheers and invigorates will be well repaid by giving u,i acall, when we will use every effort to give SATISF A C T I 0 N We would also add that, we have still on hand a small supply of our PATENT DOUBLE REFINED KEROSENE But as the demand is so increasing we would urge intending Purchasers to order early. All Orders by Post will have prompt attention. Any Customers m Town waited upon if requested. All Orders delivered m Town or Suburbs. Q T BPHENS T)BQ8 O TE P HE N S ±J R O S MARKET HOUSE, ASHBURTON.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2473, 24 July 1890

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2473, 24 July 1890

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