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I Public Notices. EJB PAINT m the —WORLD—" Any shade from Pnre Whit* to Jet Black. A COMBINATION of the purest »»int with India Rubber, forming »smooth, glossy, firm, durable, elastic and beautiful Paint, unaffected by change of temperature, is perfectly waterproof, and adapted to all classes «f work, and is m every way a better.paint for either inside or outsid* painting than any other paint m th» <world. Being from ©ne-third to one-fourth cheaper and lasting at leasfe three times as long as the best lead and oil paints. Be sur« that our tirade mark on every package. Prepared and ready for vie and sold by the hallon only. There has never been a pain* offered the public that has become so popular (m the same time) and given a» perfect satisfaction as the Rubber Paint. D O G S. \/F ANY years eince we had the pleasnre IVI to introduce to the public the BUFFALO MEAT DOGS BISCUITS, now so extensively used m the principal kennels of the world. Sino« that time we have mad« many importance Improvements m their manufacture —improvements not of the natur* of vegetable compounds which may b« added to any food of a trifling cost, but of the nature to produce good hard flesh and muscle, ingredients which no other Biscuit or Dog Food possesses, and for which we have received numerous medals and high recommendations, amongst which wt may mention that of Professor Da Zurn, who after many careful analysis and experiments pronounced these biscuits to be of the greatest excellence, and to contain double the quantity of nourishment that is to be found m the flesh, thus farming the best and most successful food for dogs that is possible to produce. It is important to notice that every biscuit is stamped—"Buffalo Meat, Trade Mark," the quality of which we guarantee. Twenty, ■hillings per c wt, carriage paidj SOLB MANUFACTURERS, W. G. CLARK & SONS, ANCHOR PATENT BISCUIT WORKS, LIMEHOUSE, LONDON, E.C. ESTAT-JJSHBD 1851. BRANCH OFFICE k FACTORY. 754 Washington Street, New York. ABSOLUTE PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE. Manufacturers of VULCAN PAINT | AN» SOTERIA. Absolute protection against extens.onS of fire. Color cards and test shingles with instruc tions and proofs of on materials furnished,

THE WALKER CORK EXTKACTOK. Pronounced the belt Mechanical Cork Extractor m the M»rke*, as il pulls the Cork th« easiest, and removes it quickest from the Screw. Its tire prevents the agibfction of carbonated or other beverageu, and allows the sediment to remain undisturbed m the bottle. Designed tor the use of hotels, restaurants, saloons, clubs and families. Ornamental m appearanae and full nickel plated. Special terms to jobbers. Manufactured by the E. WALKER TOOL COMPANY THE ASHBTJBTON FUENITUEE WAEEHOUBE TANORED STREET. PICKFORD and UNDRILL have a large and carefully selected stock of FURNITURE now on view, including Suites, Sofas, Couches, Chests Drawers Chairs, etc., etc., of their own manufaoure from well seasoned materials. Iron Bedsteads m various patterns. BeSpS mim" aof TpERAMBULATORS, ust tho thing for the holidays. A Choicb Assortment of CHINA, GLASSWARE, AND ORNAMENTS! Vary uitable for Christmas presents JUST ARRIVED. Ex "WAKEFIELD." A consignment of Assorted CHAIRS AND FANCY GOODS. INSPECTION FREELY INVITED Furniture designed and made to order at shortest notice —Note the address — TANCRED STREET Opposite the Arcade ASHBURTON COaL & FIREWOOD DEPOT. R 8. jßlan, COAL * FIREWOOD MERCHANT OATS BEAN GHAF'B 1 ET '. ETC

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2483, 5 August 1890

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2483, 5 August 1890

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