■' SANDER AND SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT.—In protection of the world wide fame our manufacture has acquired all over the globe, We publish the following :— Hazard, M.D., Professor of General Pafho\pgy '. and Diseases .pi the Mind and Nervous System, saj'S m an editorial published m the " Clinical Record "•:—" We have examined half-a-dozen specimens of. different manufactures; the preparation of Sander and Sons Vras the only one that proved to be reliable arid corresponding to scientific tests." Another concoction called '' Refined Extract of Eucftjyptuß" has made its appearance since. Tliis product stands, according tbDr b'wen, foremost m causing injurious effects That gentleman communicates, at a meeting of the Medical Society of Victoria, that a child living at Fitzjoy became most seriously indisposed through its use. In another case a lady states on the strength of statutory declaration that she suffered cruelly from the effects of the same concoction. To guard tie high reputation of our manufacture itQ warranted m exposing the above factn, and desires the public to exercise care and precaution, when buying, SANDER and SON 4 (Advt.) 7 As the wheel of time has again ushered m the busy spring, and to be prepared f* supply the requirements of Nature and of their numerous patrons, Messrs J. Scaly and Co, have completed their selection of seeds, which are of the choicest samples obtainable, and which include clovers, turnips, mangolds, carrots, rape, perennial ryegrass, cocksfoot, elephant swede, gardeo and flower seeds m endless variety, and garden requisites of every description. For the convenience of patrons wno cannot make their purchases during the day the premises will be open to nine p.m. on Saturday evenings on and after the IGth August.—(Advt.) A new tenor, with a voice of extraordinary bowpj.' and compass, has been discovered m the German Village of Teshcn, where he has followed the hwri^blo occupation of a hairdresser. , His name j» Ka«t<?r- The range ' of hi? organ is two octaves, and he takes the J C sharp m the upper regiater witli the utmost ease. As a matter of course, operatic managers are already on his tract.
MEETING OF ELECTORS, MR W. C. WALKER TNVlTE'S''the Electors of Ashburton ? to meet him m the Oddfellows' Hall, THURSDAY EVENING, October 9, ; at 8 p.m. , 10J35 : l ■'*■.. ,'' _______»#
TO STAND AT OWNER'S FARM AND TRAVEL THE WAKANUI RAKAIAAND ASHBURTON DISTRICTS. 1 fpHE Purebred Entire Clydesdale :- i- KELVIN KELVIN is » bay horse by Prmce Royal imported from Victoria, dam Bess, b"y StSon, imported by the late Johk ; £4 4s Oroomage fee ss, payable ■ iret ! service. . , t I For further pai-ticiilnra and cards,— JOH^GILMOUR, Proprietor, k jOggg WftbWWi.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2536, 6 October 1890
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2536, 6 October 1890
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