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PHOTOGRAPHS^, 218, High Street, Christchurch ABRIDGED~PROSPECTUS Ij ARMERS' UNION GRAIN, PRO j JF DUCE and FINANCE COM , PANY, LIMITED. I To be registered under " The Companies Acts, 1882." CAPITAL, With Power to Increase, £25,000, In £1 Shares, To be Paid for as Follows ;— Is per share on Application, Is per nhare on Allotment, and the balance m calls not to exceed Is per share per month. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS : David Brown, Amberley W. T. Mitchtll, Cashmere William Brown, Shand's Track. Thomas Da-arson, Hornby James Kennedy, Lansdowne John Jtfrears, Halkett , David Hawkins, Yaldhurst T. S. Manson, Teddington F. W. Quaife, Halswell C. H. Walters, Marshland Isaac Sargeant, Ashburton Daniel Brick, Ashburton With Power to Add. BANKERS: The Union Bank of Australia, Limited SOLICITORS : Loughyey and Lane. BROKERS : Baynea Bros. SECRETARY : George Hutchinson The Farmers' Union Grain, Produce, and Finance Company, Limited, is formed as a Union to enable Farmers to combine as a large body of men to do all those things which from time to time are In their general and united interest. The Articles of Association will enabje the Company to buy and sell, import or export all kinds of grain, dairy and other produce, goods, machinery, merchandises, or manufactures, live or dead stock ; tjo buy and sell freehold and leasehold property either on commission or otherwise ; to advance or borrow money on securities of any kind or without the same ; to carry on any kind of retail or wholesale business ; to grind and crush corn or pulse of any sort, to cut chaff, and to transact general mercantile busi ness on commission or otherwise. '>. Th« co-operative principle will be thoroughly carried out m all transactions, and the profits divided amongst the member^ For Prospectuses apply to the Brokers Secretary, who are authorised to recei' c plications for shares and deposits. C. H WALTERS, . Chairman"

LOW VITALITY DR CHURCHILL'S Syrup of Hypophosphite of Lime prescribed 1?y the faculty for the cure of Consumption, \ Chronic Cough and General ; Debility. It containe two of the principal ingredients necessary for building up the Human Frame, and which are considered deficient m the above complaints, viz.,; Phoxphorus and Lime. It cannot be too highly recommended for Delicat Childre Dr Churchill's Compound Syrup o HYPOPHOSPHITES Is real Brain Food, and m cases of Muscular and Nervous Exhaustion has acquired a world-wide reputation. Each bottle bears Dr Churchill's signature Price, 4fr Prepared only by BWAKN riHBMIST WANN \J HE MIST, : Pue Castistlione Paris

THE DISTINGUISHED SPECIALIST BARRON GARDNER, M.8.5.A., TDROFESSOR of Natural Science, and XT author of the following works:— "The Principles and Practice of Medical Botany," " The Rationalistic and Eclectic Treatment of Diseases," " Social Science," etc., has established the GARtiNRR ECLECTIC MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Moray Place, Dunedin, and ispermanently established there for the effectual and permanent cure of all forms of chronic and complicated complaints, nervous Sections and special diseases. CONSULTATION • Personally, or by Letter, FREE !! The author has for the last thirty years directed his attention to the following classes of complaints:—'Fits, epilepsy^ or falling sickness, which he can effectually and permanently cure ; rheumatism, gout, bronchitis, asthma, piles (inwardly or outwardly), ulcerated sore legs, nervous prostration, liver palpitation of the heart, dizziness, noises m the head and ears, loss of energy and appetite, hypochondria, female complaints^ general debility, indigestion, flatulency, incapacity for study or business, sick headache, lassitude, torpidity, shortness of breath, trembling of the hands and limbs, impaired nutrition, mental and physical depression, consumption (stages only), eruptions of the skin, impaired sight and memory, nervous fancies, impoverished blood, nervous debility m all its stages, premature decline ; and all morbid conditions of the system, arising from whatever cause, treated upon eclectic and scientific principles. The author (whose life-long experience, practical method of: treatment and pure" medicines, ensure speedy and permanent cures m all chronic, nervous, and special troubles may be consulted on all diseases requiring skill, confidence, andexperierice f A speedy and perfect life cure is guaran. teed m all oases undertaken, Where doubt exists I frankly inform the sufferer. Inviolable confidence and certain relief are boons I offer to suffering humanity". It is self-evident that a specialist paying particular attention to a class of cases attains great skill, and physicians m regular practice all over the country knowing this, frequently recommend cases to THIS INSTITUTE, where every known appliance is resorted to, and the proved gpod remedies of all ages and! countries are used. On account of the great number of cases applying, the charges are kept low—but the important matter is to secure the skilj and get a speedy and perfect life cure. Medicines forwarded free from observa on. AM. COKRESFONDKNCB HELD SACRID. Cal on, or address BARRON GARDNER: Consultation Daily, J ECLECTIC MEDICAL INSTITUTE, A few doors above the Palace Skating Rink.) MORAY PLACE, DUNEDIN.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2536, 6 October 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2536, 6 October 1890

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