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WJTM TEETH AITI.'JUT TCDTtt THE CHRIS rOHCRCH DENTAL SURGERY, i Corner of Cashel and High streets. O ~|^j"YERS AND /^OJ SURGEON DENTIST \ And at Duriedin and Westport * WE have gained the FIRST AWARBj at the Dunedin" Exhibition fof Artificial Dentures and Mechanical Applif ftncesfor the Mouth, and it'is with the greatest confidence that we guarantee the highest class work and perfect fit at the most moderate cos A Single Artificial Tooth, 30s. Comple . Set — Upper • and Lowertemporary and permanent, £10 10s. Natural, Durable, Comfortable Artificial; Teet h! Replaced Temporarily all most< immediately after the extraction, of decayed teeth or stumps without extr# cc or charge. ) Arrangements can be made for part ot monthly payments. < ADMINISTERING NITROUS pXp)S j 3AS several times daily for the past teii years, we fearlessly, assert that extraction j of teeth under its influence is perfectly painless and positively safe \ Fee for Administration, ss. i . Extraction, 2s 6d. , j Artificial Teeth and Dentures made by' other dentists repaired or remodelled at small cost W. I EicgstOD, ~ WILLS STREET, NEXT COOKSON'S STABLES, ASHBURTON, HAS had three years' experience with Thomas Talbot, M.R.C.V.S., o^ Scotland Yard two years with Cornelius Saunderson, M.R.C.V.S., Clapham Com! mon, and ten years with George Balls! M.R.CV.S., Brixton, all of London | and has also gained a good reputation mi the Colony. ... \ Our specialty is well-known to be «u< ability and knowledge of the horse's footi In a well ordered shoeing forge the following standard rules will always be observed ■:—, < ■•■■ " . = 1. A shoe should never be removed withoutj first cutting off the clinches, because bjij simply turning back the clinch m drawing the nail a piece of the clinch is often left m the foot, endangering the horse when" the newshoe comes, to be driven oil. ! •2. The frog and bars require lio cutting m a| regularly attended foot. And m a hoafthj* foot Where there are no symptoms of navicular disorder, the sqle should not b«i cut, ' . ' ......'...,. ■ ! 3, The shite should have a level bearing upon! the wall of the foot, aud should not baf sprung at the Heel,' as is" too common,! -thereby acting as >:a fearful lever upon the] tendons , . i 4, The nails should be driven level and uni-| form, and only on the toe side of the inside, quarter, the i'oot being thinner upon the inside and the greater weight of the body being sustained tliere. There is no comparison points of quality between the hand-made and the machinemade shoe. The machine-made shoe is of « coarser material, softer, and it imported, audit should be insisted upon that they be not used m the colony^ C AL BIU/OKE CHEMIST, EAST STREET ASHBUKTON "ORKSCKIBES Foi COUGHS, 3OLDS EHEIJMATXSM, SKIN DISEASES, AND Other Minor Ailments BROOKE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, Is Per Box, Is the best all round Fimily Mcd icine. TAMES PAIN AND SJtNTS 9. St. Marr Axe, E.C., and 21, Walworfch Road, S.E. WHOLESALE AND EXPORT FRE-1 WORK MANUFACTURERS. Shippers supplied on the most reasonable terms. LlO, Lls, L2O, and L 25 Cases suitable ' for every Market. , The Largest Wholesale Home inthe World: II ustrated Price List oh application. I HEATING'S POWDER. KEATING S POWDER. KEATING^ POWDER. KEATING'S POWDER. KEATING'S POWDER. KEATING S POWDER. rBUGS, FLEAS, kills] moths, BEETLES, HARMLESS TO ANIMALS. HARMLESS TO ANIMALS. /"BUGS, FLEAS, KILLS (MOTHS, . BEETLES, [mosquitoes, but is unrivalled m destroying FLEAS BUGS, COCKROACHES, BEETLES | MOTHS, m FtJRS. and every other,] sjieoies of insect Sportsmen will find \ this invaluable :for destroying floas in* their dogs, as also ladies for, their pet' doss. ' The PUBLIC are CAUTIONED thai packages of the genuine ppwder bear, the| autograph of THOMAS KEATING. Soldj m Tinronly.^ -. ; •■ ■; ■■!;';.' r;-< _; KEATING'S WORM TABLETS, i | KEATING'S WORM TABLETS, \ KEATING'S 'WORM TABLETS, i- ■ \ A FCRKLY TEGBTABtB SWBBTMBAT^ both Ul| appearance and taste, furnishing a agreeable method of administering the! onlf certain remedy for intsstjsjai, or; tbrrab WORMfSi It is » perfectly 8»f«| iind mild preparation, and is especially \ adapted for Children. Sold-m Tins by> ftl V^opwS' THOMAS «ATING, \

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2553, 25 October 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2553, 25 October 1890

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