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IOGEAPHBiixS^ 218, High Street, Christchurch. PAINT in the —WORLD - Any shade from Pnre White to"Jet Black. A COMBINATION of the purest paint with India Rubber, forming a smooth, glossy, firm, durable, elastic and beautiful Pftint, unaffected by change of temperature, is perfectly waterproof, and adapted to all classes of work, and is In every way a better paint for either inside or outside painting than any other paint in the world. Being from one-third to one-fourth cheaper and lasting at least three time «*s long as the best lead and oil paints. Be sure that our trade mark on every package. Prepared and ready for use and sold by the hallon only. There has never b^en a paint offered the public that has become so popular (in the game time) »nd given as perfect satisfaction as the Rubber Paint. '' JENSEN'S PRIZE MEDAL COD LIVER OIL. MADE ONLY FROM THE FRESHEST LIVERS TASTELESS, DIGESTIBLE THE "ASHBURTON GUARDIAN/. Published Daily, Offices t Burnett Street, Ashburto Printing of every deactiption, mc ing Billheads' Momos Pamphlets Handbills, i Invitation Cards Menus Race Cards Receipt ForiliS Posters, Opera Dodgers Mourning Carr Horse Cards, Ball Programmes Concert Programmes in

THE DISTINGUISHED SPECIALIST BARRON GARDNER, M.8.5.A., ' PROFESSOR of Natural Science, and author of the fo!'owing works :* — "The Principles and Practice of Medical Botany," " The Rationalistic and Eclectic Treatment of Diseases," " Social Science," etc., has established the GARDNER JSnLECTIC MJWIGAL INSTITUTE, . Moray Place, Dunedin, and ispennanently established there for the effectual and permanent cure of all forms of chronic i and complicated complaints, nervous i flections and special diseases. CONSULTATION Personally, or by Letter, FREE!! I The author has for the last thirty years directed his attention to the following classes of complaints :—Fits, epilepsy, or tailing sickness, which he can effectually and permanently cure ; rheumatism, gout, bronchitis, asthma, piles (inwardly or outwardly), ulcerated sore legs, nervous prostrat'on, liver complaints, palpitation of the het.rt, dizziness, noises in the heart and oars, loss of energy and appetite, j hypochondria, female complaints, general debility, indigestion, flr.uulency, incapacity for study or business, sick headache, assiiude, torpidity, shortness of breath, rembling of the hands and limbs, imatred nutrition, nental and physical epression, consumption (stages only), and eruptions of the skin, impaired sight and memory, nervous fancies, impoverished blood, nervous debility in allots stages, premature decline ; and all morbid cond*. Jons of the system, arising from whatever cause, treated upon eclectic and ucientific principles.. The author (whose life-long experience, practical method of treatment and pure medicines, ensure speedy and permanent cures in all chronic, nervous, and special troubles may *jc consulted on all diseases requiring skill, confidence, and experience , A speedy and perfect life cure is guaran teed in all cases undertaken. Where doubt exists I frankly info?.m the sufferer. Inviolable confidence and certain relief e»re boons I odffer to suffering humanity. It is self-evident that a specialist paying particular attention to a class of cases attains greit skill, and physicians of regular practice all over the countin knowing this, frequently recommend cas: y io THIS INSTITUTE, where evere known appliance is reso ted to. and the proved good remedies of all ages and countries are used. On Hccounfc of the great number of cases applying, the charges are kept low—but the important matter is to secure the skill and get a i speedy and perfect life cure. Medicines forwarded free from obscrva on. Atl/ COBRBSI'OJWKJSC*; HELD SAURBO. Cul on, or addtoss BARRON GARDNER. \ Consultati;;;: Daily, JECLECT3C It!ED] VAh lb.k Til VIE. ■ A few doors above the Palace Skating Rink.) -#OUAY PJ.Awfc}, DUNEDIN. ■'

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2560, 3 November 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2560, 3 November 1890

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