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BUSINESS NOTICEb Facts About a Watch. THE Balance Wheel of an average Watch makes 800 vibrations every minute, 18,000 each hour, 432,000 m a day, or 157,788.000 per year. At each vibration of the Balance Wheel it makes about 1-1 revolutions ; and it iB thus seen that the stait on which the Balance Wheel is mounted makes about 236,682,000 revolutions on its bearings m one year. One drop of oil is sufficient to lubricate two hundred of such bearings and the greatest delicacy of touch ia required to plane it where needed. A locomotive running at the rate o? one mile per minute would, without stopping, have to run two years before the shaft of the driver would make as many revolutions as the balance shaft of a watch make 3 m one year. And yet some people wonder why a watch ever needs denning and oiling. It is not advisable to allow a watch to run longer than two years without attention. i For Skilful Eepairs, try— Somerset Buildings, Ashburton. A Few Pertinent Reasons why the Phonograph is the Best Talking Machine to Buy. EIE.ST— There is an absence of the annoyiuing scratching sound to be heard m all disc machines. SECOND -The Phonograph Eecords may be pliyed 1000 times without noticeable deterioration; a disc record played half that number of times would have degeucrttted into a dismal wheeze. THIKD—-The Phonograph has no Needle to change after evory tune. FOURTH—Any size of Horn may be used to suit a large or small room. FIFTH—Any Deaf person may enjoy the Phonograph by attaching Hearing Tubes. SIXTH — You can Make your own Records; this is impossible on & disc machino. SEVENTH— The advertiser, who has had a large experience with all kinds of Talking Machines, uses the Phonograph m his own home, and his advice is : Buy the machine that eing3 sweetly, gives you no trouble, and will last practically for ever. A. T. H. WILLIAMS. Bookseller, Stationer, Etc., East; Street r "~ " Headaches and dizziness. They started with a cold on my chest. I neglected it, and m a week or so was worse in- ' stead of better. The cold 1 gradually spread through my I system. Nervousness and an " any-how-sort-of-an-appetite " resulted. Wife said, • Why don't you try LANE'S EMULSION?' I did, and m a fortnight was as well as ever. " Land's did it." 144 INSIST UPON YOUR GROCER % SUPPLYING % NELSON.MOATE&C* _ TUBUCTEST. | HARVESTERS OUK SUITS I ARE Made Well | Wear Well I AND | Look Well. {McDonald & Co. - BURNETT ST is ca^3Baa«3iißmaßg«eßwiHM»aiiii 11 we—aw— mim !T. H. ELLIOTT, West Street. TELEPHONE 83, ASHBUETON. Coals m Stock— Newcastle, Westport, Mount Somers (new and old) Purponga, East Grita, Palmain, Coke, AGENT ALLANDALB COAL CO. Posts, Rails, Stakes, Firewood. All at Lowest Current rates. Orders promptly attended to. A trial will convince. Orders for Truck Loads sent to any Station ADMIEAL Blue the Beat Blue. g. HIP PICKLES are the best

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6551, 20 April 1905

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