Tho debilitating effects of a 7?arm cliiurifco iv.id oxposuro to all kinds of iveathor rr? suro to bx'ing on disorders of tlio blood and weaken, the system. '' ' A y ~%>^l*\f/f/Nxiur T*lr. Charles Goddess, of Kt. Malcolm,"W. A.', sends us his photograph, and tolls of a sure euro for ShosiO conditions. "For sonw f,bno I bavo heen landlord of tho Itoynl note! in the Sit. Margaret gold • Holds ui.strii-.r, oighsy miles from the nearest railway. I lmv« switt n great deal of Ayer's Sarji:i])uriiln.,and it irivew tho ir.ost universal faciisfaction. When miners, prospectors, and Oohora become run down ijy lack of fresh, vegetables und fruits, and from exposure to all kinds of weather, their blood becomes very impuro and the wholo system greatly woakenecL But is alwava a curs euro. I have known miners to send a hundred milea for it, such is their faith in it." Thcro arc many imitation Rarpaparillas. Do isurc you gee "Aycr's." Ajot's Pill's will f-^t'.y M.I the. notion of the Saraiprtriil:-.. T'i ■? ■■':) nil vegetable, mild, BUjjur-coitOL 1., .mkl easy to take. Prepared by D;. J, C. Aysr Co., Lo?/e.i, Mtor,., U. S. A. NOTICBb T. H. ELLIOTT, West Street. TELEPHONE 83, A3HHURTON. Coals in Stock— i Newcastle, Westport, Mount bomcrs (new and old) Purponga, East Grita, Palmain, Coke. AGENT aLLANDALE COAL CO. Posts, Rails, Stakes, Firewood. All at Lowe-t Current rates. Orders promptly attended to. A trial will convince. Orders for Truck Loads sent to aDyStation Fsicts About a vWakh. rrUiE B.ilancH WViuel of an average JL Watch makes 300 vibrations every minute, 18,000 e;ich hour, 4-3'J.000 in a day, or 157,75S. nOU per year. At each vibration of the' Balance Wheel it makes about 1J revolutions ; and iC i 3 thus s?on that the staff on which the Balance Wheel ir mounted makes about 236,(582,000 revolutions on its hearings in one year. One drop of oil is sufficient to lubricate two hundred of such bearings and tho g-eatest delicacy of touch is re<|iiirod to pla'e ie where needed. A locomotive'unning at the rate of oao mile per iuinute would, wrhout stopping, have to run two years bofoie the shaft of the driver xrould make as many revolutions a3 Ihe balance shaft of a watch makes in one year. And yet some people wonder why a watch ever need^ clexnin^ and oiling. It is nor, advisable to allow a watch to run longer th in twoyeara without attention. For Skilful Eepairs, try— l.s. m: oclukg, Somerset Building?, Ashburton. A Few Pertinent Reasons why the Phonograph is the Best Talking Machine to Buy; FIRST— There is an absence of the annoyining scratching sound to be heard in all disc machines. SECOND—The Phonograph Records may be ptayed 1000 times without noticeable deterioration; a disc record played half that number of times would have degenor- i atpd into a dißmal wheeza. TIIIKD —The Phonograph has no Needle to change after every tune. FOUI4TIE—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 i* impossible on a disc machine. SEV&NTE-~ The advertiser, who has had a large experience with all kinds of Talking Machines, uses the Phonograph in his own home, and his advice is •• Kuy the machine that singg sweetly, gives you no trouble, and will last practically toe ever. A. T. H. WILLIAMS. Bookseller, Stationer, Etc., Ea3t Street FRANK CURTIS, F.P.O.C DOCTOR- OF OPTICS, OCULISTV OPTICIAN, MAT be consulted on all Dafects of the * Eyes remediable with Glasses. | My spacious and newly constructed Consulting Room, lit by artificial light, is fitted with the Newest and most Expensive I ; Optical Instruments, specially imported for j this work. Having thus every convenience for accurate results, and (having passed my degree under the instruction and examination of Celebrated Oculists, patients can r.)ly on their defects being correctly diagnosed, and the proper innses prescribed. CONSULTATION FREE. Children's Eyes a Specialty. Doctor's Prescriptions Accurately Made Up. Charges Strictly Moderate. Victoria Fire-and Marine Insurance Company, Limited. MR H. D. AOLAND, Solicitor, Burnett Street, has been appointed AGENT for the above Company at Ashburton, vice Mr C. J. Styohe, resigned. JOHN F. GRIERSON, Manager Canterbury Branch. EOR LUNCHEON AND AFTERNOON TEA Try " KIA OBA " ROOMS. TANCRED STREET (Opposite Union Hauk. 9a.m. fco7 p.m. Daily; Saturdays 9 p.m. <__83_ 4 .fsP.iTY Root Polish is splendid.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6554, 26 April 1905
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