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Inventions Protected. . » During the fortnight ending May 81h, Messrs Baldwin and Eayward, Patent Attorneys, Wellington (Canterbury representative A. H. Hart, Gloucester Street, Christ-church), prepared and filed the following applications for protection under | the Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks ! Act :—H. J. Horstmann, U.S.A., improvements m mercury vapour amalgamators ; Edwards and Larsen, Auckland, adjusfc- ! able window-sash ; C. D. Lightb'and, Welj lington, device for detecting the broaching : of cases ; R. Craig, Wellington, Trademark i " Hen,] " ; Globe Proprietary, Auckland, construction of washing utensils; Paul Cock, Auckland, detergent powder; J. C. i Dallas. Wanganui, handle-fastener 5 E. S. ! Jones. England, treatment of coated ! paper; E. B. Toomath, Wellington, process ■ and apparatus for treatment of flax ; Jas. Shepherd and T. B. Robertson, Dunedin, suction dredge machinery ; C. E. E. Smith, Auckland, flax-dressing machinery;" H. 11. Seaton, Wellington, Trade Mark " Yankee Hustle" ; Jones and Coleman, Auckland, Trade Mark " Juco " ; H. S. Anderson, Dunedin, hatpin ; H. H. Gail, U.S.A., telephone transmitters ; Paul Bock, Auckland, Trade Marks "Uro " and " Sando "; Thos. Macalpine, London, refining oils ; E. F. B. Kenyon, England, - peelers for potatoes, etc; Paul Bock, Auckland, Trade Marks " Ant " and "B "; P. W. Grocke. Melbourne, spring fire-tongs ; Quertier and Armstrong, Dunedin, flash-light apparatus; Armstrong and Quertier, Dunedin, flashlight powder ; P. Bock, Auckland, attaching packets to show cards; J. A. Forbes, I Christchurch, domestic baths; J. and lE. Lindsay, Dunedin, trolley-pole ; J. H. Every, Dunedin, shovel; David Rait, Hurchison, wire mattrass; A. S. Paterson, Melbourne, centrifugal liquid separators j W. Hi;: Spilled iVictoria, combined cream separator and milk cooler. " Progress," an : illustrated monthly journal devoted to invention and progress m all departments of science and industry ; first number will appear shortly, subscription 6s per year. Full particulars obtainable from the Editor, caro Baldwiu and Rayward, Patent Attorneys, Wellington. Branch offioes at Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Invereargill, etc. To be Depended Upon. ■ + BECAUSE IT IS THE EXPERIENCE OF A CITIZEN AND CAM READILY BE INVESTIGATED. A stranger lost m a large city would place far more dependence on the directions given him by a local resident than on the guidance of another stranger like himself. This is a natural consequence of experience, it's like a ship m a strange port. A trusty pilot familiar with the harbour, is always called upon to bring her safely to her mooring s. So it is with the endorsement; we doubt the sayings of people living at distant points because we can't investigate, but public expression of local citizens can. be depended on, for it is an -easy matter to prove it. Mrs Tutty, of Seafield Road, this town, says :■—" I have notliia? but good to fay of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills-. In the first, place I u«ed them myself for a weak and aching buck. This trouble was chrouic with rae, but these pills cured it. I hkve been quite free of this pain ever since taking them. Seeing how they acted mmy case I gave them to my daughter, who was suffering from aches and pains all over her, j most particularly about the back. lam pleased to say that they proved most beneficial m her caso as well. Friends of mine who complaiued of pains m the back have also used these pills, and they all say that Doan's Backache Kidney Pills have c»red them. They seem to suit everybody. 1 got I the pills at the Ashburton Drug Go's store. I See that the word " backache "is m the name. Do not be satisfied with any imitation of Doan's Pills. Remember it is Doan's Backache Kidney Pills which Mrs Tutty recommends, and if you suffer as she did you want the same remedy. Doan'sßackache Kidney Pills are sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 3s per box, or will be posted on receipt of price by Foster, McClollan Co., 76 Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W. But be sure they are Doan's. . Ladies' Tailoring.— Wo are now making a speciality of this department. Ladies who appreciate a good fit, good work and up-to-date neat and durable costumes, jackets, etc, at very moderate prices, are respectively invited to inspect our new Autumn and Winter goods. "The Ladies' Tailor" magazine and fashion plates from London every month. —Craighead & Bebbtman. Discount Tickets given with all cash purchases of Groceries at John Ore & Co.'s

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6567, 11 May 1905

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6567, 11 May 1905

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