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Addikgton Market. — The following local sales were made at the Addington stock market on account of local farmers: —Fat lambs—Mr John Stubbs, Rakaia, 60 at 16s 4d to 18s 3d ; Mr C. Sprey, Highbank, 44 at 16s 7d to 18s 3d; Mr K. Campbell, junr., Dromore, 50 at 16s 9d; Mr S. Cox, Lyndhurst, 70 at 183 lOd to 193 lid ; Mr T. Scaly, Carew, 215 at 17s 9d to 18a 6d. Fat sheep—For Mr J. Withell, Ealing, 34 crossbred at 23s 6d to 24s lOd, 149 halfbred at 23s Id to 24s 9d ; Mr J. Hunt, Ashburton, 60 at 22e 3d to 23s 9d. An effort is being mado by the Ashburton Eetail Traders' Association to get permission to hold the Prince of Wale 3* Birthday on Monday, June sth, instead of Saturday, June 3rd, The Mayor of Timaru has appointed Jun c sth next a public holiday for the celebration of the Princo of Wales' Birthday. Mr H. Sfcephenson will offer on Saturday a quantity of household furniture andeffects; also thirty purebred black Orpingtons. The workmen engaged m constructing the main from the Gas Works to the Old Men's Homo are making good headway with the excavations. A MOST HONOURABLE DISTINCTION The " Western Medical Keview," a medical publication of the highest standing, says m a recent issue: "Thousands of physicians m this and other countries have attested that Sender and Sons' Eucalypti Extract is not only absolutely reliable, but that it has a pronounced and undisputable superiority over all other preparations of eucalyptus." Your health is too precious to be tampered with, therefore reject all products foisted upon you by unscrupulous mercenaries, and insist upon getting Sander and Sons' pube volatile Eucalypti Ext eact, the only preparation reconv mended by your physician and the medical press. Use 3 as mouth wash regularly m the morning (3 to 5 drops to a glass of water) it prevents decay of the teeth, and is a sure protection against all infectious fevers such as typhoid, malaria, _ etc. Catarrh of the nose and throat is quickly cured by gargling with same. Instantaneous relief produced m colds, influenza, diplr theria, bronchitis, inflammation of the lv ngs and consumption, by putting 8 drops of Sander and Sons' purexvolatiiiE Euca* lypti Extract into a cupful of boiling water and inhaling tne arising steam. Diarrhoea, dysentery, rheumatism, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs, quickly cured by taking 5 to 15 drops internally 3 to 5 times daily. Wounds, ulcere, sprains, skin diseases it heals without inflammation when painted ov Wood's Great Peppermint Care, for Coughs and Colds never faile.°tlß 6d

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6573, 18 May 1905

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6573, 18 May 1905

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