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The Little ilinfeer Bottle ~< In Which Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills are Packed. The Family Medicine of Thousands ■jijjgjg jg no more familiar bottle than the little amber one, tho contents of which f ■••'■■^fe^igv minister alike to C*^?*?sl|§|l? the rich and to tbe jfl »poor. It; is to bo I® i)|j found ovory where, jg f|j|s| and where it goos j»^—:^??l!L on<*B it stnjfi v^^^^^^^w Thousands? of p«i - I " iSKsiiT H mJ n B y a'M t bo" ar u£ itSSTrSr iniwt "nd pop-'-- .«« WHOLE Pitt OI3SOUV6O 55*28 lnvitp ~*<"iWV HIM lIS IN SWEETENED WATER. 3s! ', J' •' •" S B II ntirt**'a *$$ . 'i ho v I p|| kee t'lh" *■")•«! piri in if tbe (>is:estion rihl it fehwi j.,^ " __.- J _d^*^ assimilation of food , Th o mavvflllons oleanaing and bealirg 1 properties of those Pills are no new thing." Thousands of people aro using them, and those who have never tried them will find neighbours. friends and relatives echoing and reechoing their praise. They are the household remedy of millions, and their ever increasing sale bears testimony to their merit and popularity. They are a purely vegetable remedy, carefdlly and skilfully compounded solely by Ihe proprietor!--, and are never manufactured except under their direct supervision. A dose or two of these Pills taken once or twice a week regulate the system' perfectly. They are a positive and permanent cure for Biliousness, , Indigestion, Constipation, Sick Headache, ' Liver and Kidney Troubles, Pile 9, Pimples, Boils and Blotches, and for Female Ailments. BUSINESS NOTICES^ THE LONDON-DIRECTORY. /CONTAINING over 2,000 pages of con- \./ deusad couaraoroial matter, enables enterprising trades a throughout the Empire to keep in close touoh with the trade of the Motherland. Besides being a complete commercial guide to London and ite suburbs, the London Directory contains lists of EXPORT MERCHANTS •with tliH Ooods they ship, and the Colonia and Foreign markets they supply; STEAMSHIP LINES arranged under tho Ports to which thej (sail, and indicating the approximate sail "^ S PROVINCIAL APPENDIX of Trade Notices of Leading Manufacturers Merchants, etc., in the principal provincial towns and industrial centres of the United kingdom. A copy of the 1905 edition will be forwarded freight paid on receipt of Post Office Order for £1. The London Directory Co., Ltd 25 Abchnrcb. Lane, London T© LE^SD '■* *i . ' xa strata of £100 to £10,000 Or COUNTRY, CITY, and SUBUU FREEHOLDS j AX BZOEPIIONAIXT? LOW BAKES ■ or iNTffiEEra. Repayments of not loss ihasta £85 can be made at any time on three montha' notice. j ——————— j tStVX TO AKX &6BS01!: Off XHfl Government '' Department. fey I. H. fiICHARDSON, f^i ET ready at anco to show yourselves \JC to the besfc advantage, both Mentally and Physically. You can have the system perfect, and the , brain clear by taking P.S.R. People's Safe Kennedy. Motheis, give it to your Children, and • take it yourselves, and see that your Husband takes it, and you will have no Sickness in the Family. Jib is a certain Cure for Liver, Kidney, Gravel, Piles, and Water Troubles, and indispensable for Ladies' Troubles. It regulates the system and purifies the blood ia young and old. Sold at all Stores. ASE FOR Rainbow and Sons, Christchurch, are the only makers of THE PEOPLE'S SAFE REMEDY. HAVE YOU SEES THOSE LOVELY COPPER FERN & PALM POTS ' w JN _. L. S. MeClarg's WINDOW ? Somerset Buildings, Burnett Street. -Llewellyii ihmh (A. ALL'S., L.C.M.; A. MUB., 51.1.0.) • Pianoiorte, Organ, Singing & Com position, ARC SDE CHAM BEES. Students prepared for any practical or theoretical examination of the English Academies. Quarter of 12 Lessons starting from «*ny date. y i xt."->■■' nw<i)s s-Tn > '-'' i '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6590, 8 June 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6590, 8 June 1905

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