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W%fiDUJ U Hot forced 3n- , _ to fame, but s*m *» recommended by one to teyjLlGLtJ another for 75 years ■*^ wwv't^ until it enjoys the widest /^ popularity of *€jf*/51I1ff a"7 article of its ' a/# VU/fl iind in the , world. A fine ' » drink, plain or mixed, a true tonic, a ' l SURE remedy for troubles of the atom1, acb, bowels and kidneys. It belongs 1 * in every house. \Pj/ A ROM AT I C 4PV SCHIEDAM Schnapps LBUY UNOPENED BOTTLES with Wrappers Intact, or be aura it Is the ' , real Wolfe's Schnapps. ' fiUSTNEvSS NQTIOE^ Notice to Insurers. MEG. I[. "BUCHANAN, Solicitor, Burnett Street, Ashburton, has been appointed District Agent for the National Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of N.Z., vice Mr Chas. Braddell, deceased. I W. M. JOYNT, 3 88 Manager, Canterbury.Branch Money*to Lend, I HAVE various Sums for Investment on Town, and Country Securities at Lo weat Current} Rates of Interest. €. H. BUCHANAN, Solicitor, IBURNETT STREET, Ashburton " I cheerfully recommend Jjj My little girl was anything but | Strong, —restless in her sleep | and pickish in her appetite. | ] A tablespoonful of Lane's g i three times each day for a few | weeks made quite another child I \ of her. She is now as bonny | I as I could wish, and sometimes fj ] says, "It was Lane's ij t made me good, mamma." |» 141 H fSht Kl&nt 1 roMm«»l^g!)»|.'^l,lil^lf«■l^ll■^■^^l^l']l^J^L^l■.^lr■l»■^■^.^^^l■M.<llCa^a i| WINTER NIGHTS are easily | spent if you en read with | comfort, but if your Eyes'get tired I or the print blurs and your head | start 3 aching, it shows they require s expert attention. The out of date jj practice of picking rp a pair of | Spectacles anywhere is highly unsatisfactory. I have the latest sight testing Instruments and a specially constructed Consulting i E)om, whpro you can be skilfully I fitted. Consultation free. Charges most moderato, . j I Frank Curtis. F.P.0.0., Doctor of Optics. ! Oculists' Optician. I ] Bggiacsaßatasisaaafais'ri'iWigjLJuMiw^a'frwwrwwi BUSINESS CHANGE, MISSES O OBINSO N Desire to notify that they have taken over the refreshment and fruit shop hitherto conducted by Mrs Constable in Burnett Street. By strict attention to business they solicit a fair share of public patronage. Refreshments are available at all hours. 5 316 - NORTHERN STAR - - POTATO. - THE TALK OP THE WORLD. 'OEAD WHIT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT Mr Thos. Thornton, a member of the Canterbury Fruit Growers' Association, from a single pound of the Northern Star Potato Seed planted last year, has just dug 264 lbs of good quality. A Grower near Dunedia dug 1,100 lbs from 7 lbs of seed planted. Another Grower states that he dug nearly 5 cwt from 2 lbs of Northern Star planted. We are taking Orders for this Famous Potat 0 for delivery early in July, at Is per Ib, or 12 lbs for 10s 6d. Fletcher Bros,, CASH SUPPLY STORES. Kaiapoi Rugs. ■OfTif] are just opening out a very large v T assortment of these beautiful Rugs in over forty different New Patterns, Banging from 15s up to 655. [&ir A Good KAIAPOI RUG is always admired and appreciated for presentation, especially by friends at Home. ClUlCitffiiAD &> IKKKJtYHAN,' The LoadiDg Tailors and Outfitters, Ashburton. Trespass Notice, A NY Person or Persons Found Trespassing on the Eiversdale Estate in pursuit of Gama or otherwise. will be PKOSECUTED 4 448 ■ N. S. STRANGE, m/TOKO, the Great COUGH CURE for jy.iL Cou^ba, Bronchitis. Acts like Magic. Is (id, Grocers and Chemists uuuj/, »VußUiii o jbiUili JL

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6593, 12 June 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6593, 12 June 1905

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