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There's tho suoozy cold, the wheezy cold, The tickler m the glottis ; The chilly cold, the killy cold, The cold that burning hot is; Tbe tearful cold, tho fearful coid, The ona that all the lot is— Yet these be colds that none endure Who purchase Woods' Great Peppermint Cuke. . The Mounb Sowers Coal Company (New Seam) remind householders that their coal h nno of the bo^taud most economical on the market. Large consumers for steam purposes will also find the coal very suitable to their needs. 5 Winter Weatubr —As wo anticipated a cold snap, with wet and slushy roads, we have just opened up n consignment of Winter goods. Bluemel's celluloid mudguards with flaps on front guard ; also steol enamelled guards, ladies' and gents' splashers for front guards, capes, trousor cuffs, zinone oil for preventing rust, etc, saddle cover?, Vacuum Oil Co.'s patent oil tins lubricating and burning oil, carbide, chains and chain lubricants, tyres, etc; and as to quality we say, "If you get it from Caksosi's it'rf right." 8 0 Since being placed on the Now Zealand m«i;cc the Koyal Standard Pills have been m great demand. The Pills may now bo obtained from ail chemists and grocers m Ashburton 3 0 PAIN OT, Washes without rubbing. Wil not injure most delicate fabrics.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6596, 15 June 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6596, 15 June 1905

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