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Technical Education.- We note that tho American School of Correspondence, Armour Institute, has appointed soveral profession;! 1 gentlemen to examine students at Auckland in some of the engineering branches. Therefore thoso preferring to h'\ve an aaial examination may now do ao. The Institution has also added a law branch to its curriculum and as the fees tiro extremely low, and the instruction second to none in the world, intending students ehnuld see the Ashburton agent (G. H. 'Jarson) early, and obtain all information 6

If you suffer from Rheumatism, Gout, Gravel, Sciatica, or Lumbago, a fair trial will convince you that RHEUMG will cure the'o diseases. The pains of Eheuraatiarn and kindred couip'ainfcs are produced by fchocame cause—excess of uric acid in the blood. The pain may be alleviated by the ase of plasters and linnmentp, but these can never touch the real cause of the disease, and can only give partial relief at best. KHBUMO neutralises and drives out the poisonous acid accumulations in the blood, and effects a speedy nnd permanenb care. The best proof of its merit is the fact that its sales are larger to-day than ever before. A fair trial will convince you of its marvellous power over Rheumatism and kindred diseases. All chemists and stores, 2s 6d and 4s 6d 3 Tho Mount Somers Coal Company (New Seam) remind householders that their coal is one of the best and moßt economical on the market. Large consumers for steam purposes will also find thocoal very suitable to their needs, . 5 For Bronchial doughs take Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure, la 6d

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6613, 5 July 1905

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