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Foriiaps you eat'enough, yefc you do not gofc' much benefit from your food. You kcop tliia and weak; are tired all tho time, aad your nerves nro in a \kA' -way. Why not strengthen ". your digestion and get rid of your debility V \ViWi Vffl Road t.heso words from Mrs. 13. G. Munro, of (.'oburg, Victoria. Mrs. Munro also Bends her photograph. . "1 suffered greatly with indigestion and RiMJilUy for a long time. Sleep did not refresh me, and I was in a very bad state. Ono vt ray, friends strougly recohimended Ayer's f'niTsaparilla, and after a good deal of hesitaI'ou I made up my mind to try it. To my pre.'ifc Eurjiriso, I Lad not taken one-half a r>.»ttJo before I felt greatly improved in every way. 1 only took three bottles, and I can now honestly say that I am entirely free from all of niy old troubles, and consider myuolf perfectly cured. Ayer's Sarsaparilla in certainly a wonderful blood medicine." Thoro arc many imitation Sarsaparillas. Bo suro you got "Ayer's.'' Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. Wan teds, WE pay Best P.'loos for Scrap Iron, Brans, Copper, Zinc, Lead, Sacks, Cns^s, Bottles, Horse Hair, Cow Tails, Bonos, etc. Prices on Application. BOTTLE fcyrwANGE, Christchurch. 47 Colombo Strreet. WANTED Known—That Mitchell & / Ivsxv.n'B Great. Winter Sale commenced on Friday, at 10 o'clock. WANTED—Buyers for Bedroom Sets from 10s 6d, Dinner sets from 80s Befc, Tea Sets from 10s 6d set, Fancy Cups and Saucers, oil pricoa, large variety at TTkdkill & Co'a Furnishing Warehouse Tancred Street "m/TOKO, th& Great COUGH CUEE jL»_«L The new specific for Coughs, Bronchitis, Colds on the Chest. Is 6d. (Jroeera and Chemists. MOKO, the Great COUGH CUKE for Coughs, Bronchitis.. Acts like Magic. Is (id, Grocers and Chemists everywhere WANTED— Buyers for bur new Bed steads, just arrived. Beautiful designs, and from 15 to 20 per cent cheaper than usual. Uhdrih. & Co., FnraishersTanored Street. MOKO, the Great COUGH CURB The famou3 remedy for Coughs Bronchitis, Asthma, ani Consumption la 6d, Grocers and Chemists. MINERVA Motor Cycle, 2 h.p., inclined engine, M.0.V., latest; pattern, jjnsb overhauled; .£3s— G. H. CAKSON CYCLE & MOTOE WORKS. DE McINTYEE'S Extra Stronpr Female Pills. 4s 6d, from Chemists, or Postage Free from Ai.*'bet> Ouidaile, Chemist Dunedin WANTED—Buyers for Washstands at 10a each, Tables at 3s each, Chairs 4s each, Oilcloth Is 3d pnr yard, Linoleum 2yds wide at Ss 3d per yard, fitted and layed on your floor. UndriiiL & Co, Tanored Street, opposite Arcade. WANTED -Buyers to call and inspect our Lurge Stocks of Household Furnishings. Everything you want, frora a Wooden Spoon to a Houseful of Furniture.—T. H. UNoaiiiL & Co, Tailored Street WANTED KNOWNr-That the quality is just the same as usual, but Pwce3 are very different at Mitchell & Tubsub's Sale. WANTED KNOWN-That no matter what olass of Drapery you need, you'll get it at Reduced Prices at Mitchell & Turner's Sale. TTCTANTED Known—That great Jumps TT- 1' have been chopped off regular prices ready for the great eale at Mitchfll &Tubnee's Public Notices. "notice. To Our Customers and the Public -"! in General. OWING to the resignation of Mr Wallaoe, we have appointed MX W. J. CUNNINGHAM, late of: the Christchurch Works, as Manager of the Ashburton Branch. MR CUNNINGHAM has had 19 years' experience of our business, and is thoroughly conversant with all its oetails. He will spare no pains to meet the requirements of onr Customers. P. & D. DUNCAN, Ltd. Christchurch. 6 148 Trespass Notice, A NY Person or Persons Found Trespassing on the Eiversdale Estate in pursuit of Game or otherwire will be PROSECUTED 4 448 A\ S. STEAK GE. and an V^ dm * l^ h -a £' 2? -* 2 s? nd " ■■-/■■• H §: ■■ ■'m rjsf' ■'"d M g Hi W ft, %JfJ. JT-^s .■■.^ _!____ m_ THE bsßt tbinor on Washing Day— " PAINUI" Fluid "OiTNtrr, Wash o « witbout robbing. Will ,J7 »ot i»jUFa most delicate fabrics,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6619, 12 July 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6619, 12 July 1905

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