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; DR. J NEILS |HER B A L ! REMEDIES 3 f . Worm Tonio Syrup 1/- per bottle. ! Liver Tonic 2 6 per bottle 1 Dandelion Pills 1/- per box 3 Dandelion Coffee 2/- per lb. L > Cough Syrup 1/- per bottle ) I Balm of Gilead 2/6 half pint bottle c , Ginger Wine Extract, makes a c : splendid stimulating driDk 3 , for cold weather. j REMEDIES FOR ALL COM- [ PLAINTS to be had from the following Agents : — [ Farmers' Co-operative Society 3 Mr Edwin Wells, Waimea Eoad , Mr Metzenthin, Richmond, and Mr 0. BALCK, Hope. b Farmers' Co-Operative, Bright- \ ' water j Mr 0. Telenius, Spring Grove Mr Hooper, Wabefield , Mr A. J. Palmer, Foxhill Mr INGRAM, Moutere t j Mr.MANOY, Motueka t Messrs J. W. J. Langridge & Co. t Takaka. 5 Mr Allan, Collingwood t ; H, BEUSEWITZ. I LANDSCAtE AND PORTRAIT PHOTOt QBAPHER, 3 (Waimca-st , Third Hosee from Mr lY.tit's t Store. f DEVELOPING, KETOUOHING, AKD , PRINTING DONE FOR AMATEURS. 1 ■ LANTERN SLIDES from 1/6 eaoh. > PORTRAITS from 4/- per doz. [ ENLARGEMENTS ON BROMIDE PAPER OB OPAL ' MILE FEOM THE COW BLENDED WITH THAT FR.OMB ; THE COW WliH IROK TAIL (THE PUMP; IS AKIN TO \ GOOD TEA BLENDED WITH INFERIOR 1 DESCRIPTIONS.! IN tbelformer cape itis net necessary to obtain the service of an expeif, as the i artiole (water) used for this bltuding is obtainable free of cost. ) Wbat is the objtotof milk', blending 1 It is to imprefve the quality i r to increase , its quantity 1 If tbe latter, ia suoh increase to add to the profit ? Consumers, answer there questions yonrselvce. 1 ■ In Tea Biendikg on experienced and 1 costiy staff is neoepeary, sud tbe sub- '< stances used in blending varies in cost, ' Wbat ib the objeot of tea blendi: g f Is it philanthropy ? Is it t > 'make an additional profit by tbe admixture of low- . priced tea with a small proportion of ■ bi-tter quality . Consumers answer these , questions yourselves. Nature Buppliea the oow'b milk, there-fi-re blendii g is not nececeary. Nature Buppliea the tea, aod blending with mii ferior descriptions is not neo ssary. You carjnot impiove upon Nature, I ASK, AND SEE THAT YOU GET ■ SUEATUEA TEA, ? NaTORE'S PKODUCT. i CHISHOLM, I IMPORTANT NOTICE. LOCK BROS,, GRAIN MERCHANTS, &0., continue to supply the following: E Goods of Best Quality only and at Lowest j PriocB :— PRODUCE— Oata, Wheat, Barley j Hay, Straw, Flour, Oatmeal, &o, COALS k and FIREWOOD-Brookdalo and other j Coals, Red Piue and Manuka Firewood in 3 lengths to suit Customers. SEED I'OTA--3 TOES— Just to hand, consignments < f Early j Seed Potatoes, ohoise varieties. Supplied in large or small quantities. BONE MANURES.-After 13 years 3 trial our Bone Manures are proved to be tbe t Cheapest and Best Fertilisers in the market. 3 Farmers, Market Gardeners, aud otherß will t find it to their advantage to uso them; They , grow no weedß, aud promote the growth of the plants and eurioh tbe soil. 3 S3* All Goods delivered promptly. Chuff--1 outtiug, Hydraulio Pressing for Wool, Hope, t, &0., on the shortest notioe. iLOCK BROb. 9 waimea arasa. saiiiosr I W. MILLER & SONS f MONUMENTAL WORKS, (Corner of Colliugwood and Nile sis ) a BRICKLAYERS, PLABTERERB, AN , SLATERS. ? Graves enclosed with Stone, Couorete, ' Briok, and lion Bailings of obo : ce designs. ■ • Drainage dono. Floorß, Yards, Garden Paths, &oi, laid with Cocorete or Asphnlt. On Sale, Briokß, Lime, Oement, Drain Pipeß f and Tiles. ? Agents for W- McGill's Monumental and t Boulptnre Works, Wellington and Wanganui, r Agents for Carder Broß. & Co.. Drair. t Tile Md Sanitary Pipe Works, Auckland. i ' ■ ,{ fESTABLISDEp IB6o]. : BRIDGE STREET • CARKIAaE& WHEEL WORKS. a WILLIIF TEBAY, (LATB GOBEIE & BONS), \ BRIDGE STREET, NELSON. i 0 ACH BUILDER & WEEELWBIGHT. r. Estimaten given for PaintiDg, Trimmirg, 0 and General Repnirci. x ) ~~ ; G. B. DAYMAN, 1 SHOEING AND GENERAL SMITH -G.R. hsvirg tpktn over tbe BL CX SMITHING BUSINESS of late GORRIE & SON is now prepared to do al kindß of SMITHING WORK entrusted to him on the shortest notice, nnd at reasonable prioes N.B.— All kinds of OABBIAGE WORK MADE or UEPAIRED at prices to suit tbe times, 1612- 3m J, A. PAOKEK'S" FURNITURE WAREHOUSE BBIDGE STBttET, HAVING added largely to his etook, is now offering the same at PRICES TO bUIT THE TIMES, and purchasers will do well to visit bis establishment before purchasing elEewhere, WOBKMAKBHIPAND QUAUTT GUABANTEED Venetian Blinds made and repairs

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XXIX, Issue 146, 22 June 1895

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XXIX, Issue 146, 22 June 1895

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