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Business Notices. ART NEBDIiEWORK DEPOT. BOY Ali AROADB, TIM ABU. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDER. CLOTHING, Baby Linen, Pinafores, Frocks, &c, IN GREAT VARIETY. BOYS' SUITS, TROUSSEAUX, LAYETTES, [ AND BVBRY DESCRIPTION OF NBBDLBWORK TO ORDER. INSPECTION INVITBD. Timaru, Ootober 10th, 1891. To Mr Kempthorno. Mr Gupn would like to bave six dozen Mother Mary Joseph Aubert remedies as early as possible. Wit. GtTNN. Mr Kempthorne will please let mo have twelve dozeu Mother Mary Joseph Aubert remedies as soon bb possible, O. B. Waebpbtok. Mr Kempthorne will kindly sftnd me twelve doz«n assorted of Mother Mary Joseph Aubert remedies, as from their reputation I am sure of a steady sale. 0. B. BIOHDAUM. The Friendly Societies' Dinpensnry will require six dozen of Mother Mary Joseph Aubert remedies us soon as convenient. Wat. Robins, Managor. SMITHFIELD WOOL WORKS, WINCHESTER. THE abi.pe Works are now in thorough working order, arid aro pronounced by everyone that bas seen thorn to be the MOST COMPLETB and CONVENIENT in Canterbury. The Wool scoured at these Works is acknowledged by all to be the BEST SCOURED WOOL that leaves Now Zealand. Orders now being booked for the coming Season at Lowest Paying Prices. All Wool coming by rail will be taken delivery of at Winoheeter. [Copy.] Testimokiaii. " We have mnoh pleasure in stating that, in our opinioD, the Wool scoured of tbe Baincliff and Howard brands aro well got up, : olaased and aooured in a very satisfactory way 1 and manner. Henky P. Hughes & Sons, Wool Brokers, London." ROBERT SMITH AND CO., WINCHBBTEB. REID vNn GRAY'S /I HILLED DIGGING PLOUGHB V^ (Double or Single Furrow). At the various Competitions with the imported Digger Reid and Gray's plough was awarded— First and Second Prizes at Southland Champion Ploughing Match, First and Seoond Prizes at Wyndham Match, First Prize at Mataura, and First Prize at Waimea. Chilled Cast Socket Shares 2s each, Chilled Oast Share Points 6d eaoh, Hard Tempered Unbreakable Steel Pointa la eaoh ; those Steel Points will wear twice aa long aa ordinary points, and cm be turned upside down aa often as necessary, thus always keoping a keen cutting edge underneath. We make these ploughs in tbe following sizes : —Double , Furrow Digger, with or without adjusting gear ; Doubl" Furrow Digger, with or without adjusting gear, made so that it aa be used | either as a Double or Single Furrow Digger as desired (10s extra) ; Single Furrow Diggor, with or without adjusting gear. The Bingle Furrow Digger can bo fitted as an ordinary plough at 60s extra; as an ordinary Swing Plough Digger ; or as an ordinnry Double Furrow Ploueh convertible into a Digger. Reid and Gray's COMBINED GRAIN, MANURE, ANI) TURNIP DRILL, made in all combinations, and to sow grain or turnips at will, with or without manure as desired. Fcncinc Standards, Plain and Barbed Fencing Wi^eFiSONS' ■■■fertilizer NOW, LANDING, EX " ASTBRION." "iyg"R T. PALMKR, Temuka, writes th»t he has sown thh Season FISONS' at the rate of i cwt per Acre witb Rapo and Mustard, that the OROP HAS COMB UP SPLENDIDLY, and Shows to a Foot where the Fertiliser was eown. MELVILLE CJRAY, AGENT. ATER'S PILLS are unsurpassed as « remedy for constipation, biliousness, sick-head-nclio, dyspopsln, Jnmidicp, and. the cornrrion, derniißcmuutsot stomnoh, livor, and bowels. . They broiik up coltln, initlgalo'luvorsi-rollova gout, .rheumatism, aud neuralgia, cleitnao tlio jystoiu of nmlarliil poison, nud assist In the formation of pure, rich blood. Xlicsa wolf, kiiowii iillls aro compounded of tho eaaoiitial , virtue* (if tlio best jvogotablo imtlmiilcs, und contain nolllior calomel nor any other dclutorlpus i -drill;. Tboy may, thoroforo, ho odrolnlstorod In nil casos wlioro n purgativo is uopdod, without four of HI oflocts. Jloinp; ougar-cooted, thoy aro pleasant to take aud their niedl?limi strongUi la pijoaorvod for an indonnlto. ppriod 3n(l in liny climato. Thoy ulmulii ho In uv^rj bmostlc modlcluo clips taflO, twyolier'a antcln>! Ayer's PillSp PBBPARBn BY Dr. J. 0. AVER & CO,, Lowell, Mass., U. S. A, Sold \>; Druggists and Mcdlolno Vendors. MSfitgWJ* 0 *" )t on Quuki* or sfi ggiffiftW Impoiton. S3td ct- baa ■B known towH In oeti g9aSanßt«iudlseaso9,whcnia eolf-curo (a )n RnßßHpreferTodtothepublloliTOfadoator In curco in a few dsraiuidflevo* m * wBISaHMi ■° mfrfca " cuff. All OhsaitatS, tl

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Timaru Herald, Volume LIII, Issue 5302, 30 November 1891

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Timaru Herald, Volume LIII, Issue 5302, 30 November 1891

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