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Tight Lacing. —Tight lacing should be encouraged in every possible way. It kills off the foolish girls, and leaves the sensible ones. No healthy girl ever laces. He’d a Critic at Home. —At an auction sale of miscellaneous goods the auctioneer put up a wolf-skin dressing gown, and invited bids. An old man inspected it closely, seemed to think that there was a bargain in it, but yet he hesitated to bid. ‘ ‘ Don’t you want that 1 asked the auctioneer. “Yes, kinder,” was the reply. “ Then why don’t you bid and take it V’ “ Well, I’ve bought heaps o’ things in dry goods and so on,” slowly rejoined the old man, “and I never yet took home anything that the old woman thought was worth the price. If I got that ’ere robe for a song, she’d grab it up, pull at one end, chaw at the other, and call out ‘ Cheated again, mor’en half cotton.’ That’s the reason I darn’t bid.”

Meetings. # THE DEDICATION OF THE SOMERSET MASONIC HALL WILL TAKE PLACE ON FRIDAY 16th INSTANT. AT 2.30 P.M., to which, all brethren are cordially invited. Brethren to meet at the Old Lodge Room at 2 p.m. HENRY ZANDER. 302c-722g Hon. Sec. ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION MEETING. THE Annual General Meeting of members will be held at Shearman’s Hotel on TUESDAY, the 13th April, at 3 o’clock. Members are particularly requested to attend. GEO. JAMESON, 676 g Secretary. NOTICE TO FRIENDS O~F MR, A. FRISBY. f jrHE friends of Mr. A. Frisby are invited to meet on FRIDAY night, April 16, at 8 p.m., at the Railway Hotel, Winslow, to arrange about giving him a farewell dinner before his leaving for the North Island. 715 g W. HARRIS. RE THE ESTATE OF DAVID EVANS, OF WATERTON AND SEAFIELD, FARMER. A MEETING of Creditors in the above Estate will be held at the offices of Messrs. Friedlander Bros., on FRIDAY, the 16th inst., at 3 p.m. Business of importance. HUGO FRIEDLANDER, 721 g For self & Co-Trustee.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 86, 13 April 1880

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