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Conveyances. : i. THE LONGBEACH COACH ’ f | THOMAS COTTON wislu-s r.. hum-m JL the travelling public between Ashburton and Longbeach that he has taken over the Coach Business from Mr. George Willcocks, and hopes for a continuance of the support hitherto accorded to his predecessor. The fares by Cotton’s coach are exactly 3d. per mile ordinary fares, and per mile for Saturday return. They are as under— , _ Longbeach to Ashburton, ordinary 55., return Bs. Waterton to Ashburton, 3s. 6d. ordinary, 6s. return. Ashton to Ashburton, 3s. ordinary, ss, return. Wheatstone to Ashburton, 2s. 6d. ordinary, 4s. return. The coach leaves Longbeach daily at 7.30 a.m., arriving at Ashburton at 10 a.m.; and returns, leaving the Booking Office, Baldwin’s Central Hotel, each day at 4.30 p.m. ; Post Office, 4.45 p.m. 4g ECOOKSON, Wills Street, runs the , MAIL COACH from Ashburton Railway Station to Green Street, Alforc Forest, and Mount Somers, every Tuesday and Friday, returning Wednesday and Saturday at 3 n.m Consultations. J. L. FLEMING’S (jteand Consultation, No. 3, ON THE DUNEDIN CUP, 1881. 3,000 Subscribers, at £1 each. First horse ... ... ...£750 Second do. ... ... ... 500 Third do. ... ... ... 250 Other Starters (divided) ... 500 Non-starters (divided) ... ... 1000 If cheques are sent, exchange must be added and stamps for reply and result. J. L. FLEMING, Auctioneer, Ac., High street, Triangle, Christchurch. N.B. —Note change of address. Gl3 c ON SU LTATION No. t ON DUNEDIN CUP, 1881. STAR PROBLEM. 2,000 MEMBERS AT £l. First ... ... ... £BOO Second ... ... ... 400 Third 200 Starters ... ... ... 250 Non-Starters 350 Total ... ... ...£2,000 39 Nominations. Address —-STAR PROBLEM, Care of C. J. HARRIS, Star and Garter Hotel, Or, Box 10, P. 0., Oamaru. No. 2 Consultation will be opened immediately after No. 1 closes. £SO PRIZE. 1. A Special Prize of £SO will be awarded to any correspondent who First places the first three horses in their relative position? in the Cup. 2. Letters received each day will be kept distinct, and opened after the race in order of priority, as received, until winner is found. 3. If the horses be correctly placed by more than one person on the same day, such persons to divide prize. Each letter must have a 2d. stamp enclosed, or not eligible for competition. Letters received from November t 22nd, 1880, to February 23rd, 1881, inclusive. 4. A Committee of five to superintend their decision to he final. Address —D. C. PRIZE, Care of C. J. HARRIS, „ Star and Gutter Hotel, 602 Or, Box 10, P. 0., Oamaru. Medical. ■OLINDNESS, DEAFNESS, &c. DR. GRANT, Member of Royal College of Surgeons, England, and of tho Medical Boards of Victoria and New South Wales; alsoregis tered in New Zealand, OCULIST, AURIST, & SPECIALIST, (From Europe), may be consulted upon all Diseases of the Eye, Ear, and Throat, Deafness, Noises in the Head, Defective Sight, Squinting, Cataract, Amaurosis Ophthalmia, Gutta Serena, Loss of Eye lashes, Inflammation, and all Diseases of the Eye, Ear, and Throat treated upon new and scientific principles. DR. GRANT has arrived in Christ church, and may be CONSULTED at his Consulting Rooms, 4 HEREFORD TERRACE, Hereford Street East, Christchurch Near St. John’s Church. Hours of attendance: Morning, 10 till I, afternoon, 2 till 5. Saturdays, morning only. Dr Grant’s consultation rooms, during the four months of his successful practice in Auckland, were crowded to excess, and attention is confidently and particularly requested to the following cases of the Eye, Ear, Throat, and other special affections. CHRISTCHURCH TESTIMONIALS. New street, Madras street north, Dec. 1, 1880. I beg to state that Dr. Grant has operated on my daughter for squinting, and she is now seeing as straight as possible with both eyes. lam very much pleased with it, as she is perfectly cured. —Ellen Lester. Third street, Sydenham, Dec. 1, 1880. I have been under Dr. Grant’s care for deafness of both ears, of five years standing. lam happy to say that my hearing has greatly improved under His treatment, in the short space of one week only.—Petek Jansen. Colombo street south, Sydenham, Nov. 16, 1880. I have great pleasure in bear ing testimony to the efficacy of Dr Grant’s treatment in regard to deafness. I have been deaf for upwards of twenty years, and am glad to say that he has done me great benefit within a few days.—W. J. Leybourne. Waterton, Nov. 9, 1880. I have been deaf in the left ear for thirty-four years, with great noises in my head. Dr. Gran' has this morning removed a polypus fron my car. I am greatly relieved, and can hear much better. —Rachel Rountree. Rakaia Gorge, Nov. 10, 1880. I have been troubled with deafness for two years, one of my cars could hear nothing. I applied to Dr. Grant, who has removed a great quantity of obstruction from my ears; before I left his surgery I could hear very well indeed, and I recommend anyone so troubled to consult him.—John Simms. AUCKLAND TESTIMONIALS. 211 Queen street, Auckland, -July 23, 1880. Dr. Grant.—Dear sir, —I have to give you thanks for the great benefit to my hearing since I have been under your care.—l am, &c., Robert Campbell. Ponsonby, July 23. Under Dr. Grant’s treatment I am very much improved in my hearing, and should recommend any one to try the same. —M. A. Parker. Tamaki West, near St. John’s College, Auckland, July 23, 1880. Dr Grant has greatly improved my hearing during the time I have been under his care. —Thos.. rookside, Pakakura Valley, July 23, ), I was under Dr. Grant’s treatment squinting, and was completely cured sn days. I would earnestly recommend persons suffering from diseases of the

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 234, 5 January 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 234, 5 January 1881

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