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Financial.— Mr Sutton, has addressed; a letter to Major Atkinson proposing the adaptation to the colony of Mr Fawcett’s system of issuing Government bonds in small amounts. His idea is that if bonds from L2O to LI,000,: each bearing five per cent, interest were issued, a large amount of floating capital would in that way be invested. u The banks now admit to having more money on deposit than they can profitably use, and, there is a fear that a ’ large amount will bo sent Home again. Mr. Sptton think a that this would be kept ! in* the colony if treasury bonds were issued from and payable at any post-office on demand and were available as a temporary investment, pending more lucrative employment being found for the money. He would, with this money, operate on the London market buying stocks. To prevent the danger of a run he would place in the hands of the Agent-General treasury bills for a half million, to be discounted on receipt of telegraphic advice. .Hqu OWAy’s Pills. —Let the Sick take heed.—The stomach is tl;e commissariat of (he physical system. It furnishes the malorial sustenance of every organ, If disordered, the whole body languishes ; but however severely it may be affected, its tone and vigor may ' always be restored by a course of these irresistible'Pills'; biliousness, indigestion, liver complaints, and other disorders of the stomach can easily be cured by the use of Holloway’s Pills. Thousands attest this assertion, and no sufferer 'Who has ever tried them will deny their supreme efficacy. In every case of stomach disease, from the mildest case of dispepsia to the disorder of both liver and stomach, from the nausea of the free liver to the vomiting accompanying ulcerated stomachs, these Pills immediately relieve, and by perseverance effectually cure.—Ad VT.

OTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers to this Journal are requested to communicate with the Proprietor when ahv Splays or omissions in the Delivery of this' Paper occur. W. H. ZOUCH, v. ti ... -!i i. • ; .. - Proprietor.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 283, 3 March 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 283, 3 March 1881

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