When Dr H. and Lawyer A. were walking arm in arm, a.. wag said to a friend,- “ These two are just equal to one highwayman.” Why?” asked his friend. **Because,” rejoined the wag, “it is a lawyer and a doctor —your money or your life!" ' Holloway’s Pills.— lt is difficult to de- ■ teriniiw'what is-the more trying to health, - intense cold or excessive heat, though everyknows that sudden transitions from the • one to the othcr teem with disease, which may ’ ht most instances be staved off by an early resort to these purifying, regulating, and strengthening Pills. This well known and highly esteemed medicine affords a safe and remedy for, -almost every constitutional “ wrohg,which climates, changes, or dietetic ‘ 'errors can engender’ and effectually removes ■' any- veakness self-indulgent habits may have mflucsd. In all conditions of the system bordering on discease indicated by apathy, listlessless, and restlessness, Holloway’s Pills will prove espicially serviceable in begetting a vivacity appreciated by botfa sound and sick. .rj'.itS, T Meetings. : o T I C E. The CATHOLICS of Ashburton and surrounding district are requested to • attend a MEETING, which will be held •in : -ihe Church THIS (Thursday) EVENING, the 10th inst., at 7 o’clock. EDMUND COFFEY, 25j»a Catholic Priest.
TT 0 RTIC ULTU RA L SOCIETY. MEETING of the COMMITTEE Witt be held at Mr Jacobson’s office on THURSDAY, March 10. All accounts due by the Horticultural Society must be rendered to the Secretary M or before noon on Thursday, March Ifeb. S. B. POYNTZ, 9/m Hon. Sec. Y IBTLE LODGE, S. C. A Ledge of Instruction will be held in the Somerset Muonic Hall TO-NIGHT, (fie lOthinst ‘By order, - ■ ' R.W.M. G A LED ON lAN SOCIETY. A MEETING of the members of the f&lftdnntftn Society will be held at Quill's Hotel on FRIDAY EVENING, Ilth March, at 7.30 o’clock, to consider an of Welcome to his Excellency Sir AGbrdbn. . •' - - • .• -M. STITT, aOBi ! 1 - President. LectureT U R E. -THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, at 7.300’d00k, a , . h E C T U R E J I Will be delivered in the L»i.B R ARY HAL L , *" 1 BY THE ; REV. A HANDS, OJT THE REVISION OF THE AUTHORISED Ybhng men are specially invited.
A collection will be made after the Lecture' to defray the expenses of the Hall nnd printing. It is proposed to form a class for the I stadyof the Hew Testament in Greek. Open to all ybnng men without regard to Beugions Denomination. No expenses except for e G*eAk Testament. . 814 a '' Sgjggl rnirnmMmmmmmmm ■■ ■■ ■ A' D X POSTS, KAILS,.. AND STAKES, Any length, also f !, r k;e w o o d, lengths.. FOB BAIIE .at: ■ ijlldo - of !*• District. ')f[ Vifctougf-Vj _s<iJ ‘ : . . . ; ; \ mwt/irwith t oi ibi/.H
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 289, 10 March 1881
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