Holloway’s Pills.—Let the Sick lake heed.—The stomach is the commissariat of the physical system. It furnishes the material 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 tiied them will deny their supreme efficacy. In every case of stomach disease, from the mildest case of dispcpsia 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. —Advt.
Ecclesiastical--0 E. The following will be the order of MASSES for NEXT SUNDAY, and the following Sundays, till further notice. Ist Mass ... ... ... 9.30 a. m. 2nd Mass 11.30 a. in. EDMUND P. COFFEY, 371 a Catholic Priest. Public Notices. LL CLAIMS against the Rangitata Estate of the late Sir Cracroft Willson, MUST BE RENDERED to'the Manager, Mr Archibald M‘Coll, on or before the 26th March, 1881, otherwise they will not be recognised. 3£6a ■VTOTICE TO EXHIBITORS AND iM OTHERS. Mr Grant, Secretary to thp Dunedin Industrial Exhibition, will ATTEND the Ashburton Exhibition to receive the instructions of any w T ho may desire to FORWARD either their Ashburton exhibits or others to the Dunedin Industrial Exhibition, to be held in June and July 1881. Meanwhile, Mr Poypt? will kindly supply necessary information re the Dunedin Exhibition. 342 a TESTERFIELD MILLS. Having taken the above Mills, I beg to inform farmers and the public generally that the MILL is NOW OPEN, and hope, by turning out a first-class article, to merit a share of public support. Gristing on the usual terms. Cash buyer of grain. JAMES CLARK. March 17th, 1881. 376 a IVTOTICE TO FARMERS AND iM OTHERS. The AXLE of the WATER WHEEL of the vVakanui Mill having been BROKEN, I beg to intimate to my customers and the public generally, that GRINDING will be SUSPENDED until further notice. HENRY MOFFAT, Wakanui Mill. 14th March, 1881. 338 a Reid and Gray HAVE much pleasure in notifying that their DOUBLE-FURROW PLOUGH has received First Prize at the Melbourne Exhibition, coupled with a special commendation from the Jurors. It is the only First Prize forD.F. Ploughs awarded to New Zealand exhibitors. Catalogues Free on Application. ; £EID ANP GRAY, Dupsdin, Oamatu, Tipiatu, Invercargill, Christchurch and Ashburton.
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