An Unwelcome “Bite.” —Angling on the West Coast is sometimes htt6nd|d by perils of a very extraordinary character. According to the Kumara Tittiii/■& well-known angler, fishing in the Teremakau, drew up what he. at first supposed to be a splendid fish. He was "grievously disappointed and somewhat alarmed to find that his “ prey ” consisted of a charge of dynamite, with a long piece of fuse attached. The fuse had evidentlylbeen fired with the intention of destroying fish, but had not ignited the charge. The fisherman lost no time in throwing back his dangerous haul into the riv Cr. Holloway : s PIL7.S.— At the change. of seasons many persons feel oppressed without knowing why they are so—they arc aware something withm them.is wrong, though;they cannot detect the defected orgaht A few doses of these powerfully purifying, --ud eminently cooling Fi'fs w : ll restore regularity to .every part of the system—will cast out afi iimpSrfiifei lurk'ng in the frame, and will throioughly [ expel the last 7 traces of disorder, hoivavpr obscure its cause. With HblldWay’s metficife j be'ief is insured without risk: erroneous actiofi is rectified without disturbing natural regularity, health is re-instated, and with it return the cheerful feelings which unmistakably tell the invalid that all within is right aga'ii. _ n
Ecclesiastical. , ' r » r ' .. . :■ h Poyntz & ;Cp.;-vji HAVE FOR SALE, on advantageous and easy terms of payment, 41m following A HiaHLY-IMPROVEI) o 7( r ' Farm of 600 Acres,' Within easy distance of Ashburton. r „ Large Dwelling-house, Stable, and all necessary Outbuildings. Running Greek through the property^ MONEY for investment, on approved ecurity, in sums of £6O and at current rates ,696
Gazette in Bai&ruptcy. y. R. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ASHBURTON, HOLDEN AT ASHBURTON. ' la the matter of the Debtors and Creditors Act, 1876, and the Acta amending the same, and of the bankruptcy of SAMUEL QUINTON and FREDERICK RICHARD QUIN-' TON, trading together in . c<V 1 partnership as bottlers,'at Ashbdrt6ny v under the Firm of Quinton Brothers. This is to notify that the abovenamed Samuel Quinton and Frederick Richards Quinton, trading at Ashburton in co-partnership under the firm of Quinton Brothers, have this day filed a declaration of bankruptcy. The first meeting of creditors will be held at the Courthouse, Ashburton, on FRIDAY, the 1 Bth instant, at 12 o’clock noon. Dated this 4th day of April, 1881. ■. ’ W. MARTIN, $ Clerk of the. Court. ’ F. P. O’Rbiilt, V 4 Solicitor for the Debtors. 481 a) V. R. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ASHBURTON, HOLDEN AT' ASHBURTON. In the matter of the Debtors and Creditors Act, 1876, and the several Acts amending the same; .and the bankruptcy of JAMES SCOTT, Ashburton, Farmer, adebtor. The Creditors of the 'above-mined James Scott having failed ;to elect a i Creditors’ Trustee, I hereby ' that I have this , day appoir ted • WshUUiH i s RiCha»dßoN Botub, Of ;■ Ashburton,.;* v Certificated Accountant; in. Banjoupteyv fs as. and to be Creditors’ Tmstee Jin .itinaA bankruptcy, and : that > the .mid WiUnaoiß Richardson Boyle haa filed in the above Court h& acceptance of thesaid ofßbe.l, Dated this 4th day of April, 1881. 483 a.. Clerk of the Court.
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