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Well - Deserved. William Brown, convicted of a criminal offence bn Ip® daughter, . lias been hanged at | hurst. •'' ' ' •’ ’■ n ' '" *■ The Betting Market—The folio whig - are the latest quotations for- the Great A utumn Handicaps—Even qnjSir^gdredj/ • j j- - 3 to 1 against Natator (off); 4 to I against Lady Emma (off); 7 to 1 ag^ips*.Grip, Rand wick, and Luna (off); 10 tol against Joker, Governor, Prospero, and Hilda (off); 15 to 1 against Libeller.^); •< 1 against Harkaway. OharapagnA vc , —Even on Somnus; 3 to 1 against Hine-. moa; sto 1 Armjlqfc, Ifonpifreil,,, ,-g and Peeress colt; 10 to j against ipiy " ’ 3 others. ' - r The Leadbrsb xp op tub ''Ofibsicroft. — * The Wellington correspondent of a eontemporary writes ;—“ l ain positively informed on good authority that 'Sir.George Grey is determined to place. himkel( at the head of tho Opposition next session. Ho will assume the lead, mnd aqt, as ;; u - leader. Those wtib do not choose jib . follow him can do as they pljSatjA, Wjthe.V will lead the Opposition Wnethbr the parity 1 like it or‘not, and notwithstanding its ' 1 formal depositions last session.” Holloway’s . lPiii&4-Tfce .change of tempeta>ure prevailing, in out climate , is extremely tiyidg to the deHtate-chested. 1 ’ weak and nervous.- All ‘trbifbled’ 1 - afflictions .should rcso've to reort,to the T if strengthening abcl i eglilatlng niedidhS itnteedi- 11 ately they pOicdye in thfeaudVteSidfStomibrt of - that lbe'ing of restlessness 1 VdiicH'bettifteps d&k-' 15. oidered digestion and defective sccretiOn df bile. One of' Holla way’s-Kill 1 taken about-., -i-, noon and fotyonreii rs : l jvJ ciently la!ge.4P/a^- ; anpW«%«UV<S»«®7 Jas* recruit the faulty runc-tops,? throughout the whole system. A treatment so : * safe in operation and so successful jp jsesjjlt- T should be known and practised when,* iroin - cold and sundry other is at- . r tempting to galnn Vexktldds fboth^iA^ljW. ll *t l a

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 312, 6 April 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 312, 6 April 1881

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