Cricket. —A match is to -be played to-morrow on the Ashburton Domain ground between thePrebbleton and-Ash-burton Clubs. Should the local men be able to put their best team into the field, a keen contest may be anticipated. --. ■ y R.M. Court.—There was no business at the R.M. Court to-day. Acknowledgment.— We to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of three exquisitely designed almanack cards irom Messrs Matson and Co., Christchurch. The cards are very tastefully got up, and the floral decorations give a most attractive appearance to those harbingers of the coming year. Invercargill Races.—A trip to Invercargill ought to be a pleasant thing for those who are in want of a~ holiday, especially at race time An -announcement re the races and the railway arrangements in connection .with them will be found in another column; “The Miller and His Men.”—The final rehearsal of the above by , the Amateur Dramatic Club comes off to-night at the Town Hall. A full attendance is requested.
Holloway's Ointment, .and : Pills. Diseases of the Bowels. —A ; remedy, which has been tested and proved in a thousand different ways, capable of eradiating poisonous taints from ulcers and healing them up, merits a trial of its capacity for extracting the internal corruptions from the bowels. On' rubbing Holloway’s Ointment repeatediy on the abdomen a rash appears, and as it thickens the alvine irritability subsides. Acting as a derivative, this unguent draws to the surface, releases the tender intestines from all- acrid matters, and prevents inflammation, dysentery,' and piles, for which blistering was the fashioned, though successful- treatment;-how from its painfulness fallen into 1 disuse; the • discovery of this Ointment having prodairaed > a emedy possessing equally derivative, yet, perfectly painless j.rdn'i
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Meetings-., “T\ /rILLER AND HIS MEN. 1 ” [VI Final Rehearsal TO-NIGHT. Full attendance requested. 260 d SHBURTON RIFLES.—The Company will MEET in Plain Clothes on SATURDAY Evening, at eight o’clock, to decide whether the Corps will take part in the proposed Sham Fight at Timafu, on the 16th inat. T. Boxxock, Captain. 264 d Late Advertisements- [ , / SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10th..•[ ABSTRACT OP PROPERTY 'FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON ABOYEDATE. T. S. 464 Burnett street, with Buildings thereon, on account of Mr 'J. Mutch T.S. 682—Havelock street, on account of Mr H. Nicholson - T.S. 105 —Thompson street, Tinwald, on account of Mr T. H. Brewer Lots 62 and 63, fronting Wakanui road and East Belt, on account of Mr Duncan M‘Kenzie Lots 24, 62, 63, Alford Forest toad, and known as Orr’s Block 8 Allotments in Trevorton, on account of Proprietors. Sale at 2.30. ' TB U L L O C K, , Auctioneer. 263 d
-JjIREE TRADE BAKERY, AND SOMERSET BUTCHERY. Having combined the two Businesses together, and by keeping a good LOAF at sd, and 16ozs to the lb, trust to receive a share of patronage. Stick to Free Trade and Free Wile Stick to You. R. LANCASTER. r-cv-ca*! r .1^ : «. eowwawn 11 hil mu nrwggtaw rpHE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN. PRICE PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING. Advertisers are reminded that The Ashburton Guardian was the FIRST DAILY PAPER published between Christchurch and Timaru, and commands a LARGER CIRCULATION throughout the Conn tv of Ashburton than tvny otljer Qll-vr
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 504, 9 December 1881
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