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Holloway’s Pills. —Nervous Debility.— No part of the human machine requires more watching than the nervous system—upon it 1 hangs health and life itself. These pills are the best regulators and strengtheners of the nerves, and the safest general purifiers. Nausea, headache, giddiness, numbness, and mental apathy yield to them. They dispatch in a summary manner those distressing dyspeptic symptoms, stomachic pains, fulness at the pit of the stomach, abdominal distension, and overcome both capricious appetites and confined bowels—the commonly accompanying isigns of defective or deranged nervous power. | Holloway’s Pills are particularly recommended to persons of studious and sedentary hab(ts, who gradually sink into a nervous and debilitated state, unless some such restorative be occasionally taken.—[Advt.] •

gT U D NOTI CE Traitor’s OWNER, having secured a steady and trustworthy GROOM, has sent his horse to FINISH HIS SEASON IN THE ASHBURTON DISTRICT. Terms : 4 guineas single mare• two or more from one owner, £3 10s each ; guaranteed, 6 guineas. One guinea to be due and paid upon service. Groom’s fee, ss. 634 c S. NOSWORTHY.

(JIG STAND THIS SEASON—IBBI. THETDRE CLYDESDALE STALLION Dundee (46). DUNDEE is is a beautiful bay 5 years old ; bred by Mr Robert Wilkin, Christchurch. Sire Prince Charlie (4) imported) ; dam Charlotte, by Lord Haddo (imported) ; 2nd dam Jess, by Cromwell (imported). DUNDEE will Stand at Maronan Station, and Travel Surrounding Districts. Terms —£3 3s each; and £4 4s guaranteed. Groomage fee, ss. Every care taken, but no responsibility. The above figures refer to Draught Stud Book for New Zealand. WILKIN & CARTER, 713 c Grove Farm, Tinwald.

gT U D NOTICE. To TRAVEL the Ashburton District, the Thoroughbred Horse Tribune. For particulars and fees, apply to 762 c GROOM IN CHARGE. PURE IMPORTED CLYDESDALE STALLION Billy Fairplay. Billy Fairplay, bred by John Henderson, Esq., of Park, is a rich brown, peven years old, stands over 17 hands high, and got by the pure-bred Clydesdale stallion The Gentleman (328), and he was got by that unprecedented stallion Prince of Wales (673), which Mr Lawrence Drew purchased from Mr David Riddell at L 1,500. The Gentleman gained the Dalkeith premium ot LIOO, and the Dumfriesshire premium of LIOO, and was afterwards sold, to go abroad, at a very high figure. Billy Fairplay’s dam, a first-cass brood mare, was got by Campia (119), who gained the Glasgow premium two years in succession, also third at the Highland Society at Edinburgh, and was afterwards sold to the Emneror of Austria at a very high figure. Billy Fairplay will Stand at Grove Farm, Tinwald, and will Travel the Ashburton and surrounding districts. Terms, £4 4s, payable by acceptance, to mature Ist day of March, 1882. Al’owance to bona fide owners of four mares Jr more, 10s a mare. £0 6s guaranteed ; groomage, ss, payable at first service. For particulars, apply to JOHN CARTER, Or Groom in charge. E.B.—For further particulars, see Clydesdale Stud Book. 714 c gT U D NOTIC E. To TRAVEL the Ashburton District, the Imported Draught Horse Muir Lad. For particulars and fees, apply <o 751 c GROOM IN CHARGE. W. T. Davison, Fruiterer, and greengrocer, &c., &c., tenders his beat thanks to his Customers and Friends for the liberal support accorded him during the past three years, and wishes to intimate to his Friends and the Public of Ashburton that he has RE-COM-MENCED BUSINESS in the Front Shop of the Town Hall, next door to his old shop, and lately occupied by J, Mooar. Fresh Vegetables. Fruit and Confectionery. Orders left at the shop will be delivered with despatch. Old

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 507, 13 December 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 507, 13 December 1881

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