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, rfqLLCTvVAY’s Pills. 'Liver', Complaints.—The digestion ; cannot be long ,so seriously disordered without the derangement being ’ perceptible on the countenance. ' ¥hde : pills prevent both unpleasant consciences ; they improve the appetite and with the I‘increase of desire for food, _ they augment the powers of digestion and assimilation ih~ the stomach. Holloways, Pills deal most satisfactorily with deranged or diseased conditions of the many organs engaged in extracting nourishment for our bodies | from our various diets—as the liver, stomach, and bowels, over all of .which they enerejse: the most salutary control'. By resorting at an early stage of this ma'ady to these purifiying and laxative Pills, the dyspeptic is speedily restored to health-and strength, and his sallowness gradually vanishes.—[Advt.]

Meetings. UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. The ANNUAL MEETING of RATEPAYERS of this Road District will take place on FRIDAY, the 6th of January, 1882, at the Road Board Office, at one o’clock p.m., for purpose ®f giving a Statement of Accounts and Expenditure, and the general working of the Board, for'thb" past year. The District being now sub-divided into Wards, as gazetted, the Members go out of office, but are eligible for re-elec-tion. Nominations for a Member for each Ward will take place immediately after the meeting. Should a POLL be demanded (in any case), it will be held on FRIDAY, the 13th January, 1882, as follows :—' No. 1 Ward—Road Board Office No. 2 Ward—Westevfield School No. 3 Ward —Ashburton Forks Schoolroom No. 4 Ward—Woolshed, Winchmore No. 5 Ward—Saunder’s Mill DONALD McLEAN; 1 490 d Chairman.

jyj'OUNT HUTT ROAD BOARD. The ANNUAL MEETING of Ratepayers will be held at the Road Board; Office, Methven, at 11 a.m. on THURSDAY, the sth day of January, 1882, to. Elect Two Members ig the place of Edward Chapman and John Avis Pannett, who retire by rotation, but who are eligible for re-election. Nominations will, be received up to 12 o’clock noon. A Poll, 1 if demanded, will be taken on Wednesday, the 11th January, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., at Schoolhouse, Barrhill, and at the Road Board Office, Methven. !! W. B. COMPTON, 402 d ' Returning Officer. •jyj-OUNT SOMERS ROAD DISTRICT The ANNUAL MEETING of RATEPAYERS will be held at the Road Board Office, Mount Somers, at 11 (Eleven) a.m. on THURSDAY, the sth day of January, 1882. After the Election of Two Members will take place to fill the vacant seats of Messrs J. E. Taylor and A. E. Peache,, who retire by ballot, but who are eligible for re-election. A poll, if demanded, will take place the same day, and close at 4 p. m. C. J. WENTWORTH COOKSON, Returning Officer for the Mount Somers ( 384 d Road District. ‘ Amusements. WAKANUI SCHOOL.—Mr Phillip McGuire will give a CONCERT of singing and music on THURSDAY Week. Admission., Is. Doors open 7 ; performance to commence at 8. _ Lost. STRAYED— A Dark Bay GELDING, about 15.1, droop quarter ; no visible brand. Last seen going in the Seafield direction. Finder will be rewarded, on returning to Dr Murdoch, Ashburton 488 d £1 R E W R D.

Lost, Stolen, or Strayed a fortnight ago—One Black Cob HORSE, branded NCP on shoulder; split off ear, white hind foot, white star on forehead. When lost had a neck strap on. Any person detaining the same horse after t,hip date will be prosecuted. Finder will receive the above reward by returning the same to JAMES HESELTINE, 457 d Saddler, Tinwald. Late Advertisements. X ONGBEACH ROAD BOARD. WARD No, 1. •„ Gentlemen— In compliance with the requests of many of my fellow electors I beg respectfully to intimate that it is my intention to ask your suffrages at the forthcoming election for a member of this Board. Yours sincerely, 497 d J. S. HOUSTON. "(71 OR SALE CHEAP. One HARVESTER and BINDER (wire and string complete) by W. A. Woods,, In first rate order ; new last season. P. & D. DUNCAN, 495 d Ashburton. fjp END E E FOR HARVESTING. Tenders are invited for Reaping, Stocking, and Stacking 220 ACRES of WHEAT and 20 ACRES of OATS, situated at Dromore. Tenders to be sent to our Office not later than SATURDAY, January 7th. 496 d MATSON, COX & CO.

Public Notices. Q ATHOLIC CHURCH. The Eight Eev. Francis Redwood, D.D., will LAY the FOUNDATION: STONE of the NEW CHURCH ofi the Holy Name of Jesus, on January 2ilnd, 1882 EDMUND COFFEY, M. A. Mass will he celebrated in Rakaiai on Sunday, January Bth, at 11 o’clock. 493 d Mount somers road district. • TO MR EDWARD BRINON COOPER, Sib., —We, the undersigned Ratepayers, do respectfully request you to allow yourself to be nominated as a CANDIDATE, at the forthcoming Election, and, if you: comply with our request, we hereby pledge ourselves to do our best, to secure your return. (Signed) ! PETER PETERSON i T. E. TvI'RAE i , r . W. T. SMITH 1 DUNCAN M'LEOD, j And 20 others. Dec. 20, 1881. 1 To Messrs Peterson, Mcßae, Smith, and McLeod, and 20 others signing the Requisition— I have much pleasure in allowing myself to be nominated as a Candidate lor the Mount Somers Road Board, and if ireturned, will do my best for the district! (Signed) ; f; _ EDWARD B. OOOPERj Mount Somers, J i hi is Deo, 30th ’ .uiwuioiii. *

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 524, 3 January 1882

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