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Izfehsitz OiGAßa.—At the Lyttelton E.M. Court yesterday, before Mr Joseph Beswick, 8.M., W. H. Clark was charged with smuggling ashore four boxes of cheroots from the ship Phasis which had not paid duty. Defendant pleaded ghilty, and stated that he was simply ' taking the cheroots from the ship to the ’ B.S. Te Anan, to which ship he belonged, ;Ahd'wah unaware that he was doing , ■' 'The Bench said there wai no Sther cbhrse bat to impose a penalty of •M2: The defendant said he would pay ! fife money. The cigars had been given tohim by a friend on board the Phasis uhd' his fellow shipmates’ , ,At}hßnn% Kemelies.-—Towards the fall of the I'year countless work to . lower the . mat-, which will be followed, by" sH : h'ealth unless proper means be ' / evil. Holloway’s fara faultless remedy internal . complaints i'tiamMtdd-f^.wlfli 1 changes of season. All i Sections’ ’Of roughness, blotches, pamptes, superficial and'deep-seated inflamma- ; thmL’ervsipelat, fhetuuatic pains, and gouty j] JP ! the exalted virtues of pfiofloWky’s Ointment and Pills ;• which will Slliiffiict happy revolution in the patient’s conthough the symptoms ofhis disorder obstinately withstood the i?SfejEfßs*fe»f3itea3e-W sabdus ths-n.—Adv • ■■ am i i l -J

ilf ii.' Meetings. s?*** ■Dllit. SOCIETY. d MontliJy MEETING of the above jiwfli be held on TUESDAY, January 10; AiVS' ££m* t At Mr Harrison’s Auctipn Boi tineas —Arrangements concerning collecting Annual Subscription, of a Paper by Mr Davison, and other bnsineait. 8. B. POYNTZ, i 670 d Hon. Sec. 0 :E. - MEETING OF FARMERS I AMD OTHERS. j At' the request of several Farmers, I I’ thereby call a meeting of persons interested ji> r the, Grain Traffic on the Ashburton :!{Pork» .Railway. The meeting to be L:. held at.Mcssra Morgan and Hibb’s Store, tb'Methven, On WEDNESEAY, the 11th. '", instant, at +• p f m., to consider the question jg'jjrf drawing Upa Memorial to the railway " — x, jorities for the better regulation of the *vi uto umici icguiaiiifu ui mo jflHfimm .Jifft- ' fii the stations on this : ‘ ■ wif

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 528, 7 January 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 528, 7 January 1882

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