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The “ Green-Eyed Monstee. ” —On Monday week last a most romantic suicide ■was committed at Glendore Station in Southland, the self-destroyer being a you!ag man named Charles Rhodes. Deceased had been courting the servant-girl at flhe station, and got into a frenzy of jealousy because she was escorted home from a ball by another swain. However, he pretended to make friends again, and, on Monday evening, he went for a walk with her. On their way home he pulled a phial out of his pocket, put some of its contents into a lemonade bottle of water, shook it up, and took a drink of the mixture. He then several times invited his; sweetheart to have a drink, but she declined. Presently he fell down, and was a dead man in a few minutes. The post mortem examination showed that he had died from a dose of strychnine. He had evidently intended that the young woman should perish with him, but she fortunately declined to touch the poison, though at the time she had no notion what it was. Holloway’s Ointment and Pills combine both sanitive and sanative powers in a high degree—by the former term is understood their ability to preserve health, by the latter their capability to restore health. With these remedies at hand no invalid need be at fault to guide himself or herself safely through the many trials to which everyone is subjected during our long and ofttimes inclement winters. Coughs, colds, ulcerated throats, diptheria, whooping cough, can he successfully treated by well rubbing this Ointment upon the chest, and by taking the Pills. During damp foggy weatherasthmatical sufferers will experience the utmost possible relief from the inunction of the ointment on all tenderchested persons will save endless misery by adopting this treatment—[Advt.]

AmusementsrpOWN HALL, ASHBURTON. 1 WEDNESDAY. FEB. i, 1882. BENEFIT TO MR CHAS. BOURK. \ The Ashburton Dramatic Club will produce on the above date, for the benefit of Mr C. Bourk, a sufferer by the recent fire at his residence, the Laughable Farces “DOING MY UNCLE” AND “ THE DEAD SHOT.” Furniture kindly lent by Mr John Meech, of Burnett street. The performance will be under the patronage of His Worship the Mayor and jßorough Councillors of Ashburton, Officers and Members of the Fire Brigade, Officers and Members of the Court Star of Ashburton, A.0.0.F.; Officers and Members of the Star of the East Lodge, 1.0.G.T. ; Officers and Members of the ;Dawn of Peace Lodge, 1.0.G.T.; and the iOfficers and Men of the Ashburton Rifle iVoluntecrs. Prices of admittance—3s, 2s ; children, half-price. Tickets to be had at The Guardian Office and the principal shops in Ashburton. Reserved seats ■to be had of Mr Davison and Mr Randell, Town Hall. Doors open at 7.15 ; commence 8 sharp. 6l7d SECOND PERFORMANCE of the above will be gb'en in aid of the Club on the FOLLOWING NIGHT (Feb. 2 ) Prices as usual. 680 d Gazette in Bankruptcy. y. OTIOB — The Ashburton Guardian b a Gazette for all notices undtr the Debtors and Creditors A rtf OTIOE TO FARMERS. The undersigned are PURCHASERS * of all descriptions of GRAIN delivered at 1 >their warehouses in Lyttelton, Timaru; ■Oamsru and Ashburton, or at any other ; station. I d r .'„ P„ CUNNINGHAM & CO., ‘ ' ■ ~Christchur<sh.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 546, 28 January 1882

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