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A hatter in Regent street asked Charles Matthews once for an order for the theatre. He gave it him, and the next day cent to the hatter an “order” entitling the bearer to a hat. The hatter handed over the hat to the bearer, but ever since has found it more economical to pay for his seat. Holloway’s Pills.—The changes of fern perature and weather frequently upset persons who are most careful of their health, and most particular in their diets. These corrective, purifying, and gentle aperient Pills are the best remedy for all defective actions of the digestive organs; they augment the appetite, strengthen the stomach, correct biliousness, and carry off all that is noxious from the system. Holloway’s Pills are composed of rare balsams, uumixed with baser matter, and on that account are peculiarly well adapted for the young, delicate, and aged. As this peerless medicine has gained fame in the past, so will it preserve it in the future by itsrenovatingandinvigoratingqualities and its incapacity of doing harm.—[Advt.]

New Advertisements. WANTED KNOWN—That the best place to get Short Firewood and the best Coals (delivered) is from Hayes’ Coal and Wood Yard, East street. 6b9 e WANTED Known—The late Proprietress of the A 1 Restaurant has Removed to those new and commodious premises -of Mr Quill’s, Wills street, now called the London Dining Rooms, adjoining Elz Bros., Coach Builders, and to cope with dull times she is now offering BOARD and LODGING at IBs .per week; BOARD only, 13s. Meals at all hours. 653 e ffIEN SHILLINGS REWARD. ' LOST, one Chestnut Draught HORSE; collar marked, lump on near arm. The above reward will be given to any person that will give information that will lead id its recovery. TAYLOR & LEE, 668 e Scavengers. F O R S E A Four-roomed COTTAGE, with Outhouses, in Havelock street, on the Belt. Apply to James Leonard, on the property. ’ 666 e

IMPOUNDED, at Fouth Eakaia, May 1;. 29th, from Bushy Park road, one old Bay MARK (Draught) ; collar marked, a lamp on her near knee, also on her off rite ; shod on front feet. Also, one Bay npi.niNft (Light Draught or Trap Borae); shod all round, small star on forehead. If not released by Juno 14th they will be sold at noon. GEO. SHELLOCK, (f@7e Poundkeepcr. wis A SBBURTON COUNTY > COUNCIL. .EXTRAORDINARY VACANCIES. hereby declare the following gentlebding the'only Candidates Nomi> jj tp'W diily Elected Members of the ’ County Council for their re - itoa&asf feTAYLOR.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 654, 5 June 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 654, 5 June 1882

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