The Plbasuhes of Football One of the Timaru team of footballers named Craig, in the match with Oamaru on Saturday had his hip dislocated by earning into collision with another player. He had to be taken to the hospital. On. in Heavy Seas. —The New Zealand Times (Wellington) of Tuesday contains the following interesting paragraph relative to the use of oil in heavy sens “The Lucy and James, from Pelorous Sound, arrived in harbor early yesterday morning for shelter, and experienced some very rough weather in the Strait. When within fifteen miles of the Heads, the j seas were rolling along like mountains, and considerable fear was entertained by those; on board. The master, however, was equal to the occasion, and having a supply of colza oil on board, determined to try the experiment, ordering some of the fluid to be thrown overboard. As each large sea was seen approaching the little craft, oil was thrown on the troubled waters. The effect, Captain Holst reports, was almost magical. Instead of the ! seas breaking they merely rolled under- ■ neath the little craft, which rode out the dangerous sea like a duck on the pond. Holloway’s Ointment and Pills. : Though it is impossible, in this climate of Ranging temperature, to prevent ill-health altogether, yet its form and frequency may be . much mitigated by the early adoption of remedial measures. When hoarseness, cough, thick breathing, and the attending slight fever indicate- irritation of the throat and chest, Holloway’s .Ointment should be rubbed upon these parts without delay, and his Pills taken in appropriate doses, to promote its curative ' action. No catarrhs or sore throats can resist ' these remedies. Printed directions envelope " 'every package of Holloways medicaments which are suited to all ages and conditions ■ - • and to every ordinary disease to which humanity is liable.—Advt.
New Advertisements. WANTED— A BOY, about 13 or 14, to look after horse, clean boots, knives, &c. Apply, Andeewes Bros.’ Servants Registry Office, East st South. ANTED TO PURCHASE—A HORSE, suitable for a trap; must be quiet and staunch. Apply to Isaac Sabgemt. 823 e “ISON for Fowls will be laid on Section No. 11, N.E. Belt, after this date. —George Millar. WAKAA MEETING of those interested in the Establishment of a WESLEYAN CHURCH at Wakanui will be held at Mr Lsadlet’s residence TO-MORROW (Tuesday) Evening at 7.30. , at which the Rev. 0. I I. Standage and Circuit Stewards will be in attendance.
IMPOUNDED —From Croxby, June 12th, one Bay heavy Draught MARE no brands visible ; shod all round. I not released on or before the 27th inst. trill be Bold to defray expenses. SHBURTON COUNTY COUNCIL ASHBIRTON RIDING. i- . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha the holding of the Court to hear an; .v OBJECTIONS there may be to th ELECTORAL ROLL, of tho above Rid tag, has been POSTPONED from 23r X 1 'in At., J t6l O' a.' m. on EBIDAY, the 30t that., inconsequence .of the accident t the Clerk'of the,Longbeach Road Board. . I . . rtfti ;,X.DE£WICK, I)natrl/knf Ma/riaffAfo 825 e W. B. COMPTON, Poundkeeper, Methven. June 23rd, 1832. Resident Magistrate. 6 23rd, 1832. 324
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 672, 26 June 1882
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 672, 26 June 1882
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