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Holloway’s Pills. —The chiefest wonder of modem times.—This incomparable medicine increases the appetite, strengthens the stomach, cleanses the liver, corrects biliousness, prevents "flatulency, purifes the system, invigorates the nerves, and re-instates sound health. The enormous demand for these Pills throughout the globe astonishes everybody, and a single trial convinces the most sceptical that no medicine equals Holloway’s Pills in its ability to remove tin complaints incidental to the human race They are a blessing to the afflicted, and a boon to all that labour under internal or external disease. The purification of the blood, removal of all restraint from the secretive organs, and gentle aperitive action are the prolific sources of the extensive curative range of Holloway’s Pills. : JAdvL] j

New Advertisements. L DOGS found on my premises after this date will be DESTROYED. MISS BRIDGET FITZGERALD is particularly requested to CALL at once at Messrs Andeewes Bros.’ Servants Registry Office, East street South. ZEALAND RAILWAYS. (Christchurch Section.) HUNT CLUB STEEPLECHASES CHRISTCHURCH, JULY 13th, 1882, FARES, All Ordinary Single Pare Tickets issued on 12th or 13th at any Station within the Provincial District of Canterbury will be available as Return Tickets for a week from date of issue. The ordinary Time Table will be altered as under on 13th July:— The Morning Train from Methven to Rakaia will run same as on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The Evening Train, Christchurch to Ashburton, will leave at 5.20 p.m. instead of at 425 p.m., and run 55 minutes later than usual throughout the journey. j The Evening Train, Rakaia to Methven, will be correspondingly later than usual. jUI J. Gordon, Butcher.

FRED. BACK, Traffic Manager. District Traffic Manager’s Office, Christchurch, July 10th, 1882, ASH BURTON C O D N T Y HUNT CLUB STEEPLECHASES, To ho held on the RACECOURSE, ASHBURTON, THURSDAY, 10th AUGUST, 1882. President—Mr E. G. Wright, M.H.R. Judge—Mr H. T. Winter, Clerk of the Course—Mr M, Winter. Clerk of the Shales—Mr J. C. Bell. Starter—Mr W; Simpson.; Handicappers—Messrs M. Stitt, H. T. Winter, and S. Saunders. Stewards —Messrs H. T. Winter, M, Stitt, S. Saunders, W. B. Denshire, E. G. Crisp, W. Simpson, and J. C. Bell. The first race to start at 12 noon. ■L The Hunt Club Cop (Handicap), value 16 bovs ; nomination, 1 sov ; acceptance, 1 sov, to go to the second horse. Two miles. 2. Maiden Steeplechase, for a piece of plate value 10 sovs ; weight for age ; . = nomination, 1 sov; for horses that ' have never started in an advertised race otherwise than Hack Races. < One mile and a half. 8. Farmers’ Steeplechase (Handicap), for r a piece of plate value 10 sovs; nomination, 10s fid ; acceptance, 10s fid. One mile and a half. 4. Tally-Ho Cup (Handicap), value 10 sovs; nomination, 10s fid ; acceptance, 10s fid. Horses to be ridden by • members who have never previously ridden in an advertised race. One - mile and a half. 5. Consolation Steeplechase (Handicap), for a piece of plate value 7 sovs; nomination, 10a fid ; acceptance, 10a fid.- For all beaten horses at the . meeting. One mile and a half. 6. A Drag Hunt round the Steeplechase course, will take place at the conclusion of the races.

Rules. All nominations must the Secretary at Quill’s than 9 p.m., on TDESI • 1882. Weights for Hunt published on SATUEDj 1882; and acceptances •Secretary not later th TUESDAY, Bth August, for alt other Handicaps -on the day of the races, most be made fifteen starting. All horses to be firstly, members of the Ashburt Club; secondly, ridden the Club, who have regu the A. G. H. C. Hounds been fairly hunted Hire A. 0. H. 0. Hounds dur The meeting to be ur ment of the Stewards, ;i on all points atfrcting - final. J. LLOYD C jlll

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 685, 11 July 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 685, 11 July 1882

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