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A lady put her watch under her pillow the other night, but couldn’t keep it there because it disturbed her s'eep. And there all the time was her bed ticking right underneath her, and she never thought of that. Holloway’s Pills. Liver Complaints.—The digestion cannot be so seriously disordered without the derangement being perceptible on the countenance, These pills prevent both unpleasant consequences ; they improve the appetite and wi(h the increase of desire for food, they augment the powers of digestion and assimilation in thh stomach. Holloways Pills deal htoit' satisfactorily with deranged or diseased Conditions of the many organs engaged in extiactingnourishment for our bodies from our various diets—as the liver, stomach, and bowels, over all of which they exercise the most salutary control. By resorting at an early stage of this malady to these purifiying and laxative Pills, the dyspeptic is speedily restored to health and strength, and his sallowness gradually vanishes.—[AdvL]

New Advertisements. WANTED KNOWN—LAST WEEK. : The American Gem Studio will CLOSE on SATURDAY, 29th inst. Portraits Is per dozen. Opposite the Mail office. jl 17 TENDERS are invited for PLOUGHING 190 Acres of Stubble and 66 Acres of Tussock Land. ii-Tenders '• to be sent in on or before SATURDAY next, July 22nd. For particulars apply to D. MacLEAN, jl 17 La gmhor. T OST, a Black and Tan Sheep DOG, I y With registered collar on (No. 838). Finder will receive a reward of LI on returning same to owner; or anyone detaining K f He ’dog after this date will be prosecuted! ‘ Apply for address. Office of this fojjer. . jH7 F UNREAL NOTICE. The friends of Mr William Mitchell, aifeiu; respectfully informed that the FUNERAL of his late daughter Nellie Sophia will leave his residence, Tancred street, TO-MORROW (Tuesday) at 2 o’clock. s , GEO. PARKIN, Undertaker. PR O S P B O TUS I* OF THE ASHBURTON STOCK AND COUNTY S'ALEYARDS COMPANY, Limited (To be incorporated under the Joint Stock Companies Act, 183 .) CAPITAL £6,000, IN 600 SHARES OF £lO EACH. Provisional Dikectoes : Messrs T. Bullock, O. Percy Cox, J. Carter, R. Friedlander, J. Grigg, C. Harper, O. Jameson, J. E. Trevor, H. T. Winter. Bankers: The Union Bank of Australia, Limited.

. . Skcektabt, pro tem.: * i<! George Jameson. It proposed to form the above Company for the purpose of providing sufficient yard accommodation for the Sale of Sheep, Cattle, and other Stock, the present yards being quite insufficient for the constantly increasing requirements of the trade. The Company therefore purpose to take over the present County Saleyards and enlarge them, or to erect now ones. It is further intended to erect suitable yards on the South side of the Ashburton. From the great increase in tlio stock brought forward, since the erection of tho •County Saleyards. and from the fact of tho Christchurch Saleyards Company now paying equal to 18 pov cent., the Provisional Directors confidently anticipate ] that the above will shortly prove a most remunerative undertaking, and the promoters desire 10 enlist the sympathy and co-operation of as many persons interested in stock in tho district as possible. Applications for Shares will be received up to 15th August ; os will be payable on application, 5s on allotment, 10s per Share three months after allotment, and, if found necessary, calls of 10s per share will bo made at intervals of not less than , three I ;months. At present it is not in* - tended to call up more than £2 10a per .Share,* .1 ,i:, - jl 17

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 689, 17 July 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 689, 17 July 1882

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