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New Shoeing Forge at Tinwald.— -It is notified elsewhere, that a new shoeing forge has been opened at Tinwald, opposite Mr Jephson’s timber yards, where general blacksmith business will be carried on in all its branches. Mr James Begg is the manager. The Ashbepton Magistracy. — The Timaru Herald of to-day says, in reference to the above :—We observe that there are great complaints at Ashburton about the scant attention given to the work of the Court there by the Resident Magistrate. It is urged, and not without reason, that a flying visit once a week by the Resident Magistrate from Timaru, is not sufficient to keep pace with the amount of judicial business to be disposed of in a flourishing commercial town like Ashburton. Justices’ justice, it appears, is highly appreciated there, but the people feel they are getting rather too much of a good thing. The Justices, moreover, are unable to deal with much of the civil business, and thus the work accumulates, suitors and witnesses are put to great inconvenience and loss, and, in many cases, serious injustice is the result. As far as wo can gather, no blame is attached to the Resident Magistrate; but it is held that he cannot do properly the work that has to be done, as long as he has to hold Courts in five different places, from twelve to eighty miles apart, and to spend < the greater part of his time in a railway carriage. The public of Ashburton have, , we think, a substantial grievance ; and the public of Timaru are by no means ] without an interest in it. The altogether unreasonadle demands that are made on the Resident Magistrate’s time and I energies by the existing arrangements, are telling heavily on the business of the Court here. We have far too much Justices’ justice, and yet the work remaining for the Resident Magistrate is not at all satisfactorily got through. It is a poor sort of economy to try to make one judicial officer do the work of two. Holloway’s Ointment and Pilis.—Glad Tidings. Some constitutions have tendency to rheumatism, and are through the year home down by its protracted torture . Let such sufferers bathe the afflicted | parts with warm brine, and afterwards rub in this soothing Ointment. They will find it the best means of lessening their agony, and, - assisted by Holloway’s Pills, the surest way of ( overcoming their disease. More need not be * said than to request a few days’ trial of the safe and soothing treatment, by which the disease will ultimately be completely swept j away. Pains that would make a giant shudder ■ are assuaged without difficulty by Holloway’s easy and inexpensive remedies, which comfort by moderating the throbbing vessels and calm- ' ing the excited nerves.—Advt

New AdvertisementsWANTED General SERVANT. Apply, Mrs Spaeeow, Cameron street vest. TO LET, with immediate possession, House of five rooms in Tancred 1 street. T, BULLOCK, ! LOST, on Sunday last, between Ashburton and Greenstreet Schoolroom, a Parcel of Wesleyan HYMN BOOKS. Finder will oblige by returning same to Mr Thompson, Greenstreet; or to H. M. 1 Jones, Bookseller, Ashburton. jl 20 Ashburton cheese and BUTTER FACTORY COMPANY. NOTICE TO FARMERS. The Directors of the above, whilst unable to fix any stated price they will be prepared to give for Milk delivered at the Factory on us opening, are determined to give the very Highest Price possible compatible with the production of the manufactured article at a fair prodt to the Company. Farmers in the locality would beat consult their own interests by becoming Shareholders in the Company, thus ensuring not only the price going for their Milk, but also a further return in the profit derived from the sale of the manufactured article. S. E. POYNTZ, jl 20 Secretary. TUESDAY, 25th JULY. Messrs Robert wilkin & co. have received instructions from the Ashburton Borough Council, to Sell by Public Auction at the STORES OF MESSRS JAMESON AND ROBERTS, West street, On the above date, FIVE IMMIGRANT S’ Cottages, As they now stand on the Council’s Reserves. For particulars as to date of removal, etc., apply to jl 20 JAMESON & ROBERTS. IJIINWALD SHOEING FORGE The New Shop on the Great South road (opposite Mr Jephson’s Timber Yard) is now OPEN, where a GENERAL BLACKSMITH'S BUSINESS will be carried on in all its Branches. All work done in a first-class style, and at very reasonable charges. Fifteen per cent, deducted for cash, or ten per cent, on two months’ accounts. Shoeing, 6a and upwards for cash. The celebrated Sellars’ Mouldboards put on to any make of Plough, and guaranteed to give satisfaction. JAMES BEGG, jl 20 Manager. ianj— —mi— m nnwi m-w.iruagMi-m.imama Meetings. RACING CLUB. The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the above will be held at Quill’s Hotel, on FRIDAY, July 21, at 8 p.m. Business : To receive the Balance-sheet, Elect Officers for ensuing season, consider advisability of holding a Spring Meeting, and other business that may be introduced by members. J. C. BELL, jl 14 Sec. A. R. Club.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 693, 20 July 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 693, 20 July 1882

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