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The Woodstock Rush. The West Coast Times of yesterday reports that the party of Canterbury boys who had previously very bad luck, are now getting half an ounce to the load. The whole field is paying well, although, as on every f oldfield, there are a certain number of offers. The weather until the last few days has been so very bad, that outdoor work has been almost at a standstill. It is now very fine, but bitterly cold. Holloway s Ointment and Pills.— Diseases of the Bowels.—A remedy, which has been tested and proved in a thousand different ways, capable of eradicting poisonous taints from ulcers and healing them up,_ merits a trial of its capacity for extracting the internal corruptions from the bowels. On rubbing Holloway’s Ointment repeatedly on the abdomen a rash appears, and as it thickens the alvine irritability subsides. Acting as a derivative, this unguent draws to the* surface, releases the tender intestines from all acrid matters, and prevents inflammation, dysentery, and piles, for which blistering was the oldfashioned, though successful treatment, now from its painfulness fallen into disuse, the discovery of this Ointment having proclaimed a remedy possessing equally derivative, yet. t>erfectly painless powers.—[Advt.]

New Advertisements. fTTANTED—A good General SERW VANT for Reefton, West Coast. Wages £1 a week. Apply, Office of this Paper. j!25 WASTE D—Someone to JOIN Advertisers in a BACHELORS’ ESTABLISHMENT. Player of Poker and Piano preferred. Address, “Bachelor,” Office of this Paper. TO LET—At a low rental, SHOP and DWELLING-HOUSE combined, in Moore street. T. BULLOCK. Ashburton library BUILDING FUND. POPULAR CONCERT AND ENTERTAINMENT. TOWN HALL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26th, 1882. Programme. Mr Ward’s Address. L Duett, Piano—Mr and Miss Fish. 2. Part song—Si. Stephen’s Choir. 3. Song—Miss Kidd. 4 Recitation—Mr Minnis. 6. Sung—Mr Simpson. 6. Piano and Violin—Mr and Miss Permain. 7. Song—Mr Gerald D. Branson. 8. Part song—St. Stephen’s Choir. 9. Song—Mr H. Gates. 10. Solo, Piano—Miss Kidd. 11. Seng—Mr Gerald D. Branson. 12. Song (Comic) —Mr H. Gates. To conclude with the Farce, “BETSY BAKER,” By the Amateur Dramatic Club.

Tickets, 2s and Ls each. jl 25 SATURDAY, JULY 29. MR THOMAS BULLOCK will offer for Sale on Saturday next, at the Horse Bazaar, at 1 p.xn., 1 HORSE, BUGGY, and HARNESS. THOMAS BULLOCK, jl 26 Auctioneer. THOMPSON’S FARM, COUNTY SALEYARDS. The Undersigned desires to intimate to persons attending the County Saleyards that he has PADDOCK ACCOMMODATION for Cattle, Sheep, etc., and any stock committed to his care will receive every attention, and at Reasonable Bates, jl 26 THOMAS MYNETT JONES. Gazette in Bankruptcy. V. R. OTICE— The Ashburton Guardian (b a Gazette for all notices under the Debtors and Creditors .Art* IN the District Court of Ashburton, Holden at Ashburton. In the matter, of the Debtors and Creditors Act, 1876, and the Acts amending the same, and of the bankruptcy of EDWARD JAMES BRUGES COLLINS, of Newlands, Schoolmaster, a debtor. Notice is hereby given that application of behalf of the above-named debtor will be made to the above honorable Coart, on SATURDAY, the sth day of • August next, or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, for an order of discharge to be granted to the said debtor. Dated this 24th day of July, 1882. GERALD D. BRANSON, Solicitor for the debtor.

Amusements. fJIHB ALFORD FOREST AND MOUNT SOMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SOIREE will be held on FRIDAY, July 28, at the Single Tree School. Proceeds in aid of the Church Ppnda, Tea at 6 o’clock. j 124

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 697, 25 July 1882

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