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Tho volume which Mr Murray announces of sermons on special occasions preached by the late Dean of Westminster in the Abbey will include the discourses occasioned by the deaths of Lord Palmerston, Charles Dickens, Canon Kingsley, the Princess Alice, Carlyle, Lord Beaconsfield, and others. “ A friend of mine,” a correspondent writes to Truth , “recently entered a barber’s shop in Spa, and in the course of conversation enquired of the proprietor whether it was a good season. ‘No sir,’ replied the man ; ‘ not that there is any falling off in the number of visitors, but they, are mostly ladies, and do not require shaving.’ The latest joke about King Kalakaua of the Sand wich Islands is that he cannot help being a good man. The reason assigned is that his ancestors ate so much missionary in their time that it worked into their system, and was transmitted to their descendants. Missionaries who are eaten are, after all, not wasted it would appear. Holloway’s Pills.— The chiefest wonder of modern 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 abißty to remove all 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. TJje 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, i [AdvL]

•New Advertisements. IST o T C E 'All DEBTS DUE in the Bankrupt Estate of James Begg, Blacksmith, Tinwald, must be PAID to Robinson and TownsHEND, Grain Merchants, Ashburton, on or before the 12th AUGUST, or legal proceedings win be taken without further notice. 3* 28 -|l/J-OUNT SOMERS ROAD BOARD. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCIES. I hereby .give notice that NOMINATIONS for TWO MEMBERS for the Mount Somers Road Board, to fill the vacancies caused by the resignations of Messrs Duncan Cameron and Phillip Tisch, will be received at the Road Board Office, Mount Somers, until noon of MONDAY, 7th August, 1882. Nomination Forms can be obtained at the Road Board Office, Mount Somers. C. J. WENTWORTH COOKSON, Returning Officer for the Mount jl2B Somers District. WITHOUT RESERVE. RAKAIA. R DA VIES & CO. have received in- , structions from W. Learmouth to dispose of his well-kmwn lot of HUNTING STOCK At their Monthly Sale on THURSDAY, AUGUST 3rd. PRESENT ENTRIES—--5 Hunting Hacks 1 Draught Filly 50 Store Pigs 3 Cows Farm Produce, etc. On account of the South Rakaia Road Board— Balance of Blue Gum Saplings at the Plantation. Sale of Saplings at 12 o’clock. Stock, etc., at 2 o’clock. R. DAVIES & CO. il2B Auctioneers.

X * n OHIESBT LODGE. The Regular Monthly MEETING of this Lodge will be held THIS (Friday) EVENING, at 7.30, in the Hall, Tancred street. Visiting Brethren invited* By order of the W.M., . JOHN DAVISON, 28jl ' Hon. Sec.

Amusements. jyj- u., i__ o. o. f. , THE ANNIVERSARY | OP THE LOYAL WATERTON LODGE Will be celebrated on THURSDAY, 24th AUGUST, With a TEA, CONCERT, AND BALL. Tea on the table from 6 to 8 o’clock. Admission —Single Ticket, 2a 6d ; Double Ticket, 4a 6d ; children under 14 years half price. Tenders. mBNDERS WANTED. For PLOUGHING, HARROWING, ROLLING and SOWING with Grass Seed, about 800 Acres at South Rakaia. For specifications and particulars, apply to the undersigned, to whom also tenders must be sent before AUGUST Ist, 1882. WM. L. ALLAN, Acton Station, . j!26 South Rakaia. Money. MONEY TO LEND, on Freehold Security, in Sums to suit borrowers. Apply to MR C. W. PURNELL, Solicitor, 7gg e East street, Ashburton. TTIHE GUARDIAN is on every Tea *- .Table in Ashburton. F OR READY MONEY. 450 yards Black Patent Velvet, usual fica, 5s 6d, now selling at 2s 9d, at W. Alcorn’s Surplus Sale. 176 Jjsdiea’ Velvet Hats, Satin-lined, now ;; ' splHntfat la, at 8. W. Alcorn’s Surand’Ohildfeh’s Black Straw 6w sailing at Is and Is fid, at aglli CHEAP SALE.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 700, 28 July 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 700, 28 July 1882

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