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Holloway's Pills.—Weary of Life Derangement of the liver is one of the mos dangerous of, diseases, and the most prolific source of those melancholy iorebodings which art worse than death itself. A few doses of these noted Pills act magically in dispelling low spirits, and repelling the covert attacks made on the nerves by excessive heat, impure atmos* pheres, over-indulgence, or exhausting excitement. The most shattered constitution may derive benefit from Holloway’s Pills, which will regulate disordered action, brace the nerves, increase the energy of the intellectual faculties, and revive the failing memory. By attentively studying the instructions for taking these Pills, and explicitly putting them in practice, the most desponding will soon feel confident of a perfect recovery.—[Advt.

TOWN KDJLTJON. [lssued at 4.36 p.m.] New Advertisements. "ANTED, a Strong BOY, must be , , able to milk, and drive a cart. Apply, Thos. Paynter, Aahton. ‘TXT ANTED KNOWN—That Kingston VV and Steel’s Berlin Wool and Fancy Repository is the Cheapest House in tbwn for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Havelock street. 18d CHRISTMAS Thee and Sale of Fancy Goods TO-NIGHT and TOMORROW, at the Primitive Methodist Church. Admission Is, which entitles visitors' to an equivalent value from the Tree. OTICE TO TENDERERS. The TENDER of Messrs Grice and Jansen is Accepted for cutting Rye Grass at Lagmhor. DONALD McLEAN, Lagmhor. UNITED TEMPERANCE DEMONSTRATION. All ACCOUNTS owing by the Committee of the above must be rendered to the Secretary by noon on FRIDAY, 22nd Dec., and a MEETING of the Delegates is Convened for 8 o’clock of the same evening, when every Delegate is requested to attend and pay up. S. E. POYNTZ, JBd . Hon. Sec, T OST—A SPLIT RING with two i-J Coins attached and a Locket and Watch Key, between the Prince Albert Boarding-house and the Town Hall, on Saturday evening last. Finder will be rewarded on returning same to Office of this Paper. IBd

SPECIAL ENTRY SATURDAY’S SALE, 23kd DEC., 1882. SSRS MATSON, COX, & CO. will TATTERS ALL’S, West fctreet, Ashburton, ’ The undermentioned Farm Stock, McComiick Reaper an<) Binder (first class) Superior Farm Dray Double-furrow Plough Bay Draught Major'S years (any trial) Plough and D*fiy Harness Etc., Etc. After which our usual sale of COWS' PIGS POULTRY HORSES , ; AND SUNDRIES Will take place. Sale at 11.30. MATSON, COX, & CO. FOB Sell as above at Viz. IBd Auctioneers.

STAB OF ASHBURTON LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 23. Grand Concert, BOXING DAY EVENING, DEC 26xh, IK TUB TOWN HALL, ASHBURTON, In aid of the New Orange Hall Building ' ' Fund. The Programme will comprise Glees, Solos, Instrumental Music, Elocutionary Pieces, and Highland Dancing, by the following ladies and gentlemen:— Sbpnkttos*: Mrs Craighead and Miss ‘ Sinclair. Alti : Mrs Dunk and Miss G. Gates. ' ■■ r ' Tenor :Mr Piischel. Baritones : Mr Branson and Mr Habbi- - 7- :? . "son, ORCHESTRA. Violin:. Mr H. Permain; Cornet: Mr G. ; Hoskins; Flute: Mr Dunn; Double j Basa * Mr Uter Hoskins; Violoncello; Mr H. Gates; Piano: Mirs Gates. Conductor: Mr H. A. Gates. Elocutionist: Mr R. Minnie; Champion Highland Dancers : Mr James Murray, Dunedin; Mr J. W. Mcßae and Master Donald Mcßae, Ashburton; Piper: Mr D. Campbell, late of the 42nd Black Watch. Doors open at Half-past 7; Concert at 8. Tickets— 3s, 2s, and Is. A BALL Wfll. follow the Concert, and an efficient String Band has been engaged. d!8 SU MME R FLOWER , SHOW. SPECIAL PRIZE of 5s for the Best Collection .of Dianthus, given by Mr Revans. Special entry required. Also,, a Special Prize of 10s for the largest Prize Taker in the Fruit and Vegetables Classes combined. Given by a professional .. t-; a : S. E. POYETZ, Hon. Sec. e, HRISTMAS ANNOUNCEMENT ! DIMA NT & COE, or VICTORIA HOUSE, ,~, East street socxh, Wish to draw special attention to theii Large and New Stock of * CHRISTMAS LINES, Consisting of all the Latest Fashions ant Novelties for the approaching Festiv Season—Just Landed at Timaru, e: Seatoller, from London direct. Prices as usual. Victoria House, East street south, Ashburton. 18

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 821, 18 December 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 821, 18 December 1882

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